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The Myth of the True Biden Supporter

The Myth of the True Biden Supporter


By Friday, 30 October 2020 02:55 PM Current | Bio | Archive

With the presidential election four days away, one thing must be understood by everyone: with the exception of the highly partisan and a few friends and family members, there’s no such thing as a Biden supporter.

The reason Biden supporters are a myth is that no intelligent, thinking person would dream of voting against their own interest. Here are some examples.

Taxes: Biden promised early on that he’d raise everyone’s taxes by reversing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. He walked that back a bit since then, claiming he’d only raise taxes on corporations and any individual making greater than $400,000 annually.

But corporate taxes are ultimately a tax on individuals, because businesses have to pass those costs on to the consumer by raising the price of their goods and services.

And reversing the very corporate tax breaks that brought manufacturing back to the United States will send them running to foreign shores, with higher unemployment as the result.

Energy: Both Biden and his running mate have repeatedly said they’d ban fracking as a means of extracting oil and natural gas, and would eliminate the use of fossil fuels altogether. They’ve since eased their positi0n, and now claim that they’d gradually transition from fossil fuel, with a goal of attaining zero carbon emissions by 2025.

Last year the U.S. Chamber of Commerce commissioned a study on the effects of banning fracking, and the findings were startling. Here are a few highlights:

  • 19 million jobs would be lost nationwide
  • Gasoline prices would double
  • Electricity costs would quadruple
  • Cost of living would increase by $5,661 annually per person
  • We would have to rely on OPEC nations to meet energy needs

But we don’t need a fancy study to make these predictions. California did it for us.

The Golden State has been rapidly transitioning from fossil fuel and into renewables like wind and solar. Since then utility costs have skyrocketed in exchange for an unreliable, "on again, off again" electric service.

Healthcare: Biden would put the Affordable Care Act back on life support, a program that should have been named the unaffordable care act. Forbes reported in 2017 that premiums for the popular "Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plans increased 15% in the four years before the ACA, and 66.2% afterwards."

Biden wants to add a public option to the program, which would be the next step toward a single-payer, government-run rationed health care system.

Think of it as the DMV for your healthcare needs.

Immigration: Trump has stepped up border security and tried to keep illegal border crossings down. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., told Breitbart News that based on comments made at the last presidential debate, Biden would change all that.

"Joe Biden’s answers on immigration showed just how truly radical the Democratic Party has become," Cotton told Breitbart’s Alex Marlow. "This is now the party of open borders, mass migration, and blanket amnesty. Joe Biden said he’s going to send, in his first hundred days, a pathway-to-citizenship bill."

And that, in turn, would lead to higher unemployment.

Foreign Policy: Trump’s "get tough" policy with China, holding them responsible for trade secret theft, currency manipulation, and unfair trade practices, would come to a halt under Biden.

The former vice president told an Iowa gathering last year that he believed fears over China are overblown.

"China is going to eat our lunch? Come on, man," he said. "I mean, you know, they’re not bad folks, folks. But guess what? They’re not competition for us."

If recent reports about him and his son are accurate, China is especially "not bad folks" when they purportedly send millions to enrich his family.

Former Obama Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Biden "has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades."

Opposed to that record, Deroy Murdock observed in a recent Newsmax opinion piece that "Trump’s four Nobel Peace Prize nominations show he’s a peacemaker — not warmonger as critics claim."

Accordingly, you either support Trump or you want to see him out of office.

There's no such thing as a Biden supporter. With few exceptions, nobody is in favor of Biden’s programs — few support his agenda.

Leo Terrell knows it. On July 17, the 65-year-old Los Angeles-based lifelong Democratic civil rights lawyer and talk radio host announced that he’d be casting his vote for Trump, and it would be the first time that he will ever vote for a Republican. This prompted a new moniker for him: Leo 2.0, and he’s actively and enthusiastically campaigning for Trump.

But those voting against the president hate him so much that they’d rather see their own freedoms, their own wealth, their own life, flushed down the toilet than see Trump in the White House for four more years.

Joe Biden is irrelevant in this election.

Michael Dorstewitz is a retired lawyer and has been a frequent contributor to BizPac Review and Liberty Unyielding. He is also a former U.S. Merchant Marine officer and an enthusiastic Second Amendment supporter, who can often be found honing his skills at the range. Read Michael Dorstewitz's Reports More Here.

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