Yes, we do; indeed we do, Mr. President.
Here are just some reasons why we miss our President, as borrowed from Charlie Kirk:
In less than 72 hours, Joe Biden:
—Killed 70,000+ jobs
—Eliminated women’s sports
—Left the National Guard to freeze in a garage
—Admitted he doesn’t have a plan to fight COVID
—Broke his own mask mandate EO
—Ended US energy independence
Do you miss Trump yet?
Kirk’s list doesn’t even touch upon Biden’s plans to
- open our borders once again to illegal immigrants and so-called economic refugees, pushing Americans out of jobs;
- give amnesty and citizenship to illegal aliens already here;
- suck up to both Russia and China;
- support the globalist Great Reset (iow, put America last);
- cripple our economy in the name of an alleged “climate crisis“;
- use federal funds to promote abortion;
- place an anti-white woman at the head of the DOJ’s Civil Rights division, continuing the racist narrative that civil rights laws don’t apply to white people;
- prioritize federal aid to small businesses based upon race and sex, thus discriminating against white men;
- lay the ground work for gun control, if not outright confiscation, and
- fill regime positions based upon race, sex, gender, and ethnicity quotas.
So, yes, it goes without saying that we certainly miss the once and future President greatly and apparently now so do many of the (alleged) Biden voters, of which there’s serious doubt there ever were as many as reported by the regime’s allies in the complicit, post-journalism media.
Biden promised to be a president for all Americans and laughably made “unity” the theme of his candidacy and inaugural address.
What a joker!
Apparently Biden’s definition of “unity” means that we become “unified” when all opposition to his policies is destroyed: If we don’t submit, then he’ll simply be forced to “ram” his regime’s tyrannical plans down our throats.
Not only will we be forced to “unite,” but as many are dismayed to find, we also may be forced to “follow” his regime on social media, whether we want to or not.
Dhimmi for Dummies: Now there’s a book that would probably find a publisher under Biden’s regime.
George Orwell warned in his novel 1984:
There will be no curiosity, no enjoyment of the process of life. All competing pleasures will be destroyed. But always— do not forget this, Winston— always there will be the intoxication of power, constantly increasing and constantly growing subtler. Always, at every moment, there will be the thrill of victory, the sensation of trampling on an enemy who is helpless.
If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face— forever.
Who imagined one man could be so prescient?