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What Would Life Be Like if Donald Trump Were in Office Right Now?

“Useless and nasty.” That’s how a progressive newspaper in the UK described Joe Biden over the weekend. The Telegraph in London says that Joe Biden’s recent speeches sound like “the rantings of an intolerant, stuck-in-his-ways old man who can’t abide anyone who disagrees with him.”

We couldn’t agree more, but what’s the alternative right now? Caramella Harris? The American people have been subjected to one humiliating failure after another ever since January 20, 2021 – the day that Joe Biden was inaugurated behind razor wire and 40,000 armed troops.

You can’t help but wonder how different life would be for Americans and for the rest of the world if the rightful winner had been inaugurated after the fake 2020 election.

One immediate thing that comes to mind is that fuel would not be so incredibly expensive. Gas was $2.85 a gallon for regular unleaded at the service station nearest my house on the day that Donald Trump left office. It had been that price for months throughout 2020 and up until the military coup inauguration of Useless and Nasty Joe Biden in January 2021. When I filled up the Love Machine (my smokin’-hot, 2015 Navy-blue Mazda 3 minivan) the other day, gas was $6.79 a gallon.

That seems like a pretty incredible increase for fuel in less than two years. Within the past few weeks, Useless and Nasty Joe has once again traveled to Saudi Arabia to beg people who hate us to increase production before the 2022 midterms. High gas prices always translate into bad outcomes for the party in power when an election rolls around. And gas prices right now are the highest in our nation’s history, even when adjusted for inflation.

OPEC+ responded to Useless and Nasty Joe’s groveling, low-testosterone request by… cutting production by more than a million barrels of oil per day. This is guaranteed to drive the price up even further before the election. They’re laughing at us.

 

How would things be different if Donald Trump were in office? Well, for one thing, gas prices would be low and stable – as would the price of natural gas, which is extracted as a byproduct of oil production. The national average would still be less than $3 a gallon, because Trump never would have signed the America-hating executive orders that Useless and Nasty Joe signed on his first day in office. We have enough recoverable oil in the continental United States and the Gulf of Mexico to provide all of America’s projected energy needs through the year 2322 if needed. And that’s not even touching the oil that we KNOW is underneath the ground in Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Alaska, and the coastal waters off of California.

Even at full capacity, America has enough recoverable oil and gas to power our nation – cheaply – for the next 500 to 600 years. And that’s without the development of any new and ridiculous technologies like Tesla cars, windmills or solar panels which the market neither demands nor wants. Trump knew this and understood this.

If Donald Trump were still in office, we’d never have seen such a spike in energy prices, and the snowball effect that accompanied it. And that means we wouldn’t be in a recession right now. Not even close. The price of everything at the grocery store would be cheap and stable, just like the fuel it takes to transport everything to the store.

The war over Ukraine’s border would not be having an effect on gas prices the way it is now, because we have plenty of oil right here. Speaking of which, there would not be a war in Ukraine if Donald Trump were still in office. Crooked Hillary and the neoconservatives (a certain people that Kanye West is suddenly talking about this week) have desperately wanted a proxy war with Russia over Ukraine for years. Team Useless and Nasty finally delivered that war, by threatening to bring Ukraine into NATO so they could park nukes right on Russia’s border.

If Trump were still in office, there wouldn’t be a war in Ukraine happening right now. Heck, there might not even be a NATO (should we be so lucky!). Inflation would still be near zero, which means that your life would be improving instead of declining, if Trump were in office.

North Korea wouldn’t be shooting rockets over Japan, because Little Rocket Man would still be having peace talks with a Trump administration. The Taliban would still be powerless, instead of being armed with $80 billion worth of US military equipment. The 13 US soldiers that Joe Biden got killed during the Afghanistan pullout would still be alive.

Cities would not be getting destroyed in the worst crime wave in US history if Trump were in office. That handsome young WNBA player Brittney Griner would not be in a Russian prison, because Trump would have cut a deal to release her by now. Thousands of Americans would not have been killed or fired from their jobs because of a vaccine mandate, because Trump would never have mandated it. Likewise, our southern border would not be overrun by foreign invaders, criminals and child molesters – because we have operational control of the border when Trump was in office.

Look at all we’ve lost since the 2020 election was stolen. It’s insane and sad and tragic. But it also tells us we have a lot to gain back. The 2022 midterms are just a month away. Vote like your life depends on it!


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