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Joe Bidens gaslighting of the American public

Thomas Hicks
On Thursday, March 11, 2021, President Joe Biden took off his mask to speak about the COVID-19 pandemic during a prime-time address from the White House's East Room. The speech was a proper word salad, mixed with sweet nothings and half promises. Such empty rhetoric from the United States' political class is commonplace. However, the cause for concern for all Americans was the many fabricated false narratives that Joe Biden sold to the public as national crises. The solution? More power to the central planners and fewer rights for the individual. The United States is fast moving from a constitutional republic to a technocratic dictatorship of elite central planners. It must be remembered that free people will never willingly hand over their rights to an authoritarian regime. Incremental steps towards tyranny are made by convincing the general populace that surrendering some of their freedoms is in their best interest. Most Americans today view surrendering their rights as not only in their best interest but necessary for the survival of an entire race or humanity as a whole. Rather than leading the free world, Joe Biden is participating in fear-mongering and spreading falsehoods. Like the ass that marches infinitely towards a carrot which has been dangled in front of its face, the American people march toward an ever-changing COVID-19 goal post. The first goal post was 15 days to slow the spread, then 30 days, then months, and now Dr. Fauci and Bill Gates say we will not return to "normal" until 2022. Klaus Schwab, executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, warns we will never go back to normal. Remember, COVID-19 has a survival rate above 99%. According to official statistics, during the last year, smoking has claimed over double the number of lives that covid has. In his speech, Joe Biden made clear his goal to vaccinate all Americans. To achieve said goal, Joe Biden claims that his administration is "mobilizing thousands of vaccinators to put the vaccine in one's arm. Calling on active-duty military, FEMA, retired doctors and nurses, administrators, and those to administer the shots." As a reward for compliance, "by July the 4th, there's a good chance you, your families, and friends will be able to get together in your backyard or in your neighborhood and have a cookout and a barbecue and celebrate Independence Day. That doesn't mean large events with lots of people together, but it does mean small groups will be able to get together." What is the definition of a large event? How many people can fit into a small group before it is considered large? Of course, no one knows. That is the point. A promise with no concrete definition is a promise that cannot be broken. Just minutes later, Joe said, "A July 4th with your loved ones is the goal. But a goal — a lot can happen; conditions can change." Even after the army of vaccinators puts the jab in your arm, there is no guarantee of having a barbeque. It was only a few minutes into the speech when Joe Biden shifted gears out of nowhere to condemn the "Vicious hate crimes against Asian Americans." Of course, there is no proof for such a statement. The definition of a hate crime is a crime motivated by prejudice against a social group. A crime itself cannot be labeled as a racial hate crime unless it can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the offender was racially motivated. This does not stop identity politicians like Joe Biden from taking advantage of media sensationalism to push a phony narrative. According to FBI crime statistics, in 2018, the number of anti-Asian hate crime incidents was 148 vs. 158 in 2019. Granted, this is an increase of ten incidents. However, according to Joe Biden's speech, Asian Americans "are forced to live in fear for their lives just walking down streets in America." What data did Joe look at to make such a bold statement? Fortunately for the Asian American community, the FBI crime statistics show Joe Biden's comments to be inconclusive at best. To fix this mess, Joe Biden proposes the "American Rescue Plan". The plan to rescue America will be realized by printing 1.9 trillion dollars out of thin air. Saving America doesn't require ending lockdowns, allowing businesses to reopen, or sending children back to school. The Biden administration plans to fight Covid-19 with the printing press, the newfound tool that modern monetary theorists praise for its effectiveness. Never mind the looming inflation or even hyperinflation. Minneapolis Fed Chairman Neil Kashkari says warnings that US inflation is about to rise are "ghost stories."