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44% Call Biden’s First 100 Days a “Failure”

Posted on Sunday, May 2, 2021
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On Wednesday night, President Biden delivered his first address to the United States Congress. In it, he declared “America is on the move again.”

But in a recent survey, a plurality of Americans (44%) don’t agree with him, considering his first 100 days in office a “failure.” Only 36% called them a “success.”

As Biden looked back on those 100 days on Wednesday night, the contradictions and shortcomings of the agenda he has pursued during this period became glaringly evident.

Perhaps the visuals of the moment were the first clue to ordinary Americans that something was badly amiss. For the first time in history, a President addressed a socially-distanced and mask-wearing Congress. This was no doubt arranged by a party and an administration that claims its actions are based on science, despite the fact that the CDC recently released new guidelines that said fully vaccinated people may “Visit with other fully vaccinated people indoors without wearing masks or physical distancing.” What happened to “science”?

When it comes to the vaccine, Biden gave zero credit to his predecessor, President Donald Trump, who in fact began the Operation Warp Speed program that produced the vaccines Biden now claims credit for, despite the fact that he did more than anyone during the campaign to promote vaccine skepticism.

On law enforcement, Biden once again declared that America is host to “systemic racism.” The problem is that mountains of data show the President is simply wrong about the supposed “systemic racism” among law enforcement. During the campaign, he offered tacit support to the “Defund the Police” movement, despite the fact that, as even CNN admits, numerous American cities have seen double digit rises in homicide and other violent crimes—the biggest increase in decades—as police departments have scaled back, and experienced a record number of retirements.

He also claimed that his plan would “root out systemic racism that plagues America and American lives in other ways; a change to deliver real equity…” As Kamala Harris herself made quite clear during the campaign, “equity” means equality of outcome, and as on everything else, the President has signaled he won’t stop until the federal government brings “equity” to every area of American life.

In the meantime, the President’s party has voted for D.C. statehood in the House. Such a bill is constitutionally dubious, at best, since the Constitution specifically designates D.C. as the federal district, and assigns no Congressmen or Senators to it. Thus, the only way to make D.C. a state would be to amend the Constitution—an effort that would be too difficult for power-hungry Democrats who are clearly attempting to permanently cement their power by gaining what would no doubt be two more Democrat Senators.

Biden himself has established the “Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States” to “analyze” the possibilities of packing the Court—a scheme Biden denied he would engage in during the campaign (before he then refused to answer whether or not he would), and which he himself called a “bonehead idea” back in the 1980’s as a Senator (referring to President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s famous court-packing scheme).

On education, one of Biden’s first actions was to abolish the 1776 Commission, which called for a renewed civics education in America that would focus on teaching the next generation about our founding principles. In its place, Biden’s department of education has already begun promulgating rules in anticipation of the passage of the dubiously titled “Civics Secures Democracy Act” that will funnel billions to programs that advocate Critical Race Theory.

Critical Race Theory itself claims the United States is inherently and systemically racist. Any difference in outcome between white Americans and African Americans, for example, is ascribed to “white supremacy.” This makes the President’s statement during his address to Congress that “White supremacy is terrorism” rather disturbing. White supremacy is obviously horrific, and should be condemned at all times and every place. But if, according to Critical Race Theory and many in his party, much of what ordinary American do and enjoy are examples of “White Supremacy,” exactly how many of those things will be considered “terrorism” by the new administration? Time will tell.

President Biden plans to achieve this fundamental remaking of American society by unprecedented spending—despite the fact that the COVID pandemic which led to 2020’s record-breaking deficits is coming to an end. How will this be paid for? The President had no solutions beyond saying that the “rich” who already pay the vast majority of federal taxes should pay their “fair share.” What is “fair”? He never says.

In short, President Biden’s address to Congress was boring and full of platitudes. But for those with ears to hear, it was the most radical policy agenda ever proposed by any American President in history.

President Trump warned in 2020 that Biden would be a “Trojan Horse” for the radical left. It appears that is exactly what he is shaping up to be.

America is indeed on the move again—to the edge of a cliff.

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The Freezing Senior
The Freezing Senior
2 years ago

HOW TAX FRIENDLY IS YOUR STATE ?
Excellent article over at MoneyGeek dot com.
Click on the financial resources header,
from the drop down menu under Taxes click on “How Tax Friendly Is Your State?”.
This will appear at the bottom of the first/left hand column.
Here you will see the difference between the Democrat and Republican run states
and it is quite a factual eye opener.
This info worth forwarding to friends, relatives and neighbors and it’s an easy read !
Best wishes to all.

Susabella
Susabella
2 years ago

I’m a staunch conservative, and I pay attention to the political scene, but I see a big discrepancy in what you and others say, and what regular people are feeling. Your take is that the first 100 days was just awful and everything is getting worse. But for the average Joe, life is pretty darn good. We got a big stimulus payment, the economy is improving a lot, people are going back to work, our everyday life is nice. We just tune out all the hoopla about the virus, wear your mask, stay apart, etc., but we’ve kind of gotten used to wearing a mask so it’s no big deal, we can still go places and eat out because we have never eaten out with a big crowd, the big stores have always been open, so shopping is not a problem. For those working from home, they have grown to like it better – more freedom of time. As for the schools, that is the only major problem people face, and it’s a big one, but now starting to get better as the teachers unions are being brought under control. In my humble opinion, your message and the message sent out by tons of Republicans, just doesn’t ring true. You will have to find a better way to reach the people.

Kim
Kim
2 years ago

“…the only way to make D.C. a state would be to amend the Constitution.” Didn’t Biden mutter that the amendments are not absolute? If we the people don’t do something soon to cement the validity of the Constitution, the Blueprint for America, everything will be on the table.

Biden will spend us into oblivion in order for the dems to feel better about themselves. (Two Teslas in every garage.) And they think they’re the party of tomorrow!

Jocie Taylor
Jocie Taylor
2 years ago

I would call Biden a bad knock knock joke

slymet
slymet
2 years ago

I am hoping the massive voter fraud will become common knowledge. He doesn’t belong in the White House. What is going on at the southern border is horrible. Mr. Biden is a nightmare, and just a puppet of the Left. He is ramming a Leftist agenda upon the American people, and we did not ask for this.

Mark L
Mark L
2 years ago

I must say I fully agree and this Administration will ruin the American Dream by way of taxation and corruption within OUR Government!
The biggest problem facing OUR Country is a racist Democratic Party!

Jim L.
Jim L.
2 years ago

He must be on some of his sons crack, this dude is lost touch with reality, and it’s time that Americans take our country back and that’s by voting, to think of the green New deal no cows what are we supposed to eat . No guns ha give me a break.Thanks one pissed off concern citizen.

RonnieFountain
RonnieFountain
2 years ago

Got to love new math,44% 36%=100%

TheHoneyBadger
TheHoneyBadger
2 years ago

It’s been a 100 day train wreck.

Danni
Danni
2 years ago

44%??????? No way it’s that low!!!!!! He us 100%%%% and no less!!!! Him and that so called vp of his. She is a total disgrace and useless as tits on a boar hog!!!!! I’M JUST SAYING!!!!!

Dave
Dave
2 years ago

Who Are These Other 56% Idiots, That Think He Is Doing Great?!

Deborah
Deborah
2 years ago

Impeach this Communist! He and his leftist colleagues have no place in our United States of America! This is treasonous!

Pete
Pete
2 years ago

Am I the only one who thinks Biden is merely a puppet and what we’re witnessing is a third Obama term, and all of the utter nonsense and failure that brings.

Fox Grimaldi
Fox Grimaldi
2 years ago

All of this is Obama — Biden is a Puppet!

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