President-"Elect" Joe Biden!

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
And you’ll have the opportunity to vote against Biden in 2024 if you oppose his policies.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
I dont remember the board of electors pronouncing Joe Bite Me XiBiden as the president elect yet. Why do stupid people follow what the progressive masters tell them to say? I am a free person, will remain free, even if the progs steal this election...if you know what i mean.

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He is trying to buy off the college age thugs to support him as he steals the election---remember he needs them to serve as his brown shirts who attack and burn down cities when they don't get their own way.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
Only the ones that work for Xi and the CCP
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
We were actually bankrupt when Bush was in office. Then along came the meat puppet faggot and Ukraine Joe to dig the hole twice as deep with Nanzi Pilousy's dentures.


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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
Only the ones that work for Xi and the CCP
Like Trump did... diverting money from defense to pay for a useless wall and built a whopping 15 miles.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
college debt is a personal issue not governmental,,, and the governemnt paying those debts maks it a national issue,,,

so sorry they pay their debts they agreed to,,,
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
And you’ll have the opportunity to vote against Biden in 2024 if you oppose his policies.
/—-/ Anyone who thinks Biden won’t be 25th Amendment out within a month is a fool. He’s a place holder for Commie Harris.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
college debt is a personal issue not governmental,,, and the governemnt paying those debts maks it a national issue,,,

so sorry they pay their debts they agreed to,,,
Nah, it's a national security issue....why? Because the President apparently can decide whatever a national emergency is and assume God-like powers. Just like the blob did.

SO its a national security issue...why? Because Presidebt--errr President Bye-Don said so. (maybe)
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
And you’ll have the opportunity to vote against Biden in 2024 if you oppose his policies.
/—-/ Anyone who thinks Biden won’t be 25th Amendment out within a month is a fool. He’s a place holder for Commie Harris.
So on Februray 22, can I call you a fool?
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
college debt is a personal issue not governmental,,, and the governemnt paying those debts maks it a national issue,,,

so sorry they pay their debts they agreed to,,,
Nah, it's a national security issue....why? Because the President apparently can decide whatever a national emergency is and assume God-like powers. Just like the blob did.

SO its a national security issue...why? Because Presidebt--errr President Bye-Don said so. (maybe)
nope wrong again,,,
 

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And you’ll have the opportunity to vote against Biden in 2024 if you oppose his policies.
No you won't! Even if you believe Biden will somehow survive charges of election fraud his mental
facilities degenerate day by day.
He is a useless fraud in every way imaginable.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
college debt is a personal issue not governmental,,, and the governemnt paying those debts maks it a national issue,,,

so sorry they pay their debts they agreed to,,,
Nah, it's a national security issue....why? Because the President apparently can decide whatever a national emergency is and assume God-like powers. Just like the blob did.

SO its a national security issue...why? Because Presidebt--errr President Bye-Don said so. (maybe)
nope wrong again,,,
Actually I'm not. But I'm as used to being right as you are to being wrong.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
college debt is a personal issue not governmental,,, and the governemnt paying those debts maks it a national issue,,,

so sorry they pay their debts they agreed to,,,
Nah, it's a national security issue....why? Because the President apparently can decide whatever a national emergency is and assume God-like powers. Just like the blob did.

SO its a national security issue...why? Because Presidebt--errr President Bye-Don said so. (maybe)
nope wrong again,,,
Actually I'm not. But I'm as used to being right as you are to being wrong.
saying it doesnt make it so,,,
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
college debt is a personal issue not governmental,,, and the governemnt paying those debts maks it a national issue,,,

so sorry they pay their debts they agreed to,,,
Nah, it's a national security issue....why? Because the President apparently can decide whatever a national emergency is and assume God-like powers. Just like the blob did.

SO its a national security issue...why? Because Presidebt--errr President Bye-Don said so. (maybe)
nope wrong again,,,
Actually I'm not. But I'm as used to being right as you are to being wrong.
saying it doesnt make it so,,,
Sure it does...a President can declare a national emergency for anything....just like your blob did thus giving her or him power to divert money appropriated by Congress to any crazy thing they want. Courtesy of your blob.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
college debt is a personal issue not governmental,,, and the governemnt paying those debts maks it a national issue,,,

so sorry they pay their debts they agreed to,,,
Nah, it's a national security issue....why? Because the President apparently can decide whatever a national emergency is and assume God-like powers. Just like the blob did.

SO its a national security issue...why? Because Presidebt--errr President Bye-Don said so. (maybe)
nope wrong again,,,
Actually I'm not. But I'm as used to being right as you are to being wrong.
saying it doesnt make it so,,,
Sure it does...a President can declare a national emergency for anything....just like your blob did thus giving her or him power to divert money appropriated by Congress to any crazy thing they want. Courtesy of your blob.

you forgot to show where in the constitution that power exists,,,
 

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