When President Donald Trump gave his first speech to a joint session of Congress Feb. 28, 2017, outlining his goals for his administration, it was downplayed by the Hillary adoring media who still hadn’t gotten over the fact that she was soundly trounced by the man they blatantly discounted.
Congressional democrats’ visceral hatred was evident when many boycotted his inauguration, setting the tone for their contentious relationship. As a non-politician, they expected to run roughshod over him, but he antagonized them all by keeping his campaign promises, which endeared him to Americans who value the U.S. Constitution.
Blunderful Joe Biden should be given credit for being well prepped by his understandably apprehensive staff. He remained upright and read the teleprompter without major gaffes, though stumbling over several words. In stark contrast to her offensive disrespect when Trump spoke, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, seated behind Biden didn’t meticulously rip up her copy of his speech or overt her eyes from him. She repeatedly stood and applauded. Vice President Kamala Harris, seated beside Pelosi, ditched her ubiquitous, dour funereal black pant suit for a pastel pink outfit. Biden said he has tasked her with leading the job plan. Over a month ago, he appointed Harris to oversee the border crisis, though she has yet to even schedule a visit to the southern border, laughing when questioned about her mission.
Though mainly MIA since his inauguration, Biden declared his first 100 days have been about “rescue and renewal,” enthusiastically urging, “Go get vaccinated, America!”
Emulating his string-pulling mentor Barack Obama, who famously derided business owners, stating, “You didn‘t build that.” Biden parroted, “Wall Street didn’t build this country,” ridiculously declaring climate change as a means of creating jobs.
Biden, lobbing an indefensible insult at President Trump, irrationally claimed he “took over a nation in crisis,” as he touted his $1.8 trillion economic plan after recently unveiling a $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan paid for by “taxing the rich,” or punishing success, setting the stage for class warfare.
Economists warn the scheme could damage the economy as detailed in this Washington Examiner report by Brad Polumbo. The Heritage Foundation’s Parker Sheppard explains the disastrous long-run economic effects of raising the corporate tax rate to 28 percent.
America is in for a rough ride. Thank those you know who voted for this unmitigated disaster that will adversely affect future generations and set the U.S. up for third world status. Leftist partisans deserve our contempt for ignoring the historically greatest economy and lowest unemployment rates delivered by businessman Trump.