In Joe Biden‘s first week in office, he halted construction on the Keystone XL pipeline and signed his own version of the Green New Deal. These are moves that are expected to kill over 1 million energy jobs nationwide and cost the U.S. economy $700 billion annually.
Couple this with the fact that Mr. Biden clearly committed fraud during the campaign when he said that he has a COVID-19 plan in place — only to admit post-inauguration that “there’s nothing we can do to change the trajectory of the pandemic in the next several months.” Is it any wonder Donald Trump fought so ferociously to contest the shady election results and try to keep America’s future out of the hands of this dementia-laden, fraudulent buffoon?
We went from “the greatest jobs president that God ever created” to the fastest job killer in American history. Of the two, who has the better track record to lead us back to prosperity from the clutches of this pandemic?
In recent years there have been at least two instances of state governors being recalled because of severe voter dissatisfaction. After just one week of President Biden, who kills 20,000 jobs every time he signs his name, I’m wondering whether there’s a constitutional provision to recall a sitting U.S. president.
We’ve had a brief glimpse into the future of the greatest jobs killer in U.S. history and it’s not looking very good. If we don’t get Mr. Trump or someone like him back in office, there will be at least one economic opportunity to capitalize on: The entrepreneur who puts forth the “Don’t blame me, I voted for Trump” bumper sticker is going to make a fortune.
EUGENE R. DUNN