JOE Biden

When Joe Biden took office in 2021, he came in on the heels of a crippling global pandemic that took the lives of millions, and almost half of American Voters believed Donald Trump was the true winner of the election. The “Big Lie” was perpetrated by Donald and his gang of rag-tag lawyers, causing significant damage to the integrity of our voting systems and the office of the President.

Biden could hardly count on his voters for support as many young voters only voted for him to avoid another four years of a Trump presidency. Surprisingly, the same young voters have been some of his most prominent critics, often alluding to his old age as a reason for his alleged poor leadership. And his support for our ally in the Middle East against Hamas terrorists has caused extreme liberal lawmakers to turn their backs on him as well. He’s getting rocks thrown at him from both sides of the aisle.

But despite all Biden’s blunders in the last four years, like falling off a bike, saying the wrong country name when talking about Europe or the Middle East, or making up his own words altogether, that all seems behind him now. He came out strong for his State of the Union address last week. Biden was clear and concise with his message and didn’t mince words when it came to his own accomplishments as President. Brining attention to his student loan forgiveness initiative, which relieved thousands of Americans during a time when every dollar counts. Biden’s address to Americans obviously doubled as a speech to boost his campaign, and it did. His campaign raised a record breaking 10 million dollars in 24 hours after his speech.

Maybe voters and lawmakers alike have counted out Joe Biden too soon. But no matter who you vote for, remember voting is the only way your voice can be heard.

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