The former Press Secretary, who served for Donald Trump while he was in the White House, responded to Biden's announcement on Thursday of his $1.75 trillion spending and tax legislation meant to "transform America."
Spicer tweeted on Thursday:
"What? When did anyone ask to 'transform' America?"
However, social media users were quick to point out that the campaign to "transform" America was exactly what Spicer supported under Trump's rallying cry to help "Make America Great Again."
Twitter continued admonishing Spicer for his skewed political views.
Spicer was also reminded that the 2020 presidential election was not stolen, as perpetually touted by the former one-term, twice-impeached President.
The 1,684-page Build Back Better bill was released on Thursday but has stalled towards a vote.
The bill was slimmed down after Democratic Senators Joe Manchin, from West Virginia, and Kyrsten Sinema, from Arizona, demanded changes to trim down the original $3.5 trillion budget proposal.
As a result, key progressive priorities like paid family leave, free community college, and reform on exorbitant prescription drug prices were cut from the "historic economic framework."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said at a news conference:
"For those who said, 'I want to see text,' the text is there for you to review, for you to complain about, for you to add to or subtract from."
"Whatever it is and we'll see what consensus emerges from that, but we're really very much on a path."