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Remember The Pain Going Into 2024

Remember The Pain Going Into 2024

Before we get into this morning’s segment on The Captain's America: Third Watch with Matt Bruce, I want to kind of add more emphasis on something we talked about this morning’s episode and that has to do with the pivot that the Biden team and Democrats, in general, are going to make going into the election season for 2024.

We have seen President Biden okaying a giant swath of land up in Alaska for oil drilling yet for the last two years he and his team have been demonizing the fossil fuel industry; hobbling it, causing gas prices to go through the ceiling.

So, why is he doing this? Well, it has nothing to do with the economic well-being of the people in Alaska. He doesn't win Alaska. Alaska's a Red State. What it has to do with is looking as though he's pivoting to the center.

It is a deception.

You need to remember the pain that this man caused everybody for two years. You have to remember all of the asinine appointments that he made to his cabinet; like Pete Buttigieg, who has absolutely no business being Secretary of Transportation; like a cross-dressing, bald man who decided to steal luggage at an airport otherwise he would still be in power making policy that you have to live by.

So, you need to remember the pain. You have to dispense with the rhetoric and stop following the media narrative going into the elections. Do your own research. Remember the pain and stop falling for “orange man bad,” because they're going to run on that again whether he's the candidate or not. They're going to try to marry every single person on the Republican side as somehow having been in bed with Donald Trump.

Donald Trump's policies weren't bad.

Joe Biden's are!

Right now, this morning’s segment on The Captain's America: Third Watch with Matt Bruce…

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