Placeholders are used routinely in everything from wedding table settings to television show scheduling. Anyone who has ever planned anything without yet having complete information is familiar with the idea of knowing that something, or someone, goes here, “but I’m not sure what or who just yet.” While we are accustomed to the use of placeholders for such trivial matters as who will be John’s plus-one at the reception, we don’t normally consider using them in matters as important as who will be running the most powerful nation on earth. And yet, that is exactly what the Democratic party has done to the United States. They have promoted, elected, and propped-up a placeholder president.
Meet Joe Biden, the man who is trying to save the seat for the next Democrat to come along and finish off our transition from a representative federalist republic to that of a totalitarian, fascist, “democracy” (more on that seeming contradiction later). Joe Biden’s presidency is nothing more than a sport coat hung across the back of a tipped chair leaning against a white linen tablecloth covering the Resolute desk. His image leaves Americans walking by, gazing quizzically, and wondering who it is that eventually is meant to be seated.
Read more of my thoughts at Human Events.