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Maybe it’s his mental capacity, but Biden, even before he took office, seemed to be barely connected to anything outside the prospective Presidency. I have to admit that I am not following him closely, but has anyone heard him address the following to any extent?
- Violence in the streets that continues to this day
- His goals of working with Congress
- His expectations (pro or con) of the upcoming impeachment
- What his plans are to encourage unity
- An appeal to Democrats to stop attacking Republicans
- Why any of his Executive Orders will be good for this country
- Explain to the public how mask mandates are good for the economy
I could go on, but it seems to me that Biden is living in a bubble. Does he actually consult with people to determine the benefits or limitations of his actions? Or do they just make a list for him and have him follow it? Did he just go back to the Obama agenda and dress it up for 2021? Did he decide simply to remove every Executive Order that Trump passed, rather than assess if any of them might be helpful?
More than ever, I think Joe Biden is barely clinging to reality. I don’t think he even knows how seriously limited he is. Certainly, everyone reassures him that he’s doing a good job in initiating actions—their plans—so why should they complain?
The new President just wants to be liked and accepted. Anyone who thinks he will take a stand against the radical Left is misguided. He will do what they tell him with sincerity and commitment. After all, he’s just along for the ride (although he doesn’t know it).
Welcome to the Presidency, Mr. Biden.
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