Joe Biden is shaping up to be the worst president in American history. But if you’d ask him, he’d say he was the greatest since FDR! Not even close, Joe. Anyone with half a brain would say Biden should call it quits after his first time. Instead, Biden is going for another one to quote, “Finish the job.”
From Fox News:
Biden and Harris released their official presidential announcement video, vowing to “finish the job” they started, to mixed reviews online and with the president’s potential 2024 Republican challengers.
Yep, he wants to “finish the job.” But what job would that be, welcoming millions of illegals to the border? Republicans were in no way impressed with his claims. And they blasted Biden’s toxic influence on America with a powerful ad.
NIGHTMARE: What if Joe Biden, the weakest president we’ve ever had, is re-elected? pic.twitter.com/b5HvY9GEr0
— GOP (@GOP) April 25, 2023
Republicans released an ad, speculating on what might happen if the “weakest president” was re-elected. The ad envisions a country and world in total collapse. Using actors speaking as news reporters and AI-generated images, the ad proposes a very realistic future, if crooked old Biden remains in office.
The ad predicts that China would invade Taiwan, that major banks would collapse, that over 80,000 illegals would enter the country in one day, and that the city of San Francisco would be closed due to overwhelming crime.
Well, guess what? All of those are entirely possible, given what we’ve seen from failed president Joe Biden. The man is too old, too frail, and too corrupt to save this country. He has been bought and sold by foreign powers and special interest groups. He won’t stop until our tax burden is through the roof and all our jobs have been shipped to other countries.
It’s an imaginary scenario, right now. But trust us, all of this might happen before the election.
- Joe Biden announced his re-election campaign, vowing to “finish the job” he started.
- Republicans released an ad envisioning the chaos that would spread if Biden was re-elected.