May 25, 2022

I pledge this to you: I will be a President for all Americans.  I will fight as hard for those who did not support me as for those who did. … We must end this uncivil war that pits red against blue, rural versus urban, conservative versus liberal. We can do this if we open our souls instead of hardening our hearts. If we show a little tolerance and humility.

–Joe Biden, Inaugural Address, Jan. 20, 2021

On his first day in office Joe Biden spitefully cancelled President Trump’s opening of the Keystone XL pipeline.

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Now he comically blames high gas prices on Russian President Vladimir Putin.

It wasn’t just Poots he was yelling about.

With an historically low approval rating, Biden “escalated his rhetorical attacks on the Republican Party and rebuked former President Donald Trump’s enduring grip on the GOP,” according to Politico in a piece dated May 4.  

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It’s all part of the same blame game — Joe Biden lashing out at others and amping up his fear politics as his means of justifying himself and his failures.

“This MAGA crowd,” by which Biden means Trump’s “Make America Great Again” movement that got 74 million votes in 2020 is, Biden said, “the most extreme political organization that’s existed in American history, in recent American history.” 

Apparently 74 million Americans, farmers, steel workers, carpenters, truck drivers, machinists, nurses, etc., that committed the sin of not voting for Biden are more radical that the KKK, the Weather Underground bombers of the 1960s, some of whose members are friends with the Obamas, and the rioters who destroyed 2 billion dollars damage after the death of George Floyd.

Perhaps Biden and the Democrat party are just taking John Heilemann’s “dark” advice that since“[The Democrats] can’t motivate [voters] on the basis of hope or their pocketbooks … they have to scare the crap out of them” or MSNBC’s Donny Deutsch’s similar advice that “since the economy has been tanking so badly” Democrats need to “scare the bejesus” out of the voters. 

It is not just the economy that is terrible, however, but the chaos, lawlessness, fentanyl, and dead bodies at the southern border, and rising crime and homicide in the streets, Biden’s using Russia to negotiate the nuclear arms deal with Iran. There also was his Afghanistan pull-out disaster with 13 dead Marines that Biden calls an “extraordinary success.” There’s Biden’s impotence dealing with the coronavirus, Biden’s oppressive, counterproductive Coronavirus lockdowns, the pro-transgender policies that destroy women’s rights, Biden’s growing authoritarianism and attacks on the First Amendment, Biden’s radical abortion policies, Biden’s promotion of critical race theory in the classrooms, Biden’s attacks on parents who believe their children are their own, not the government’s, China’s repeated humiliations of the United States, Biden’s “disappointing’ and “disingenuous” response to the shortages of baby formula, and, last but not least, Biden’s obvious cognitive challenges.

All of this has led Lily Tang, who grew up in Mao’s communist China, and current Republican candidate for a House seat in New Hampshire, to remark that the United States is beginning to remind her of communist China.