Biden’s First 100 Days Exposed As 100 Days Of American Weakness
Biden’s 100 Days Of American Weakness
The Center for Renewing American shared a clip via Twitter to expose how Biden’s first 100 days in office is revealed as 100 days of American weakness.
Biden’s border crisis continues as over 17,000 kids are in U.S. custody and the number is expected to climb while VP Kamala Harris is supposed to take the on addressing the border crisis.
Some footage included shows the out of hand rioting and looting that occurs once the mainstream media pushes a story when only a White officer shoots an unarmed Black man.
News footage from Fox reported how some of the laid off keystone pipeline workers are still continuing to struggle to find work after being promised with ‘green’ energy jobs. On Biden’s first day of office, he blocked the Keystone XL pipeline.
More footage revealed Sen. Sullivan who called on John Kerry to resign after a major report of leaked classified information to Iran.
John Kerry wrote to Twitter on Monday, “I can tell you that this story and these allegations are unequivocally false. This never happened- either when I was Secretary of State or since.”
Rep. Chris Steward posted to Twitter, “Biden’s first 100 days have been one thing: radical. “The largest tax increase since 1968. A spending blowout unseen since the 1960s. Bias toward Big Labor unseen since…1935. A de facto guaranteed universal income…that is untethered to work.”
Biden's first 100 days have been one thing: radical.
"The largest tax increase since 1968. A spending blowout unseen since the 1960s. Bias toward Big Labor unseen since…1935. A de facto guaranteed universal income…that is untethered to work."https://t.co/u0oPilCOKa
— Rep. Chris Stewart (@RepChrisStewart) April 28, 2021
Sen. Ted Cruz slammed Biden with a prediction, “President Biden’s speech will be just like his first 100 days, boring but radical.”
My prediction for tonight: President Biden’s speech will be just like his first 100 days, boring but radical. pic.twitter.com/7Ob7iDIORQ
— Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) April 28, 2021
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