From the very start of Joe Biden’s campaign for president, we’ve questioned who was really in charge.
Biden has repeatedly promised to be “everyone’s” president. But his actions show he cares little about connecting with most Americans.
The moderate Democrat continues to veer more and more left. Since “winning” the election, his decisions on staff picks only confirms that.
Now, he admits that he wants to push an agenda that few will like:
During an interview aired on Tuesday’s broadcast of “NBC Nightly News,” Joe Biden said that he isn’t taking nominating Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) off the table for Cabinet positions, but noted that there already is “significant representation among progressives in our administration,” and that his “very ambitious, very progressive agenda,” will require “really strong leaders in the House and Senate to get it done.”
I’m sure plenty of Americans picked Biden because they thought he would be a moderate who could bring Republicans and Democrats together.
Say goodbye to that, folks. Because Biden is promising to be just as divisive–if not more so–than his old boss Obama.
Biden is promising a “very progressive agenda” and wants progressive to be strongly represented in his administration.
How stupid can a man get? We’ve thrived over four years with strong conservative leadership. But if Biden does become POTUS, he’s vowing to wipe away all that success–all for what?
Because the radical left got him elected? Of course not. The radical left cost the Democrats many seats this year.
Americans made it clear they don’t want socialism, but traditional values that allow all to succeed.
Biden, or the people telling him what to say, is ignoring all that to push their radical agenda.
So much for being a president of both Republicans and Democrats. I’m sure there are plenty of Democrats who don’t want a “very progressive agenda.”
If Biden does take the White House, it will be up to Republicans in the House and Senate to stop him. Not to mention Republican state leaders, who will need to take his radical decisions to the courts.
And, tell me this, who is running the Supreme Court these days?