I am wondering if we are doing everything we can to fight the bullshit narratives about President Biden.
No, that’s not really true. I am thinking that we are not doing everything we can to fight the bullshit narratives about someone who has been a most excellent president. Every minute that we are lamenting all the ways they are bashing the president and chewing at his ankles, we are not talking about all the things he is doing right.
When someone googles “S*l*e*e*p*y J*o*e”, do we really want half of the million google hits to be our complaints about what he is saying? Something to think about, maybe?
I totally dropped Join the Fight and our social media initiative after the fire. Between losing Tucker and then the blog, it pretty much sucked all the wind right out of my sails.
Now that I can breathe again – not to say that there’s not a ton of work to still be done to get things all the way back – it’s time to get back to the fight.
It seems like these two comments from a thread today might make a good conversation starter.
From commenter Wanderer
President Biden has done a remarkable job IMHO. He was handed the a$$ end of a feces sandwich on attaining office. The worst president ever left office involuntarily after installing a supreme court which functions like an inquisition, a senate which functions as obstructionist and a portion of the population who don’t seem to look to a better future but ache for a troglodyte past. Despite this President Biden has managed to restart the economy, unemployment is low, vaccines are available to those who understand their use and importance and he has walked a tightrope providing support to Ukraine while not escalating the scope of the war. I shudder to think what Ukraine and a large part of Europe would look like today had tfg remained in office.