Democrats’ Agenda a Threat to America’s Institutions
A Biden win would see Democrats fundamentally changing America to further their leftist agenda.
If Joe Biden and the Democrat Party were a National Football League team, they’d be the Packers. However, unlike the team in Green Bay, it’s not meat they’re packing, but rather the Supreme Court and the Senate.
While Biden has repeatedly played coy on the issue of court packing, even ridiculously saying that voters “don’t deserve” to know where he stands, he finally committed to giving an answer … after Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed. That’s an answer in itself, confirming that Biden, like Vice President Mike Pence noted in his debate with Kamala Harris, will seek to pack the Supreme Court.
However, packing the Court is merely the beginning of Democrats’ plans for fundamentally transforming America’s government institutions. Also on the docket is the Dems’ plan to gain and maintain Senate majority power via the creation of two new states: Puerto Rico and Washington, DC. Such a move would produce four more Democrat senators, of course, giving them a commanding Senate majority. That’s packing the Senate.
Then, with the House and Senate under Democrat control, Biden as president, and a Supreme Court packed with a majority of leftist justices, the hard Left would press to ensure that no Republican would be in a position to stop their “progressive” agenda. With all three branches under Democrat control, the next move would be to abolish the Electoral College, robbing the less populous states of equal representation and expanding nationwide the Democrat nightmare currently experienced by millions living in California.
When Democrats don’t win elections, they don’t accept defeat, listen to the electorate, or modify their polices. Instead, they cry foul, argue that the rules aren’t fair, and then seek to change and rig the rules to their own advantage. Power is the only thing they’re interested in, not fair play or serving their fellow citizens.
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