Newly sworn in President Joe Biden began his administration on Wednesday by signing three executive orders capsizing multiple key mandates from his predecessor, President Donald Trump.

After a swearing in ceremony before a sparse crowd behind a barbed wire fence being protected by 25,000 National Guard troops, an exhausted-sounding 78-year-old Biden penned his name to executive orders re-joining the Paris Climate Accord, advocating “racial equity” in the healthcare industry and other areas, as well as mandating COVID-19 masks to be worn in all federal buildings.

It was anticipated that Biden would sign as many as 17 executive orders from the onset, with the bulk of them overturning directives from the Trump administration. He explained from the Oval Office that further orders would come “over the next several days to week.”

“I thought there’s no time to wait. Get to work immediately,” contended Biden beside a large pile of executive orders. “There’s no time to start like today.

“I’m going to start by keeping the promises I made to the American people. There’s a long way to go, these are just executive actions. They are important but we’re going to need legislation for other things we’re going to do,” Biden said to the press.

He also told the media that on his way out, President Trump left him a “very generous letter” despite snubbing the inauguration to depart back to his home in Florida on Wednesday. 

“The president wrote a very generous letter. Because it was private, I will — won’t talk about it until I talk to him. But it was generous,” Biden stated.

The three orders Biden signed did not include his promise to swiftly revoke a ban on travel that Trump instituted in 2017 on a collection of mostly Muslim countries that have been known to sponsor terror groups, including Libya, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen.

Biden’s new press secretary, Jen Psaki, also hinted Biden will reinstate a COVID-19 travel ban on Brazil, and the UK nations in Europe’s Schengen Zone. However, that order also was not signed on Wednesday. Trump’s directive to end Europe and Brazil travel restrictions was set to go into effect next week.

At the time of his order, Trump said on lifting certain bans: “This cooperation [from Europe and Brazil] stands in stark contrast to the behavior of the governments and state-owned enterprises of the People’s Republic of China and the Islamic Republic of Iran, which repeatedly have failed to cooperate with the United States public health authorities and to share timely, accurate information about the spread of the virus.”

“Those jurisdictions’ responses to the pandemic, their lack of transparency, and their lack of cooperation with the United States thus far in combatting the pandemic, cast doubt on their cooperation in implementing CDC’s January 12, 2021, order.”

The face-covering order is “requiring, as I said all along, where I have authority, mandating masks indoors and social distancing be kept on federal property and interstate commerce, etcetera,” Biden explained.

Biden also vowed to eventually make a mandatory 100 days of wearing masks for citizens in the “Land of the Free.”

“The second one I’m signing here is the support for underserved communities… we’re going to make sure we have some better equity equality as relates to how we treat people in health care and other things,” the new president said.

“Third…. is a commitment I made that we’re going to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord as of today.”

Biden continued, “some of the executive actions I’m going to be signing today are going to help change the course of the COVID crisis, and we’re going to combat climate change in a way that we haven’t done so far, and advance racial equity in support of our underserved communities. We are going to rebuild our economy as well. And these are just all starting points.”


  1. The piggies are back. Build Back Better is just another version of Bill Clinton’s Haiti project Building Back Better Communities (BBBC) where architects would create sustainable homes using composite materials. Each builder erected a sample home for Haitians to live in. Fourteen months later most of the homes sat empty “providing shelter for squatters and the occasional goat.” John Sorge of Innovative Composites International said “it was the biggest joke I’ve ever seen. It was a hoodwink to promote the government . . . the whole Expo was a farce.

    U.S. is not in good hands, now or ever. This is going to be a debacle, like the flu virus they used to shut America while the fed’s BLM/Antifa demolition crew trashed the cities. Build Back Better will be the biggest joke yet.

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