Biden and radical left’s policies are destroying America

How much worse could the Democrats screw things up? Don’t tempt them.

The last year and a half (yes, it’s only been 18 months) have revealed the utter incompetence of the Biden administration and the radical left. Their disastrous policies are destroying our country; the economy is in shambles, the southern border is wide open, gas prices are still at record highs, and the president is getting covid.

Did you see the latest inflation numbers? Hold on to your wallets, and prices are only going to get worse. Rather than take inflation seriously, Biden and his cabal of leftists are crushing American energy with their America Last policies, focusing on climate change, proposing massive new taxes, and denying we are in a recession. So much for caring about the kitchen table issues, right, Joe?

Now more than ever, we must fight back against these leftists to save America.

Linda Young

Everett

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