White House Gets Ripped For Living A Clear Double Standard

The Brewer Group CEO, Jack Brewer, joined ‘Fox & Friends First’ to discuss the White House’s stance on the 2016 election results, Biden trying to clarifying his anti-MAGA rhetoric, and the COVID spurred learning loss. When it comes to hypocrisy, Biden and his White House handlers, produce unrivaled hyperbolic statements, that have no substance to them, yet are stressed as the gospel truth.

That Democrats can claim, as does White house Press Secretary, Jean-Pierre, that the 2016 election was stolen by Trump – yet the Republicans or Trump himself, cannot assert that the 2020 election was stolen, through voter fraud. When the Dems say it – the media supports them. If Trump or his supporters say it – they are investigated, ridiculed and / or “excoriated” by the media. The hypocrisy is staggering.

In this interview, Brewer, calls out the Democrats for-

“doing exactly what they claim Republicans do”…but then the media gets behind them and for some reason they are allowed to change reality…it’s unbelievable to see what they’ve done and the mind games that they play on the American people…it’s sad”.

-Jack Brewer, The Brewer Group CEO

The discussion moves on, to field comments regarding Biden campaigning on basic hatred, not his own horrible policies, and dividing the nation with his fearmongering. His new tact is that, Biden essentially infers that, you might not like me – but you should fear and hate those Democracy Threatening MAGA folks more. Ridiculous.

Moving on, they discuss the devastating truth of the educational losses, felt by students (and their parents), whose test scores have plummeted because of the isolation brought on by COVID 19. With a focus on the facts, this discussion covers some of the hard topics, that Biden will not even face to date. It is an encouragement piece that promotes individualism, within the scope of a unified America. Beware – it is fraught with truth and common-sense reasoning.

“The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are, first, hard work; second, stick-to-itiveness; third, common sense.”

-Thomas A. Edison

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