Remnants of the coronavirus permeate my city daily.
Walk outdoors, and you’ll still see individuals moving about in face diapers.
The other day I even witnessed a woman in jogging attire race through urban streets with a surgeon’s mask on. Laughable? Perhaps.
But, this is the state of the world in 2022.
To many, the darkest of days are behind us. I, however, remain cautious.
November midterms are less than ninety days away. By proxy, expect anything moving forward.
Joe Biden is a laughing stock to the world. To say his performance is subpar is a gross understatement.
The annual inflation rate in the US is the highest it has been since the early 1980s.
We can see this trickle down in our daily lives with a simple trip to the gas station or the grocery store.
Recent polls suggest an incoming Red Wave come autumn.
Voters want to punish the President based on his policies. They are ready to sweep out posts Democrats currently hold as a result of Biden’s dismal performance.
As of July 31st, Biden’s approval rating was 38%. According to Gallup, Biden is the most unpopular President since World War II.
Early returns at the polls indicate that Republicans are turning out, and Dems are not as excited.
Thus far, 54% of Americans voting in the primaries are Republicans. This spells disaster for Democrats.
Consequently, the suggestion of a ‘red wave’ is not so far-fetched. Precisely why I expect all hell to break loose once the leaves turn colors.
Ask any American with a degree of critical thinking and they will readily admit life under Trump was better.
Is Trump beyond reproach? Of course not.
Much of his term was marred by controversy, and he certainly did his part to stoke the fires between Conservatives and Liberals.
At a time when unity was needed, Trump pitted Americans against Americans.
Oftentimes, it seemed like it was for his own amusement.
Yet, Trump’s greatest feat was the manner in which he handled China.
He was one of only a few prominent Americans to recognize the true nature of the Chinese Communist Party. Trump saw China’s threat to America’s economic and political way of life.
He put our country’s best interests at heart.
For all of his shortcomings, and they are plentiful, the man’s shining legacy is the manner in which he dealt with China.
Then, just as Trump sought a second term inside the Oval Office a pandemic swept in.
The rest, as they say, is history.
You can’t sit there with a straight face and tell me America is in better shape under Joe Biden.
Not since W. has there been a President so easy to ridicule.
Unable to articulate many of his thoughts without stalling, Joe Biden makes America look weak.
And when a superpower looks weak, the rest of the world takes notice; especially China.
All we can do is hope the current administration doesn’t entirely topple our country.
Come November, Americans will send a loud and clear message to Joe Biden and company.
Will it be Trump who runs on the Republican ticket in 2024? Or will it be Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis?
Or, is it a wildcard we have yet to uncover? Time will tell but whoever it is, will certainly spell the end to Sleepy Joe’s reign.
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