Pres. Biden Predicts: “In 10 Years, America Is Going to Look Around and Say, ‘My God, Look What We Did’”

Craig Bannister | June 19, 2023
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On Saturday, Pres. Joe Biden made a bold prediction about how Americans will view his presidency a decade from now.

At a political rally in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania hosted by union members, Biden predicted that Americans will look back in shock at his administration did – and on the money it spent:

“In 10 years, America is going to look around and say, ‘My God, look what we did.’”

“‘Look at the nation’s roads, bridges, airports, at all the — all the investments,’” Biden continued.

In his address, Pres. Biden touted some of his administration’s “investments.”

“I didn’t just come into office with a theory; I came with a plan.  And it started with passing the American Rescue Plan — a plan to vaccinate the nation and get our economy going again,” Biden said.

“When Democrats passed the ARP in March 2021 without any Republican support, it was billed as an economic necessity for getting the country through the COVID-19 pandemic, and Biden described every allocation of funds in the legislation as essential, Fox News reported.

But, instead of battling COVID and the financial hardship it caused, millions of dollars from the nearly two trillion dollar bill went to other causes, such as social engineering:

“A federal government agency dedicated to supporting libraries and museums across the country spent $15 million in funds from President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package on programs pushing ‘anti-racist’ education and ‘social activism’ for children.”

“Next, we passed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law because of you,” Biden told the union workers - without mentioning that billions were funneled out of the $1.2 trillion package to subsidize his “green” agenda.

Biden also boasted of his passage of the “Inflation Reduction Act,” a misleadingly named bill which was actually a $750 billion Trojan Horse for funding other controversial agenda items. For example, nearly half ($369 billion) of the “inflation reduction” spending in the bill is dedicated to climate initiatives.

The bill also funds, and calls for, the hiring of 87,000 additional Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents.

So, Biden’s prediction may turn out to be accurate – just not in the way he thinks.