Since president Joe Biden began his first term as president in January of 2021, the commander in chief of the United States has failed in many regards in terms of governance at both the domestic and international levels. Indeed, early in his term, Biden promoted spending packages in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic that were touted and passed by the-then Democrat controlled congress. Trillions of dollars in new federal spending was authorized, and due to this (at least in part) rampant inflation has been experienced by Americans across the nation. The value of the U.S. dollar has declined, and wages continue to stagnate. It is estimated that some 60% of individuals are living paycheck to paycheck, and the struggling working class (which has been shrinking for years) appears poorly equipped to shoulder the burdens of this downturn.
Internationally, Biden has been more incompetent in comparison to his domestic policy. In the summer of 2021, he botched the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan; 13 servicemembers were killed, and millions of dollars in military equipment was abandoned, likely falling into the hands of the Taliban. Biden also lifted sanctions imposed on Russia by the previous president Donald Trump and allowed Putin to drill for oil in the North Atlantic. Following this, the Kremlin invaded Ukraine, bringing war back to the European continent for the first time since 1945.
In early October, the Muslim terrorist group Hamas attacked Israel, murdering over 1,000 innocent civilians. While many Democrats have protested Israel and openly supported the terrorists, the nation continues to strike back at Hamas in bordering Gaza. The terrorists have routinely used civilians as ways to “shield” themselves from Israeli attacks and force them to remain in dangerous areas as a way to achieve negative publicity for Israel and make it appear as if they are “targeting” civilians. In a recent report, the United Nations claimed that 40% of hospitals in Gaza are non-functional.