The Democrat Party led by Joe Biden is completely void of love for America.
Patriotism has vanquished on the left and was replaced by a malevolent form of hatred for democracy, freedom, and everything that sets this country apart from the rest. This lack of pride for the United States actually makes sense as liberals have thrust forward, pushing this country into the globalist machine, which de facto erases all forms of national pride.
Leave it up to Joe Biden and the Democrats and America would be nothing but another invisible aspect of the giant globalist blob that has no real identity, yet seeks to control and restrict the people within it.
Conversely, the America First movement started by President Donald Trump is backed by one’s love of country; a nationalist movement praising the American Dream with the sole intention of making that ideal possible for as many citizens as possible.
When Trump speaks about America, he does so lovingly and with gratitude — and you can clearly see just how genuine he is. Biden, on the other hand, is visibly overwhelmed by the position in which he’s been illegally installed and is systematically dismantling the fabric of our nation inch by inch.
On Memorial Day, Joe Biden gave a hyper-political speech from Arlington National Cemetery where he espoused some of the most frightening rhetoric coming from any modern President.
In his address, Biden spoke of how on this day, “pain and pride are mixed together,” offering a personal anecdote about his son, Beau Biden, whom he brings up each and every time patriotism is required. A veteran of the Iraq War, Beau died of brain cancer at the age of 46 only seven years ago. Both Joe and Jill were seen visiting their son’s grave in Delaware earlier that day.
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) May 31, 2021
He proceeded to honor the fallen men and women who bravely risked their lives to defend America’s interest in Afghanistan — a 20-year war perpetrated by Democrats.
After Biden was finished the personal portion of his speech, the entire holiday was spoiled by his endless gaffes and calls for anti-gun legislation.
At one point in his speech, Biden even said the quiet part out loud, admitting “democracy has never been good.”
JOE BIDEN on Memorial Day: “Democracy has never been good.” pic.twitter.com/Sz9qA4pVZz
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) May 30, 2022
Yes, you saw that correctly.
Then, after his speech, Joe Biden returned to the White House to inform reporters, and thus the American people, that the U.S. Constitution we all venerate as the greatest living document in political history, is in fact “not absolute.”
NEW – Biden on 9mm ammo: "2nd Amendment was never absolute."pic.twitter.com/D9nDjmXKD1
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) May 30, 2022
Meanwhile, Former President Donald Trump, an all-time favorite amongst U.S. soldiers, released a heartfelt statement on Memorial Day commemorating and honoring our troops without the added political veneer as Biden’s address had.
A Memorial Day message from President Trump pic.twitter.com/nYLCcLyp8M
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) May 30, 2022
Now that you’ve read and heard both Memorial Day addresses, which would you really prefer?
Author: Robert Bogart