Our children fill college football stadiums with roars of “Fuck Joe Biden”. Think about it.
Joe Biden thinks America’s allies are pleased with the way he withdrew from Afghanistan, even though the United Kingdom’s Parliament held him in contempt and called what he did “catastrophic” and “shameful”.
Joe Biden thinks his authorization of Russia’s Nord Steam 2 pipeline is not inconsistent with his cancellation of America’s Keystone XL pipeline (which he says would be an existential threat to the environment).
Joe Biden thinks his construction of Tajikistan’s border wall is not inconsistent with his cancellation of America’s southern border wall (which he says is racist).
Joe Biden is just one of the “special people”.
Bill de Blasio thinks his COVID-19 policy (banning people without face masks from restaurants and movie theaters) is not inconsistent with his joining “special people” at a $30,000 per person gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art without face masks.
Mark Milley thinks the wealth of money taken from American taxpayers has bought and paid for the mightiest and most effective fighting force in the world.
Randi Weingarten thinks it’s in our children’s best interest to be taught that all White babies are different from all Black babies at the moment of birth.
Nancy Pelosi and Gavin Newsom think we believe what they say about COVID-19, even though they unabashedly disobey face mask mandates that they impose on our children.
Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Randi Weingarten, Mark Milley, Bill de Blasio, and other “special people” who look like them and hold the reins of power, think we believe them when they say equity demands that the reins of power must be held by people who don’t look like them.
Joe Biden thinks we believe his story about his being arrested in South Africa as he tried to visit Nelson Mandela in prison.
Joe Biden thinks we believe his story that he doesn’t know anything about the overseas business activities of his son Hunter Biden.
If you don’t think like “special people” do, it’s your “right” and your “duty” to join the roars in college football stadiums. That’s exactly what our Declaration of Independence says.