Lots of people who allegedly voted for Joe Biden last year said they did so because they could no longer put up with Donald Trump’s demeanor and his ‘mean tweets.’
That shortsighted, superficial view of who they thought would actually be best to lead our country — a brusque but successful president versus a feeble, gaffe-prone career politician — is turning out to be the biggest mistake those voters have made in their lives.
And ours, too.
For Trump may have ruffled feathers, but here’s some of what he did for us:
— Controlled our borders
— Made historic peace deals, most of them in the volatile Middle East
— Kept Russia and China at bay with tough negotiations and a strong military
— Made America energy independent for the first time in decades
— Kept gasoline and energy prices down
— Kept overall prices down
Now that Biden’s been in office for less than a year:
— Russia and China are eyeing conquests (Ukraine and Taiwan, respectively)
— Gas prices are more than double
— Peace is unraveling in the Middle East again
— The U.S. -Mexico border is essentially wide open for human and drug traffickers
— The U.S. is becoming energy-dependent again by canceling much-needed pipelines and drilling projects
— The administration is spending money like a drunken sailor, which is driving up inflation to near-historic levels
Speaking of inflation, which acts as a hidden tax on all Americans, though it hits lower-wage earners the hardest (the very Americans Biden and Democrats claim to care about the most), it continues to skyrocket like it has since Biden took office, according to the Labor Department’s most recent figures, reports noted this week…..
- Bill Gates and Anthony Fauci have created a formidable public-private partnership that wields incredible power over the American public, along with global health and food policies
- Inspired by Rockefeller’s business model, Bill and Melinda Gates donated $36 billion worth of Microsoft stock to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation between 1994 and 2018
- Gates also created Bill Gates Investments (BGI), which predominantly invests in multinational food, agriculture, pharmaceutical, energy, telecom and tech companies with global operations
- Gates strategically targets BMGF’s charitable gifts to give him control of the international health and agricultural agencies and the media, allowing him to dictate global health and food
- Fauci and Gates met in person, shaking hands in 2000 in an agreement to control and expand the global vaccine enterprise
- You can read all of the details in Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s best-selling book, “The Real Anthony Fauci,” which contains more than 2,200 footnotes of referenced data
Bill Gates and Anthony Fauci have become household names in the U.S., their largely sterling reputations protected by a heavily biased press. Less known is the deep partnership between the two — the culmination of which has created a formidable public-private partnership that wields incredible power over the American public, along with global health and food policies.
You can read all of the details in Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s bestselling book, “The Real Anthony Fauci,” which contains more than 2,200 footnotes backing up its data. It exposes the connection between Gates and Fauci, as well as how Gates patterned his rise to control after John Rockefeller’s empire.
In 1913, Rockefeller created the Rockefeller Foundation, which is largely responsible for creating the Big Pharma-controlled medical paradigm that exists today. The foundation imbued its philosophy, precepts and ideologies into the League of Nations Health Organization, which turned into the World Health Organization.
Now, Gates contributes to WHO via multiple avenues, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) as well as GAVI, which was founded by the Gates Foundation in partnership with WHO, the World Bank and various vaccine manufacturers. Together, this makes Gates WHO’s No. 1 funder.
How Gates Used Rockefeller’s Business Model….