The Democrat Party Is the Problem, Not Biden

Anti-American Sentiments Guarantee No Better Nominee for President

The Democrat Party is the problem, not Biden. His handlers portrayed him as a moderate, but his regime has shown its totalitarian nature.

We should not underestimate the people who put a corrupt, mediocre career politician in the White House. (Flickr)

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Dwindling support for Joe Biden and mounting evidence of his corruption increase the likelihood he will not be the Democrat nominee for president. He is a distraction and should compel little of our attention. His handlers are running the show, and any other Democrat nominee will be just as bad or worse under their tutelage.

Biden’s handlers portrayed him in 2020 as a moderate. However, his regime has shown its totalitarian nature at every turn. It criminally uses our government against its enemies and covers for its friends. It divides us into victims and oppressors, an effective Marxist strategy.

We should not underestimate the people who put a cognitively challenged, corrupt, mediocre career politician in the White House. They fixed the 2016 and 2020 primaries for their candidates. This antidemocratic corruption and arrogance towards the party grassroots is why Robert Kennedy Jr. is running as an independent.

The people who have controlled the Democrat Party since the Barack Obama administration will install a nominee they are sure will execute their destructive, totalitarian agenda. To recover our liberty, security, and timeless founding principles, we must defeat the new Democrat agenda, not any specific individual.

Events promoted by the Biden regime but not controlled by it are boomeranging on it and provide new insight into its agenda. The Biden regime empowered Iran with $80 billion in oil revenue since 2021. The Ayatollahs used the funds to savagely attack Israel through Hamas.

Iran’s use of anti-Israeli polarization is working as the Ayatollah’s want in the Middle East and Europe. However, it is putting Iran’s US enablers—the Biden regime—in a bind by triggering the radical Democrat base 12 months before the presidential election.

Traditional Democrats were repulsed by Hamas’s October 7 savagery. That is why the Biden regime immediately sent Israel military aid. Democrat extremists, especially young ones, accuse Biden of genocide for supporting Israel.

Support from Democrats’ radical base for Hamas’s butchering old people, women, and babies disgusts most Americans. Traditional Democrat Jews have already begun to return to their habitual appeasement of Palestinians after seeing the inevitable collateral deaths from Israel’s reaction. The rampant anti-Semitism on display at universities and at the White House gate, without Biden condemnation, should keep at least a portion of Jews from remaining with the Democrat Party.

The pro-Hamas fanaticism in the United States is a direct result of the polarization-through-demonization strategy employed by Democrat manipulators. It is identity politics, the creation of oppressor and victim groups: Israelis are oppressors, Muslims are victims.

The Biden regime’s bumbling vice president touts a new anti-Islamophobia initiative while Jewish students are afraid for their physical safety at many campuses. Identity politics is also why Obama made a moral equivalence between Hamas and Israel. A real US leader would have had a permanent antidiscrimination campaign, promoting individualism instead of collectivism.

As president, Obama drove Sunni Arab leaders toward Israel by empowering Iran. No longer able to depend on the United States for their security, these Arabs looked to Israel as a firm deterrent to Iran. Trump used this to conclude the Abraham Accords between Arab states and Israel. Saudi Arabia was about to join, which was an important factor in Iran’s decision to unleash Hamas now.

The Ayatollahs had an ace in the hole. For almost all of Israel’s existence, Arab autocrats scapegoated corruption and oppression of their populations by demonizing Israel. They changed course out of practicality when Obama embraced Iran, but their people had been conditioned against Israel.

The Ayatollahs knew Arab populations would be enraged by Israel’s inevitable war after Hamas butchered Israeli citizens. This pressures Israel’s new Arab friends and weakens US influence in the Middle East. With mixed messages, the Biden regime wants to keep Israel from destroying Hamas.

The Hamas-Israel conflict is part of a world war between tyranny and liberty. The existence of liberty threatens tyrannies. China leads the world’s tyrannies and supports Iran. Iran controls Hamas.

The Chinese Communist Party cannot survive if the United States forces it to compete on a level playing field—with respect for intellectual property and reciprocal tariffs—as Donald Trump was doing as president. China must, therefore, transform the US government into a self-hating tyranny to survive.

The Biden regime has empowered China and Iran and has driven Russia into China’s arms. These three and other tyrannies want to make the United States like them and have it cease to be the world leader. However, US enemies need allies within our borders. As Abraham Lincoln said, if we lose our freedom “It will be because we destroyed ourselves.” This is Obama’s transformation of the United States.

Obama’s and the Biden regime’s polarization strategy has reared its ugly head in reaction to the Ayatollah’s attack on freedom. This could not have happened without the Biden regime’s empowering of Iran and China.

We must recognize that our homegrown tyrants have common cause with the tyrannies of our foreign enemies. Biden’s handlers are capable of sacrificing him to try to disguise their responsibility for our current disaster and continue in power. They will find a candidate they can control, and this still could be Biden. Regardless, the party and its insiders are the danger to our liberty, not any handpicked nominal leader.

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This article reflects the views of the author and not necessarily the views of the Impunity Observer.

Steven Hecht

Editor at Large Steve Hecht is a businessman, writer, and film producer, born and raised in New York. He has lived and worked in Guatemala since 1972. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Master of Business Administration in Banking and Finance, both from Columbia University. He has worked on development projects in Guatemala to help the country leave its underdeveloped state and reach its great potential. Realizing the misconceptions prevalent about Guatemala and Latin America in the outside world, he has written for the Washington Times, Daily Caller, Fox News, Epoch Times, BizPac Review, Washington Examiner, Frontpage Mag, New English Review, PanAm Post, and PJ Media. He has appeared as a guest on national American media networks and programs, including the One America News, Newsmax, and The Lars Larson Show. Steve’s reporting has included meeting with coyotes, the human smugglers who have ferried millions of illegal immigrants into the United States via Guatemala’s 595-mile border with Mexico.

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