Joe Biden Signs Majorly Controversial Orders On First Day In Office


Joe Biden is once again showing us that he never cared about unity. And this is the proof.

According to an explosive report by Conservative Review, Joe Biden signed a DISTURBING 17 executive orders on his first day in office. Almost all of them were controversial ones that will tear this country apart and cause more division.

Joe Biden Gives Sickening Orders

President Joe Biden signed 17 Executive Orders on his first day in office, which included a number of controversial actions that took political aim at erasing as much of President Donald Trump’s presidency.

Among Biden’s controversial orders reportedly will “unilaterally eviscerate women’s sports” by allowing biological men to compete with women in sports.

Biden joined the failed Paris Climate agreement against Trump’s wishes.

Biden axed the Keystone Pipeline, which would have given America energy independence.

And Biden also canceled the Trump administration’s 1776 Commission, which sought to undue damage in from propaganda like The New York Times’ flawed “1619 Project” and to promote patriotism.

This is NOT what unity looks like. It looks like Biden is just trying to further divide the country.

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4 Responses

  1. Norma Byrd

    January 21, 2021 5:40 pm

    Stay calm. Whatever the Presidential twit does now will soon be overturned. I’m sure he and all his cronies know this, so they can just run rampant for the moment.

  2. Augusta

    January 21, 2021 5:43 pm

    Has everyone decided to go to their basements and think this bad dream will go away? It will still be there in the morning!

  3. John

    January 22, 2021 11:26 am

    Why is it if we the people abuse the constitution we go to jail but elites and scumbags in DC violate it everyday and are praised for it. They put there hand on the bible and swore an oath but violate it and no repercussions.


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