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The 2024 Question: Are You Better Off Under Biden Than You Were Under Trump?

Only one question needs answering in 2024: are you better off under Biden than you were under Trump. It’s that simple



Franklin Delano Roosevelt, immortalized in the Democratic Party’s pantheon of gods, signed an executive order in 1942 that authorized the incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans during World War II.


Harry Truman, who succeeded Roosevelt after his death, was a white supremacist. In 1941 he wrote a letter to his daughter lamenting that the Confederacy had lost the Civil War: ″I feel as your old country grandmother has expressed it - ’What a pity a white man like Lee had to surrender to old Grant.” As a Senator he referred to the waiters at the White House as “an army of coons.”


Lyndon Baines Johnson, who obstructed every piece of Republican-proposed Civil Rights legislation before passing Kennedy’s Civil Rights Act of 1964, was a notorious racist, as well. Upon appointing Thurgood Marshall, the first black Supreme Court Justice, Johnson told a staff member, “Son, when I appoint a nigger to the court, I want everyone to know he’s a nigger.”

Jimmy Carter, the last Democrat President, who is nearly-universally believed to have been a decent man, was a terrible President.


Bill Clinton was celebrated by Democrats and elected to serve two terms, despite having a notorious and well known reputation for the very sexual behavior that Democrats today claim (without evidence) should put former President Trump in jail.


Not only did Clinton have an 18 month affair with Monica Lewinski, which began in 1995 — and lied under oath about — but he has also been accused of countless acts of sexual assault and even rape.


Barack Hussein Obama, who made history when he was elected as the first half white President, was a good friend of Bill Ayers, an avowed and unapologetic domestic terrorist. Obama denied their friendship — a lie.


As President, Obama weaponized the IRS against conservative organizations, created a loan program to fund a solar company (Solyndra) that went bankrupt, and sent $400 million physical dollars to the Iranians in exchange for five American hostages…to name just a few Obama scandals.


Joe Biden, however, seems to be an amalgamation of the worst traits and behaviors present in all the aforementioned and deeply imperfect Democratic Party Presidents.


Not since Carter have we seen the same degree of economic hardship experienced under Biden.

Not since Roosevelt have we seen the same degree of hostility towards a group of American citizens — all conservatives. The FBI was recently caught spying on Catholic Churches. By all accounts Biden’s targeting makes Obama’s seem benign.


Biden’s detainment of those Americans, who participated in the J6 protests has been carried out with the same ferocity and faux-justification as Roosevelt with regard to Japanese Americans.

Biden, himself, has been accused by his own daughter — Ashley Biden — of showering inappropriately with her; a claim she made in a diary entry, which the media has ignored and dismissed.


His current wife — Jill Biden — was married when Joe made his advances. Jill had an affair with Joe Biden before she divorced her husband and married Joe. Biden lies about their ‘love story’ — as he has lied about nearly everything that’s taken or not taken place in his life.


Biden has also been accused of sexual assault. Tara Reade claimed that Biden penetrated her with his fingers in a hallway in the Spring of 1993 — when she was a Senate aide to then-Senator Joe Biden.


Seven other women have alleged that Biden either touched them inappropriately or made them feel uncomfortable.


Biden’s assertion on the campaign trail in 2020 that “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black,” is one of the most egregious and racist remarks made by any politician in recent memory — even more offensive than Clinton’s pandering comment in 2016 that she carried hot sauce in her purse.


Both racist remarks were made on “The Breakfast Club,” which reaches a predominantly black audience.


Even if Donald Trump was guilty of many of the things Democrats and their media have falsely accused Trump of — racism, sexual impropriety, fascism, or even corruption — he’d at worst be no better or worse than any of the Democratic Party Presidents over the past 80 plus years.

Even JFK, who many believe to be the last moderate Democrat President, was a philanderer. His myriad affairs would make even Bill Clinton blush.


As we approach the 2024 Presidential election — which will most likely present us with a choice between Biden or Trump — it’s important that we approach our decisions and base our support on that, which is tangible and true.


Back in 1980, Ronald Reagan looked into the camera during his one and only debate with Jimmy Carter and asked a simple question, “Are you better off today than you were four years ago?” The answer, of course, was NO. Ronald Reagan won in a landslide.


That question must be the gold standard in any presidential election. No American can objectively claim that he or she is better off under the Biden presidency than under the Trump presidency. Nor can any American — for that matter — claim that Biden is morally superior to Trump.


It’s Biden, who pimped out his son to foreign enemies to enrich his family; who sold his influence to make himself millions. Bribery, racketeering, money laundering: Biden engaged in behavior that landed even third world dictators behind bars.


It’s Biden, who colluded with the CIA and FBI to interfere in the 2020 election by discrediting the Hunter Biden laptop, which was REAL.


And it’s Biden, who has overseen the unprecedented and rapid decline of the United States of America; not only here, but globally.


It’s Biden, who oversaw a botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, which resulted in 13 U.S. service members being murdered in a suicide bombing.


It’s Biden, who then retaliated by murdering 10 innocent Afghan civilians, including seven children, and tried to cover it up by claiming he’d killed two high level ISIS-K terrorists.


It’s Biden — due both to a lack of leadership and likely his order of the bombing of the Russian Nord Stream pipeline — who forced a Russian invasion of Ukraine and a prolonged conflict.


It’s Biden, whose economic and energy policies have resulted in historic inflation and still-rising energy costs.


It’s Biden, who has declared war on gas stoves and automobiles.


It’s Biden, who supports the inclusion of pornography in our children’s libraries; who supports the right of 13 year olds to mutilate their genitalia without their parents’ consent.


How does infanticide improve the life of the American citizen? How does Critical Race Theory — the indoctrination of our children to believe that their skin tone determines their status as victims or oppressors — eliminate racism in America?


How does raising taxes on anyone make another American wealthier? And how does compelling private businesses to hire minorities over whites or asians — even if ‘said’ white or asian person is more qualified — benefit any business or the eventual consumer?


How do 7 plus million illegal immigrants make America safer, or protect American workers against the competition of cheap, unskilled labor?


How does the death of 100,000 Americans a year from fentanyl overdoses — which is smuggled across the Southern border — protect American lives? How does human smuggling and sex trafficking make America better?


How does the forced inclusion of biological male competitors in women’s athletics benefit women?


How does the introduction of transgenderism and other ‘woke’ indoctrination in the military make our military more lethal and effective at deterring foreign adversaries from challenging the United States?


How does sending tens of billions of dollars to Ukraine without any oversight serve the interest of the American people?


How does the never ending appointment of special counsels and the empaneling of grand juries by Soros-backed District Attorneys to recommend indictments of Trump over vague and even non-existent crimes improve the life of the American citizen?


How does the persecution of Trump, pro-life advocates, or Tucker Carlson address inflation, soaring blue-city crime, illegal immigration, or the global shift away from the U.S. dollar?


Neither Trump nor Biden are perfect. But I’m not looking for a perfect candidate. Given the choice — Biden or Trump — it’s the easiest decision I’ll ever have to make.



Are Americans better off under a Biden Presidency than we were under a Trump Presidency? The answer is an unequivocal and resounding NO.


And while I care more about policies and results than personality and personal flaws, I’ll vote for the candidate that didn’t shower inappropriately with his own daughter.


I’ll vote for the candidate that didn’t sell out his country to China, Ukraine, and Russia; the candidate, who doesn’t advocate for the censorship of his opposition; the candidate, who isn’t trying to take my guns away by exploiting the deaths of children at the hands of deranged Democrat voters.


I’ll gladly vote for the candidate, who negotiated peace in the Middle East and kept China and Russia at bay; whose policies created widespread economic growth, lowered taxes, increased earnings, and saw black unemployment reach its lowest level in recorded history.


I’ll vote for the candidate, whose worst crime was mean tweets; not the candidate, who smears half the country as MAGA extremists, fired unvaccinated federal employees, called the unvaccinated ‘unpatriotic’ and likens conservatives to domestic terrorists.


I’ll vote for Trump because I know what I’ll get — safety, security, and prosperity; those very things that have been destroyed under the Biden presidency.


Only one question needs answering in 2024: are you better off under Biden than you were under Trump. It’s that simple.


I’ll take the orange man over the dementia man any day; the candidate, who can do an hour long rally over the one, who can’t even read a teleprompter; who can restore America rather than destroy America; and who loves America rather than hates America.

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