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84 days of Biden historic accomplishments

odanny

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For the first time the U.S. government is taking action against Russia for meddling in the 2020 election.

What were the chances of that happening if Drumpf was reelected? Oh, that's right, it would be…..ZERO percent.

You really are a dumbass. Trump had over 50 sanctions against Russia.

Keep lying to yourself. You're good at it.

Post your proof that Trump issued sanctions against Russia for meddling in the 2020 election. You or the other moron. I'll wait.
 

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Joe Biden is exceeding all expectations launching historic initiatives after only 84 days.
  1. Stimulus bolstering the economy
  2. Heroic Pandemic management on the way to 200M vaccines in 100 days
  3. Infrastructure bill proposed of epic proportions
  4. Rollback of unpaid tax breaks to rich and corporations
  5. Stock growth and jobs growth
  6. Getting the US out of Afghanistan wars
Even the biggest haters have to admit we are better off now.

What can we expect in the future?
I think biden is spending borrowed money recklessly

in part because he screwed up the border situation and spending up to $350 a night to house thousands of illegal alien children

the debt that dems are piling up could blow up the federal budget in the future

Plus china and russia are making ominous threats that may lead to bloodshed and territorial aggression in ukraine and taiwan

so all is not as rosy as you think it is
 

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Joe Biden is exceeding all expectations launching historic initiatives after only 84 days.
  1. Stimulus bolstering the economy
  2. Heroic Pandemic management on the way to 200M vaccines in 100 days
  3. Infrastructure bill proposed of epic proportions
  4. Rollback of unpaid tax breaks to rich and corporations
  5. Stock growth and jobs growth
  6. Getting the US out of Afghanistan wars
Even the biggest haters have to admit we are better off now.

What can we expect in the future?
Your giant government spending (causing inflation) that corrupt pols use to funnel money into their supporters like those who helped Biden steal the election and their pockets-----are the reason why the stock market it going up as idiots buy nikes with their stimulus.

Epic failures..

Oh and fyi, the rich and the corporations buy loop holes which is why the rich and the corporations support the Biden scam.....its the middle and poor classes that are going to suffered for rotting out of america.
 

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Joe Biden is exceeding all expectations launching historic initiatives after only 84 days.
  1. Stimulus bolstering the economy
  2. Heroic Pandemic management on the way to 200M vaccines in 100 days
  3. Infrastructure bill proposed of epic proportions
  4. Rollback of unpaid tax breaks to rich and corporations
  5. Stock growth and jobs growth
  6. Getting the US out of Afghanistan wars
Even the biggest haters have to admit we are better off now.

What can we expect in the future?

In 2022 the House flipping Republican along with the Senate and Trump winning in 2024...

You asked, and I answered and that is not my wish before you proclaim it is...
 

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For the first time the U.S. government is taking action against Russia for meddling in the 2020 election.

What were the chances of that happening if Drumpf was reelected? Oh, that's right, it would be…..ZERO percent.

And you were fine with O meddling in israeli elections. Lol. The only interference was dem fraud in 2020 and plenty of it. Russia could only dream of achieving those levels.
 

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For the first time the U.S. government is taking action against Russia for meddling in the 2020 election.

What were the chances of that happening if Drumpf was reelected? Oh, that's right, it would be…..ZERO percent.

And you were fine with O meddling in israeli elections. Lol. The only interference was dem fraud in 2020 and plenty of it. Russia could only dream of achieving those levels.

Heh heh…. heh heh…… heh heh heh
 

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For the first time the U.S. government is taking action against Russia for meddling in the 2020 election.

What were the chances of that happening if Drumpf was reelected? Oh, that's right, it would be…..ZERO percent.

You really are a dumbass. Trump had over 50 sanctions against Russia.

Keep lying to yourself. You're good at it.

Post your proof that Trump issued sanctions against Russia for meddling in the 2020 election. You or the other moron. I'll wait.
Wait for what, a brain?
 

odanny

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For the first time the U.S. government is taking action against Russia for meddling in the 2020 election.

What were the chances of that happening if Drumpf was reelected? Oh, that's right, it would be…..ZERO percent.

You really are a dumbass. Trump had over 50 sanctions against Russia.

Keep lying to yourself. You're good at it.

Post your proof that Trump issued sanctions against Russia for meddling in the 2020 election. You or the other moron. I'll wait.
Wait for what, a brain?

Oh……good one dude!
 

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For the first time the U.S. government is taking action against Russia for meddling in the 2020 election.

What were the chances of that happening if Drumpf was reelected? Oh, that's right, it would be…..ZERO percent.
Trump issued like 50 sanctions on russia. Are you ever right about anything? Are you stupid, or just a flat out liar?

Get your facts right, moron, before you call anyone "stupid", especially me. Trump never issued a sanction against Russia for meddling in the 2020 election.
Trump issued sanctions for 2016 and 2018.
I guess you forgot your own point...
Dumbfuck
 
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Joe Biden is exceeding all expectations launching historic initiatives after only 84 days.
  1. Stimulus bolstering the economy When trump did that, he was spending like a leftist
  2. Heroic Pandemic management on the way to 200M vaccines in 100 days LMFAO
  3. Infrastructure bill proposed of epic proportions "infrastructure" LOL
  4. Rollback of unpaid tax breaks to rich and corporations ?
  5. Stock growth and jobs growth Steady rise. Thanks previous president!
  6. Getting the US out of Afghanistan wars a lie of course
Even the biggest haters have to admit we are better off now.

What can we expect in the future?
Empty post. No refutations. Just lame wishes. Keep wishing.
 
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Joe Biden is exceeding all expectations launching historic initiatives after only 84 days.
  1. Stimulus bolstering the economy - It will destroy the economy. GOVERNMENT SPENDING CANNOT SAVE AN ECONOMY.
  2. Heroic Pandemic management on the way to 200M vaccines in 100 days - How is the admin heroic here, specifically?
  3. Infrastructure bill proposed of epic proportions - What are epic proportions? Only 6% goes to infrastructure.
  4. Rollback of unpaid tax breaks to rich and corporations - Reinstatment of SALT DEDUCTIONS. HELPING THE RICH TO LOWER TAXES.
  5. Stock growth and jobs growth - These were trending anyway.
  6. Getting the US out of Afghanistan wars - Trump had a May 1st agreement with the Taliban to withdraw. Biden broke it. The Taliban has now said they will attack our troops if we break the agreement.

You are utterly full of shit and bring nothing of specificity to the table.

What can we expect in the future? A crashed economy, hyperinflation, a complete collapse of our institutions.
6% is a lie. Here's how the spending will break down.

Transportation
  • $621 billion for transportation includes:
    • $115 billion for modernizing roads, highways, and bridges
    • $20 billion for road safety
    • $85 billion for public transit
    • $80 billion for Amtrak and freight rail service
    • $174 billion for electric vehicles
    • $25 billion for airports
    • $17 billion for ports
    • $20 billion for neighborhoods historically excluded from transportation investments
    • $25 billion to fund new projects
    • $50 billion for infrastructure resilience, with a special emphasis on more vulnerable areas

Water
  • $111 billion for water infrastructure includes:
    • $45 billion towards fully eliminating lead pipes through various programs
    • $56 billion in loans and grants to help modernize water systems around the country
    • $10 billion for monitoring and fixing substances in drinking water
Broadband and power
  • $100 billion for broadband
    • This would build out infrastructure for 100% coverage and would specifically allocate funds for tribal lands
    • It would also seek to reduce broadband pricing
  • $100 billion for power infrastructure includes:
    • $16 billion towards plugging old wells and cleaning up abandoned mines
    • $5 billion towards revamping former industrial and energy sites
    • $10 billion for the creation of a Civilian Climate Corps
Housing and education
  • $213 billion for creating and retrofitting over 2 million housing units, with a $40 billion investment in public housing infrastructure
  • $100 billion for upgrading and building public schools
  • $12 billion for community college infrastructure
  • $25 billion for upgrading childcare facilities and making it more widely accessible
    • This is accompanied by a tax credit to incentivize building childcare at Americans' places of work
  • $18 billion to modernize Veterans Affairs hospitals, as well as $10 billion for federal buildings
  • $400 billion towards home/community care for the elderly and disabled
    • This would expand access, and seek to improve wages, benefits, and unionization for workers in the industry.
Research and development
  • $180 billion towards R&D includes:
    • $50 billion for the National Science Foundation
    • $30 billion for innovation and job creation R&D
    • $40 billion in upgrading research infrastructure, with half allocated to Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs) as well as "Minority Serving Institutions" (MSIs)
    • $10 billion for those HBCUs and MSIs, as well as $15 billion to create over 200 centers at them to serve as research incubators
    • $35 billion in climate research and development

Manufacturing and labor
  • $300 billion for American manufacturing and small business
    • $50 billion for a new office for a new office focused on domestic industry
    • $50 billion for research and manufacturing for semiconductors
    • $30 billion to create new jobs and fend off losses during future pandemics
    • $46 billion for federal buying, with an emphasis on various clean technologies
    • $20 billion for regional innovation hubs
    • $14 billion towards increasing competitiveness through technological advances
    • $52 billion to domestic manufacturers
    • $31 billion for programs providing credit, R&D funding, and venture capital to small businesses
    • $5 billion to create a new "Rural Partnership Program," aimed at supporting local rural efforts
  • $100 billion for workforce development includes:
    • $40 billion towards career services and training for workers who have lost jobs
    • $12 billion in targeted funding towards "workers facing some of the greatest challenges," prioritizing underserved and hard hit communities, with $5 billion towards "evidence-based community violence prevention programs"
    • $48 billion towards worker protection and development infrastructure, including an expansion of apprenticeships, with a particular emphasis on women and people of color
 

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Joe Biden is exceeding all expectations launching historic initiatives after only 84 days.
  1. Stimulus bolstering the economy - It will destroy the economy. GOVERNMENT SPENDING CANNOT SAVE AN ECONOMY.
  2. Heroic Pandemic management on the way to 200M vaccines in 100 days - How is the admin heroic here, specifically?
  3. Infrastructure bill proposed of epic proportions - What are epic proportions? Only 6% goes to infrastructure.
  4. Rollback of unpaid tax breaks to rich and corporations - Reinstatment of SALT DEDUCTIONS. HELPING THE RICH TO LOWER TAXES.
  5. Stock growth and jobs growth - These were trending anyway.
  6. Getting the US out of Afghanistan wars - Trump had a May 1st agreement with the Taliban to withdraw. Biden broke it. The Taliban has now said they will attack our troops if we break the agreement.

You are utterly full of shit and bring nothing of specificity to the table.

What can we expect in the future? A crashed economy, hyperinflation, a complete collapse of our institutions.
6% is a lie. Here's how the spending will break down.

Transportation
  • $621 billion for transportation includes:
    • $115 billion for modernizing roads, highways, and bridges
    • $20 billion for road safety
    • $85 billion for public transit
    • $80 billion for Amtrak and freight rail service
    • $174 billion for electric vehicles
    • $25 billion for airports
    • $17 billion for ports
    • $20 billion for neighborhoods historically excluded from transportation investments
    • $25 billion to fund new projects
    • $50 billion for infrastructure resilience, with a special emphasis on more vulnerable areas

Water
  • $111 billion for water infrastructure includes:
    • $45 billion towards fully eliminating lead pipes through various programs
    • $56 billion in loans and grants to help modernize water systems around the country
    • $10 billion for monitoring and fixing substances in drinking water
Broadband and power
  • $100 billion for broadband
    • This would build out infrastructure for 100% coverage and would specifically allocate funds for tribal lands
    • It would also seek to reduce broadband pricing
  • $100 billion for power infrastructure includes:
    • $16 billion towards plugging old wells and cleaning up abandoned mines
    • $5 billion towards revamping former industrial and energy sites
    • $10 billion for the creation of a Civilian Climate Corps
Housing and education
  • $213 billion for creating and retrofitting over 2 million housing units, with a $40 billion investment in public housing infrastructure
  • $100 billion for upgrading and building public schools
  • $12 billion for community college infrastructure
  • $25 billion for upgrading childcare facilities and making it more widely accessible
    • This is accompanied by a tax credit to incentivize building childcare at Americans' places of work
  • $18 billion to modernize Veterans Affairs hospitals, as well as $10 billion for federal buildings
  • $400 billion towards home/community care for the elderly and disabled
    • This would expand access, and seek to improve wages, benefits, and unionization for workers in the industry.
Research and development
  • $180 billion towards R&D includes:
    • $50 billion for the National Science Foundation
    • $30 billion for innovation and job creation R&D
    • $40 billion in upgrading research infrastructure, with half allocated to Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs) as well as "Minority Serving Institutions" (MSIs)
    • $10 billion for those HBCUs and MSIs, as well as $15 billion to create over 200 centers at them to serve as research incubators
    • $35 billion in climate research and development

Manufacturing and labor
  • $300 billion for American manufacturing and small business
    • $50 billion for a new office for a new office focused on domestic industry
    • $50 billion for research and manufacturing for semiconductors
    • $30 billion to create new jobs and fend off losses during future pandemics
    • $46 billion for federal buying, with an emphasis on various clean technologies
    • $20 billion for regional innovation hubs
    • $14 billion towards increasing competitiveness through technological advances
    • $52 billion to domestic manufacturers
    • $31 billion for programs providing credit, R&D funding, and venture capital to small businesses
    • $5 billion to create a new "Rural Partnership Program," aimed at supporting local rural efforts
  • $100 billion for workforce development includes:
    • $40 billion towards career services and training for workers who have lost jobs
    • $12 billion in targeted funding towards "workers facing some of the greatest challenges," prioritizing underserved and hard hit communities, with $5 billion towards "evidence-based community violence prevention programs"
    • $48 billion towards worker protection and development infrastructure, including an expansion of apprenticeships, with a particular emphasis on women and people of color
The new fascist regime locks in their population control plan.
 

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Joe Biden is exceeding all expectations launching historic initiatives after only 84 days.
  1. Stimulus bolstering the economy - It will destroy the economy. GOVERNMENT SPENDING CANNOT SAVE AN ECONOMY.
  2. Heroic Pandemic management on the way to 200M vaccines in 100 days - How is the admin heroic here, specifically?
  3. Infrastructure bill proposed of epic proportions - What are epic proportions? Only 6% goes to infrastructure.
  4. Rollback of unpaid tax breaks to rich and corporations - Reinstatment of SALT DEDUCTIONS. HELPING THE RICH TO LOWER TAXES.
  5. Stock growth and jobs growth - These were trending anyway.
  6. Getting the US out of Afghanistan wars - Trump had a May 1st agreement with the Taliban to withdraw. Biden broke it. The Taliban has now said they will attack our troops if we break the agreement.

You are utterly full of shit and bring nothing of specificity to the table.

What can we expect in the future? A crashed economy, hyperinflation, a complete collapse of our institutions.
6% is a lie. Here's how the spending will break down.

Transportation
  • $621 billion for transportation includes:
    • $115 billion for modernizing roads, highways, and bridges
    • $20 billion for road safety
    • $85 billion for public transit
    • $80 billion for Amtrak and freight rail service
    • $174 billion for electric vehicles
    • $25 billion for airports
    • $17 billion for ports
    • $20 billion for neighborhoods historically excluded from transportation investments
    • $25 billion to fund new projects
    • $50 billion for infrastructure resilience, with a special emphasis on more vulnerable areas

Water
  • $111 billion for water infrastructure includes:
    • $45 billion towards fully eliminating lead pipes through various programs
    • $56 billion in loans and grants to help modernize water systems around the country
    • $10 billion for monitoring and fixing substances in drinking water
Broadband and power
  • $100 billion for broadband
    • This would build out infrastructure for 100% coverage and would specifically allocate funds for tribal lands
    • It would also seek to reduce broadband pricing
  • $100 billion for power infrastructure includes:
    • $16 billion towards plugging old wells and cleaning up abandoned mines
    • $5 billion towards revamping former industrial and energy sites
    • $10 billion for the creation of a Civilian Climate Corps
Housing and education
  • $213 billion for creating and retrofitting over 2 million housing units, with a $40 billion investment in public housing infrastructure
  • $100 billion for upgrading and building public schools
  • $12 billion for community college infrastructure
  • $25 billion for upgrading childcare facilities and making it more widely accessible
    • This is accompanied by a tax credit to incentivize building childcare at Americans' places of work
  • $18 billion to modernize Veterans Affairs hospitals, as well as $10 billion for federal buildings
  • $400 billion towards home/community care for the elderly and disabled
    • This would expand access, and seek to improve wages, benefits, and unionization for workers in the industry.
Research and development
  • $180 billion towards R&D includes:
    • $50 billion for the National Science Foundation
    • $30 billion for innovation and job creation R&D
    • $40 billion in upgrading research infrastructure, with half allocated to Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs) as well as "Minority Serving Institutions" (MSIs)
    • $10 billion for those HBCUs and MSIs, as well as $15 billion to create over 200 centers at them to serve as research incubators
    • $35 billion in climate research and development

Manufacturing and labor
  • $300 billion for American manufacturing and small business
    • $50 billion for a new office for a new office focused on domestic industry
    • $50 billion for research and manufacturing for semiconductors
    • $30 billion to create new jobs and fend off losses during future pandemics
    • $46 billion for federal buying, with an emphasis on various clean technologies
    • $20 billion for regional innovation hubs
    • $14 billion towards increasing competitiveness through technological advances
    • $52 billion to domestic manufacturers
    • $31 billion for programs providing credit, R&D funding, and venture capital to small businesses
    • $5 billion to create a new "Rural Partnership Program," aimed at supporting local rural efforts
  • $100 billion for workforce development includes:
    • $40 billion towards career services and training for workers who have lost jobs
    • $12 billion in targeted funding towards "workers facing some of the greatest challenges," prioritizing underserved and hard hit communities, with $5 billion towards "evidence-based community violence prevention programs"
    • $48 billion towards worker protection and development infrastructure, including an expansion of apprenticeships, with a particular emphasis on women and people of color
The new fascist regime locks in their population control plan.
...but only the richest will be taxed as Pinochijoe's nose grows longer and longer
 
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Joe Biden is exceeding all expectations launching historic initiatives after only 84 days.
  1. Stimulus bolstering the economy
  2. Heroic Pandemic management on the way to 200M vaccines in 100 days
  3. Infrastructure bill proposed of epic proportions
  4. Rollback of unpaid tax breaks to rich and corporations
  5. Stock growth and jobs growth
  6. Getting the US out of Afghanistan wars
Even the biggest haters have to admit we are better off now.

What can we expect in the future?
I think biden is spending borrowed money recklessly

in part because he screwed up the border situation and spending up to $350 a night to house thousands of illegal alien children

the debt that dems are piling up could blow up the federal budget in the future

Plus china and russia are making ominous threats that may lead to bloodshed and territorial aggression in ukraine and taiwan

so all is not as rosy as you think it is
You think the debt will be out of control cuz of $350 spending on thousands of illegal aliens? Bwahahahaha.
 

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Joe Biden is exceeding all expectations launching historic initiatives after only 84 days.
  1. Stimulus bolstering the economy
  2. Heroic Pandemic management on the way to 200M vaccines in 100 days
  3. Infrastructure bill proposed of epic proportions
  4. Rollback of unpaid tax breaks to rich and corporations
  5. Stock growth and jobs growth
  6. Getting the US out of Afghanistan wars
Even the biggest haters have to admit we are better off now.

What can we expect in the future?
I think biden is spending borrowed money recklessly

in part because he screwed up the border situation and spending up to $350 a night to house thousands of illegal alien children

the debt that dems are piling up could blow up the federal budget in the future

Plus china and russia are making ominous threats that may lead to bloodshed and territorial aggression in ukraine and taiwan

so all is not as rosy as you think it is
You think the debt will be out of control cuz of $350 spending on thousands of illegal aliens? Bwahahahaha.
Real Americans think its nuts to waste 10 cents on funding illegal actions
 

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Joe Biden is exceeding all expectations launching historic initiatives after only 84 days.
  1. Stimulus bolstering the economy
  2. Heroic Pandemic management on the way to 200M vaccines in 100 days
  3. Infrastructure bill proposed of epic proportions
  4. Rollback of unpaid tax breaks to rich and corporations
  5. Stock growth and jobs growth
  6. Getting the US out of Afghanistan wars
Even the biggest haters have to admit we are better off now.

What can we expect in the future?

Nobody believes you
 

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Joe Biden is exceeding all expectations launching historic initiatives after only 84 days.
  1. Stimulus bolstering the economy
  2. Heroic Pandemic management on the way to 200M vaccines in 100 days
  3. Infrastructure bill proposed of epic proportions
  4. Rollback of unpaid tax breaks to rich and corporations
  5. Stock growth and jobs growth
  6. Getting the US out of Afghanistan wars
Even the biggest haters have to admit we are better off now.

What can we expect in the future?

Nobody believes you
He's a fucking Communist. Would you expect anything less?
 

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