Joe Biden has had nearly 50 years to deliver on the hollow promises he’s made since he entered politics in 1973. Trump announced his running for President in 2015 and entered politics when he received the Republican nomination for President and won the race. He hasn’t been in office for even four total years yet and has already delivered on several promises he made on the campaign trail.
Joe Biden makes glittering promises and alluring statements about what he would accomplish as President, but he is such a hypocrite it’s hard to believe-or understand for that matter-what comes out of Joe Biden’s mouth.
It seems rather interesting that Joe Biden would sponsor a bill to combat violence against women and girls when he is an accused rapist and there are over a dozen counts of footage of him grooming young girls on television.
It is very odd that Biden would sponsor a bill allowing for the protection of due process for police officers and yet in the last six months as riots and anti-police protests have broken out all across the country he refused to call an end to the violence against police.
14 years ago, Joe sponsored a resolution calling for the President, then George W. Bush, to use executive action to put an end to violence in Darfur, Sudan. But in 2020, when President Trump sends in the National Guard to end violence in American cities Joe Biden doesn’t agree with it.
These are just a few examples of the Democratic hypocrisy that Joe Biden delivers on a daily basis.
From the campaign trail, Donald Trump made several promises to Americans. He promised a wall, more American jobs, that he’ll be tough on foreign powers, that he is pro-military and veteran, that he would fight the opioid epidemic, that America will produce its own resources and increase exports, would make efforts with immigration, and that everything he did would be for America.
Over 300 miles of the border wall has been built. Since the last election, almost 4 million jobs were created, and he lowered the unemployment rate across every demographic. Withdrew from the Paris Climate Accord, and the Iran deal. President Trump has long shouted his support and respect for the military, the veteran unemployment rate reached a 20 year low, signed the VA Choice Act and the VA Accountability Act. He secured $6 billion in new funding to fight the opioid crisis and during his first year in office reduced high-dose opioid prescriptions by 16%. U.S. coal exports have increased by 60%, for the first time since 1957 the U.S. is a net natural gas exporter, and reached an agreement with the E.U. to increase U.S. exports. He improved screening and vetting for refugees. He imposed tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum to protect national security, instituted a Travel Ban to protect Americans from terrorists, has provided more affordable healthcare options, has cut a record number of regulations, he signed the Right-To-Try act, and many more things to keep America first and great.
President Trump has proved time and time again, and continues to do so, that he is the President of the people. He really listens to Americans and their needs and he does his best to give them that. President Trump has accomplished more in less than four years what Joe Biden even tried to in his 47 years in politics.
Joe Biden proves that he is all talk and most of what he says never makes sense anyway so how could he be a good leader? How could he be tough on foreign powers? How could he connect with Americans and understand their needs? When he does try talking to Americans he calls them fat or tells them they aren’t black unless he votes for them.
Joe Biden is a very clear racist, sexist bigot and no man like that belongs in the White House. President Trump wears his heart on his sleeve but knows when to throw a punch or two and when it’s time to roll up that sleeve and get to work.
America has known no greater President Trump since Ronald Reagan, and America will continue to know Donald J. Trump as President of the United States for another four years.