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    My perspective differs from yours, Mark

    In summing up his 11-point list, Gingrich aptly states issues plaguing the country and the need for open discussion and compromise resolve in the best interest of the U.S, citizen.

    Such conversation is no longer possible with a nation divided by political parties and a media that is no longer interested in serving public interest, but their own. They all manipulate the narrative, or outright lie, regal in their opponents' failures, dare not offer any assistance for resolve, and leave the public to discern who is telling the truth or what candidate is really the lesser of two evils.

    The public is not as dumb as they would like us to believe. As Biden’s poll numbers indicate, the public put into office what many of us of age knew, he was never fit to be president. Just like he is not a moderate, but the socialist he denied being, and becoming more left by the day. He won because of the hate for Trump – not altogether misdirected.

    Did Trump lie? Indeed! Does Biden, his Party, and supporting left media lie? Big time and Biden’s poll numbers indicate the public have had enough. The Democratic Party is now sounding alarms that their party could face even deeper election losses than anticipated without a major shift in strategy led by the president.

    America in the last year has gotten a taste of socialism and Marxist precepts that have adversely impacted its citizens’ lives, threatened free speech, and is the real threat to American democracy. Even Sanders suggests a reset and change in direction.

    “I think millions of Americans have become very demoralized – they’re asking, what do the Democrats stand for?” said Sen. Bernie Sanders, the Vermont independent in charge of the Senate Budget Committee. In a lengthy interview, he added, “Clearly, the current strategy is failing, and we need a major course correction.”

    A conversation, a debate, an exchange of opinion is near impossible today without the party opposing left ideology is met with charges of racism and fear of cancel culture shaming / repudiation / retribution.

    As Gingrich aptly states: Take these 11 serious realities—which threaten the lives, safety and freedom of the American people—and then watch the current political-news media theatre. You will understand the contrast between the futile arguing into which we are trapped and the honest, adult conversations we need.

    Two old guys in the 2024 presidential race equally hated, an inept Harris, and Hillary's name coming up again. We are trapped and so screwed!

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    What is the truth

    You can fool some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all the time. Despite Biden’s and his propagandist left-wing media narrative that his accomplishments are many and the country is headed in the right direction, his poll numbers indicate the public is not buying the narrative or the lies accompanying it.

    Within his own party there is a disconnect and discontent that permeates within the party’s moderates and left. Democratic Party strategist and spokesperson James Carville rebukes the whiny Democrats and declares the focus should be on Biden’s accomplishments or an agenda to fulfill the campaign promises.

    What accomplishments? The public is frustrated with Biden, especially when he blames others and a media that dares asking ‘tough questions.’ His voting rights bill is nothing more than a voting rule change act to make permanent a bill that was enacted during the pandemic. No one’s ability to vote is being suppressed. Another attempt to distract the focus from key issues - inflation, a border crisis, a surging pandemic where more people died under his watch than Trump’s, crime, supply chain shortages, etc.

    Biden’s disclaimer that a supply chain shortage exists is a slap in the face to any consumer. His admonishing the public that if they didn’t agree with him on all of his policies, they were considered racists was astoundingly stupid and an example of free speech / opinion suppression.

    Biden in 2024, it should never happen. But who should fill his slot? The inept Harris? The left-wing socialists like Sanders, Warren, et al who are complaining Biden has not gone left enough – a socialist direction the public is disapproving of.

    On the Republican side is the audacious, rude / crude, disrespectful, toxic Donald Trump. A man that many of his faithful are wishing would not be the 2024 presidential candidate. His bad-mouthing of politicos and candidates within his own party rubs not only them wrong but makes him a toxic candidate in the eyes of the electorate.

    Conservative pundit Ann Coulter is predicting the end of Donald Trump's hegemony in the GOP, saying the former president "is done."

    Ann Coulter pounced on Trump in a tweet last week calling the former president a "liar and con man."

    "I'm not saying I'm there for him yet," Laura Ingraham told a magazine when asked if she would support Trump in a 2024 run.

    Biden is becoming as big a liar as Trump. Becoming as hated as Trump. Both are too old and toxic to unite this country. Harris? Shudder! Clinton? OMG! As for truth in the media, ‘fuhgeddaboudit’!

    We are so screwed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Chowaniec View Post
    "I'm not saying I'm there for him yet," Laura Ingraham told a magazine when asked if she would support Trump in a 2024 run.
    Lee,

    I am of the opinion that America is in the midst of a Socialist/Marxist/Revolution, and that both of our major political parties may be complicit in its advancement.

    In that regard, I believe that the Covid Pandemic may have laid the groundwork for the firm, if not totalitarian, rule which is so essential to the consolidation of any revolution.

    I also believe that the George Floyd murder may in the future, become known as the spark which ignited the revolution.

    That opinion is what led me to question both the McCarthy tweet and the Gingrich comments on post #3165, and which now prompt me to respond to the Ingraham quote illustrated above.

    The reader may recall, all of his rantings against the Washington Swamp and the Deep State notwithstanding, that Trump very quickly transformed his administration into a haven for Washington Swamp creatures.

    In that regard, the appointments of Priebus, McMaster, Kelley, Conway, et al, not only seemed to contradict his stated campaign values, but appeared to pose an internal threat to his promised Swamp drainage.

    Throughout his Presidency, I was troubled to observe Trump constantly spewing his well-known anti-Swamp rhetoric, while simultaneously empowering that very same breed of establishment actors.

    In retrospect, it seems to me that Trump's behavior was either a rather bizarre, almost bi-polar, approach to governance, or reflected a diabolical, cynical, convoluted complicity in this perceived revolution, now known as the Great Reset.

    To illustrate, I wish to make two points:

    (1) Trump's initial approach to the Covid Pandemic may have had some merit, but I simply never understood why Trump, to the exclusion of other learned minds, turned complete pandemic response over to Dr. Fauci.

    In so doing, did not Trump effectively surrender, long-term, the functional control of the United States government to an overt narcissist?

    It seems to me that Trump, strictly as a political creature, should have understood that Anthony Fauci and Deborah Birx, on a daily basis, exploited the bully pulpit of their daily 5:00 p.m. briefing, to thrust upon the American people, their own special brand of pandemic response, and did so while sharing the same stage with Trump, whom they wantonly discredited; a Trumpian tactical blunder in support of a Presidential strategic calamity.

    (2) The Trump response to violence which erupted following the murder of George Floyd showed the President, at least on the surface, to be in President Nixon's words, "a pitiful, helpless giant."

    As rioting crowds overtook American cities, defying any logic attendant to the Covid protocols, and while the eminent Fauci seemed to lack enthusiasm for calling out the rioters..


    Jim Jordan presses Fauci on protests, COVID-19


    Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) pressed Anthony Fauci with a series of combative questions on Friday, asking him whether the government should limit protests to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.

    Jordan, a close ally of President Trump and member of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, drilled down on Fauci at a House hearing, echoing an argument often made by conservatives that there is a double standard when liberals and some public health experts support widespread Black Lives Matter protests, which bring together thousands of people, but push for restrictions on other gatherings like those at churches.

    Fauci did not address the protests directly, but said more broadly: "Avoid crowds of any type no matter where you are ... I don't judge one crowd versus another crowd."
    Reference: https://thehill.com/policy/healthcar...tests-covid-19

    ...Trump did nothing of substances.


    Also, while Fauci did not call-out his colleagues regarding their encouragement of the protest...
    Over 1,000 health experts sign letter supporting anti-Black racism protests despite COVID-19 risks
    Reference: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/asithappens...isks-1.5603025

    Trump did nothing of substance to call-out the medical professionals for their reckless position; his silence regarding Fauci's failure to criticize the position of the medical professionals regarding the protesters was pathetic and glaring.

    More alarming, as American cities burned, and as American lives were lost, Trump sat helplessly as Governors of Blue States told him to mind his own business.

    As Washington D.C. burned, and as the White House itself came under siege, Trump pathetically deferred to the admonishments of his own Secretary of Defense and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, as they publicly and defiantly refused a Presidential order to deploy federal forces to confront the violent insurrection.

    Defense Secretary Mark Esper opposes using Insurrection Act for George Floyd protest unrest, angering White House

    PUBLISHED WED, JUN 3 202011:15 AM EDTUPDATED WED, JUN 3 20203:43 PM EDT
    Reference: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/03/espe...ction-act.html

    Perhaps a quick tutorial of American history, or perhaps a supernatural channeling of figures in Presidential history, would have well-served Trump?

    Perhaps we could have asked President Lincoln how he dealt with his problematic General McClellan?

    Perhaps he could have consulted President Truman about how he handled His Majesty Douglas MacArthur?

    Do you think that John Kennedy would have shared his trade secrets regarding his handling(s) of General Lemnitzer and CIA Director Dulles?

    I have tried to give Trump the benefit of the doubt regarding the points described-above, but the former President lost me a couple of weeks ago when he told Maria Bartiromo that he wanted to fire Anthony Fauci, but did not because of push back from the Left.

    EXCLUSIVE: Trump COVID advisor Scott Atlas believes Fauci wasn't fired for his 'destructive' policies because president's advisors warned him 'not to rock the boat in an election year'

    Trump-era WH COVID adviser Dr. Scott Atlas said the former president didn't fire Dr. Anthony Fauci becuase aides warned him not to during an election year

    'I was shocked that it wasn't done because President Trump is not afraid of firing people,' Atlas told California Rebel Base podcast host Steve Hilton

    Trump said in a Sunday interview he did the right thing by not firing Fauci, who at the time was helping establish the administration's coronavirus response

    'I did it right, because if you do fire him you're going to have a firestorm on the left again, as usual,' Trump told Fox News' Maria Bartiromo
    At the time of his political calculation regarding Fauci, was Trump unaware of this?



    US Military Report States COVID-19 Was Created by a US-Funded EcoHealth Alliance Program at Wuhan Institute of Virology

    By Jennifer Van Laar | Jan 11, 2022 3:00 AM ET


    ...The analysis reports that the 2018 EcoHealth Alliance coronavirus research proposal that DARPA rejected because it was too risky and likely violated the gain of function research ban was then funded by NIH/NIAID and carried out, and that SARS-CoV-2 – a/k/a COVID-19 – resulted from that research and escaped in August 2019.
    Reference: https://redstate.com/jenvanlaar/2022...Nc-IM_Uceu6U34

    At this point in time, does it not appear that in 2020, Trump's decision not to fire Fauci tended to put politics before the good of the nation; personal benefit before the public safety?

    Whether complicit, clueless, or just selfish, I feel that in 2024, America can do better than Trump, not to mention Clinton, Biden, Harris,or any other Leftist whacko.
    Last edited by mark blazejewski; January 18th, 2022 at 12:49 PM.
    Gooooooooooobye!

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    Is Biden just a complete a dumb ass, or is he deliberately encouraging a Russian invasion of Ukraine?

    This what Biden said about a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine today:

    "It's one thing if it's a minor incursion and we end up having to fight about what to do and not do, et cetera."
    But if Russia launches a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, this would be a "disaster for Russia."
    Reference: https://www.axios.com/biden-russia-u...abdf0ff98.html


    In all of his nearly 80 years of life experience, did Biden ever read a history book?

    Green, Yellow, Or Red—What Color Was Dean Acheson’s Speech?
    by Miles Maochun Yu
    Thursday, March 9, 2017

    ...But Mr. Acheson’s speech was also a green light. In his effort to prevent Soviet domination in Asia, Mr. Acheson was completely blindsided by the fact that Stalin, Mao, and Kim were all communists in a united front against the United States and its allies. In the speech, Mr. Acheson foolhardily encouraged a “national independence” movement to prevent Soviet domination in Asia, strongly signaling Mao Zedong that the U.S. would not intervene if Chinese troops moved to “liberate” Taiwan or Kim’s troops did so to “liberate” South Korea. Instead, Washington would consider these moves to be directed towards “nationalist independence.” In other words, any aggression launched by Mao or Kim would be legitimized as a just expression of Asian “nationalism,” not necessarily a Soviet-directed communist expansion. The exclusion of South Korea and Taiwan from the American “defense perimeter” is thus the proof of Mr. Acheson’s faith in Mao and Kim as possible communist leaders to be peeled off from Moscow at some future date. In this sense, Mr. Acheson’s speech was the coveted green light for Stalin, Mao, and Kim.
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    Gooooooooooobye!

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    Country headed in the right direction says Biden

    While saying in his press conference today that he has accomplished more in his first year as president than any previous president, that the economy is doing great, employment is down that the country is headed in the right direction, when asked why his poll numbers indicate the public doesn’t agree, Biden declares he doesn’t believe the poll numbers.

    While there was no discussion on crime, the border crisis, illegal immigration or the continuing virus surge and its mixed messaging, the mainstream media will call Biden’s delivery impressive. Others will see it differently and agree with the FOX analyses:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...edgdhp&pc=U531

    Yes, it’s FOX guys, the so-called existential threat to democracy. However, they seem to be selling a narrative that is hitting home with the majority of the American public.

    Thank God Mr. Biden claimed he was not a socialist. One would have to believe he and his policies indicate otherwise. America has gotten a taste of Marxist socialism and find it distasteful. and counterproductive.

    Trump has met his match in arrogance, narcissism, temperament, and mendaciousness. No wonder his advisors want Biden kept in the basement.

    Biden pledged to be out on the campaign trail helping fellow Democrats in their pursuit for 2022 election victory. One would have to advise said candidates – ‘Thanks, but no thanks,’ Mr. president!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Chowaniec View Post
    Country headed in the right direction says Biden

    While saying in his press conference today that he has accomplished more in his first year as president than any previous president, that the economy is doing great, employment is down that the country is headed in the right direction, when asked why his poll numbers indicate the public doesn’t agree, Biden declares he doesn’t believe the poll numbers.

    While there was no discussion on crime, the border crisis, illegal immigration or the continuing virus surge and its mixed messaging, the mainstream media will call Biden’s delivery impressive. Others will see it differently and agree with the FOX analyses:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...edgdhp&pc=U531

    Yes, it’s FOX guys, the so-called existential threat to democracy. However, they seem to be selling a narrative that is hitting home with the majority of the American public.

    Thank God Mr. Biden claimed he was not a socialist. One would have to believe he and his policies indicate otherwise. America has gotten a taste of Marxist socialism and find it distasteful. and counterproductive.

    Trump has met his match in arrogance, narcissism, temperament, and mendaciousness. No wonder his advisors want Biden kept in the basement.

    Biden pledged to be out on the campaign trail helping fellow Democrats in their pursuit for 2022 election victory. One would have to advise said candidates – ‘Thanks, but no thanks,’ Mr. president!
    His speech yesterday was well, I was yawning. The best wish list for the GOP is to have Resident Biden on the trail for the 2022 upcoming elections. Sweet...

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    CNN fact-checking Biden, I’m shocked

    When Biden took office last year, CNN and its mainstream media colleagues declared there no longer was any reason to fact-check honest Abe Biden. The country was rid of the pathological lying Donald Trump.

    It appears the time has come when Biden media sycophants can no longer defend the defenseless. CNN did it gracefully, but hey, ‘who wouda thunk’?

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...?ocid=msedgntp

    Mr. Biden recently told us he has accomplished more in his first year of presidency than any of his predecessors, that the economy is great, his policies are working, that the country is headed in the right direction, and that he is going to stay the course. And if you don’t believe him, you are a deplorable racist!

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    Ivermectin: People on death beds still denied its therapeutic use in hospitals

    Despite hearing ivermectin success stories in treating COVID patients sentenced to die in hospitals, the treatment will not be administered unless court ordered.

    Two men on ventilators—one in Florida and one in Arizona—died within 24 hours of each other, even as their families were still fighting with hospitals for the chance to try alternative treatments.

    After all other treatments offered by the hospitals failed, both families had begged to try ivermectin and other alternative treatments for COVID-19, as outlined in a protocol by the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance.

    Daniel Pisano, 70, had been fighting for his life in Mayo Clinic Florida since Dec. 11. His battle ended late Jan. 19. Stephen Judge, 69, had struggled to overcome his illness in Banner Ironwood Medical Center in Queen Creek, Arizona, since Nov. 17. He died on Jan. 20. Pisano had been on a ventilator for 36 days; Judge had been on a ventilator for 44 days.

    Both hospitals repeatedly refused the families’ requests for alternative treatments and have not responded to repeated requests for comment by The Epoch Times.
    Mayo Clinic vigorously fought the Pisano family’s efforts in court and won, then won again when the family appealed the first judge’s decision. The family had filed a lawsuit requesting an emergency injunction ordering Mayo Clinic to allow treatment prescribed by an outside doctor they trusted.

    In court filings the company had asked to have sealed, attorneys and a doctor for the hospital said it was not clear what would happen to Daniel Pisano if the treatment requested by the family was used. The family had offered to sign a waiver releasing the hospital from all liability related to Pisano’s treatment.


    At Christie DeTrude’s request, Dr. Balbona promised the hospital that he would take over her husband’s care. He ordered oxygen, medication, and home-health assistance for the family, she said. As she waited for Mayo doctors to agree to discharge him, Christie DeTrude prayed every day that her husband could hang on a little longer.

    After 46 days at Mayo Clinic, Dewey DeTrude finally was discharged and immediately started following Dr. Balbona’s instructions, taking ivermectin, fluvoxamine to prevent blood clots, and propranolol to treat anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder from his hospital stay. He also took Vitamin C, Vitamin D, and zinc. He ate healthy food and spent time in the sunshine. Within days, it was clear her husband was on the mend, Christie DeTrude said. Now, four months later, “he’s working part-time, going to the gym,” she said.



    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) saying the drug was useless in treating Covid, could be dangerous and even lethal, shared this tweet on Aug. 21, 2021, mocking the use of the drug ivermectin in the treatment of COVID-19. “You should be embarrassed to practice medicine, to sue the Mayo Clinic to get horse medicine to a human being, because of Internet garbage,” one person seethed on a voicemail at Balbona’s office after his court testimony was mentioned in an Epoch Times article.

    “Your license should be revoked, you worthless piece of garbage. You are killing people, not helping them, and to harass the Mayo Clinic, because you are not good enough to be their doctor is disgusting. Disgusting. You and doctors like you should all be banned from society. Shame on you. Disgusting. Goodbye and good riddance. I hope you get COVID. Goodbye.”

    Dr. Balbona says he deletes messages like that and pushes on with his treatment of patients. It’s “just the intolerance and hatred that takes me by surprise,” he said, about his office communications now getting “flooded by hate.”

    The Epoch Times spoke to a dozen people who have used ivermectin formulated for humans to treat COVID-19 at home. Most obtained prescriptions for the drug through online medical services. None reported having any side effects, even those who admitted to using ivermectin formulated for animals.

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    Whether there is a Republican or a Democrat in the White House, some people speak of a Deep State, "Shadow Government."

    Those people many times are called "Conspiracy Theorists."

    Well, here a two very similar circumstances, one involving a Republican, and another involving a Democrat, which may lend some credibility to the "Shadow Government" speculations:

    (1) President Donald Trump, June 1, 2020:

    “If a city or state refuses to take the actions that are necessary to defend the life and property of their residents, then I will deploy United States military and quickly solve the problem for them."
    https://www.politico.com/news/2022/0...-russia-527440

    Trump's Secretary of Defense Mike Esper, June 3, 2020:

    “I say this not only as Secretary of Defense, but also as a former soldier and a former member of the National Guard, the option to use active-duty forces in a law enforcement role should only be used as a matter of last resort, and only in the most urgent and dire situations. We are not in one of those situations now."
    In his comments, Secretary Esper boldly reversed a Presidential policy.

    Reference: https://www.vox.com/2020/6/1/2127733...surrection-act

    (2) President Joseph Biden, 4:00 p.m. hour, January 19, 2022:

    “It’s one thing if it’s a minor incursion, and then we end up having a fight about what to do and not do, et cetera. But if they actually do what they’re capable of doing with the force amassed on the border, it is going to be a disaster for Russia.”

    Uncharacteristically, when President Biden spoke those words, his verbiage appeared to be carefully crafted and exact.

    White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, 6:00 p.m. hour, January 19, 2022:

    "If any Russian military forces move across the Ukrainian border, that’s a renewed invasion, and it will be met with a swift, severe, and united response from the United States and our Allies,”
    Reference: https://www.politico.com/news/2022/0...-russia-527440

    Jen Psaki's comments reversed that very clear and exact Presidential assertion.


    COMMENT:

    In both the case of Trump and Biden, both policies were very clear.

    In both cases, Trump and Biden did not personally, publicly, reverse their policies, subordinates did.

    Exactly who, or perhaps what group, is truly in charge of the government of the United States?
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    Biden just doesn’t get it!

    After grocery shopping this morning and filling up the gas tank, paying the escalating energy bills, etc., it becomes quite clear why 70% of Americans believe inflation is the existential crisis and threat to their family’s best interest – by far outweighing Biden’s Build Back Better and Voting Rights priorities.

    Wages have risen to decade-high rates but so has inflation. The majority of workers are still losing money because of higher prices. Sen. John Kennedy of Louisiana told Insider on Wednesday. Soaring wages also risk keeping high inflation around. Raises look good on paper, but they can play a role in driving inflation higher if the rest of the economy isn't keeping up.

    Recent polls show it taking clear preeminence over other issues both in terms of importance and negative reviews of Biden. Voters fault Biden for his lack of attention to this issue more than on other ones. 65 percent of people are saying he is not paying the issue enough attention. Even 4 in 10 Democrats agreed.

    As a senior collecting Social Security, living on a fixed income, watching his savings deplete, I cannot but question how many retirees are managing.

    The average Social Security distribution is $1,655 per/month. A 5.9% increase in 2022 adds $92 to offset the 7% cost-of-living-increase. That $92 per month increase will be eaten up in food outlay alone.

    There are approximately 48 million retirees collecting Social Security. The most a person who files a claim for ss retirement benefits in 2022 can receive is:

    $2,364 for someone who files at age 62
    $3,345 who files at full retirement age (66 and 2 months for people born in 1955, 66 and 4 months for people born in 1956)
    $4,194 for someone who files at age 70

    Considering the average distribution is $1,565 and the minimum is $1,345, there are a large number of SS recipients struggling if they have no other income streams.

    That is why Biden’s Civil Rights Act gets only a 6% priority rating and Build Back Better bill is receiving low marks for fear of further fueling inflation. Biden and his media lackeys are selling the Biden narrative of “I have accomplished more in my first year in office than any previous administration.” The public is not buying.

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    CEO’s address ‘woke’

    Interesting. Wish that were true across all industry and the U.S. America has had enough of left-Marxist socialist policies and culture shaming practices that are not in the best interests of our country and further dividing its citizens.

    What CEO’s are saying when they lash out against ‘woke’ America

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/news...?ocid=msedgntp

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    FOX poll has Biden at 47% approval rating, but…

    The network, which regularly takes issue with Biden and the way his administration has handled things, released a new survey on Sunday, giving him a 47% approval rating. Compared to most other surveys released over the last month, Fox’s numbers are several points higher, and mark one of Biden’s highest ratings since November.

    That said, Fox News also pointed out the high (and growing higher) disapproval ratings for the president in other areas.
    According to their survey, 52% of people disapprove of his handling of the pandemic (up from 38% in April 2021), 54% disapprove of his handling of foreign policy (up from 41% in April 2021), 58% disapprove of his handling of the economy (up from 42% in April 2021) and 59% disapprove of his handling of border security (up from 51% in April 2021).

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...?ocid=msedgntp

    Although large majorities of Americans say the U.S. is going in the wrong direction, that they are falling behind economically and that political polarization will continue, Biden gets a boost in this poll. Go figure.

    Police were killed and wounded over the weekend, the stock market is tanking today, the left is soft on crime and big on CT, illegal immigration is out of control, and still mired in Covid (with a new strain discovered), so much for polls.

    That said, it appears to us independents that regardless how bad shape the country is in, the country has become so polarized, so divided, so filled with hate and shaming, it will never heal / unite under a Trump, Biden, or Harris administration

    We are so screwed!

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    Biden is out of touch with the America

    Not only is Biden and the left out of touch with America, he is venting and marginalizing everyone who questions his policies and blames everyone but himself for his failures. He is even receiving criticism from his mainstream media.

    As someone old enough to have followed Biden’s career from day one, his ineptness, arrogance and temper come as no surprise.

    America’s primary concern is inflation (85%). However, it is closely followed by surging crime rates (81%), political divisions (78%), and the coronavirus pandemic (72%). While Biden’s narrative focuses on his claim of success in accomplishing more in his first year of office, America is not buying it. And now to his lexicon of calling those questioning his agenda / policies racists, sexists, deplorables he adds SOB’s. Yep, that’s the Joe Biden I have come to know.

    https://video.foxnews.com/v/6293455636001/


    Biden touts plan for lowering prices as inflation surge continues

    Seriously?

    https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics...urge-continues


    Biden no longer seen as competent or effective

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/joe-bi...nbc-chuck-todd

    While the majority of left media continue to sing Biden’s praises, not all are.
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