By Duncan Smith
Look, it’s the emperor…
Democrats and their yapping dogs in the media called former President Donald Trump a dictator or a tyrant every other day while he was in office.
But of course, not one of them could point to a single thing Trump did to take away any of their rights.
It was just part of the relentless campaign to malign his presidency and mischaracterize his leadership.
In fact, without a doubt, Americans became freer under Trump.
That’s not what’s going to happen under Joe Biden’s regime.
No, the real dictatorial tendencies in America lie within the Democratic Party. Always have, always will, and until Americans can find a way to relegate that party to the ash heap of history like the Whigs, liberty will suffer.
Breitbart News reports how, thus far, Biden is ruling by decree:
President Joe Biden has issued more executive orders in his first week in office — not yet complete, as of this writing — than any of his 45 predecessors.
As of January 25, 2021, Biden has 'issued 33 executive orders, actions, proclamations, memoranda and agency directives,' according to CNN. Twenty-one of these, according to the White House website, are executive orders.
President Donald Trump signed four in his first week in 2017; President Barack Obama signed five in 2009; President George W. Bush signed none in his first week in 2001; and President Bill Clinton signed one in 1993.
The historical norm for most presidents appears to be no more than a few executive orders, if any, in the first week. The American Presidency Project at the University of California Santa Barbara confirms that no other president has issued as many as Biden — not even Franklin Delano Roosevelt, whose energetic first 100 days set a new standard for activity.
Now, just which president and which party represents tyranny?
In just a few days, Biden has reversed much of what Trump did that made our country excel, made us stronger, more independent, and more secure — all while destroying about a million jobs with the stroke of a pen.
We can’t wait to see what the remaining 3 years, 11 months, and 25 days look like.
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