Trump says Biden is waging a ‘war on the American way of life’ in searing end-of-year statement


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Marking the end of the year, Donald Trump shared a scathing highlight reel of policy shortcomings of the Biden administration.

His newsletter-like statement accused President Joe Biden of “waging war on parents, war on families, war on faith, war on American values, and war on the American way of life” and following orders from socialist Squad members Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar.

‘In one year, Biden has caused a border crisis, an energy crisis, an inflation crisis, a labor crisis, a supply chain crisis, and a violent crime crisis—all while pushing the most radical left-wing agenda in history,’ the statement began.

In a similar statement Trump released on Tuesday night, he outlined the shortcomings of Biden’s COVID-19 policy.

Among other things, he cited a selection of popular anti-Biden cudgels from last year, blaming his Democratic rival for 40 years of high inflation, the massive migrant influx at the southern border, troubling recent crime statistics and the debate over Critical Race Theory in schools.

‘It took less than 12 months for Biden and the extremists in his party to turn it all into crisis, chaos, misery, and woe,’ Trump said of the nation.

According to Trump, Biden’s more progressive environmental stance is ‘crushing American workers and families to appease radical left lunatics.’

‘Biden has systematically dismantled the foundations of American Energy Independence to satisfy AOC, Ilhan Omar, and the other extremists calling the shots in the Democrat Party,’ he stated.

As part of Biden’s $1.75 trillion Build Back Better bill, the president included billions of dollars for green energy initiatives such as a Civilian Climate Corps and electric vehicle tax breaks, but his current version appears to be dead after West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin said he would vote against it.

In addition to funding for EV chargers and electric school buses, the $1.2 trillion infrastructure investment that was recently signed into law allocates billions for the construction of a nationwide network of chargers.

Trump said Biden’s massive spending and “infrastructure bills’ ‘double-down on this fringe agenda by investing hundreds of billions in the socialist GREEN NEW DEAL.’

He also targeted top Biden officials who are working on the climate agenda.

‘Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm thinks the Biden energy crisis is FUNNY. Asked how Biden would address it, she declared, “That is hilarious. Would that I had the magic wand on this”.’ Trump said.

During an interview with Bloomberg in November, the former governor of Michigan drew attention when she laughed when asked about her plans to boost U.S. oil production.

Pete Buttigieg, the Transport Secretary, was also criticized for taking paternity leave after the birth of his twins while supply chain bottlenecks were causing havoc everywhere.

‘Absentee Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg (who deserted his job for 3 months in the midst of the largest supply chain crisis in American history) has proclaimed that Americans worried about gas prices should purchase an electric vehicle and they will “never have to worry about gas prices again”,’ Trump said in a statement issued by his Save America PAC.

‘Perhaps the Biden administration hasn’t heard that the average electric vehicle goes for almost $56,000, considerably more than the average American makes in a year.’

The former president complained about Biden ‘indoctrinating America’s children’ with Critical Race Theory after months of high tension at school board meetings where parents protested mask mandates and racially charged lessons in the public schools.

‘Biden’s Attorney General ordered the DOJ and FBI to target parents showing up at school board meetings objecting to Critical Race Theory and leftist gender ideology being forced down their children’s throats,’ Trump said, referring to a memo from Attorney General Merrick Garland ordering federal officials to work with local officials in cracking down on a ‘disturbing trend’ of violence in schools.

Glenn Youngkin finished ahead of Democratic powerhouse Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia governor’s race this year after surging ahead in the polls during the last few months before the election because of concerns over Critical Race Theory.

‘Biden’s Radical Democrat Party is forcing CRT into our children’s schools, shoving male athletes onto women’s sports teams, pushing woke racism into our military, tearing down statues of Thomas Jefferson, desecrating our history, dismantling basic election-integrity measures, and breaking decades of precedent to use taxpayer dollars to fund late-term abortion and infanticide,’ Trump said.

Trump stated that Biden’s White House ‘moved to dismantle religious protections for churches and businesses, gut faith-based adoption, abolish girls’ sports, and require doctors to perform unalterable gender-transition surgeries on children without parental notification.’

In one section of the newsletter titled ‘Biden crime wave,’ Trump says that ‘Biden and the radical leftists in his party have unleashed a tidal wave of bloodshed and chaos across the country.’

Recently, the Biden administration acknowledged the worrying rise in violent crime when it announced the Department of Justice would distribute $1.6 billion in grants to towns and cities, after at least 12 major US cities broke annual homicide records in 2021.

According to the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report for 2017, the US murder rate rose by nearly 30 percent from the previous year, with about 21,500 murders, or 6.5 per 100,000 people.

A 12% increase was seen in aggravated assault, the most prevalent type of violent crime.

Violence is defined as any act of violence or threat of violence committed in the US. A variety of charges are possible, including murder and non-negligent manslaughter, rape, sexual assault, and aggravated assault.

‘Months of anti-police rhetoric and violent riots incited by Biden, Harris, and other Democrat politicians resulted in the largest increase in America’s homicide rate in modern history and the most economically destructive riots ever recorded,’ Trump said.

Trump went after Democrats for trying to pass federal voting rights legislation ahead of the coming midterms, in response to the new election security laws passed by 19 Republican-led state legislatures this year.

‘Biden and the Radical Left Democrats in Congress spent 2021 pushing legislation to usurp states’ sacred Constitutional authority to run their own elections. The Democrats are trying to institutionalize massive election “fraud-by-design”,’ Trump stated.

‘Their legislation would ban Voter ID nationwide, mandate that states allow “ballot harvesting” (a well-known technique Democrat operatives use to cheat), and much, much more.’

Trump said that Biden ‘inherited the most secure border in history’ and then ‘deliberately blew our border security to smithereens and invited millions of illegal aliens from all over the world to enter our country illegally.’

In conclusion, Trump called the Biden administration a ‘national disgrace,’ adding: ‘No president has ever caused so much damage in so short a time.’

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