Joe Biden Has a Plan to Destroy America

Joe Biden Has His “Mission Accomplished” Moment in Philly – Joe Biden just had his “mission accomplished” moment and it couldn’t have come soon enough.

While speaking to an audience at Philadelphia’s Philly Shipyard, in which he was supposedly extolling the virtues of his economic policies, Biden slurred his words and bumbled about the place in a bizarre way that confounded his audience. 

“How many time you read in, inflat—that a recession’s comin’? They’ven [sic] Wall Street today said, ‘No, you’ll don’t say, rescheck [sic] comin’ now!” Biden blanched while looking lost in a verbal maze of his own making. 

Lyin’ Joe Biden

The one moment where Biden appeared cogent in the speech was when he erroneously claimed that he had grown up watching his father suffer under “trickle-down economics.” 

That’s a strange statement, considering that “trickle-down economics” was the creation of President Ronald Reagan, who did not hold office until 1980, and Joe Biden grew up in the 1950s. So, yeah, when he’s not having “senior moments” in public, Biden is reverting to his favorite pastime of outright lying to prove a political point. 

As for the substance of his speech (whatever could be made out of his slushy speaking style), Biden was flat out wrong. 

According to the forty-sixth president, “Pay for low-wage workers has gone up” under his economic policies while overall “pay has outpaced inflation.” Both claims are provably false. In fact, while inflation may have declined somewhat from its historic highs last year, it has by no means declined to such a point that it’s not serving as a hidden tax on workers; on the very middle-class that Biden seems to think his policies are protecting.

And what’s the cause of that inflation? 

It’s not systemic racism or Reaganomics! 

In fact, it’s “Bidenomics.” 

Excessive, rapid federal government spending and wildly out-of-control printing of money over the last few years caused the inflationary woes that are now murdering the middle-class. 

This is a fact no one wants to address. It’s why, while this summer going into a contentious presidential election was not the time to do it, the Republican Party is going to need to lead the charge in reining in the excessive federal spending once—if it ever does—it returns to power.

Of course, as the frontrunner of the GOP, Donald Trump, the so-called “King of Debt”, who oversaw the massive printing of money and spending to combat the COVID-19 pandemic during the last year of his term in office, is probably the worst possible person to address inflation. Nevertheless, the Republican Party has actual policies it has outlined to restrain government spending and would likely be the better of the two choices in 2024 to manage the problem.

Biden’s economic policies are killing the working-and-middle-classes. Pay may have gone up for some American workers but that pay has not kept up with inflation, cost of living, or the increasing debt levels that most Americans—notably younger Americans—are being made to live with. 

Joe Biden’s policies have done next to nothing to ameliorate these issues. 

Bidenomics is Why the World Wants Off the US Dollar

More to the point, as I’ve shown above, Bidenomics has made everything for everyone bleaker. If Biden gets a second term, it will bankrupt the United States beyond the point of no return. 

Already, the world’s powers are seeking alternatives to the US dollar as a reserve currency. 

This is not just because of geopolitics. It’s because the Americans have devalued their currency to such a point that it is increasingly unlikely it can be sustained as a reliable reserve currency in the world. 

The devaluation of the dollar has occurred because of US government domestic spending policies, of the kind that President Biden has hailed as being critical for the US middle-class.

Biden Has Much In Common with George W. Bush (and That Ain’t Good)

I mentioned earlier that the president’s bizarre, bumbling speech reminded me of George W. Bush’s shambolic “Mission Accomplished” speech. 

Just like the forty-third president’s idiotic claims that the Iraq War was over—just as the insurgency in Iraq was getting underway—the forty-sixth’s declaration that his economic policies are working in America today couldn’t be more wrong. 

Like former President Bush’s Iraq War policies in 2003, President Biden’s economic policies today are exacerbating our country’s woes. 

God help our ailing republic and our dying economy if Biden wins reelection.  

A 19FortyFive Senior Editor, Brandon J. Weichert is a former Congressional staffer and geopolitical analyst who is a contributor at The Washington Times, as well as at American Greatness and the Asia Times. He is the author of Winning Space: How America Remains a Superpower (Republic Book Publishers), Biohacked: China’s Race to Control Life (Encounter Books), and The Shadow War: Iran’s Quest for Supremacy (July 23). Weichert can be followed via Twitter @WeTheBrandon.

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