As Americans Struggle To Feed Themselves, Biden Sails Away On Billionaire-Level Vacay

How far America has fallen in only one year since Joe Biden and the Democrats stole the election from Donald Trump, the clear winner, and ushered in a new wave of radical progressivism, which has done nothing except weaken the country on all fronts and divide the nation’s people.

It’s a sad state of affairs when the so-called president of the United States is hiding in some basement in Nantucket (a billionaire hot spot) while the people he purports to lead are struggling to maintain their households and struggle with incoming news of a new coronavirus variant.

On Sunday, Biden returned to the White House after his five-day Thanksgiving vacation to address the country on critical issues.

He spoke briefly with reporters as he attended a Christmas tree lighting ceremony on the island and also went shopping. The shopping trip made headlines after Biden was seen inside the store without a mask despite local mask requirements.

Biden addressed the nation on his administration’s efforts to combat the Omicron variant of the coronavirus on Monday as well as supply chain difficulties during the Christmas season after meeting with retail CEOs.

Biden did little to quell concerns, reiterating the fact that liberals will never let the COVID hysteria die down. It’s only a matter of time before Omnicron becomes the catalyst for another national lockdown, right in time for the ’22 midterms.

First Lady Jill Biden is also revealed the White House decorations for the holiday season on Monday afternoon. Her theme this year is “Gifts from the Heart.”

And let’s just say the quiet part out loud: Melania Trump’s Christmas decorations trounced Jill Biden’s.

Later in the week, Biden will travel to Rosemount, Minnesota to promote his infrastructure and social entitlement spending bill.

He will also commemorate World Aids Day, celebrate Hanukkah, and again address the ongoing battle against coronavirus before lighting the National Christmas tree on Thursday.

On Friday, Biden will react to the November jobs report.

Biden’s schedule does not include visiting Waukesha, Wisconsin after the horrific Christmas Parade attack that killed six and wounded over 60. Seven children are still hospitalized from the attack.

The president also has no plans to address rising crime and reports of the growing looting of retail stores.

Author: Asa McCue