Fake American president Joe Biden sat in an office alone with a black face mask on and signed 17 executive orders on his first day illegally occupying the White House. They are designed not only to completely undo everything that the Real President Donald Trump did while in office, but also to forward an insane anti-white, anti-male, anti-heterosexual and anti-middle class agenda.
If you want, you can read the full details of the 17 orders on the New York Times website. It’s all this weird stuff about trannies, blacks, the supposed virus pandemic, and so on. But, if you read the site, you already know all that stuff.
It’s basically: “everything you hate.”
But here’s the most important part.
Immigrants cheered President Joe Biden’s plan to provide a path to U.S. citizenship for about 11 million people without legal status, mixing hope with guarded optimism Wednesday amid a seismic shift in how the American government views and treats them.
The newly inaugurated president moved to reverse four years of harsh restrictions and mass deportation with a plan for sweeping legislation on citizenship. Biden also issued executive orders reversing some of former President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, such as halting work on a U.S.-Mexico border wall and lifting a travel ban on people from several predominantly Muslim countries. He also ordered his Cabinet to work to keep deportation protections for hundreds of thousands of people brought to the U.S. as children.
“This sets a new narrative, moving us away from being seen as criminals and people on the public charge to opening the door for us to eventually become Americans,” said Yanira Arias, a Salvadoran immigrant with Temporary Protected Status who lives in Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory.
Arias is among about 400,000 people given the designation after fleeing violence or natural disasters.
Obviously, Joe Biden didn’t really win the election by 7 million votes. And obviously, it’s a lot more than 11 million people who are going to be given US Citizenship and full voting rights.
But say you believed all of it. Say that you believe every single thing that they say on CNN, as a matter of course. Even if you are that person: it is now officially completely impossible for a Republican to ever win the presidency, ever again.
That is the actual, mathematical fact of the current situation. There is no way to get around that. It is just what has happened.
So: anyone who you hear talking about “in 2024” is either an absolute moron, a lunatic, or a liar. Of course, they could also be all three of those things at the same time, or two of those things at once.
But here is the fact of life: voting is over. There is no longer any possibility of ever voting our way out of our current predicament. Donald Trump was the last chance to try to fix America through established channels, and Donald Trump has officially left the White House.
What this means is that we need to start thinking of new pathways to fix our problems, which do not involve the federal election system.
The single path that I have been able to figure, after spending about a year thinking about it, is that we need to push for red states to secede. Hopefully, we can begin that process soon. Hopefully, leaders of that agenda appear.
But it is time for everyone, including baby boomers, to accept the fact that we are not going to vote our way out of this situation, and that right now, as we speak, there is a senile man in the White House, who is signing papers written by Jews and lunatics, that are going to remove all of your basic rights. Ultimately, the plan is to kill you all, and rape your children.
We have, this week, witnessed a coup by people who are worse than communists, and have an agenda they are enacting that is significantly more brutal, and significantly less connected to any type of basic reality, than anything that Vladimir Lenin or Mao Zedong ever could have imagined, in their wildest dreams.
We are currently in a situation that is very, very bad. What we need to do is remain calm, and figure out a way to move forward.
I’m not the leader of this. I don’t even live in the United States. I am just going to continue to call them as I see them, and what must be understood is that anyone who is talking about voting in federal elections is not your friend, and should in fact be considered an enemy.