Intentionally or not, we may never know…
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Biden might be doing this “out of the blue” without having a clue what the long-term effects would be, or, he’s tired of the function in less than half a year…
And Tod Blodgett, a columnist at the Des Moines Register writes his personal opinion about this. And I may say, this is a very interesting point of view!
“In 2020, had 23,000 votes, spread across Wisconsin, Arizona, and Georgia, flipped, the Electoral College would’ve been tied, at 269-269. And with Republicans holding a majority of the states’ congressional delegations, the U.S. House of Representatives would’ve chosen Donald Trump as president.
But after five months, Joe Biden’s agenda and actions on several critical issues are diminishing Democratic prospects for 2024, and even for 2022. If the GOP retakes the House next year, it will be disastrous for the Biden-Harris administration.
But even if that doesn’t happen, the border crisis that Biden singlehandedly created has already caused many of his voters to suffer a severe case of buyers’ remorse. Nixing the Keystone pipeline was stupid and killed tens of thousands of jobs and indicated to oil-producing nations that the United States is impeding domestic petroleum production — which, under Trump’s policies, made us net energy-independent.
Increasingly, many Americans now see that Trump was the kind of president that they always wanted — but they didn’t realize they had.”
He concludes, “After all, most Americans appreciate straight talk from their elected officials and distrust career politicians, especially lawyers. Many voters prefer no-nonsense, business-style governance. Most Americans also favor “America First” policies and expect their president to prioritize their interests above those of foreign nationals — particularly lawbreakers.”
Others have also pointed out Biden’s remorse…
Buyer's remorse sets in as more American's say Biden is "too liberal" for their liking in new poll. https://t.co/sRLxvUANxr
— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) May 28, 2021
— DClark (@tweeting_dc) May 25, 2021
Do you agree with the columnist’s point of view? Has it ever occurred to you?
Tell us in the comments.