ICYMI: Senator Marshall Pens Op-ed: Joe Biden is the Real Threat to Democracy

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. published an op-ed in Newsweek  slamming Joe Biden’s record of failures that have threatened our democracy.

You may click HERE or on the image above to read Senator Marshall’s full op-ed. 

Highlights from Senator Marshall’s op-ed include: 

“President Joe Biden’s failed leadership has resulted in skyrocketing inflation, crippling interest rates, a humanitarian and national security crisis at our border, lawlessness in our streets, and endless wars through weakness. With just 10 months left in his presidency and no accomplishments to run on, President Biden is desperately trying to flip the script and hide from his record of failures.”

“Without the luxury of campaigning from his basement, even the mainstream media is struggling to prop Joe Biden up from his dismal approval ratings. With nowhere to turn, Biden has built a re-election campaign based on gaslighting and projection.”

“On day one, President Biden reversed President Trump’s successful border policies and upended our national security for an invasion of terrorists, Chinese nationals, and millions of illegal “gotaways” at our wide-open border who are now living right here in our heartland.”

“I’d argue that erasing our borders for all practical purposes, allowing criminals into our country, and paying for their health care, housing, cell phones, and transportation to the tune of nearly $500 billion a year of taxpayer dollars is a threat to our democracy.”

“Along with open borders and crippling national debt, Biden threatens our democracy by ignoring our constitution, disregarding our existing laws, and undermining our highest courts to enact his radical political agenda.”

“Under President Biden’s rule, even freedom of speech is in the crosshairs. His administration created a “Disinformation Governance Board,” a dystopian program to give unelected government bureaucrats the authority to determine what the American people can say online in the name of ‘national security.’”