Bigger and Better


Bigger and Better

Today is the 146th day of the Biden presidency and it’s time to reflect on how this president has lived up to the title he holds. Earlier this year I wrote about The Virtual President and maybe a little review is in order.

Since taking office (that’s really what has happened) Joe Biden has used the power of the pen to strike down almost every executive action of Donald Trump’s presidency and singlehandedly returned America to the era of Barack Obama. In fact many of Biden’s appointees and White House staff are former Obama people. Even the failed attempt to get Merrick Garland confirmed to the SCOTUS has been eased by his appointment as Biden’s Attorney General. We’ve been told to give Biden a chance and we have.

What concerns me is the obvious manipulation of the office of the presidency, more directly the person of Joe Biden by his political handlers, his wife and family and by the media. It is well noted that as a Senator, Biden had medical emergencies that resulted in brain surgery twice. Some say that accounts for his inability to endure the gruelingly long days of a president. I think they may have hastened his health’s decline or accentuated his mental acuteness or ability to reason or express his thoughts clearly. Keep in mind I don’t claim to be a medical doctor. Biden’s own personal physician has said he is fully capable of discharging the duties of the presidency, but clearly he is not.

Why the DNC and the Democratic Party went to great lengths to insure a Biden/Harris ticket is becoming increasingly clear (to me) is they are easy to manipulate and control. But why would Jill Biden allow her husband to be publicly humiliated and be led around as a pet puppy? Was becoming the First Lady really worth it? Clearly having a father who is president doesn’t hurt Hunter, in fact it insures the smokescreen around him is both protective and shields him from criminal prosecution.

We are hearing more from former President Obama than we have in the past. His obvious criticism of his predecessor (Trump) and even his lack of praise for his former VP say much more than words could ever express. Watching his policies being reinstated and the return of the United States to the world stage as a failed state cowering to the likes of China, Russia and Iran are clearly trademarks of Obama. I have no doubt who is really calling the shots like a ventriloquist speaking through the dummy.

Even more obvious are the behind the scene actions of non-elected bureaucrats who continue to insure that business-as-usual continues in government without regard to who holds elected office. It’s a problem every president experienced since John Kennedy and led directly to US involvement in Vietnam.

What is equally discerning to me is having both a president and vice president who continue to act as senators in the Oval Office. How else can you explain how a president without all his mental faculties could or would write a proposed immigration bill and send it to congress so they could pass it, when it should be the other way around?

It’s more and more like the tail wagging the dog isn’t it?

Joe Biden is the only president in modern times who failed in business, then became a lifetime politician instead. So having that mentality guide him throughout his adult life in Congress, he never went back to private practice as a lawyer, to set the record straight.

Yet we are expecting a Biden presidency that will fix the wrongs in our society, wrongs that as senator he could not even fathom and that my friend is a definition of insanity.

 Don’t even get me started on Kamala Harris’s political career from law school to where she is and how she got there. Nothing I’d ever want my daughters to experience or use as stepping stones to success.

Let me just call that ding bling.

Our nation is suffering by voter suicide just as someone willingly mixes poison into their own food just a little bit at a time so as to prolong their own misery.

It’s time to wake up America. Go outside, walk around then stop and smell the roses.

We may have been knocked down, but it’s time to get back up – the best is yet to come! – I am the Real Truckmaster!


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