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Die Biden-Administration
Mitch McConnell says Joe Biden 'took several big steps in the wrong direction' on his first full day as president and accuses him of 'sacrificing our people's livelihoods to liberal symbolism'
Mitch McConnell has accused Joe Biden of being headed in 'the wrong direction' on his first full day in office.

(Biden ist ein altersschwacher und seniler Präsident. Dann konnte man schon oft genug sehen.Er kann nicht mal was dafür. Er ist die perfekte Marionette , wie kaum jemand vor ihm. Man sieht das an den Executive Orders, die er unterzeichnet hat. Eine Fortführung der Obama-Politik. Hoffentlich geht das gut. McConnell sitzt anscheinend zwischen allen Stühlen)
'Normalcy' Returns: Biden Sends Large Military Convoy Into Syria On Day Two
While National Guard troops were being kicked out the Capitol on Thursday, Joe Biden was ordering US military troops into northeastern Syria from Iraq with the controlled media in America refusing to even report on it.
Generations Of Globalist Ghouls Collaborate On "Manifesto" For Post-Trump Economic "Reset"
Proponents of the QAnon "conspiracy theory," which the NYT can't seem to stop writing about, are going to love seeing this.

A memo that has reportedly been circulating among policymakers on both sides of the aisle for weeks was finally released to the press on Tuesday when Dealbook editor and CNBC "Squawk Box" host Andrew Ross Sorkin got the scoop: a memo penned by a group of senior-level bureaucrats, including - who else? - Henry Kissinger and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has provided a kind of "blueprint" for the Biden Administration to undo all of President Trump's trade-war tactics and other policies that didn't exactly help promote free trade.
Biden's Culture War Aggression

He may have needlessly crippled his chances for lowering the temperature already.
Chris Wallace of Fox News called Joe Biden’s Inaugural address the best he had ever heard. John Heilemann almost likened it to Lincoln’s Second Inaugural. It wasn’t, of course. But in celebrating this country’s liberation from a uniquely delusional, malevolent sociopath in the White House, and his violent mobs, they may be forgiven for a little hyperbole. And Joe Biden’s speech, the most important he has given in his life, was definitely a good speech. It did what it had to do. It wasn’t “some weird shit” as George W. Bush is reported to have said about Trump’s. But equally, it wasn’t fresh or eye-opening; it had none of Obama’s rhetorical genius; or Reagan’s. There is not a line in it that we will be able to remember for very long. 
But it matched the occasion: it was conventional, banal even, and anodyne. And how much we’ve missed banality! Biden boldly asked us to be against “anger, resentment, hatred, extremism, lawlessness, violence, disease, joblessness and hopelessness,” and to reaffirm the “history, faith and reason” that provides unity. Sure. Okay. At that level of pabulum, who indeed could differ? And a nation united in pabulum is better than one divided into two tribal camps waging an “uncivil war” against each other about everything
And if Biden sticks to this kind of common ground, it will serve him well. He is lucky, in many ways, to succeed Trump. Any normal inauguration would feel transcendent after the sack of the capitol. The Covid19 pandemic is cresting as the economy keeps sinking — all of which can easily be blamed on Trump. But, looking forward, vaccinations are finally gaining momentum and the spurt of economic growth this summer and fall is likely to be any president’s dream. The psychological effects of surviving a plague year also tend to be extremely positive, if history tells us anything. People are also exhausted from the melodrama and psychological abuse the last guy put us through. In politics, timing is everything. And Biden has it.
If Biden’s team meaningfully accelerates the pace of vaccination, he will be rewarded handily, as he should be. (He’s already lowering expectations, to maximize any political pay-off.) If he’s capable of passing an economic stimulus that can mitigate some of the extreme social and economic inequality this teetering republic labors under, rescue and grow the economy and help innovate and expand non-carbon energy sources, ditto. These are clear, measurable tasks that most non-ideologues can heartily support. So too would be a fuller extension of universal access to healthcare, via an Obamacare public option, if they can squeak that through the evenly divided Senate.
These are sane, sensible, center-left policies with majority support. He should make his explanations of these policies simple and clear. If he wins some of these battles this year, he would move the country lastingly leftward. Stick to them, and the politics takes care of itself.
I wonder if Joe Biden even knows what critical theory is. But he doesn’t have to. It is the successor ideology to liberalism among elites, a now-mandatory ideology if you want to keep your job. But Biden’s emphatic backing of this illiberal, discriminatory project on his first day is relevant. He has decided to encourage “unity” by immediately pursuing policies that inflame Republicans and conservatives and normies more than any others.
And those policies are obviously unconstitutional. The federal government cannot actively discriminate on the basis of race, sex or group identity under the Constitution. It cannot strip women of their rights as a distinct biological class. It cannot void religious freedom for individuals. Biden’s woke rampage in the federal government won’t last, because it cannot last if our constitution means anything. So let the lawsuits commence as Biden alienates and inflames his moderate supporters and snubs practices that most Americans take as common sense.
I want Biden to succeed. I want Republicans to moderate. I want to lower the temperature. I want to emphasize those policies that really do bring us closer together, even though many may still freely dissent. Biden says he wants to as well. But none of that can or will happen if the president fuels the culture war this aggressively, this crudely, and this soon. You don’t get to unite the country by dividing it along these deep and inflammatory issues of identity. And you don’t achieve equality of opportunity by enforcing its antithesis.


Manaf Hassan@manaf12hassan
48 Stunden im Amt - #Biden-Bilanz: Zwei IS-Terroristen-Selbstmordanschläge in #Baghdad (#Irak). Al-Qaida-Terroristen weigern sich, #Idlib (Syrien) zu verlassen. #SDF-Söldner umzingeln #Hasaka (#Syrien). Und in beiden Ländern werden plötzlich die US-Truppen wieder verstärkt.

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und der erste vom Senat bestätigte Minister ist: der neue Verteidigungsminister, saß im Verwaltungsrat des Rüstungsriesen Raytheon Technologies, einem der Hauptauftragnehmer des Pentagon.
Biden now says "there is nothing we can do to change the trajectory of the pandemic in next several months." (Disclose.‌tv)

(Mitte Oktober sagte Biden noch , die Pandemie würde schon 8 Monate andauern und Trump würde sie nicht unter Kontrolle bringen.


Gretchen Whitmer Eases Restaurant Restrictions After Joe Biden Inauguration
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer eased restaurant restricts, just two days after Joe Biden was sworn in as president. | Politics
Executive Orders in den ersten Wochen der Präsidentschaft

Trump: 4
Obama: 8
Bush: 2
Clinton: 2

Biden: 17 ongoing
Bidens Verordnungen machen Politik von Trump rückgängig | Eric Trump: „Das Beste wird noch kommen“

Has anyone told Biden he’s got 4 years to screw up the country?? He doesn’t have to do it all in a week.

(der schafft keine 4 Jahre. Wo ist eigentlich Q??? Dodgy )
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