I do not ....and never have voted ......why! ....well because....... it is a pure and utter scam........ for the masses to think they are important ....which they are not ......if you trust your govt...... local ......state...... federal .......you're a putz ........voting is rigged ........ and it always has been .....the last presidents....... it was all staged for the new world order ........the masses do not know they are being played ........because they are too busy .........playing happy families .........and all their happy family bullshit ....and all while the while they are planning your demise ........like it......... or not .....
Magicians use deflection ........human beings are easily fooled on every level ....advertising ........food......politics .....life ......and all you have to do is have sales ......at holidays....... and cheap garbage ....homes .....and sell them shit....... and let them think they are free.....without even knowing they are not free!!!!! ....but the real magicians ........are the men at the top .......cloaked in secrecy ,,.....while you are planning timmy......... or becky's ....birthday........ or a gender reveal .......the top level are planning your enslavement and looking to chip you and your whole family .......and you are not aware ......
But as i say .....i do not vote never have never will ........not that mind laundered ...but your patriotic streak ....which you think makes america the greatest country in the world .......which it is not! .....it buys all the worlds shit....... to consume ......it's a consumption rotunda ........and it buys garbage from china ......and as long as they are fed the shit ....they are happy with the shit .......look at the containers lying at the docks ....filled with cheap Chinese shit........ waiting to be offloaded to places like target .......wal- mart ........and shitty cheap outlets .....to be scoffed by happy families .......but hey !!!!!......a bargain..... is a bargain at whatever cost huh !!!!!......
So as long as their pieholes are filled ....they have their home depot fencing to block out Neighbours ......they are playing their happy families .....they do not care ........as longas it does not affect their space .......what do people do as soon as they move into a Neighbour hood ......put up their 6 foot fence .......they cocoon themselves ....i remember growing up we never had that ............but it always all to protect the families as they will tell you ..........however !!!!!......joe biden ....there will be enough .....happy families to buy his shit ........ to vote him back in ........just take a look around .
Biden versus Trump, round 2? Joe, 80, FINALLY confirms he is running in 2024 with Kamala in video attacking Marjorie Taylor Greene and Ron DeSantis and promising to 'finish the job' - despite majority of Americans NOT wanting him back
- Biden made his announcement official with a three-minute video on Tuesday
- Said 'let's finish the job' with footage from January 6 and abortion protests
- Also confirmed that Kamala Harris will be his running mate
- Follow DailyMail.com's live blog of Biden's announcement
Joe Biden formally announced his re-election bid on Tuesday in a three-minute video that incorporated footage from January 6 and abortion protests, attacked 'MAGA Republicans,' and highlighted his time in the White House as he appealed to voters to 'finish this job.'
The 80-year-old has thrown his hat into the ring despite mounting questions about his age - which will be 86 at the end of his second term - dire polls, and concern from his own party over whether he is the best candidate.
The Democrat confirmed Kamala Harris will be by his side again as his running mate and attacked 'MAGA Extremists' for wanting to take 'bedrock freedoms away', cut Social Security and to give tax cuts to the wealthy.
He also took aim at Marjorie Taylor Greene and Republicans for wanting to ban books, dictate 'health care decisions women can make' and tell 'people who they can love'.
He did not mention his Republican rivals by name. But, as he spoke, footage of Rep. Greene appeared on screen as did images of Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis with their arms around each other. The two men are considered the top two contenders for the Republican nomination.
Trump currently leads in the polls and that sets up a potential rematch between him and Biden. The president echoed many of his 2020 campaign themes in his announcement video - including a focus on the 'battle for democracy' - in a sign Biden and his team think Trump may be their competition in the general election.
'Every generation has a moment where they have had to stand up for democracy. To stand up for their fundamental freedoms. I believe this is ours,' Biden said the video that was posted on his social media channels on Tuesday morning.
'That's why I'm running for reelection as President of the United States. Join us. Let's finish the job.'
Joe Biden used footage from January 6 and abortion protests to finally announce he is running for President in 2024 alongside Kamala Harris
The Democrat confirmed Harris will be by his side and attacked 'MAGA Extremists' for wanting to take 'bedrock freedoms away', cut Social Security and to give tax cuts to the wealthy
The three-minute video begins with footage from the January 6 Capitol Riot, an abortion protest out the Supreme Court and then a clip with him alongside Harris.
'Freedom. Personal freedom is fundamental to who we are as Americans. There's nothing more important. Nothing more sacred,' the campaign video released Tuesday continued.
'That's been the work of my first term: To fight for our Democracy. This shouldn't be a red or blue issue. To protect our rights. To make sure that everyone in this country is treated equally. And that everyone is given a fair shot at making it.'
'But around the country, MAGA extremists are lining up to take those bedrock freedoms away. Cutting social security that you've paid for your entire life while cutting taxes for the very wealthy. Dictating what health care decisions women can make, banning books, and telling people who they can love. All while making it more difficult for you to be able to vote,' says the video narrated by Biden.
The images in the video focus mainly on Biden meeting with people in trips he's made throughout the country as president. But it also shows some of his accomplishments as president, including footage from his nomination of Ketanji Onyika Brown to the Supreme Court.
'When I ran for President four years ago, I said we are in a battle for the soul of America. And we still are. The question we are facing is whether in the years ahead we have more freedom or less freedom. More rights or fewer,' Biden says in the video.
'I know what I want the answer to be and I think you do too. This is not a time to be complacent. That's why I'm running for re-election.'
His announcement on Tuesday marks the four-year anniversary of his entry into the 2020 presidential election. It's been in the works for weeks, however.
Biden shot part of the video when he was at his family home in Rehoboth Beach earlier this month and he's slowing putting together a campaign staff, including naming longtime adviser Julie Chavez Rodriguez as manager.
But it's unclear when he'll actually hit the campaign trail. His week is busy - he has a state dinner with the president of South Korea on Wednesday, on Friday he'll present the Commander-in-Chief's trophy to the Air Force Falcons during a ceremony at the White House; and on Saturday he and Jill Biden will attend the White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
On Friday, he will meet with some of his top donors, according to reports, as he begins the tedious process of raising the millions necessary for a modern-day presidential campaign.
Biden's announcement video included images of who he calls 'MAGA Republicans' including Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (left) and Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis (right)
Trump, in a statement, blasted Biden for being one of the worst presidents in American history.
'You could take the five worst presidents in American history, and put them together, and they would not have done the damage Joe Biden has done to our Nation in just a few short years. Not even close,' the former president said.
In a lengthy statement, Trump slammed Biden for the state of the economy, the high inflation the country is facing, and the price of gas. He also criticized him for not doing enough to stop illegal immigration on the Southern border and for the chaotic withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan.
He claimed the country, under Biden's leadership is 'like a dumping ground. Our cities have been overrun with homelessness, drug addicts, and violent criminals, who are being released from jail in mass with no retribution whatsoever, while law enforcement is weaponized against law-abiding conservatives or Republicans, or people they just don’t like. Our children are being indoctrinated and mutilated by left-wing freaks and zealots. The senior ranks of our military have gone completely woke, and our military is suffering greatly.'
He also repeated his false claim that the 2020 election results were rigged.
'You know what happened in the last election: they cheated, and they rigged the election,' Trump said. 'With your support in the election, we will defeat Joe Biden in 2024. We will rescue our economy. We will crush inflation. We will stop the invasion on our southern border. We will restore our Nation’s dignity. And we will prevent World War III from happening. Together, we will all Make America Great Again! Thank you.'
Donald Trump blasted Biden as one of the worst president's in history; Trump is currently the frontrunner for the GOP nomination - above Trump and Joe Biden at the October 2020 presidential debate
Joe Biden at his 2020 victory rally with Jill Biden, Kamala Harris, Doug Emhoff and members of the Biden family
Biden's campaign message is expected to focus on his accomplishments in office - particularly his bipartisan Infrastructure plan, his CHIPS plan, and his American Rescue Plan in response to the COVID pandemic.
Biden will also bring back a theme from his last White House bid: his fight for democracy and pushing back at the threat he sees 'MAGA Republicans' posing to the country. He often accuses Republicans of trying to cut entitlement programs that hurt the middle class - a voting bloc that tends to decide presidential elections. He's called the far right an 'attack on the soul of our nation.'
But, unlike in 2020, when Biden focused his attacks on Trump, this time around he will have to defend his own record in the White House. And Republicans have already tested out battle lines: hitting Biden for what they call out-of-control government spending, hammering him on the high rate of inflation and the national debt, and criticizing him for not doing enough about illegal immigration.
'Running for the president the first time is aspirational. You can make all sorts of big, bold promises,' former White House press secretary Jen Psaki on her MSNBC Sunday, predicting an 'incredibly difficult' re-election campaign for the president.
'Running for reelection is when you actually get your report card from the American people.'
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel released a statement immediately following Biden's reelection announcement Tuesday, blasting the president for being 'out-of-touch' with America.
'Biden is so out-of-touch that after creating crisis after crisis, he thinks he deserves another four years. If voters let Biden 'finish the job,' inflation will continue to skyrocket, crime rates will rise, more fentanyl will cross our open borders, children will continue to be left behind, and American families will be worse off,' McDaniel said.
'Republicans are united to beat Biden and Americans are counting down the days until they can send Biden packing.'
Biden enters the race as half of Democrats admit they'd prefer another option for their presidential nominee and Republicans have double down on their support for Donald Trump amid the former president's legal issues.
At 80 years old, Biden is the oldest person ever to be elected president and questions linger about his health. His doctor has pronounced him fit to serve but Biden has shown signs he's feeling his years: he sometimes walks with a limp, he has tripped walking up the stairs to board Air Force One, and he's made multiple verbal gaffes.
And he'll be on public display over the next year in a way he wasn't during the 2020 campaign when he campaigned from zoom meetings and in rare car rallies because of the dangers of COVID.
The American people will regularly see him out and about, interacting with voters and showing he's fit to serve.
Joe and Jill Biden during the 2020 Democratic National Convention, which was held virtually due to the COVID pandemic
Joe Biden taking the oath of office as a senator in January 1973 when he was first elected
Additionally, the Democratic National Convention will be in person this year and Biden is expected to do the traditional campaign stops - large and small: massive rallies, hand-shaking at diners, and selfies on the rope line.
His health will be watched and Republicans will be looking for a chance to question it.
The GOP also is expected to use Biden's age as way to question Kamala Harris's fitness to be commander in chief. She is expected to be a target in the campaign as Republicans ask Americans if they feel comfortable with her next in line for the presidency.
And whether or not she turns out to be a political liability - as some Democrats fear - remains to be seen.
Meanwhile, Biden will have to balance the demands of the campaign with the challenges of the presidency.
He won't just have Republican presidential contenders attacking him. The GOP holds the majority in the House of Representatives and Biden is already warring with Speaker Kevin McCarthy on how to raise the U.S. debt limit before the country defaults on its loans this summer.
Additionally, House Republicans are investigating his son Hunter Biden, who could face federal charges in the coming days.
If Biden wins a second term, he'll be 86 when he leaves office in January 2029.
When asked about the concerns about his age, Biden has simply responded: 'Watch me.'
But his age has voters concerned.
Only half of Democrats, or 47%, think Biden should run again, according to an Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll last week. Overall, just 26% of Americans want him to run.
On Sunday, an NBC News survey showed that 70 percent of U.S. adults said Biden should not run for another term, while 26 percent said he should.
An average of 75 percent of Democrats wanted to renominate Barack Obama during his first presidential term.
Americans have cited Biden's age and his handling of the economy as the reason for their concern.
Then there's the state of the country.
The United States is still struggling to recover from the economic shutdown that took place during the COVID pandemic. Inflation remains high as does the cost of food and gas.
And as the Federal Reserves raises interest rates to try and rein in inflation, it costs more to take a loan to buy a house or a car or to pay off a credit card.
The president also is still dealing with the fallout from his chaotic handling of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan after 20 years of war.
Biden's approval rating has been hovering in the low 40s - it sits at 43 percent in the Real Clear Politics polling average.
President Joe Biden, First Lady Jill Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff - Republicans are expected to target the vice president
House Republicans are investigating Biden's son Hunter
Still, unless a spoiler candidate enters the race, Biden has an easy walk to the Democratic nomination. Thus far his competition is anti-vaxxer Robert Kennedy Jr. and spiritual adviser to the stars Marianne Williamson.
And Democrats seem to moving toward a state of acceptance when it comes to voting for Biden in the November 2024 election. The Democratic National Committee doesn't seem to be planning on primary debates, leaving Biden free to focus on his general election message.
Other prominent Democrats, including Governors Gavin Newsom of California and J.B. Pritzker of Illinois, said they would not challenge the sitting president.
Leading the race for the Republican nomination is Donald Trump, who Biden beat in 2020 by winning the Electoral College 306 to 232, including victories in the swing states of Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Georgia.
Trump is 76 years old. But some Democrats fear a younger, more vibrant GOP nominee could pose a danger to Biden's re-election chances.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is contemplating a run and could announce this Spring. At 44, he and his wife Casey have three young children.
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