A Quote Comes Full Circle

“What truly matters is not which party controls our government, but whether our government is controlled by the people. January 20th 2017, will be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again.”
- President Donald J. Trump, Inaugural Address, January 20, 2017

“January 20th 2021, will be remembered as the day a nation became the ruler of its’ people again.”
- The MUSEman, February 1st, 2021

As of February 1st, 2021, President Joe Biden* has signed 42 Executive Orders, 17 on the first day of his presidency alone: The most of any United States President, and signalling he’ll rule the country alone by Executive Fiat if he has to, in some cases against the will of “We the People”.

Perhaps Biden* should adopt the supposed words of Ancient Egypt’s Pharaohs, “So let it be written, so let it be done!“, or maybe even the words of his former boss Barack Obama, who famously said: “I’ve got a pen and I’ve got a phone, uh, and, uh, I can use that pen to sign Executive Orders…

If you’re curious to read any of Biden*s published Executive Orders free of editorial opinion by the press and politicians just click here to see the list maintained by the Federal Register of the National Archives and Records Administration.

The implications of his actions, combined with the activities surrounding the 2020 Election, are potentially frightening: A United States where political elections are suspect, violence is the voice of the People (especially by the Left), Free Speech is adjudicated by corporations rather than courts, and the President rules without the consent or approval of Congress.

It’s neither a “Constitutional Republic” defended by Conservatives nor the “Democracy” demanded by the Liberals, but instead worse than either: “Dictatorship”.

Thanks for Reading!

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