Your point of view: Biden

My mother was a woman on the constituency committee for the Democratic Party. When I was 12, I helped my mother distribute Democratic pamphlets in Alton, on Broadway, at the Princess Theater.

I attended Marquette Catholic High School, followed by four years in the Marine Corps. I worked as a union employee at a local factory while in college.

In college, I wrote a business class paper on the important relationship between labor and the Democratic Party. The suppression of schools by the teachers’ unions made me think of my university newspaper. I feel for the women and men teachers who are gifted in their profession and have been forced to suffer dereliction of duty. It is not unrealistic to assume that many of these teachers will aspire to teach in charter and private schools.

In 1980 I moved my family to Texas. Jimmy Carter was the US President. Inflation at that time was 14.6%. The interest rate on my home loan was 16%. Jimmy Carter is the last Democrat I voted for.

Here we are 42 years later and we have Joe Biden as president. I have many opinions and feelings about Joe. My main opinion is that he is unqualified to be President of the United States and leader of the free world. My main feeling is that of sympathy. The world recognizes that President Biden suffers from cognitive impairment – poor memory when remembering learned facts or multi-step written instructions.

Several months ago, Sky News, an international news organization that broadcasts to Europe, the Middle East and Africa, aired on television the mental gaffes Biden makes during his interviews. After the screening, the commentator said, “China and Russia are watching.

Recently, in Saudi Arabia, a television program had a man representing President Biden and a woman representing the vice-president, on stage, in front of a microphone. As the fake president would forget a name, the fake VP would help him. As the fake president walked away from the mic, she picked him up and replaced him. As he fell asleep at the microphone, she woke him up. This facade has aired on US TV, depending on which channel you’re watching.


The alignment of the media with the Democratic Party is overwhelming. The Wall Street Journal wrote the following, in relation to the New York Times newspaper: “There is no doubt that the failure to pursue the disclosures in Hunter Biden’s laptop was the most egregious example of media bias in our history. This most likely swung the 2020 election to President Biden. The laptop suggested he was taking advantage of his son’s business connections. »

My thought process would not be accepted on “Twitter.” Go Elon Go!

SE Crowson

Godfrey

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