Joe Biden Is The WH Houseplant President

Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign was conducted entirely from his Delaware basement. It was the Zoom candidacy and is fair to assume that his events had been heavily edited and pre-taped.

Utterances that could end any other candidate’s candidacy, such as “if you don’t vote for me you ain’t black” and “poor children are just as bright and talented as white children,” hardly made it to the media’s radar. It was astonishing that the Democrat party gathered around an old white man who had almost 50 years’ worth of embarrassing gaffes.

Because they understood that a giant fern can hide a stain or a ding in the wall, much like a houseplant. Biden is the familiar, grandfatherly figure that hides the radical leftward shift being made by the Democrats. Biden claimed normalcy but has actually signed on to some of the most progressive and radical policies in history. They are not Biden’s executive orders. These were created for him by staffers and extreme left-wing activists. These were spelled out by the Unity Platform Biden campaign, which was negotiated with Bernie Sanders’ wing of the party.

Biden ordered children not to be served reduced lunches if the school refused to allow transgender students to use the opposite sex locker room or bathroom. However, we all know that Biden is not the one in charge.

Joe Biden fell from his bike over the weekend he returned to the White House. He attended the launch of a new program that encourages wind power use on Thursday. Someone snapped a photo of Biden as he sat on the dais with a piece of paper in his hand. One would think that Biden might have bullet points to remind himself of specific topics. When giving speeches, many speakers take notes.

However, when people tried to destroy the image, they discovered that the list contained specific instructions about what Biden should do during this event. To emphasize the point, it included capital letters.

The complete list is

  1. YOU enter the Roosevelt Room and say hello to participants
  2. YOU take YOUR seat
  3. Press enters
  4. You give brief comments
  5. Press departs
  6. YOU ask Liz Schuler, president of the AFL-CIO, a question Note: Liz is joining virtually
  7. YOU thank participants
  8. You depart

The country is also experiencing a fuel crisis. Biden sent out scathing letters to CEOs of oil companies, threatening to invoke Defense Production Act. He also shouted at gas station operators to lower gasoline prices in an inflationary marketplace. He did not meet with executives from oil companies when they arrived at the White House on Thursday. Jennifer Granholm, the secretary of Energy, was the sole leader of the meeting. Granholm is the same person who told Americans to buy electric cars but couldn’t explain how energy would be used to charge them.

Joe Biden isn’t in charge. Americans need to know who is in charge of policy implementations. Everyone has their own ideas of who is in charge whether it be members of team Obama, Susan Rice, or Chief of Staff Ron Klain. It is clear Joe Biden is simply showing up and taking credit publicly for the White House agenda.

“I think that what we’re seeing now, is Joe and the administration are essentially finishing the job,” Obama said. “And I think it’ll be an interesting test.

“Ninety percent of the folks who were there in my administration, they are continuing and building on the policies we talked about, whether it’s the Affordable Care Act or our climate change agenda and the Paris [climate deal], and figuring out how do we improve the ladders to mobility through things like community colleges.”

It is important to know if America has survived Obama’s third term. History should also be taken into consideration.