During a Monday rally in Atlanta, Biden said the payments would “go out the door immediately” if Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock win the state’s U.S. Senate seats, further stating that their victories would “put an end to the block in Washington” on approving the $2,000 payments.
Runoffs for Georgia’s two U.S. Senate races are being held on January 6, 2021, after none of the candidates won a majority of the vote in the November 3, 2020, election as required by state law. First-term Republican Sen. David Perdue faces Ossoff for one seat, and first-term Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler faces Warnock for the other. Listen to Joe Biden, making his case in the following video.
This is the language of naked vote-buying from leaders like in the past when in times of trouble. Remember a famous ideology that came out of the WWII area? Hitler reportedly promised the people “a chicken in every pot and a Volkswagen in every garage.” This is an age-old strategy by many a politician who wanted to con the people for their votes.
President credited with saying, “I want there to be no peasant in my kingdom so poor that he is unable to have a chicken in his pot every Sunday,” so maybe Hover just wanted to update this quote by adding the car in every garage. But it was not just President Hoover. It was many politicians during the depression era.also promised a chicken in every pot and a car in every garage, but is
So, what’s wrong with people getting a $2,000 stimulus check? Well, why stop at $2,000? Why not make a difference and make it $10,000 or even $100,000? Let’s also, while we are at it, make the minimum wage $1,000 per hour? What we are talking about is currency debasement. It is a con, and one will pay far more in the future for this irresponsibility. The Right Wire Report has already written extensively on how currency debasement is a terrible idea, and we won’t repeat it here – it makes the rich richer and the poor poorer. This is why elites like the con so much. But here is a link to get you started – especially focusing on point four of this article and watch the must-see video in this article that should frighten you on these dangers. Unfortunately, voters can be highly gullible – politicians know this.
Democratic self-governing rule by the people ends when people discover that they can vote themselves gracious gifts from the public treasury. They believe that it won’t be them that will pay. It will be the other guy. Self-governance requires taking responsibility, or it ends, and you surrender your sovereignty to a tyrannical state.
Yeah, I get it people are hurting. Besides, it’s just a little help temporarily to get us through a rough patch. Is this now not the potentially fourth Coronavirus stimulus? Not to even count the Fed stimulus that has already been going on for a long while. Americans and much of the world is drunk on free credit and is now rapidly going into the end game. A drunk will always find a reason to take that “last drink.”
But who set up this dire situation Biden speaks of in the first place? Was it wise to play with viruses in labs worldwide with apparent little oversight – with potential non-transparent nefarious actors in China? Given that the mortality rate of the Coronavirus is around 0.1%, was it wise to send the world into a global economic recession – potentially a depression? And then there is the shuddering of business and people’s jobs – was this the right response? And then there is the people in need – why have they not saved for a rainy day? This brings us to a conservative principle one needs to consider.
There is a reason you don’t feed the bears in our national parks. If you do, you will kill them all in the end. Do I have to explain why?
Every time in history, people that have engaged in this type of behavior, for us humans, it ended badly. Nothing more shows the difference between Left vs. Right thinking. It is a matter of understanding the responsible principles of deferred gratification. Joe Biden’s disgusting display of vote-buying with the people’s money exposes the stupidity of voters. Let’s hope on January 6, 2020, the voters show this is not the case in these Senate runoff races.