President elect Joe Biden just recited his Inauguration speech as the 46th President, and it was all about America’s stability and the need to unite under a new era in the country.
Joe Biden spoke about the challenges facing the U.S. at large, including perhaps the most pressing and existing pandemic, for which he headed a moment of silence and a prayer — and pledged that his whole soul was in the cause of moving the people forward together, to try get past the ugliness that’s been vulnerable among so many of us lately.
President Joe Biden says we must fulfill this moment as the UNITED States of America — adding that America has never failed in that regard. He obliged us to start fresh, to listen to one another … and to also respect one another. President Biden said this … “not every disagreement has to result in war”.
Biden spoke from his heart, saying … “We’ll lead not merely by the example of our power, but by the power of our example” as he was addressing foreign nations looking to see what the U.S. would do next.
The inaugurational speech was both intense, yet optimistic … and most definitely a change of stride from what we’ve experienced lately. After Joe’s statements, Garth Brooks performed “Amazing Grace,” capping off an inauguration that went as well as one could hope.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have officially been sworn in as the 46th President and Vice President of United States, taking their oaths of office from two Supreme Court Justices … Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Sonia Sotomayor, respectively.