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Is Joe Biden a stand-in for Barack Obama's 3rd term?

Last June, while being interviewed on the “The Ezra Klein Show" podcast, Obama said: “I think that what we’re seeing now, is Joe and the administration are essentially finishing the job. Ninety percent of the folks who were there in my administration, they are continuing and building on the policies we talked about."

Obama has always openly said what he was going to do. His best-know comment was, his "fundamentally transforming the United States of America" remark, but he's always been open about his intentions. So, the question needs to be asked, was a deal made? Was Joe Biden given the nomination on the condition that the old-school Democrat promise to continue Obama's socialization, racialization and genderfication of America?

Obama, the Democratic National Committee and the guy who cleans the White House rest rooms all knew Biden wasn't up to the job, but they weren't concerned. They just needed the beard. This goes a long way to explain the Democrats' extraordinary election tampering in 2020 to ensure Biden was perceived as the victor.

Oddly, it's a Politico report, celebrating the fact that the day after his inauguration Biden signed 17 executive orders (EO) "in his first hours as president," that provides us with some clues.

It is normal and usual for a new president’s first policy moves to be reversals or modifications of his predecessor's policies, but Biden's "team" had to bring these EOs into the Oval Office using a hand truck.

Joe Biden hadn't taken his first wizz in the Oval Office washroom yet, but he signed seventeen EOs (and a few Politico leaves out). What follows are some of the more notable EOs and my question to you is, do any of these sound like they originated from a 40+-years-in-the-Senate, good old boy from Delaware, or do they sound more like our Marxist friend from Hawaii (via Jakarta)?

Revoke the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline

Biden revoked the presidential permit for the $8 billion Keystone XL pipeline that would have transported the life blood of America from Canada to Texas. The order also banned drilling in several national parks and national monuments and set stricter emissions and fuel economy standards for vehicles. That brainstorm is working out really well. Oil prices have soared to over $100 per barrel under Biden. Oddly, the last time oil reached these prices was when Barry was occupying the Oval Office.

End the 1776 Commission

Biden terminated Trump's 1776 Commission, a project aimed at promoting a more conservative history curriculum in U.S. schools. It also directs all federal agencies to create an equity action plan within 200 days to “address unequal barriers to opportunity in agency policies and programs.”

Ban workplace discrimination against LGBT employees

Biden signed an executive order making it clear that his administration interprets the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as prohibiting workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. Come on now! Does creating a protected class, based upon who and what you're having sex with, sound like the Joe Biden you know? This is classic "Bathhouse Barry."

Halt construction of the U.S.-Mexico border wall

Biden declared an immediate termination of the national emergency declaration that the Trump administration used to divert federal funding to building the U.S.-Mexico border wall, and ordered a pause on its construction while the new administration reviews the funding and contracts. "Pause," my ass! This EO simply returns things to the way they were under Obama.

Rejoin the Paris climate accords

Biden signed an EO to rejoin the Paris climate accords that President Trump exited last year because they are bad for America. The EO is in violation of the US Constitution that requires all treaties to be approved by the U. S. Senate. The international pact aims to push all countries to slash their greenhouse gas emissions (especially the USA). It was Obama, who signed The Accords. Now, Biden signs an unconstitutional EO in an attempt to rejoin, bypassing the Senate. Again, this just returns things to the way Obama wanted them to be.

It is interesting to note, Politico omitted at least one other EO that was signed at the same time, the "Executive Order On Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government." This executive order appears to be the "equity action plan" referenced in the 1776 order, that was due in "200 days."

Yet, here it is and dated January 20, 2021. The EO describes a plan that clearly creates a socialist-model government, designed to support massive reparations. No wonder Politico overlooked this one.

That it was Susan Rice, one of Obama's closest aides and spinners, who presented the "equity plan" to the public. tells the tale, and reinforces Obama's boast that, "ninety percent of the folks who were there in my administration are continuing and building on the policies we talked about."

This is Barack Obama's agenda. These EOs are all part of Obama's "fundamental transformation of the United States of America," and were written by his people long before Joe Biden took the oath. So it really doesn't matter whose signature is on these EOs -- Joe Biden's, Barack Obama's or Mickey Mouse's.

When you look at the key senior White House advisers and cabinet member, it becomes apparent, that they all have had a long-term relationship with Barack Obama and are obligated to him. Only Ron Klain might be viewed as a Biden guy, but I wouldn't take that to the bank. He's been close to Obama for years.

Ron Klain Chief of Staff Biden's Chief of Staff during Obama reign
Jake Sullivan National Security Adviser Obama adviser since 2008
Susan Ricel Domestic Policy Adviser With Obama since 2008 as UN ambassador and National Security Adviser
Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall Homeland Security Adviser Senior Obama adviser for 8 years -- many roles
Cecilia Rouse Economic Adviser Obama's First Economic Adviser
Lloyd Austin Secretary Of Defense Obama nominated Austin for fourth star
Merrick Garland Attorney General Nominated to Supreme Court by Obama
Alejandro Mayorkas Secretary of Homeland Security Was on Obama's 2008 transition team and then to Homeland Security

Ironically, it is Joe Biden, himself, that provides us with the best evidence yet, that he is not the Command-in-Chief. As Russian tanks continue to roll into Ukraine, Joe Biden was not in the Situation Room. He retreated to his happy place, in the basement of his home in Delaware, with nurse Jill.

Barack Obama is the man behind the curtain, and yes, the Biden administration is Obama's 3rd term and if the Democrats are not swept out of office come November, it will be too late to prevent Barack Obama from making good on his promise to change America forever.