I am willing to bet at the inauguration if you look really close while he is taking the oath of office, you will see Joe Biden have his fingers crossed while it is on the Bible.
Just take a look at some of the reports that have come out over the past couple of days about the things he is planning on doing. He is going to erase every good thing that Donald Trump has done over the past four years.
Sure, it stands to reason that there are going to be a few things here and there that change with the passing of the keys, but Biden is pretty much going to take the entire car and have it set on fire.
Joe Biden’s handlers aren’t going to waste a single moment after he puts his hand on the Bible and lies about ‘upholding and defending’ our Constitution.
According to The New York Times, within the first 10 days of his presidency, Biden plans a legislative and executive assault on our founding, our rule of law, and our economy, all under the phony guise of ‘helping us recover.’
President-elect Joe Biden is readying a blitz of executive orders and legislation during his first ten days in the White House.
On Saturday, the New York Times reported that the president-elect and his team plan to use their first days in office to ‘signal a turning point’ away from the Trump era. Central to that effort will be a flurry of executive orders issued, followed by a broader push in Congress to pass not only economic relief for individuals impacted by the novel coronavirus pandemic, but also comprehensive immigration reform.
‘On his first day in office alone, Mr. Biden intends a flurry of executive orders that will be partly substantive and partly symbolic,’ the Times reported.
Topping the list of Biden’s first executive orders is ‘rescinding the travel ban on several predominantly Muslim countries … extending pandemic-related limits on evictions and student loan payments, issuing a mask mandate for federal property and interstate travel.’
Upon taking office, the president-elect will also rejoin the Paris Climate Accord and restore support for the World Health Organization.
On the congressional front, according to the Times, ‘plans to send sweeping immigration legislation on his first day in office providing a pathway to citizenship for 11 million people in the country illegally.’
During the primaries, ‘Bipartisan Biden’ harpooned his Democratic competitors for their ‘go it alone and to hell with Republican support’ attitude.