Republicans Not Pleased with Biden’s First 100 Days as President

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Later this week, President Biden is going to Georgia as a means of commemorating his first 100 days as commander-in-chief. The Democrat president will be in Atlanta for a drive-in rally with supporters; at this event, Biden shall discuss his $2.3 trillion spending package and future moves he plans to make as president. 

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If you let the White House tell it, Biden’s first 100 days have been smooth-sailing. However, the rest of the country knows better; Republicans especially are not fooled by the revisionist history that Democrats are seeking to perpetrate. 

Breitbart News confirmed that over the weekend, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy called out Biden’s failed leadership for what it has been thus far: a bait and switch. 

The Bait and Switch Problem with the Biden Administration 

When Biden delivered his inaugural address, he lamented the culture that pits red vs. blue and conservative vs. liberal. The talking points were great; however, Republicans stated at the time that seeing whether or not Biden follows through on the talk of unity and bipartisanship would be the true test.

The president has not followed through. At each turn, Biden cast aside his talk of working with Republicans to simply ram through far-left proposals on party vote alone. On Sunday, GOP Leader McCarthy described this as a “bait and switch”; put simply, Biden vowed to emulate bipartisan governing, but then ultimately governed as a socialist would after coming into power. 

The House Minority Leader then criticized Biden’s American Rescue Plan and American Jobs Plan. Fewer than 9% of the American Rescue Plan actually allocated funds towards coronavirus relief; meanwhile, less than 6% of the American Jobs Plan is centered around infrastructure. 

More on Biden’s First 100 Days

The president’s first 100 days in office have consisted of lost union jobs, higher gas prices, higher insulin prices, attempts to pack the Supreme Court, attempts to grant D.C. statehood, etc. 

Right now, the first 100 days of President Biden are nothing to brag about. These days furthermore show why placing Democrats in power brings danger to things like freedom, individual liberty, etc. Nevertheless, Biden’s allies in the political world and the media shall undoubtedly do all they can to paint these first 100 days as worthy of celebration. 

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