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Joe Biden Tweets During the First Year of His Failing Presidency

Volume One

Reversing Trump, while Dividing and Destroying America

January through July 2021

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the Director of Darkness to Light ministry

 

      Biden can be very disingenuous in his tweets and his claims about his various plans and polices. He thinks they are all grand and good for the country. But in fact, it is those very plans and policies that is causing his presidency to be failing just over five months in. Those plans and polices are also dividing and destroying American. Biden’s early actions also set the stage for more failures later in his presidency, so it is important to remember them.

 

 

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Table of Contents

 

Format / About the Author ………………………………..  4

Preface .....………………………………………………..   5

Related Books/ Documentation for Comments ………    6

Definitions …………………………………………………  7

Abbreviations .....…………………………………………   9

 

Chapters – 11

 

1 – Biden's @POTUS Tweets: January 2021 ………    13

2 – Biden's @POTUS Tweets: February 2021 ………   61

3 – Biden's @POTUS Tweets: March 2021 ……….     107

4 – Biden's @POTUS Tweets: April 2021 …………     181

5 – Biden's @POTUS Tweets: May 2021 …………     263

6 – Biden's @POTUS Tweets: June 2021 …………    323

7 – Biden’s @POTUS Tweets: July 2021 …………     379

 

 

Appendixes … 441

 

#1 – Bibliography.……………………………………… 443

#2 – Additional Books by the Author ………………..   493

#3 – Author’s Websites, Newsletters, Social Sites/

        Contacting the Author …………………………..  503

  

    Note: The page numbers are for the hardcopy formats.

 

Preface

 

      Joseph R. Biden Jr. was inaugurated as President of the United States (POTUS) on January 20, 2021. In his inauguration speech, Biden gave glowing remarks about his goal being to unite America and to “Build Back Better.” But in fact, his main goal seems to have been to reverse everything his predecessor, Donald J. Trump, accomplished during his four years as President.

      Never mind if a policy was benefitting America, if Trump did it, it had to be reversed. This reversal of Trump’s policies did little to unite and benefit America. Instead, Biden’s policies began alienating the half of Americans who supported Trump for those very policies. By reversing Trump’s beneficial policies, Biden began destroying America, as his presidency began to be failing. Biden’s early actions also set the stage for more failures later in his presidency, so it is important to remember them.

      On the day Biden was inaugurated, he took over the @POTUS account on Twitter and began tweeting profusely. His tweets promoted his “Build Back Better” policies. But with them being a reversal of Trump’s policies, they were often subtle attacks on Trump and his supporters.

      This two-volume set reproduces Biden’s tweets for the first year of his presidency. It also includes my comments I posted on Twitter in response to his tweets. Some of my comments were added later and reflect later developments. I have also added an occasional “Extended Comment” to provide further context and commentary to some tweets.

      Some of my comments are in the second person and refer to “you”. These are my responses to Biden’s tweets that I posted on Twitter and are directed towards him. Others are in the third person and refer to “Biden.” These are the ones written just for this book.

      This Volume One of this two-volume set records all of Biden’s tweets from January 20, 2021 to the end of July 2021. Volume Two will cover his tweets from the beginning of August 2021 to January 20, 2022.

 

 

Related Books

 

      This book is a follow-up to my book Trump’s 2020 Election Tweets, Georgia Phone Call, and January 2021 Speeches: Did Trump’s Claims of Election Fraud Lead to the Capital Building Uprising? and my book Alleged Corruption, Bias, and Fraud: Allegations of the Corruption of Joe Biden, Bias of the Media and Big Tech, and Fraud.

      The Trump’s Tweets book presents all that Trump said about the election from Election Day 2020 through the end of his presidency on January 20, 2021. The Corruption book covers events surrounding the disputed 2020 presidential election up the end of 2020.

      This Biden’s Tweets set then picks up the story in January 2021. It updates some points mentioned in the Corruption book. But further updates will be found in my forthcoming book Tragic Ending to Donald J. Trump’s Great Presidency: Capitol Building Uprising Leads to Impeachment 2.0, as Media and Big Tech Bias and Claims of Election Fraud Continues. It will cover events to the end of Trump’s presidency, plus the second impeachment and Senate trial that occurred in February 2021, plus additional later updates.

      Then my forthcoming book Trump Fights Back with Statements: Against the Lies of Joe Biden, Attacks from Dems, and the Bias of the Media and Big Tech will cover the same time period as this Biden’s Tweets set, except from Trump’s perspective.

      These books together cover the transition period from the presidency of Donald J. Trump into the presidency of Joseph R. Biden Jr.

      Add in my three-volume set Dems Cannot Beat Trump, So They Impeach Trump and my earlier book Tearing the USA Apart: From Kavanaugh, to Incivility, to Caravans, to Violence, to the 2018 Midterm Elections, and Beyond, and my politics website (www.Zeolla.org/Politics), and you have a detailed record of the entirety of the presidency of Donald J. Trump, on through the first year of Biden’s presidency.

 

Documentation for Comments

 

      The Bibliography in Appendix One of this book contains an extensive list of references documenting the claims I make in my comments. In digital versions of this book, those are clickable links. In that way, readers can finish reading this book then check out the linked to documentation of claims made.

      Extended quotes from these sources are in block quotes. However, extended Bible quotes are not, but they are easily identifiable by the superscript verse numbers. All Scripture quotes are from the author’s Analytical-Literal Translation of the Bible (ALT). Copyright © 1999-2022 by Gary F. Zeolla (www.Zeolla.org).

 


Chapters Excerpts

 

Chapter One

Biden’s @POTUS Tweets

January 2021

 

      Joe Biden took over the @POTUS Twitter account when he was inaugurated on January 20, 2021. Starting with this chapter, in this volume, I will reproduce and comment upon his tweets from that day until the end of June 2021. Volume Two will then cover his tweets from July 2021 to January 20, 2022, the one-year mark of Biden’s presidency.

      Direct tweets by Biden begin with: “President Biden @POTUS.” Retweets begin with the name line of the original poster. Tweets always end with the date. I will preface my comments about a tweet with “To comment,” so the reader can distinguish between my comments and the tweets. My comments within tweets are offset by brackets. Those usually indicate the length of a posted video or describe a tweeted picture, sometimes with commentary by me.

      I did not initially post comments on Twitter but added them here. But later, I realized I might as well post them on Twitter as I was copying Biden’s tweets, so they generally abide by Twitter’s 280-charachter limit. Those posted comments will be directed toward Biden, though it is doubtful he reads responses to his tweets. For that matter, I have serious doubts he is the one writing and posting the @POTUS tweets. In some cases, I have expanded my posted comments for inclusion here. Some were added here to give the background to a tweet.

      Longer comments by me are prefixed by “Extended Comment.” These were not posted on Twitter, as they far exceed its character limit. Most were written just for this book to provide further context and commentary on a topic mentioned by Biden in a tweet, though some were first posted on my politics website and/ or on my other social media accounts (see Appendix Three). I will end these comments with “Back to Biden” when returning to a given day’s tweets.

      I will go through the tweets chronologically. I will not put them into block quotes, as that would extend this book by many pages. Starting in mid-March 2021, I included the URLs for videos. These are clickable links in digital versions of this book. Sorry, but I did not think of including those links initially, so I missed doing so for the first two months.

      Biden’s tweets and retweets are in the Georgia font used in this sentence. My comments and most of the rest of this book are in the Times New Roman font used in this sentence. Titles and subtitles are in the Arial font used in this sentence and are usually bolded.

 

Initial Tweet

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Folks — This will be the account for my official duties as President. At 12:01 PM on January 20th, it will become @POTUS. Until then, I’ll be using @JoeBiden. And while you’re here, follow @FLOTUSBiden,  @SenKamalaHarris, @SecondGentleman, and @Transition46. Jan 14, 2021

 

January 20, 2021

Inauguration Day

 

President Biden @POTUS

      There is no time to waste when it comes to tackling the crises we face. That’s why today, I am heading to the Oval Office to get right to work delivering bold action and immediate relief for American families. Jan 20, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      After taking the oath of office this afternoon, I got right to work taking action to:

 

- Control the pandemic

- Provide economic relief

- Tackle climate change

- Advance racial equity Jan 20, 2021

 

      To comment, in his initial tweets, Biden is referring to the executive orders he signed hours after taking office. In several subsequent tweets, he refers to additional executive orders he signed through the end of the month. I will comment on these orders in detail at the end of this chapter.

 

The White House @WhiteHouse

      Tune in for the first press briefing of the Biden-Harris Administration with Press Secretary Jen Psaki. Jan 20, 2021

 

Extended Comment

Biden, Psaki, and Reporters’ Questions

 

      As it turned out, Biden needed a Press Secretary, as he will rarely take questions from the press himself. Even when holding a “press conference,” he will stumble through reading the prepared remarks off of a teleprompter, then shuffle away, turning his back on the reporters and refusing to answer any of the shouted questions. When he would take questions, they are usually from pre-picked reporters with pre-planned questions. He obviously is not up to answering impromptu questions.

      As for Psaki’s press conferences, she came to be known as “Circle Back Psaki,” as that is what she will say when asked a hard question, “I’ll have to circle back on that to you.” Though she rarely does get back to the reporter with the requested information.

      But whether Biden or Psaki, they are rarely asked difficult questions from the press corps, except for Peter Doocy. He is the White House correspondent for Fox News. To her credit, Psaki often calls on him, though Biden rarely does. But Peter gets his questions answered by way of him shouting them to Biden as he walks away, if Biden stops and takes questions, which normally, he does not.

      In any case, given that Psaki is a redhead, she also has been called Peppermint Patty. If you compare pictures of the Peanuts’ character and Psaki side by side, you will see why. They really do look alike. She is also often called Little Red Lyin’ Hood, as she often has to lie to cover up Biden’s incompetence and contradictory policies.

 

      There’s also the following:

President-elect Joe Biden said Jen Psaki, a former White House communications director, will be his press secretary, one of seven women named to top communications roles Sunday (WSJ. Biden names)

 

      The Biden-Harris transition team on Sunday announced the members of its communications team, three of whom worked for CNN and MSNBC, raising questions about the incoming administration’s close ties with the liberal news networks.

      A statement released Sunday touted that “for the first time in history, these communications roles will be filled entirely by women.” But what also stood out was that several of the new members had deep ties with Democratic administrations as well as mainstream media outlets.

      The transition team said that veteran Democratic spokeswoman Jen Psaki will serve as the White House Press Secretary. Psaki, who held several senior roles during the Obama administration, recently left her gig as a CNN contributor to oversee the confirmations team for the Biden-Harris transition…

      Symone Sanders, who will serve as the senior adviser and chief spokesperson for Harris, was a CNN political commentator before joining the Biden-Harris campaign. She also served as press secretary for Sen. Bernie Sander’s, I-Vt., then-presidential campaign.

      Karine Jean-Pierre, who will serve as the administration’s principal deputy press secretary, served as chief public affairs officer for the far-left moveon.org and was a political analyst for NBC and MSNBC. She also held a variety of roles in the Obama-Biden administration (Fox News. Biden WH).

 

      Former President Donald Trump’s two female press secretaries (Sarah Huckabee-Sanders and Kayleigh McEnany) expressed great disdain at the big deal the media made of Biden naming a female as Press Secretary, as did Dana Perino, George W. Bush’s Press Secretary. Trump had nine other females on his communication team, but you never heard about them, as that would have contradicted the media’s false narrative that Trump is a sexist and misogynist. Back to Biden.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      I applaud the Senate for putting partisanship aside to prioritize our national security. Americans can rest easy tonight knowing Avril Haines has been confirmed as the Director of National Intelligence. Jan 20, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Wearing masks isn’t a partisan issue — it’s a patriotic act that can save countless lives. That’s why I signed an executive order today issuing a mask mandate on federal property. It’s time to mask up, America. Jan 20, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      We’re back in the Paris Climate Agreement. Jan 20, 2021

 

      To comment, I will address these two final two Inauguration Day tweets in my extended comments at the end of this chapter. ...

 

Chapter Two

Biden’s @POTUS Tweets

February 2021

 

These Biden @POTUS tweets are continued from Chapter One.

 

February 1, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      We’ve never fully lived up to the founding principles of this nation, but our Administration is committed to finishing the work left undone. It’s long past time to confront deep racial inequities and systemic racism and fulfill the promise of America for all. #BlackHistoryMonth Feb 1, 2021

 

      To comment, there is no such thing as “systemic racism” in the USA today. There are individual racists, and they are to be condemned. But all minorities are equally protected by law, and the vast majority of Americans are not racists. [Note: I have an “Extended Comment” on this subject elsewhere in the book documenting this point.]

      Any “deep racial inequities” are caused by cultural factors, not racism. For instance, many of the problems seen in black communities today can be traced to one fact—72% of black children are raised in single-parent households, almost always the mother.

      The absence of a father figure is the primary reason for the higher rates of high school dropouts, crime, gang involvement, drug use, and imprisonment seen among black youths as compared to white youths. I provide documentation for and elaborate on this point in my book God’s Sex Plan: Volume Two.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Hardworking Americans need help and they need it now. That’s why I’m calling on Congress to immediately pass my American Rescue Plan that will deliver direct relief, extend unemployment insurance, help folks put food on the table and keep a roof over their heads, and more. Feb 1, 2021

 

      To comment, extending unemployment insurance, which amounts to paying people not to work, will lead to many companies and especially small businesses not being able to find workers. That will lead to many businesses having to delay reopening and/ or to reduce hours. It will also lead to supply shortages, due to lack of truck drivers and of others involved in the supply chain. That all will lead rising costs, which is to say, #Bidinflation. [Note: I have an “Extended Comment” on this subject elsewhere in the book documenting this point.]

 

President Biden @POTUS

      We’re facing an economic crisis brought on by a public health crisis, and we need urgent action to combat both. My American Rescue Plan will dig us out of the depths of these crises and put our nation on a path to build back better. Feb 1, 2021

 

      To comment, we could dig ourselves out if the various levels of government, federal, state, and local, would just get out of the way and stop all of the draconian mandates and lockdowns.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Grateful for the short commute on days like these. [picture of Biden walking in front of the White House in the snow] Feb 1, 2021

 

February 2, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Each and every generation of immigrants has made our nation stronger — our diversity is one of our greatest strengths. Today, I’ll take action to rebuild and strengthen our immigration system. Feb 2, 2021

 

      To comment, yes, legal immigration is great, but illegal immigrations is not. The main difference is legal immigrants come here to become Americans, adopt our way of life, our customs, our language, and abide by our laws. However, illegal aliens show their disregard for our laws by their first act in coming here being to break our laws. They are also more likely to retain loyalty to their home country, its culture, customs, and language, than legal immigrants. I address these points in detail in my Tearing Apart book. ...

 

February 17, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      As I’ve said throughout my whole career: The middle class built this country, and labor built the middle class. This afternoon, I met with labor leaders to discuss the American Rescue Plan and how we’ll rebuild our infrastructure—creating good-paying, union jobs in the process. [picture of Oval Office meeting] Feb 17, 2021

 

      To comment, you’ve already eliminated thousands of “good-paying, union jobs” by canceling the Keystone XL Pipeline and stopping the building of the border wall. As such, you have a long way to go to just get back to where we were before you took office.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Today, I join Christians around the world in observing Ash Wednesday. As we enter the season of Lent, we know this moment of repentance, reflection, and renewal comes in the midst of a painful winter. Let us look with hope and anticipation toward Easter and brighter days ahead. Feb 17, 2021

 

      To comment, Trump was vilified when he declared we could re-open the country by Easter 2020. The problem then was we should never have closed anything to begin with. The problem here is you are trying to tie Lent and Easter into the virus. But they have nothing to do with it. Lent is about preparing for Jesus’ death on the cross for our sins and then His victory over death in His resurrection on Easter Sunday. That is spiritual, not physical.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      As I said at last night’s CNN Town Hall, I’ll always level with the American people and tell it to you straight. The road ahead will be tough and the crises we face are daunting, but I’m confident that if we come together and act as one nation, we will overcome them. Feb 17, 2021

 

      To comment, there you go again with that “unity” talk. Why then is your every move designed to divide America? And why all of the doom and gloom talk, when just days ago you were talking about hope? Which is it?

 

President Biden @POTUS

      I spoke today with @IsraeliPM Netanyahu and affirmed the United States’ steadfast commitment to our ally Israel’s security. Our teams are in constant touch to strengthen U.S.-Israel strategic cooperation on all regional security issues, including Iran. Feb 17, 2021

 

      To comment, it took you a full month to contact the leader of our greatest ally in the Middle East, behind contacting the leaders of our greatest adversaries Russia and China.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      By the end of July, we will have enough doses to vaccinate every American. [0:26 video dissing and lying about Trump’s vaccine preparations] Feb 17, 2021

 

      To comment, having enough doses to vaccinate every American and getting them to agree to being vaccinated are two different things. The vaccine hesitancy you are creating with your continued mask-wearing and other practices will make that difference tragically apparent. [Note: I have an “Extended Comment” on this subject elsewhere in the book documenting this point.]

 

President Biden @POTUS

      The next four years, I want to make sure all the news is the American people [0:12 video dissing Trump, saying he was all of the news in the last four years]. Feb 17, 2021

 

      To comment, it is just such rhetoric that will alienate the half of Americans that supported Trump and voted for him. As I said previously, your every move is to divide America, despite your constant talk about unity....

 

Chapter Three

Biden’s @POTUS Tweets

March 2021

 

These Biden @POTUS tweets are continued from Chapter Two....

 

March 7, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      It’s time we pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Act and ensure every eligible American can make their voice heard at the ballot box. Mar 7, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      The legacy of Selma is that while nothing can stop free people from exercising their most sacred power as citizens, there are those who will do anything they can to take that power away. As we reflect on the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, we must stay focused on the work ahead. [4:01 video] Mar 7, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      On this 56th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, I signed an executive order to promote voting access. The right to vote is sacred and fundamental – and this is just the beginning of our work to ensure every American can freely exercise that right. [picture of signing] Mar 7, 2021

 

      To comment, the obstacles John Lewis and his allies faced in voting back then do not exist today, and nothing even close to them have been proposed by any GOP state legislature. As such, you’re referring to those bills and laws elsewhere as “Jim Crow on steroids” and “Jim Eagle” is just plain wrong. But you have to lie to get people to accept your new cheating-enabling legislation. [Note: I have an “Extended Comment” on this subject elsewhere in the book documenting this point.]

 

President Biden @POTUS

      From rolling out the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to securing enough doses for every American by the end of May — last week was a big week, but we still have further to go. Please keep wearing masks, stay socially distanced, and get vaccinated when it’s your turn. Mar 8, 2021

 

      To comment, and once you get vaccinated, you don’t have to do the previous two. If you were to add that important fact, then more people would rush out to get vaccinated. But your consistent harping on all three will increase vaccine hesitancy as time goes on.

      Note also, you are ignoring much more that can be done to reduce a person’s risk from Covid, such as losing weight if overweight, controlling blood pressure and diabetes if hypertensive or diabetic, and taking vitamin D supplements if deficient in vitamin D. [Note: I have an “Extended Comment” on this subject elsewhere in the book documenting this point.]

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Women’s history is American history — and world history. On #InternationalWomensDay, we celebrate the achievements, contributions, and progress of women and girls — and recommit ourselves to the cause of equity and equality for women around the world. Mar 8, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      We can contain this virus.

      We can vaccinate America.

      We can begin to return to our normal lives. Mar 8, 2021

 

      To comment, the first line is arrogance, as time will prove. And you do not believe the last line if you continue to push masks and social distancing for those who are vaccinated.

 

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Congress needs to pass the American Rescue Plan to get it done. Mar 8, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      #COVID19 vaccines are effective at protecting you from getting sick. Based on what we know, people who have been fully vaccinated can start to do some things that they had stopped doing because of the pandemic. To learn more, visit: https://bit.ly/3btJaFU. [picture of a three-person family and a sign reading “COVID-19 vaccines help protect you from getting sick] Mar 8, 2021

 

      To comment, but this page still says the fully vaccinated need to wear a mask. That is simply wrong.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      This afternoon, I’m delivering remarks on International Women’s Day with Vice President Harris, Defense Secretary Austin, and two Combatant Commander nominees. Tune in. [21:26 video, with Kamala speaking first] Mar 8, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Our Administration will honor the visionary women — known and unknown — who have helped build this country. And we’ll be guided by the belief our nation is at its best when there are endless possibilities for all women and girls. #WomensHistoryMonth [2:58 video] Mar 8, 2021

 

      To comment, our nation, or any nation for that matter, is best when a women’s primary responsibility and goal in life is the raising of God-fearing, country-loving, law-abiding children. Thus, the women who should be most honored are devoted and faithful wives and mothers. But I doubt we will hear a word about such on this day or during this month. [Note: I have an “Extended Comment” on this subject elsewhere in the book documenting this point.]

 

President Biden @POTUS

      On this #InternationalWomensDay, I signed two executive orders to establish the White House Gender Policy Council and ensure education free from sexual violence. As president, I’m committed to uplifting the rights of women and girls in the U.S. and around the world. [0:04 video of the signing] Mar 8, 2021

 

 

Extended Comment

An Accusation is not Proof

 

      Norah O’Donnell, on CBS Evening News on this day, got it right when she described the second of these orders as it “reversed the Trump policy that strengthened the rights of the accused.” The point is, Obama’s policy and now again Biden’s policy makes a male college student guilty of sexual assault unless he can prove himself innocent. That is to turn our criminal just system on its head and will destroy all sense of innocent until proven guilty, which has long been the bedrock of our justice system.

      Many lives of male college students will be ruined with this renewed edict who are guilty of nothing but of being the target of a vindictive ex-girlfriend or any female wanting to “get him” for whatever reason.

      I address the problems of unfounded sexual assault allegations being believed without proof in my discussion of the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings in my Tearing Apart book....

 

March 26, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      I set a goal to have the majority of K-8 schools reopened within my first 100 days. And I’m happy to report, we’re on track to meet and exceed that goal.

 https://twitter.com/i/status/1375447854366482437 [0:45 video] Mar 26, 2021

 

      To comment, one day a week. Some goal. Yes, when forced to clarify, that is what Jen Psaki said was the goal. As it turned out, Biden might have wanted schools open, but many school districts, or more correctly teachers’ unions, did not. As a result, many schools stayed closed for much of the pandemic, harming many children.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      A strong European Union is in America’s interest. That’s why yesterday, I met with @CharlesMichel and the @EUCouncil to revitalize U.S.-EU relations, as we partner up to combat COVID, tackle the climate crisis, and ensure democracies rather than autocracies set rules of the road. Mar 26, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      I ran for president for three reasons: to restore the soul of the nation, rebuild the middle class, and unite the country.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1375481512603308033 [0:49 video] Mar 26, 2021

 

      To comment, the first point was based on a lie, that of Trump calling white supremacists “good people” in Charlottesville. I expose that lie in my Corruption book, yet Biden cited it in his candidacy announcement speech.

      The second point was happening under Trump before Covid, and it would have resumed once his Operation Warp Speed came to fruition without any further government intervention. Biden’s plans will just slow down that resumption.

      The third point is exactly opposite of the effect of Biden’s every move since taking office, as this book is making clear.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      On this National Day of Action and Healing, my Administration stands united with the Asian American community in the face of rising violence. Hate can have no safe harbor in America. It must stop — and it’s on all of us together to make it stop. Mar 26, 2021

 

      To comment, but all you are doing is dividing America with your identify politics and horrid polices.

 

President Biden @POTUS

      The Georgia voting law — like so many others being pursued by Republicans in statehouses across the country — is a blatant attack on the right to vote, the Constitution, and good conscience.

      It’s Jim Crow in the 21st Century — and it must end. Mar 26, 2021

 

      To comment, Jim Crow? That is absolute nonsense, and you know it. The Georgia law protects election security. It has absolutely nothing to do with race. Blacks are just as capable of getting a voter ID as whites. To say otherwise is what is racist. [Note: I have an “Extended Comment” on this subject elsewhere in the book documenting this point.]

 

President Biden @POTUS

      As we recall the Passover story of overcoming adversity, finding hope, and becoming free, we find a renewed salience. This weekend, as Seders close with the familiar refrain, “Next year in Jerusalem,” we offer an additional prayer: Next year in person. Next year, together.

 https://twitter.com/i/status/1375548396161937418 [2:22 video] Mar 26, 2021

 

Extended Comment

Passover and Christ’s Sacrifice

     

      Biden is ignoring all of the Biblical information about Passover and tries to turn it into some kind of self-improvement day and a reference to overcoming Covid. He also does not even mention God. That is a travesty. It is to miss the whole point of the ceremony.

      Passover is about God sovereignly delivering the Israelites out of slavery. That deliverance occurred when the Angel of Death “passed over” the houses the Jews by faith marked with blood. It was a foreshadowing of God’s greater deliverance though the death of His Son.

      Now, God’s judgment will “pass over” those who are marked by the blood of Christ by trusting in Jesus Christ and His death on the cross for the forgiveness of their sins.

     

      5’It will be to you* a lamb unblemished, a male of a year old; you* will take it of the lambs and the young goats. 6And it will be kept by you* until the fourteenth of this month, and all the multitude of [the] congregation of the sons [and daughters] of Israel will slaughter it toward evening. 7And they will take from the blood and will put it on the two doorposts and on the lintel [i.e., the horizontal beam above the door] in the houses in which they shall eat them in them. 8And they shall eat the meat in this night roasted with fire, and they will eat unleavened [bread] with bitter herbs….

      12’And I will go throughout in [the] land of Egypt in that night, and I will strike every firstborn in [the] land of Egypt from humanity until animal, and on all the gods of Egypt will I execute vengeance. I [am] the LORD. 13And the blood will be for a sign to you* upon the houses in which you* are there, and I will see the blood and will protect [Heb., pass over] you*, and there will not be on you* [the] plague of utter destruction when I strike in [the] land of Egypt.

      14’And this day will be to you* a memorial, and you* will celebrate a feast to the LORD into [or, throughout] all your* generations; you* will celebrate a feast for a perpetual ordinance (Exodus 12:5-8,12-14; ALT).

 

            26Now while they were eating, Jesus having taken the bread and having given thanks, broke [it] and began giving [it] to the disciples. And He said, “Take, eat; this is My body.” 27And having taken the cup and having given thanks, He gave [it] to them, saying, “Drink from it, all [of you], 28for this is My blood, the [blood] of the New Covenant, the [blood] poured out on behalf of many for forgiveness of sins” (Matthew 26:26-28).

 

            28By faith he [Moses] had kept the Passover and the sprinkling of the blood, so that the one destroying the first-born would not touch them (Hebrews 11:28).

 

            11But Christ having appeared [as] High Priest of the good [things] coming, through the greater and more perfect tabernacle not made with human hands (that is, not of this creation), 12and not through [the] blood of goats and calves, but through His own blood, entered in once and for all [fig., once and never again] into the Holy [Places], [He] Himself [or, by Himself] having secured eternal redemption. [see Lev 4:3; 16:6-15; Isaiah 53:12]

      13For if the blood of bulls and goats and ashes of a heifer [i.e., a young cow] sprinkling the ones having been defiled sanctifies to the purifying of the flesh, [see Lev 16:14f; Numb 19:2,17f] 14how much more will the blood of Christ (who through [the] eternal Spirit offered Himself unblemished to God) purify [or, purge] your* conscience from dead works for [you*] to be sacredly serving the living God? (Hebrews 9:11-14; ALT3).  Back to Biden.

 

March 27, 2021

 

President Biden @POTUS

      Equal pay for equal work is common sense — and long overdue. This week, the First Lady and I sat down with Megan Rapinoe and Margaret Purce to discuss our progress in the fight for equal pay and the work that lies ahead.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1375809947754233857 [2:15 video] Mar 27, 2021

 

      To comment, the idea of a gender pay gap has been discredited time and again, but libs keep pushing the idea to reinforce identity politics resentment among their constituents, furthering the divide in America. [Note: I have an “Extended Comment” on this subject elsewhere in the book documenting this point.]. ...

 

References:

      Analytical-Literal Translation of the Old Testament: Volume I: The Torah. Copyright © 2012 by Gary F. Zeolla (www.Zeolla.org).

      Analytical-Literal Translation of the New Testament: Third Edition. Copyright © 2012 by Gary F. Zeolla (www.Zeolla.org). Previously copyrighted © 1999, 2001, 2005, 2007 by Gary F. Zeolla.

      Fox News. Biden WH communications team raises questions over revolving door with liberal networks.

 

      WSJ. Biden Names Jen Psaki White House Press Secretary.

 

Joe Biden Tweets During the First Year of His Failing Presidency: Reversing Trump, while Dividing and Destroying America: Volume One: January through June 2021 Copyrighted © 2022 by Gary F. Zeolla.


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