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State of the Union, no room for working together!
I was unable to watch President Biden’s State of the Union Address last Wednesday evening. So I tried to look at several news channels and on websites to try to get a picture of what he talked about.
Much of his speech focused on what he hopes to do over the next year with major priorities like gun control and immigration, his infrastructure bill, education, and childcare plans.
I found a piece written by Eric Levitz on the Intelligencer feed titled, “Five Messages Joe Biden sent in his address to Congress.
First, “Learn to Code, get smarter, you should not expect to enjoy a middle class of living unless you get a college education.” The Democratic Party will even choose a college for you. That way they can brainwash you into their liberal way of thinking.
Second, “If you don’t want to soak the rich, you want to screw the middle-class.”
Third, “If you’re not with him, you’re against American global supremacy.”
Fourth, “If you favorite Democratic policy doesn’t pass, don’t blame me.”
Fifth, “If you re-elect me, I’ll keep you bored and well feed.”
And, from the Daily Torch came this about the President’s speech written by Catherine Mortensen:
“President Biden’s awkward faux State of the Union address will go down in history a the moment the Democrat Party fully embraced socialism. Biden couched his radical agenda in language meant to sooth and appease. He is counting on Americans not paying close attention to what he is saying. But here at Americans for Limited Government, as a public service to those of you who cannot stomach to watch the old man, we’re paying close attention to everything he says and does. Here is what Biden said Wednesday night, and here is what right thinking Americans heard.
“What he said: Tonight, I come to talk about crisis and opportunity, about rebuilding the nation, revitalizing our democracy, and winning the future for a America.”
What I heard: “Tonight, I come here to talk about exploiting a global pandemic to destroy the nation, undermine our democracy and winning future elections for my party.”
What he said: “[The Jan. 6 Capitol breach was] the worst attack on our democracy since the Civil War.”
What I heard: “I am an idiot who doesn’t remember Pearl Harbor or the 9-1-1 terrorist attacks. I am going to continue exploiting January 6 throughout this speech because it justifies unleashing the full power of government against my political opponents.”
What he said: “When I was sworn in on January 20, less than one percent of the seniors in America were fully vaccinated. One hundred days later 70 percent of seniors in America over 65 are protected, fully protected.”
What I heard: “Thanks to President Trump’s tremendous leadership and Operation Warp Speed, today, 70 percent of seniors in America over 65 are protected, fully protected. Yet they still must wear masks because Dr. Fauci says so.”
What he said: “We kept our commitment, Democrats and Republicans, of sending $1,400 rescue checks to 85 percent of American households. We’ve already sent more than 160 million checks out the door.”
What I heard: “I am literally using your money to buy your vote in the next election. I want to normalize government handouts for everyone and make you dependent on government largesse. I wanted to sign a check too. The Orange Man doesn’t get to have all the fun of playing Santa.”
What he said: “I inherited a nation, we all did, that was in crisis. The worst pandemic in a century. The worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.”
What I heard: “I am one lucky SOB, Trump took the brunt of the crisis had to make all the tough decisions and led our nation to a robust recovery so I can claim credit for Trump’s successful leadership.”
What he said: “This shouldn’t be a red or blue issue. And, no amendment to the Constitution is absolute, you can’t yell ‘Fire’ in a crowded theater.”
What I heard: “I will interpret the Bill of Rights as I see fit to further my political agenda.”
If you would like a complete copy of “What he said and what I heard”, let me know.
Thanks for reading! ~Carlton