Morning Jolt: You Can’t Ignore Physics, Joe

On the menu today: Joe Biden urges America to pass his infrastructure bill so that one day trains can cross the United States as fast as jet planes do, a vision that does not align well with the laws of physics. The president also envisions passenger airliners flying ten times faster than the fastest spy plane in the air today. And we look ahead to the delayed Olympic games in Japan and the upcoming Winter games in Beijing.

Joe Biden's Magic, Fast-as-a-Jet-Plane-Train Idea

Joe Biden is not all that different from Donald Trump in his propensity to just blurt out the first thing that pops into his mind, whether or not it's true, whether or not it even sounds plausible, and whether or not what he's describing violates the laws of physics.

Yesterday, in another sales pitch for his infrastructure plan, Biden said, ". . . what we're really doing is raising the bar on what we can imagine. Imagine a world where you and your family can travel coast to coast, ...

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WITH JIM GERAGHTY April 08 2021
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WITH JIM GERAGHTY April 08 2021
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You Can't Ignore Physics, Joe

On the menu today: Joe Biden urges America to pass his infrastructure bill so that one day trains can cross the United States as fast as jet planes do, a vision that does not align well with the laws of physics. The president also envisions passenger airliners flying ten times faster than the fastest spy plane in the air today. And we look ahead to the delayed Olympic games in Japan and the upcoming Winter games in Beijing.

Joe Biden's Magic, Fast-as-a-Jet-Plane-Train Idea

Joe Biden is not all that different from Donald Trump in his propensity to just blurt out the first thing that pops into his mind, whether or not it's true, whether or not it even sounds plausible, and whether or not what he's describing violates the laws of physics.

Yesterday, in another sales pitch for his infrastructure plan, Biden said, ". . . what we're really doing is raising the bar on what we can imagine. Imagine a world where you and your family can travel coast to coast, ...   READ MORE

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