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Biden Creating Problems Out Of Trump Success

From energy to the border, Biden gets it wrong.

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Joe Biden was handed a virus on the run, a proven vaccination plan, an economy ready to burst out of Covid doldrums, peace deals in the Middle East, American energy independence, and an increasingly safe and secure border. All those situations now resemble a dog’s breakfast. Michael Goodwin tells us how this is happening.

Goodwin: “The sage advice that ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ is older than Joe Biden, but apparently he never heard of it. Or doesn’t think much of it. The president is on a tear, as in tearing up arrangements that were achieving their objectives. His early results are disastrous.

“In an act of astonishing foolishness, Biden created a humanitarian and public safety crisis on our southern border by dismantling a successful policy structure that took years to achieve. In the Mideast, he looks determined to undo the Arab-Israeli alliance Donald Trump forged by returning to the failed policies Biden helped to implement in the Obama-Biden administration. Biden also wants to end the Senate filibuster and took the first step toward packing the Supreme Court. Those two moves are so destructive that even Sen. Mitt Romney, who usually saves his criticism for fellow Republicans, drew the line.

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‘My Democrat friends decry the last president for weakening our institutions with his words and behavior but they now cheer the effort to pack the Supreme Court and end the Senate filibuster, which would forever diminish institutions at our Republic’s foundation,’ Romney wrote on Twitter.

“The easy description of what Biden is up to, assuming he’s really calling the shots, is that he is simply the anti-Trump president. Whatever Trump did, Biden will undo it. The aide Biden tapped to be his ‘border czar,’ Roberta Jacobson, announced Friday she is leaving at the end of the month. Although her appointment was to last only 100 days, the fact that someone in the White House believed this was a 100-day problem demonstrates magical thinking at best and sheer idiocy at worst.

“Even the Biden bootlicking New York Times called her departure ‘striking’ given the problems. It quoted Jacobson as claiming the system is moving toward ‘an immigration system that is humane, orderly and safe.’ Good grief. Only a committed virtue signaler could call it ‘humane, orderly and safe’ when coyotes and sex traffickers brought nearly 30,000 unaccompanied minors to the border in just February and March. Caring for them is costing taxpayers $60 million a week. Although the White House has kept the media in the dark, little snippets of the harsh reality reveal the daily depravity.” Biden seems to be using the Dallas Dream Tactic, trying to convince the American people that the last presidential season was only a big dream. Well, it wasn’t. It was real and mainly successful. But the Biden administration? This is turning into a nightmare.

David Kamioner
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David Kamioner is a veteran of U.S. Army Intelligence and an honors graduate of the University of Maryland's European Division. He also served with the Pershing Nuclear Brigade and the First Infantry Division. Subsequent to that he worked for two decades as a political consultant, was part of the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina disaster relief effort in Louisiana, ran a homeless shelter for veterans in Philadelphia, and taught as a college instructor. He serves as a Contributing Editor for LifeZette.

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