Why is Joe Biden so angry and why is he doubling down...

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  1. abwilliams profile image69
    abwilliamsposted 10 months ago

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    Joe Biden was explosive yesterday, in fact, our enemies may have been getting a little nervous {no, not really}.
    He was mad, he was angry and he isn't going to take it anymore!
    Who is Joe Biden so mad at & ready to do battle with?
    China?
    Russia?
    Sloppy labs?
    The overpaid Dr. Fauci?
    His radicalized Party (has he suddenly remembered, he ran as a a moderate?)
    Oh no, no, no.....
    He has had his fill of US, the American people!
    In particular, those whom continue to utilize their God-given common sense and question his every move, his every motive.

    Those who understand that it is a no-brainer, only U.S. Citizens vote in U.S. elections and that it's not an anything goes, free for all, circus place; integrity must take center stage at the polling place.

    He has doubled down on the name-calling, on the threats, on the comparisons to rotten things and he is still going with the restorative message & the "finding our soul" mantra.

    WOW!!

    Thoughts?

    1. Sharlee01 profile image84
      Sharlee01posted 10 months agoin reply to this

      Biden's speech yesterday was devices, promoted a racial divide, and was purely a desperate man trying to stir up the race card. He may want to wake up and take note of his polls. American's apparently do not buy into his agenda, his job performance, or his offensive race-baiting. Again he referred to Harris as the president... 

      He has failed all around thus far and is drownding. This morning we see another rise in inflation, now at 7% a 40 year high. Oil prices are rising daily.  When he walked in we were energy independent.   We see COVID spinning out of control, and a border that is still seeing people pour in, and now it's been reported many asylum seekers are not showing up for their asylum hearings. Joe is splashing around with only his eyes visible.

      And yes, he is lashing out mad at everyone and everything. He will not take the blame for anything. And clearly, he has made the problems we are seeing.

      Hey Joe, ya just got to realize there are not many Americans left that buy into old political ploys. Time to get off the pot!

      1. abwilliams profile image69
        abwilliamsposted 10 months agoin reply to this

        ....and yet, if he were to run again, people will vote for him, because he is a Democrat, because he is Joe, because they trust him, because they are supposed to.... Unfortunately, that's the extent of thought for many who vote.  Ugh! What will it take to open eyes to this train wreck?
        There's a book that is getting rave reviews, 'The Great Reset: Joe Biden and the Rise of Twenty-First-Century Fascism', have you read it? I will be ordering it this week.

        1. Ken Burgess profile image84
          Ken Burgessposted 10 months agoin reply to this

          Yes, much of that is true... but it will be hard to overcome the economy.

          People also have a simple way of viewing who is responsible for the higher gas prices, higher food prices, higher electricity bills.

          Biden can rant on about Trump, Covid, or whatever else he wants... people vote one thing above all others, their pocketbook.

    2. profile image74
      KC McGeeposted 10 months agoin reply to this

      Hey biden...............read both of my middle fingers

      1. Sharlee01 profile image84
        Sharlee01posted 10 months agoin reply to this

        I agree, I can see you feel as I do. Pretty dam mad. That speech pushed me to the edge.

      2. abwilliams profile image69
        abwilliamsposted 10 months agoin reply to this

        Short but sweet. I concur KC.

    3. TheShadowSpecter profile image86
      TheShadowSpecterposted 10 months agoin reply to this

      A.B. Williams?  What is very disturbing is that I found out recently that New York City mayor Eric Adams passed a law that would allow 800,000 non-U.S.-citizens to vote in their local elections there in the Big Apple.  They would still not be legally allowed to vote in presidential elections under this new law, but it is still concerning that they can even vote in any U.S. election at all nonetheless.  What is even more so outrageous is that there are communities across our nation where this sort of thing is legal.  Tucker Carlson once warned everyone about something like this happening now that Joe Biden was in the White House.  In other words, one unwise thing on the part of ultra-left elected officials could lead to another in the form of laws eventually allowing non-U.S.-citizens to vote in presidential elections, and Nancy Pelosi would be insane enough to push for something like this if it ever got to the Congress.

      A second presidential term for Joe Biden is outrageous enough when he should have never been sworn into the Oval Office for a first term.  Let's hope that too much damage will not have been done by the 2022 mid-term elections.  President Trump would never have allowed something like this to happen in his home state of New York if he had gotten a second term in the Oval Office, because he would have confronted Eric Adams for doing something this crazy.  Here is the article that I am talking about>>> https://abc13.com/nyc-non-citizen-votin … /11445310/

      1. abwilliams profile image69
        abwilliamsposted 10 months agoin reply to this

        Hi Shadow, Yeah I haven't been convinced that Adams is any better than the rest of them, yet.
        It is disturbing {to say the least} that as a reward for getting away with entering America illegally, the gift of voting is handed over on a silver platter! It is pure madness!! They'll not stop at the local level, no way!
        This is how you destroy a sovereign Nation.

        1. GA Anderson profile image89
          GA Andersonposted 10 months agoin reply to this

          I don't understand NY's new law to do what you say. I don't think it allows illegals, (those entering America illegally*), to vote. (*excepting the very debatable resolution of Dreamer status)

          If that debatable group is acceptable as most likely legal in the end, consider this best-case:

          A 32-year-old Dreamer that has lived in one community as a productive law-abiding asset to that community for 29 years. They are raising a family that is also productive law-abiding assets to their community.

          If allowing for  Dreamers citizenship is a no-go for you, then consider the same scenario for a Green cardholder, but cut the time to 10 years.

          Before jumping in with the obvious worst-case examples, do you see any great injustice in allowing those best-case folks a voice in their community?

          GA

          1. abwilliams profile image69
            abwilliamsposted 10 months agoin reply to this

            Are they the 800,000 that Shadow is referring to; dreamers/green card holders? I don't know. If they are considered illegal, have they attempted to become U.S. citizens? Do they have any interest in becoming U.S. citizens or do they just prefer to reap the rewards, such as voting in our elections? Shouldn't that be a prerequisite, to voting in any election?

            1. GA Anderson profile image89
              GA Andersonposted 10 months agoin reply to this

              Yes, if an election is a national or state election citizenship is and should be a prerequisite. But this issue isn't national, or state, it's local, and in that local arena, I can see the logic of allowing legal non-citizens to vote.

              As for the 800,000 number, I believe it is extrapolated from the percentage of the legal non-citizen population of NYC. I think those non-citizen voters have to provide proof of their legal residency to register to vote

              My gut thought when I saw the issue headlines was [i]"Hell no!" But then I thought of the vote being discussed. It is simply a community matter, not a national or state matter. I think productive law-abiding members of any community should have a voice in that community.

              GA

              1. abwilliams profile image69
                abwilliamsposted 10 months agoin reply to this

                I will say this, it takes an eternity for those wishing/desiring to become U.S. citizens, we have heard it from green card holders applying to work for us for decades.

                1. GA Anderson profile image89
                  GA Andersonposted 10 months agoin reply to this

                  I have also heard that point. I think decades of wait is too long. But, relative to the privilege of gaining a state and national voice and identity it is worth it. I think a person living righteously on that path should have a community voice.

                  GA

  2. GA Anderson profile image89
    GA Andersonposted 10 months ago

    I just caught Mcconnel's speech addressing Pres. Biden's speech. Well damn . . .

    I have only heard media segments of Pres. Biden's speech, but considering Mcconnell's reply it sure looks like the flags have been planted. I don't think the Democrats will win on this one—politically or publicly.

    GA

    1. Sharlee01 profile image84
      Sharlee01posted 10 months agoin reply to this

      You really need to listen to Biden's entire speech to see why Mcconnell came out so strongly. 

      I agree, the Democrats will not win this one. I won't rant, but sure could.

      1. GA Anderson profile image89
        GA Andersonposted 10 months agoin reply to this

        I think I heard enough of the president's speech clips to get the context. I was glad to see Mcconnell come back as strongly as he did.

        His "anti-unvaccinated" speech was bad enough, but this most recent speech seems to be much harsher and more political. Just think of the condemnations if a Republican leader made such a divisive speech.

        GA

        1. Sharlee01 profile image84
          Sharlee01posted 10 months agoin reply to this

          But GA, he is the guy that was going to heal the nation. He has divided it up into angry segregated groups. Democrats do not mess around.

    2. abwilliams profile image69
      abwilliamsposted 10 months agoin reply to this

      I had not heard that McConnell spoke on this subject, but I checked it out at your mention GA.
      Is it genuine? Who knows! These guys go through the motions, give and take the punches and then meet up for winks and cocktails.
      I think there needs to be a great purging of the whole lot or things can't begin to get better for us lowly folks.

      1. GA Anderson profile image89
        GA Andersonposted 10 months agoin reply to this

        I understand your point and was sorta referencing it when I spoke of flags being planted. I think the latest rhetoric and confrontation are well past the cocktails and winks stage.

        After seeing Cotton give a speech using Schumer's words—from past filibuster issues when Republicans were in power, I don't think it will be cocktails in hand. I think it will be shots and frowns worrying about how the hell to get out of this mess.

        GA

        1. abwilliams profile image69
          abwilliamsposted 10 months agoin reply to this

          Now that I'd love to see! I missed that speech.

    3. Ken Burgess profile image84
      Ken Burgessposted 10 months agoin reply to this

      If you had been of the belief that Biden was a competent and capable person to have as President, I'd imagine you may have some doubts creeping in by now.

      If you had been of the mindset of "anyone but Trump" and pulled the lever for Biden for that reason only, I'd imagine you may have some doubts creeping in about that decision by now.

      If you were a staunch Progressive hoping to see significant change in the issues you feel strongly about, I'd imagine you are less than thrilled with the way Biden has handled things, and may doubt much of what he has done... one example would be Biden's praise for Mary Barra for "leading the EV revolution" while deliberately never mentioning Tesla or Musk, over the course of an entire year, whenever EVs came up.

      Some people may be starting to realize that Biden may not have all his faculties, his cognitive abilities don't always seem there.

      Some other people may be starting to realize Biden is a DC insider, a politician's politician, and not the tool for change and progress they were hoping for.

      Give it three more years... he may be far less popular than Carter was in 1979, nor do I believe Harris can pull off the switcheroo in 2024, she might actually be less popular than Biden.

      1. GA Anderson profile image89
        GA Andersonposted 10 months agoin reply to this

        I will leave the discussion of Pres. Biden's competency to others, but I will say that I think he is the figurehead of the party—but not its leader. I have the thought that had the party's agenda been more moderate Pres. Biden would have been too.

        His latest divisive speech wasn't Joe Biden speaking it was the progressive wing of the party speaking.

        As for VP Harris . . . I think she is untrustworthy in the minds of many voters.

        GA

 
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