A year later, there are three left. It’s been an excruciating 12 months and I feel like we’re just getting started.
Is there anyone reading this who feels remorse for voting for Biden? Go now, raise up your hand. You know it’s written “Confession is good for the soul.” It might be good therapy to take a close look at the damage Biden has done over the past year and add up the lies he’s told and the promises he’s broken. Take a look at the number of failed decisions he made and the wounds he inflicted on our nation, especially his foolish decrees that will take decades to mend.
Look people, Trump is brash and loud, loud and pushy, a little childish and upsetting at times, but he got the job done. As we all know, he initially withstood the threat of coronavirus, but when he got on board, he was unstoppable. In fact, things were going so well that they dubbed it warp speed.
Then came the elections. I know God is angry with America and no doubt our days are numbered, but the election should be a wake-up call.
Biden could have continued Trump’s example on COVID but chose to lie and declare that nothing was done until he took over. He said more than once he had to start with nothing and the press just let him go. That’s when everything started to fall apart.
The media also allowed him to lie and take credit for most of Trump’s progress on COVID, but now he’s trying to get out because he hit a brick wall and proclaimed “COVID is here to stay.” This is leadership, guys.
His success in foreign policy is mediocre to non-existent, and he left town a few weeks ago. The Chinese and the Russians laugh and scoff, as do the hundreds of thousands of illegals who have crossed the border. They dispersed like a flock of quail, and most were gone for good.
I have a lot more to say, but I have to comment on Biden’s desperate speech in Georgia on Tuesday and hope I can do it in a few paragraphs.
Until Tuesday, January 11, I didn’t know I was a Jim Crow racist. I didn’t know that I was a member of a racial group whose main objective is to prevent black and brown-skinned citizens from succeeding or voting in elections. Little did I know that the CRT, if allowed to continue, would cure all racial hatred in this nation. I also discovered that I hate President Lincoln and view Jefferson Davis’ leadership as God sanctioned.
Farewell: Mr. President, I don’t know anyone less qualified to lead this country. I can see you forgetting which way to turn when you exit the Oval Office to go to the bathroom.
You are harassed by people who don’t all work in the White House but who certainly run the country. Otherwise, why would you repeatedly say “I’m not supposed to answer questions?” »
Shame on you, sir. Please step down and take Kamala with you.
God keep us.