Biden Quickly Gets To Work | Beaufort County Now | Rome wasn't ruined in a day. But you can try. | lifezette, joe biden, getting to work, donald trump, trump administration, january 21, 2021

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Biden Quickly Gets To Work

Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the LifeZette. The author of this post is David Kamioner.

    Joe Biden wasted no time Wednesday afternoon, as he signed executive orders canceling many Trump administration accomplishments and initiatives.

    FNC: "He wants to roll up his sleeves and get to work as quickly as possible," incoming White House press secretary Jen Psaki said, adding that some of that work will be to overturn the actions of his predecessor, President Trump, to fulfill Biden's goals of 'moving the country forward.'" What were his actions and targets?

    1. The Wall — "Immediate termination." It stops now. He may not tear it down, as he will find it useful. But no more funding for it. And the southern door is going to be wide open.

    "The Biden administration is going to have a very different approach to regional migration," incoming White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said. There will be a "special emphasis" to address the "root causes of migration in the region." Ah, the "root causes" ploy so beloved of the Left. In the 60s they went whole hog addressing the root causes of crime and poverty. And that's worked out so well. DACA is on again too. And oh yeah, the "Muslim Ban" is done. Anybody from those nations can waltz in now unencumbered by silly security concerns. That has also worked out well in the past.

    2. Census — Illegals will now be counted for census and reappointment purposes, just as the Founders intended.

    3. WHO — We're back in the World Health Organization and Dr. Fauci, our modern Talleyrand, will lead us back to the table.

    4. Paris Climate Accords — Back in there too. Foreign nations get to make economic decisions for us again. Oh joy.

    Biden's national climate adviser, Gina McCarthy, said the move will be an "important step for the U.S. to regain and strengthen its leadership opportunities," and also that Biden sees it as "abundantly clear" that climate change "poses an existential threat." She is believed to have been sober when making that statement, but accounts vary.

    5. Keystone XL Pipeline — Dead. Why be energy independent if it hurts a fish or a swallow?

    "He will sign a broad executive order that takes steps that are imperative to address our climate crisis and will create good union jobs and advance environmental justice," Gina McCarthy said. Biden will also reverse "more than 100 of the previous administration's harmful policies." Yup, clean sweep.

    6. Free Money — Biden "supports Congress acting immediately to cancel $10,000 in student loan debt per person...These are emergency measures that will help make sure no American is put in the place to make the decision to pay their student loans or put food on the table," an aide said. Funny, never heard anyone in a checkout line say, "My student loan or my groceries. Where are my priorities right now?" There are more Biden day one actions. But basic humanity mandates we spare you.


HbAD0

Latest Op-Ed & Politics

Public school systems in the Tar Heel State are experiencing the highest declines in student enrollment in decades.
Republican leaders in the N.C. General Assembly say they will consider overriding the governorís veto of Senate Bill 37, the school reopening bill, as soon as Monday, March 1.
No significant difference in severity of pandemic between states that locked down and those that did not.
A group of Wake County parents has written Gov. Roy Cooper asking him to reopen schools for in-person instruction.

HbAD1

Approximately 18,000 Students to Participate in Career Awareness Programs Across North Carolina
James Antle of the Washington Examiner documents one noticeable impact of Donald Trumpís White House term.
Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed bipartisan legislation to reopen N.C. public schools statewide.
Tobias Hoonhout writes for National Review Online about the 45th presidentís upcoming appearance ot a major conservative event.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Wednesday released its analysis of Johnson & Johnsonís one-shot dose COVID-19 vaccine, supporting its authorization for emergency use.
It's the new command focus from Team Biden
Mental health experts who are also parents with students in Wake County Public Schools are sounding an alarm over a rising mental health crisis due to a lack of full-time classroom instruction.

HbAD2

 
Back to Top