A Biden Presidency: The First 100 Days
The outcome is not yet determined, but we should be ready for the change.
As things stand now, the 2020 presidential election is at grave risk of going to Democrat candidate Joe Biden (the Trojan horse for Kamala Harris). Regardless of whether we believe that voter fraud is afoot, we need to envision what it means for our nation to be led by the progressive former vice president. We also must examine what it means to lose a Donald Trump presidency. Let’s take a peek into how this would impact us all in the first hundred days.
LGBTQ rights come first. Biden told Philadelphia Gay News that he would enact the Equality Act as a top priority once he is in office. This act would protect individuals from discrimination based on sexual and/or gender identity. If passed, it would change the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The rub? No one can successfully identify what rights heterosexuals have that the LGBTQ do not have. Additionally, the legislation leapfrogs the needs of black Americans, as Biden’s campaign said it wouldn’t reveal its plan for the African American population until after the election. Promising, right? Black Americans who voted for Biden expecting change can expect to be deferred once again.
Biden claims to want Americans to keep their private healthcare plans. But radical progressives are going to push him toward “Medicare for All.” We can expect a return to the Obama years — tax penalties and all. Team Biden could also allow illegal immigrants to enroll in the healthcare exchange. By losing a Trump presidency, we could see Biden unwind the executive orders that would protect Americans living with preexisting conditions. We would also be subject to a healthcare system that only offers the illusion of choice plus a return to the individual mandate that penalized the uninsured. Returning to an Obama-era healthcare plan would restore the “skyrocketing premiums,” higher deductibles, reduced options, and longer wait times (a grave concern if you live in rural parts of America where hospitals are distant and access is limited). With many Biden supporters longing for the Obama years and COVID-19 upon us, we can expect healthcare changes to unfold immediately. Let’s not be surprised if the penalties are even higher than before.
A Biden presidency means the unraveling of the comprehensive, $500 billion Platinum Plan for Black America, which would ensure access to business capital and HBCU funding in addition to items introduced by rapper Ice Cube. On Twitter, the rapper addressed black voters who are outraged at his willingness to work with the Trump administration, firing back over the hypocrisy.
Let me get this straight, I get the president of the United States to agree to put over half a trillion dollars of capital in the Black Community (without an endorsement) and N!&&@$ are mad at me?😂😂😂…have a nice life. —Ice Cube (@icecube) November 5, 2020
Black Americans who voted for Biden have voted for a candidate who has no plan and who — like many progressives — puts the needs of the LGBTQ and socialist communities first.
For 100 days, Americans will be administered a nonstop dose of blue pills to take. As each new piece of legislation unfolds, millions will come to understand why voting against a candidate solely based on media-manipulated emotions leaves one vulnerable to other egregious and obscure policies that will fly under the radar. Unfortunately, if the election results are valid or even just finalized, we will witness how emotionalism erodes our society as we know it. I guess some people need to see socialism to believe it.
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