While I was reading this article, it wasn’t difficult to notice that the leftist Democrats (Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, AOC+3) have started insisting on implementing their socialist agenda virtually immediately. Sen. Warren said in her Washington Post op-ed that “Biden and Harris ‘ran on explicit plans to create new union jobs in clean energy, increase Social Security benefits, expand health care, cancel billions of dollars in student-loan debt, hold law enforcement accountable, make the wealthy pay their fair share, tackle climate change and provide for universal child care.'”

That’s really stretching things. Joe Biden didn’t speak often enough to make anything explicit. The definition of explicit is “fully and clearly expressed or demonstrated; leaving nothing merely implied; unequivocal: explicit instructions; an explicit act of violence; explicit language; clearly developed or formulated; definite and unreserved in expression; outspoken:”

Most of the summer and much of the fall, Joe Biden hid in his house. The joke was that he didn’t appear in public without his running mate — COVID-19.

“Florida became the eighth state to pass a $15 minimum wage,” she wrote. “Arizona voted to increase taxes on the wealthy to fund public schools. Multiple states – red and blue – passed ballot measures to legalize marijuana. And Colorado said yes to 12 weeks of paid family leave.”

“The lesson is clear,” Warren added. “Bold policies to improve opportunity for all Americans are broadly popular. Voters recognize that these reforms are necessary to fix what is broken in our nation.”

Let’s squash this nightmarish agenda. It won’t take long before Arizona regrets their tax increases. Florida will quickly repeal this minimum wage increase, too.

I’ll be explicit about something. I want the United States of America to succeed. I don’t give a damn whether Joe Biden or other internationalist politicians succeed. I don’t know that we can prevent the job-killing regulations to the energy industry that Biden will propose but we can run on that issue in the midterms and in 2024. If Biden fails like I think he will, he’ll be a sitting duck in 2024 or he’ll retire, then let Harris take it in the face.

The first pair of pieces of legislation that the Senate should take up should be the Tim Scott-Donald Trump Police Reform Act and the Alice Marie Johnson-Donald Trump Second Step Act. I triple-dog dare Democrats to vote against those bills. If Democrats slow down the distribution of the COVID vaccine, Republicans should immediately pass a bill to accelerate the distribution of the vaccine.

Republicans should highlight the success of Operation Warp Speed in discovering a vaccine and getting the first batch out to those who need it most. Then they should highlight how the Biden administration slowed things down. Let Biden-Harris take the blame for not distributing the vaccine and therapeutics fast enough.

7 Responses to “Let’s kill Joe Biden’s leftist agenda”

  • J. Ewing says:

    One thing Biden has been very clear about:

    Democratic nominee Joe Biden said his team has created “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics” in a recent video.

  • eric z says:

    Get real. Joe Biden is no leftist. He’s GOP lite. He is the last Dem I’d have wanted running because he is such a career conservative, including stuff with Hunter, doing as the GOP does. And Harris. The family is worth millions because her husband is a California entertainment lawyer. Her values mirror her net worth. She’s not 1% rich, but close. She is just like Pelosi, wealth in the family, wealth served in her doing her job. Loved by the same donors who contribute to McConnell. If not how you like it, how it is. I don’t have much liking for it either, but be real.

  • Gary Gross says:

    Joe Biden of the past wasn’t a leftist but neither was most of the Democratic Party. He’s moved dramatically left over the last 10+ years.

  • J. Ewing says:

    It’s pretty obvious that Sleepy Joe doesn’t know where the heck he is, physically, mentally, or politically. He’ll sign whatever is put in front of him until President Harris takes over. I give him six months. Hopefully everything he does gets tied up in court and he can sleep his way through.

  • Nick says:

    “Let’s squash this nightmarish agenda. It won’t take long before Arizona regrets their tax increases. Florida will quickly repeal this minimum wage increase, too.”

    Illinois voters voted against a progressive tax despite Illinois being one the most liberal states in the country. Colorado voters voted for lower income taxes.

  • eric z says:

    I checked out the link, Gary. FOX saying Warren was talking about the party platform. If you believe Biden will honor the platform you trust him more than I do. Platforms are for show. Trump ran in 2016 saying multiple times he had a healthcare plan. He had none. He was lying. See how the Biden presidency turns out. Yes, he is an internationalist. Yes, there are problems with that, but it was Bush the elder who gave the New World Order speech, not a Democrat. It is Rockefeller Republicanism that Biden embraces. And Romneycare came out of Heritage Foundation, which is why it is so awfully biased toward insurers. Biden ran on diddling Romneycare hither and yon, not on Medicare for All. He is GOP-lite.

  • Gary Gross says:

    Eric, I agree that it was GHW Bush that gave the NWO Speech. He was just as wrong as Obama-Biden. Further, Romneycare came from the Heritage Foundation but they kept rethinking things. When new information came in, they refined their policies. PS- Romneycare is ACA-lite. Republicans disavow Romneycare. Minnesota’s MCHA was infinitely better by separating out high-risk patients, then giving subsidized health insurance policies to people who had PECs. The last year year of its existence, 97% of Minnesotans were insured, a figure that Berniecare couldn’t achieve & that the ACA hasn’t achieved.

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