BREAKING: Joe Biden BUSTED – Governor Reveals Secret…

President Joe Biden may have tried to convince the American people that he was the sensitive, dignified solution to bring unity and healing to our nation, but that’s not what is happening at all.

But the Republican Governor of Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson, isn’t going let that secret go unnoticed.

Responding to Biden’s comments that states who are lessening coronavirus restrictions are engaging “neanderthals thinking,” Hutchinson said “It’s important for governors to able to lead their state. I don’t think it’s fair to say it’s Neanderthal-type thinking.”

Hutchinson then gave Biden a history lesson:

The history of our country from the Boston Tea Party is freedom, protesting against over taxation, government control. So it’s pretty natural to have a sensitivity to freedom-loving Americans that say we will do the right thing, we know what to do, just give us our freedom back and lift some of these mandates. That’s the nature of America and I understand that. That’s not cavemen thinking, that’s common sense.

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3 Responses

  1. It’s amazing to me that Biden can stand up and tell the American people that he will heal the nation. He had not intention of healing the nation. He is instead making things worse. He and his dem/leftist/communist are a bunch of liars and trouble makers.

  2. Where are the 80 million people who voted for a man that can’t even answer a question without a teleprompter? Need to hear from his supporters.

  3. I am worried for America for the next 4 years . We use to have dems .that loved America and would do nothing to hurt our beloved countstrThey are all gone it seems now they like the far left would like to see America a third world country. A socials’ country under gov .control.We need to turn TO GOD TO PROTECT US/

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