Biden Wants Government To Take The Place Of Parents

And his agenda shows it.

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Tucker Carlson is an interesting guy. Funny as hell in person and really articulate. But his wisdom on domestic issues is only eclipsed by his complete cluelessness on any subject regarding international affairs or national security. We are lucky his opinion below is on domestic concerns.

Carlson: We’ve been assessing the Biden administration for more than a year, trying to figure out what the themes are and here’s the conclusion we’ve come to. There is, in fact, a single principle that guides the Biden administration. Here’s what it is. Your rights as an American are not, in fact, inalienable. We know this because Joe Biden himself has said it out loud several times.

He’s reminded you that your constitutional protections extend precisely as far as he says they do. Now, the framers famously claimed that a citizen’s rights come from God and the government’s job is to protect those rights. That was the deal, but the modern Democratic Party, which will not acknowledge God, has inverted that formula. So now politicians loan you your rights, and they can take those rights back at any time, depending on your level of obedience.

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Think of it as dog training on a national scale. So, it’s Joe Biden who gets to decide which drugs you’re forced to inject into your body. Joe Biden will determine whether you can have a 4th of July barbecue at your house. Ask Joe Biden, he’ll tell you whether you have to repay your student loans from Yale Law School, whether landlords can evict tenants who aren’t paying their rent, etc. These are all Joe Biden’s decisions now and his decisions alone.

So, Joe Biden gets to tell you how many rights you have and under what condition and that’s another way of saying, ‘you don’t really have any rights at all’. Think about that. So, if you have no permanent rights as a citizen of the United States, then needless to say, state and local governments can’t have rights either because you elected them. So, you can vote for all the lawmakers you want, but in the end, Joe Biden will determine what the law is. The president’s publicist made that point very clear at the briefing yesterday. Watch Jen Psaki denounce the state of Alabama for passing what is, in Alabama, a very popular law that bans the castration of children in the name of gender transitioning. Now, Joe Biden doesn’t like that law. Therefore, that law is invalid. Here’s her explanation.

JEN PSAKI: Alabama’s lawmakers and other legislators who are contemplating these discriminatory bills have been put on notice by the Department of Justice and the Department of Health and Human Services that laws and policies preventing care, that health care professionals recommend for transgender minors, may violate the Constitution and federal law…

So, they’re daring you to complain about this. If you don’t like this, you’re against gay people. Well, most Americans have no problem at all with gay people whatsoever. Most Americans know gay people, in a lot of cases love them. It’s not about that. It’s about whether you have the right to pass on your values, which may be different from Joe Biden’s values, onto your children. Do you have that right? If you don’t have that right, you’re not really the parent, Joe Biden is. This isn’t really a free country at all. “Affirmation of equal rights for all.” Right, but what about people who don’t want their children force-fed other people’s opinions about sexuality? Those people don’t have rights. Those people get a DOJ investigation.

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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Stephen Russell
Stephen Russell
2 months ago

To replicate China, Russia models?

2 months ago

Maybe Hunter would have been better off if someone else had raised him, but not all parents are like Joe & Jill !!