The Methods And Madness Living At The White House

I don’t know about you, but it seems to me the chaos emitted from the Biden Administration takes on a new life daily. For a moment, visualize the most critical areas in the life of your family and family members, which must be addressed simply by living an everyday life. Maybe Americans are spoiled, but it seems that in every one of these areas, there is massive chaos accompanied by mainstream media interpretation that can quickly be boiled down to a single explanation — and they give us that explanation every day: “These are Putin gas price hikes, GOP resistance to allow our Administration to inject more cash into Americans’ lives to give them ‘temporary’ assistance, and President Biden has labeled inflation his number one cause to tackle.

That all sounds great. But Americans see little, if anything, from which to draw solace that “things are getting better.” Rightfully so, too. None of the answers given by Biden result in ANY relief for Americans in any part of their lives! One would think Biden et al. could get a single or double now and then. But Biden strikes out in every area where Americans lose their battles in every sector of importance to them and their families.

It seems to me that Biden implements decisions that each make things worse.

Joe Biden’s Genious At Work

Last June, the Biden administration unveiled its “National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism.” Despite its “exciting and intriguing” name, the “National Strategy” was anything but “exciting and intriguing.” The pamphlet represented the logical culmination of the Left’s cynical use of the Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol riot as a means of ginning up large-scale, nationwide anti-Republican/anti-Trump voter sentiment. The result, evidenced again by Attorney General Merrick Garland’s disgraceful October 2021 memo directing the FBI to intrude on local school board meetings and crack down on anti–critical race theory parental revolts, has been a roiling cold war waged by the ruling class against us “deplorables” and our political “wrong-think.”

Now, eight months after Garland’s infamous Oct. 4 memo, the better question to ask is not whether President Joe Biden is engaged in a cold war merely against the “deplorables.” We know the answer to that: yes. Instead, the more relevant question is whether the Biden administration is now engaged in a cold war against a broader target: the entire American citizenry. Based on all relevant data and metrics, the answer to that question seems to be the same: yes.

Let’s review.

Most prominent and perhaps most important, inflation — which the Federal Reserve finally conceded is not “transitory” but here to stay for a while — is now the highest it has been in four decades. The Consumer Price Index increased 8.3 percent in April on an annualized basis — slightly lower than March’s 8.5 percent but still painfully above the Fed’s 2 percent target. Biden has recently declared fighting inflation his top domestic priority, but he shows no appetite for curbing the mass inflationary deficit spending that has characterized his presidency. Nor has Biden communicated to Fed Chair Jerome Powell that he is prepared to accommodate the drastic interest rate hikes necessary to bring inflation back under control. The Feds’ first-rate increase has yet to show whether it’s successful or not.

Biden is also looking to “fight” inflation — a de facto regressive tax that eats away everyone’s savings but hits lower and middle-class earners the hardest — in all the wrong places. The traditional economic definition of inflation is too much money chasing too few goods. Still, Democrats seem wholly uninterested in working with Republicans on industrial policy measures needed to revamp domestic production immediately. On the contrary, Biden’s priorities are entirely backward.

  • Amidst this carnage to Americans’ savings and retirement accounts, it is unfathomable for the Administration to restrict domestic energy production further.
  • Amidst unprecedented — and potentially lethal — shortages in baby formula, he has not acted swiftly to either invoke the Defense Production Act to ramp up domestic production (after his own FDA shut down a baby formula production facility) or temporarily lift the import tariffs that have helped cartelize the domestic baby formula market. At the same time, Biden has openly mused about ending the Trump administration’s signature tariffs on China — and is now expected to do so anytime. But all that would accomplish is make the median American consumer even more dependent on our geopolitical arch-foe. Fed-driven monetary policy aside, the way to fight inflation on the fiscal side is to accelerate production — not to fortify China’s cheap-labor sword of Damocles that dangles over the American economy. Perhaps most revealing, as reported by the Washington Examiner, Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL) tweeted photos appearing to show “[s]helves and pallets packed with the baby formula” at holding facilities for illegal aliens. This, of course, while actual U.S. citizen parents are frantically scrambling from store to store to ensure their babies don’t starve. Though parents have seen a slight improvement in baby formula supply, stores nationwide still struggle to find ways to meet the demand. The massive volume of baby formula at our southern border remains in place with NO explanation from this Administration.

Translation: Illegal aliens rule the roost.

Wait: There’s More

It’s not just the open-borders/pro-illegal alien lobby that plays our ruling class like a fiddle; it’s also the zealots in the environmentalist movement. During the same week that nearly 30 states reported all-time highs for average gas prices at the pump, the Biden administration canceled offshore oil and natural gas leases in Alaska and the Gulf of Mexico. But Biden simultaneously admitted that energy accounts for a whopping 60 percent of the inflation Americans are now experiencing. Higher fuel prices for trucks and tractors trickle down and affect all goods and foodstuffs farmed and shipped.

Amidst this carnage to Americans’ savings and retirement accounts, it is unfathomable for the Administration to restrict domestic energy production further. The only effect of such restrictions, intended to appease the greenie Marxist radicals who increasingly dominate the Democratic donor base, is to make Americans even more energy-dependent on such human rights bastions as Venezuela and Saudi Arabia. Our ruling class, full of virtue-signaling electric car owners, no doubt sleeps well at night as ordinary gasoline-dependent Americans get annihilated at the pump.

Meanwhile, Congress raced to pass an emergency $40 billion appropriation in aid to Ukraine, a faraway land now roiling in its fifth calendar month of a crippling humanitarian crisis but hardly a pressing domestic concern. Post–Maidan Revolution Ukraine is a well-known playground for slush funds and NGO interests, but that did not give the U.S. House any pause in reviewing the legislation to minimize any gratuitous pork; it rapidly passed Congress’s lower chamber by a lopsided tally of 368-57.

The situation in Ukraine is tragic — but so is the case at the porous U.S.–Mexico border, which has been wholly overrun in recent months by transnational drug cartels–trafficked illegal migrants. Those migrants and cartels are incentivized to make and orchestrate the hazardous journey north due to the Biden administration’s various amnesty magnets, such as its return of the Obama-era “catch-and-release” policy for illegal aliens in the U.S. interior.

Translation: Ukraine’s border with Russia matters more than America’s border with Mexico.

And President Biden’s Cognitive Decline

No reasonable person claims that Joe Biden has some cognitive decline. It doesn’t matter if it’s labeled “Alzheimer’s,” “Dementia,” or “Memory Decline,” this President has something physically (and possibly mentally) going on. And experts almost daily weigh in on the President’s apparent condition in that regard.

Biden has previously suffered two brain aneurysms and a heart condition that makes the muscle beat too fast, causing dizziness and confusion. A top cardiologist told MailOnline that both conditions are linked to memory difficulties, confusion, and dementia.

Dr. Aseem Malhotra, an NHS consultant and expert in evidence-based medicine, said: “Certainly there’s a link [between the conditions and cognitive decline]. But just as a doctor observing him, given his medical history and age, I’m worried about early-onset dementia. I would be worried about anyone exhibiting issues with recall and memory at Joe Biden’s age.”

And Dr. Amit Bajaj, an associate professor in speech science at Emerson University in Boston, Massachusetts, agreed that Mr. Biden’s increasing number of blunders might be because of declining cognitive health in old age.

Mr. Biden suffered two brain aneurysms in 1988 while trying to secure the Democratic presidential nomination, which went to Michael Dukakis. He had surgery to treat the life-threatening conditions. Scientists warn those who suffer aneurysms – bulging blood vessels that usually occur in the brain or arteries that burst – may face memory difficulties, such as problems absorbing, storing, and recalling information.

The President also suffers from atrial fibrillation, which causes irregular or fast heartbeat. Doctors first diagnosed Biden’s condition in 2003 when he removed his gallbladder. Medics have warned that the condition can cause tiny blood clots that slowly injure brain parts over time, which can cause thinking and memory problems. He also introduced his granddaughter as his deceased son Beau, who passed away from brain cancer in 2015. And he confused Libya and Syria when at the G7 summit in June.


It is difficult to recall the last time a U.S. president persistently acted in a manner so contrary to the interests of the average citizen to whom that President purportedly takes a constitutional oath to protect and defend. Fortunately, Biden’s historically low approval ratings hint at a ballot box remedy for our national woes: A red wave beckons this fall.

None of what has been stated above has anything to do with politics or Biden’s commitment to the job. After all, he garnered the votes of 80 million Americans in 2020. Those voters believed Biden could do the job. Sadly, that appears not to be true. But, whether one determines the step forward based on Biden’s policies, his lack of — or inability to create — good policies that most Americans need to choose the political steps this nation will take. Joe Biden is NOT an option for the White House in the future.

Last in our summary is the mention of his apparent cognitive ability. There are innumerable examples of such. Here are just a few. (Click on this link to listen) :

No, we’re not making fun of the President: we’re pointing to serious issues — whether they be his uncanny policy decisions or any decisions he’s made regarding what he feels will best serve the nation — the simple statement to make is that this President CAN NOT be allowed to remain in charge.

The United States of America and the American people cannot sustain another year — let alone two years — with the same types of things happening.

Are there simple answers or solutions? Absolutely not. But good leaders — those who sit atop the Hill in leadership in Congress — must initiate actions to make the necessary changes right to the Ship USA.

And they need to do so quickly.

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