Since Biden became President, many things have happened and it’s hard to name something good about his Presidency in the year and a half he’s been in office.
One of the first things he did through executive orders was to try and undo everything that Trump had put in place, regardless of the benefits that those policies provided.
He put back the regulations that Trump had eased. Industry started to gain steam, even as Covid was raging through the country under Trump’s Presidency. Gas prices were at a level that people were not suffering just to fill up the tank to go to work, run their usual errands, go to their doctor or take children to school.
Shutting down the Keystone pipeline created loss of jobs and uncertainty with oil producers. Runaway spending has caused the worst inflation in 40 years and prices are so high that people can’t afford to pay for the essentials without putting a serious strain in their budget.
There are many other decisions that have impacted this nation negatively since Biden took office that are too numerous to mention in this opinion piece. His border policies have put a strain on this nation’s resources with no end in sight.
Siding with the teacher’s union and discounting the rights of parents on what should be taught in schools has turned parents against the Democrat party and the Biden administration.
It seems that Biden has not governed as a centrist as was promised. He took a sharp turn to the left and his approval rating has plummeted incredibly.
With the midterm elections almost here, it appears that the Democrat party is going to lose both the House and the Senate. How can a President continue these policies that put the country in such dire circumstances and continue to double down on irrational policies.
It’s sad to say that all of this was totally unnecessary and an election shellacking is our only hope. The 2024 presidential elections can put the last nail in the coffin of the left wing of the Democrat party. Hopefully they will learn from their mistakes or become irrelevant as a party.