But ask yourself, what would Biden be doing differently if his goal was to purposely send the country into a tailspin?
He set off a 40-decade-high inflation spiral with his $2 trillion “rescue” plan. He exacerbated supply-chain problems by paying people not to work. He threw open the borders to millions of illegal immigrants. He needlessly kept COVID mandates and restrictions in place. He worsened shortages of baby formula and spiking gasoline prices. He encouraged foreign adversaries with his disastrous Afghanistan retreat.
In every instance, Biden has said he and his top officials were “caught off guard.” In other words, his is pleading incompetence. The public has picked up on this, which is why most Americans now believe that “incompetent” is the word that best describes this president.
But incompetence doesn’t do Biden justice. In every case, Biden knew, or should have known, what would happen if he pushed his policies. Yet he did so anyway. …
Pick one, the border:
Speaking of the border, the press has been dutifully reporting, as CNN did in March 2021, that “the border problem caught the Biden team off guard.” But that’s not true, either. Plenty of people were sounding the alarm that Biden’s open border talk would generate a flood of illegal immigrants.
But any suggestion that throwing the borders open was politically motivated, that it was part of the left’s plan to import vast numbers of future Democratic voters, is immediately attacked as racist “Great Replacement” nonsense, the kind that supposedly prompted Peyton Gendron to kill 10 people in Buffalo, N.Y.
But is it a baseless conspiracy? Democrats have barely hidden their desire to turn millions of government-dependent illegal immigrants into voting citizens by granting them amnesty. Letting millions more pour over the border now will only make amnesty that much sweeter down the road.
Don’t believe it? Here’s what the liberal Politico news site reported in 2013 about a bill that would have “reformed” immigration by, among other things, granting amnesty to 11 million illegals said to be in the country at the time.
The immigration proposal pending in Congress would transform the nation’s political landscape for a generation or more — pumping as many as 11 million new Hispanic voters into the electorate a decade from now in ways that, if current trends hold, would produce an electoral bonanza for Democrats and cripple Republican prospects in many states they now win easily.
So was the Biden border crisis another surprise, or was it intentional?
Pick another, gas prices:
How about spiraling gasoline prices, yet another area where Biden has been supposedly caught unaware, but that his policies regarding fossil fuels helped spur? …
In this case, Biden gave the game away, telling a Japanese audience that skyrocketing energy prices are part of the plan to force the nation off fossil fuels.
“When it comes to the gas prices,” he said while visiting Tokyo, “we’re going through an incredible transition that is taking place that, God willing, when it’s over, we’ll be stronger and the world will be stronger and less reliant on fossil fuels.”
So how much of a stretch is it, exactly, to believe that all these other crises are part of Biden’s (or his handlers’) plan to “transition” the country into some sort of socialist Nirvana?