Wednesday, January 19th marks the day Joe Biden and his cadre of radical Democrat legislators failed to destroy American democracy as we know it.
The revolutionary human experiment enacted by our Founding Fathers over 200 years ago has never come this close to its perilous end. Radical leftism has threatened our way of life, our fundamental rights, and our pursuit of liberty — and one man, the cognitively deficient president Joe Biden, is hell bent on perpetuating what will undoubtedly be the conclusion of America as we know it.
Senate Republicans – with the addition of two Senate Democrats – upheld the longstanding filibuster rule that would’ve allowed radical leftists to pass Biden’s pair of horrific ‘voting rights’ bills. Of course ‘voting rights’ is merely an obfuscation of what the bill actually achieves, which is a centralized takeover of state’s right.
With Sens. Manchin and Sinema’s votes, the finally tally resulted in 48-52 — a clear party line vote which demonstrates the growing divide between good and evil in electoral politics today.
Thankfully both Manchin and Sinema sided with good.
As the final votes were tallied Joe Biden’s communications team immediately released a statement conveying the illegitimate president’s disappointment.
I am profoundly disappointed that the Senate has failed to stand up for our democracy. I am disappointed — but I am not deterred.
We will continue to advance necessary legislation and push for Senate procedural changes that will protect the fundamental right to vote.
— President Biden (@POTUS) January 20, 2022
Not to be outdone, Kamala Harris released a pair of scathing statements of her own. She posted a video to her twitter account, donned in a high-grade mask in an effort to convey the obedience she requires of the American people.
History will remember this moment—and so will the American people. The United States Senate must do everything in its power to protect the right to vote. pic.twitter.com/3i5OcGRW4e
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) January 20, 2022
There are 100 members of the United States Senate. They each have a responsibility to follow through on the oath that they all took to support and defend the Constitution of the United States, and protect the right to vote.
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) January 18, 2022
Seriously, why in the world would Kamala Harris need to wear a mask in this video? She and everyone in her circle are chock full of vaccine; there’s virtually zero chance of contracting the virus, so what’s the deal?
She’s sending a clear message to the American people that submission is required in polite liberal society. There will be no detractors — unless you want to be labeled a white supremacist, of course.
Leading RINO Sen. Mitt Romney seemed to be on the right side of history for once, releasing a statement of his own to celebrate the “good and historic night” after defeating Biden’s radical voting agenda.
The Senate voted tonight to preserve the 60 vote, bipartisan approval for legislation, saving the institution itself. Senators Manchin and Sinema demonstrated the courage of their convictions. It was a good and historic night.
— Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) January 20, 2022
Earlier in the day Biden spent an unheard of two hours in front of reporters to celebrate his first year in office. Polls released earlier that day convey America’s feelings about that first year — and Biden wished they hadn’t.
Biden’s approval rating from Democrats sank by double digits from 87% in November to 75% in the poll. The percentage of Democrats who now disapprove of him doubled from 7% to 14%. Only 1 in 4 Independents approved of Biden’s job performance while only 2% (not a typo) of Republicans approved of Biden’s job performance.
Biden’s failure to pass his voting agenda is just the latest in a long line of failures his administration has suffered in recent months as his approval rating in a left-of-center mainstream poll cratered to 33% last week.
Biden earned bad scores on major issues, including:
the economy: 34% approve, while 57% disapprove;
foreign policy: 35% approve, while 54% disapprove;
the response to the coronavirus: 39% approve, while 55% disapprove.
Not lookin’ good, Joe!
Author: Asa McCue