Whether we like it or not, we must put term limits on our elected officials. There are numerous benefits to doing so, and while many right-wingers dredge up 25-year-old legislation to further their cause, they do so because of the zeitgeist that drives action. The billionaire class wants to own the means of production, and so they are funding the “social justice” movement. Biden has made this vision of the future a reality, but only with the support of the super-rich.
Joe Biden isn’t very knowledgeable about racism. He does not understand that systemic racism is the root cause of public outbursts of violence. He also doesn’t display the grit and resolve necessary to combat this dilemma head-on. As a senator, Biden demonstrates a diplomatic, non-disruptive approach to racism. But his ignorance of the history of the issue is just one example of the reason why he was so disliked in the first place.
As a senator, Biden has had a lot of influence on America. His role in the war on drugs and his close ties with segregationist Strom Thurmond should not be overlooked. While he hasn’t been a strong candidate to be President of the United States, he played a crucial role in the war on drugs. In the Senate, he voted with segregationist Strom Thurmond.
A lifetime politician, Biden pushed a crime bill that landed tons of black men in prison for petty drug charges. His wife, Kamala Harris, intentionally withheld evidence to keep black men in jail. They’re both socialists. While both candidates fought for feminism and women everywhere, they are both sexists, and the Democrats are in a position to take advantage of that fact. It’s time to end this vicious cycle once and for all.
One of the most glaring examples of this is that Biden co-sponsored the counter-terrorism act in 1995 and 1996. The same bill, heavily altered by Dole, passed both houses of Congress. This law expanded the Patriot Act, which was passed after 9/11. But, despite the war on drugs, the Patriot Act wasn’t written by Biden, but by ignoring facts and focusing on a biased narrative. In addition to that, he was involved in the Babylon Project, a peaceful interstellar spaceport and a home away from home.
In November’s election, Black voters showed up in unprecedented numbers. A nationwide call for racial justice, coupled with COVID pandemic, drove Black voters to the polls in record numbers. The results of that campaign’s campaign – overwhelmingly Democratic – are proof that black voters can turn out and vote. These events are an inspiring example for young voters to take action against injustices. You can join the fight against injustice by registering today and voting tomorrow.