Today, there's buzz surrounding Joe Biden's latest ad, and let me say, it didn't quite resonate—it felt as vacuous as some perceive his tenure in the White House. The ad seemed to lack a certain spark, so much so that even the birds took flight when it aired. The opening line, in particular, struck an odd note, discussing an "extremist movement" at odds with our democracy.
Pause for a moment. We're barely seconds into the ad, yet it's veered off course. Which party is maneuvering to exclude a former president from the ballot due to personal disdain? And who's leveraging governmental bodies like the Department of Justice and FBI to surveil and target political adversaries? Hint: not the Republicans.
The fixation of Biden and his team on January 6 underscores a lack of definitive direction in their presidency. They can't champion their track record because, frankly, the economic state under Biden has been chaotic. Moreover, Biden's delivery sounds strained, almost as expected from an elder struggling to keep pace.
In fact, it's almost comical that Biden seeks this debate because the true threat emerges from his camp. Their foundation comprises individuals with anti-Semitic inclinations and uninformed youth disconnected from historical knowledge. Let's not overlook the Democrats' assault on free expression and law enforcement, not to mention their cozy ties with questionable financiers.
Advocating for a secure border, challenging indoctrination in education, and supporting Israel's right to self-defense isn't radical. Nor is the desire for reduced taxes and a thriving economy. That's an entirely different story. Their agenda seems centered on endorsing anti-Semitic, pro-criminal, and communist ideologies that threaten to fragment the country. In 2024, there's an opportunity to reset and rid ourselves of this narrative—starting, perhaps, with addressing the issues surrounding Biden's own son, Hunter.