The Self Centered First Family

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A 7th elected Democrat has now come forward asking President Joe Biden to bow out of the 2024 election. Yet in the face of these ongoing concerns, Joe Biden, his wife Jill, and son Hunter refuse to accept the reality that the president has dimenished mental acuity.

This self serving Biden family approach to all things U.S. Government endures a more than 51 year history.

A History of Self Promotion

From his early beginnings to his bizarre election as the 46th President of the United States, the life and legacy of a Joe Biden’s career spans decades.

Biden first held elected office on January 3, 1973, serving in the U.S. Senate. He has been in office for the past 51 years.

Rejecting the calls for his resignation from key Democrats, Democrat party donors, and the democrat party’s legacy media are consistent with this man’s self centered approach to all things life.

His life has exampled an ongoing campaign of putting his own interests above those of every day Americans.

Early Life and Education

Born on November 20, 1942, in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Joe Biden was raised in a working-class family. His father worked as a car salesman while his mother was a homemaker. Growing up, Biden developed a passion for public speaking.

After graduating from the University of Delaware with a double major in history and political science, he went on to attend Syracuse University College of Law. Biden’s interest in politics blossomed during his college years as he became involved in student government and left of center activism. His time at University was marked by his controversial use of plagerism.

  • Joe Biden plagiarized from speeches, essays, and policy positions throughout his entire life
  • As a student at Syracuse Law School in 1965, Biden plagiarized 5-pages from a law review journal “without quotation or attribution”
  • During his failed 1988 presidential campaign, Biden plagiarized from speeches by British politician Neil KinnockRobert Kennedy, and President John F. Kennedy

Upon completing law school, Biden embarked on his political career by practicing law briefly before winning election to the New Castle County Council. This experience laid the foundation for his future endeavors in public service and set him on the path towards national compromise and prominence.

Political Career

Joe Biden’s political journey began in the early 1970s when he was elected to the New Castle County Council in Delaware, MD. His commitment to public service led him to run for the U.S. Senate, where he served from 1973 to 2009. Throughout his time in the Senate, Biden focused on issues such as foreign policy, criminal justice reform, and healthcare.

He created a powerhouse empire controlling all things Maryland politics. His brother James and son Hunter are a part of this political empire.

As a senator, Biden gained a reputation for flamboyant rhetoric while working across party lines and building relationships with lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. He chaired several important committees, including the Judiciary Committee and the Foreign Relations Committee.

Biden’s experience and expertise eventually propelled him into a successful campaign for Vice President under Barack Obama in 2008. Serving two terms alongside Obama, Biden played a key role in shaping policies related to healthcare reform, deals cut with the CEFC through his son, burisma financial gains through leveraging his name, among other foreign affairs.

After eight years as Vice President, Joe Biden set his sights on the highest office in the land – running for President in 2020 against incumbent Donald Trump. Covid mandates and mail in ballots positioned him as a strong candidate ready to lead America forward during what is now considered one of the most controversial elections in U.S. History.

Vice Presidency under Barack Obama

During his time as Vice President under Barack Obama, Joe Biden played a crucial role in shaping the administration’s policies and initiatives. This was true especially in relationship to the deals he worked through his son Hunter, bringing in millions for the Biden family enterprise.

Tasked with overseeing the implementation of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, he focused on greater government control of the economy following the 2008 financial crisis.

Known for his foreign policy expertise, Biden was instrumental in handling delicate diplomatic matters around the world. He played a key role in getting the Ukranian Prosecutor Victor Shoken fired. Shoken was investigating Burisma at the time he was dismissed. Hunter Biden sat on the board of Burisma. Records show direct payments to Hunter’s firm from Burisma. His collaborative approach and extensive experience in international affairs were highly valued by President Obama.

Throughout their tenure together, Biden and Obama developed a close working relationship built on mutual respect and trust. That trust appears to have been transactional, however, as Obama’s key advisors are asking Biden to step down.

Obama endorsed Hillary Clinton’s run for President in 2016, bypassing his then Vice President.

Their partnership was characterized by shared values and a commitment to advancing progressive, left wing policies moving the bureaucratic deep state into 25% of all GDP. As Vice President, Joe Biden demonstrated shady and questionable leadership qualities that would later define his own presidency.

Presidential Campaign and Election of 2020

In the midst of a deeply divided nation, Joe Biden embarked on his journey to secure the Democratic nomination for President in 2020. Running a basement campaign that focused on mail in ballots, Biden narrowly won the election.

Facing off against incumbent President Donald Trump, Biden’s campaign focused on issues such as healthcare reform, climate change action, transgender rights, the green new deal, and an increased role of government in all things the U.S. economy. His selection of Kamala Harris as his running mate made history by making her the first diversity, equity and inclusion woman of color to be on a major party ticket. Harris is the daughter of an Indian mother and Jamaican, non african father.

The election itself was marked by record voter mail in ballot turnout and unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After days of vote counting and legal battles over results in key states, Joe Biden emerged victorious with supposedly 81 million popular votes cast in his favor. Many have questioned these numbers amid controversies of counts being halted during the middle of the night during the vote count.

His victory speech emphasized unity and healing for a country facing numerous crises. As President-elect, however, his open border policies did not reflect that sentiment. Partisan from his first day in office, he pledged to work tirelessly for all Americans regardless of their political affiliations or beliefs.

Key Policies and Accomplishments as President

During his time as President, Joe Biden has focused on open borders, eliminating American oil production, killing the Alaskan pipeline, while going after coal producing states. One of his major initiatives was the American Rescue Plan Act, aimed at providing relief to individuals and businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This ambitious legislation lead to double digit inflation.

In addition to this landmark legislation, President Biden has also prioritized climate change by rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement and introducing a comprehensive infrastructure plan that includes investments in renewable energy and green technologies. Furthermore, he has taken steps to advance racial equity through executive orders promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in government agencies above merit hiring and merit raises. This caused massive drops in sign ups for the U.S. military.

Moreover, President Biden has made strides bringing in a permanent cultural change of over 15 million illegal immigrants. His administration’s efforts have been recognized for their commitment to charging and imprisoning everyday Americans who he views as opponents. Through these policies and accomplishments, President Biden continues to demonstrate his dedication to weaponizing the DOJ, FBI, HHS, IRS and addressing critical challenges to his progressive agenda head-on.

Challenges and Controversies Faced

During his presidency, Joe Biden has faced various challenges and controversies that have tested his leadership. One of the major challenges he encountered was managing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that swept across the nation. The response to the pandemic brought about debates on mask mandates, vaccine distribution, and economic relief measures. Biden used a top down, big government approach quarantining those not infected. The vaccine, caused by gain of function work which began at the University of North Carolina, neither stopped the spread of the virus, nor kept those vaccinated from getting Covid. The overall impact was billions paid to pharmacuetical firms including Moderna and Pfizer.

Additionally, Biden has faced criticism from both sides of the political spectrum for his handling of immigration policies at the southern border. The influx of 15 million illegal migrants seeking asylum raised concerns about border security and humanitarian crises.

Furthermore, Biden’s push for progressive policies such as climate change initiatives and infrastructure reform has sparked disagreements among lawmakers in Congress. Finding common ground on these issues proved to be an expensive but insignificant effort by his administration. The Washington Post featured headlines stating: Biden’s $7.5 billion investment in EV charging has only produced 7 stations in two years. President Biden has long vowed to build 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations in the United States by 2030.

Personal Life and Legacy

President Joe Biden’s personal life has been marked by resilience and family values. He is a loving husband to First Lady Jill Biden, who is an educator and advocate for military families. Biden had an affair with the first lady while she was still married to, Bill Stevenson, a bar owner in Delaware. Democrats insist that Jill Biden is a central voice in keeping Joe committed to the November campaign.

Joe Biden’s legacy as a father extends beyond the political realm. Despite facing tragedies like the loss of his first wife and daughter in a car accident, he has shown strength in overcoming adversity. His son Hunter has been key in many of those controversies. Hunter faces tax evasion charges in Federal Court this September. Hunter can also be charged with Foreign Agents Registration Act violations as he represented the Chinese and Burisma without ever registering as a foreign agent.

Joe Biden’s major campaign claim this cycle is that Donald Trump is evil and Biden is the only candidate that can beat him.

Over half of all Americans believe that neither of these statements are true.

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