The Biden Inauguration Committee says the ceremony will probably be "extraordinarily restricted" – asking folks to remain house
Throughout President-elect Joe Biden's campaign, if you can call it that, he was plagued by low crowds and lackluster energy at best. Now, his initiation committee has made it clear that his initiation ceremony will be similar, and they are already trying to stay one step ahead of that.
Biden's Inauguration Committee issues statement
The Presidential Inaugural Committee released a statement Tuesday that Biden will be sworn in on January 20 in a scaled-down ceremony at the US Capitol with "strict health and safety protocols."
"The footprint of the ceremony will be extremely limited and the parade that follows will be reinterpreted," the statement added.
"Our goal is to create an inauguration that ensures people's safety, honors the great traditions of the presidency and demonstrates the Biden Harris administration's renewed American vision for inclusive, just and unified citizenship," added Tony Allen. the chairman of the committee.
The committee said it was determined to keep the crowd down by "urging the public not to travel and participate in the opening activities from home."
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Biden struggled to bring in crowds
However, given how hard Biden campaigned to attract crowds, there does not seem to be a need to ask people to stay home from this inauguration.
"Biden's unwavering commitment to the safety of the American people is our north star as we plan an inauguration that protects public health, honors the tradition of inauguration and engages Americans across the country," added Event Director Maju Varghese.
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"We look forward to sharing more information soon on the new and innovative opportunities all Americans are watching and attending a historic inauguration that will unite our country," added Varghese.
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CNN reported that anyone attending Biden's inauguration must wear masks and maintain social distance within the “ticket parameters”. There is also reportedly an "ongoing discussion about requiring COVID-19 testing for anyone standing on the main platform near the president-elect who is 78 years old."
Deep down, Biden's Inaugural Committee knows he will never be nearly as excited as Donald Trump. You can push people to stay home as much as they want, but the vast majority of us would never come to Biden's inauguration anyway.
This piece was written by James Samson on December 15th, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used with permission.
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