Op-Ed: Some Things Don’t Make Sense if Joe Biden Truly is President


If we’re sure of one thing, we can be sure that the web is overloaded with information and, more troubling, disinformation. These days, one of the most difficult things to do is track down facts and make sure that you are putting out the truth to the best of your ability. It is, indeed, a time like no other.

When it comes to reporting on a topic, information falls into 3 basic categories for me. Things you think you know, things you know but cannot prove substantially enough, and provable facts with companion data. Of those choices, it’s the latter that is the only choice appropriate for print.

To get to a point where you can even consider putting an article in print, many questions need to be asked and answered to reach a place of truth. Often, there is no way to accomplish that task, and you are simply left with unanswered questions. When it comes to Joe Biden and his Presidency, I have many unanswered questions.

Let’s put aside for a minute the numerous examples of questionable tactics observed during the November 3, 2020 election, and focus on events leading up to and after the January 20th Inauguration.

There are numerous data points to be investigated regarding the oddities of the current Biden Administration, so I compiled a brief list to put things into perspective and to provide a starting point for further research.

  • Joe Biden was denied a government aircraft to get to the inauguration and had to arrive on a private jet. The fake news reported that Trump snubbed Biden to get back at him.
  • The White House has been dark overnight for 9 straight days. There could be a logical reason, like “going green,” but it seems a bit odd nonetheless.
  • The Pentagon blocked Joe Biden’s incoming administration from gaining information regarding current operations and numerous other items.
  • To date, I Have not witnessed Joe Biden do any of the following:

So if everything is a conspiracy, then nothing is a conspiracy. I get it. Nonetheless, the questions and observations outlined above are true to the best of my knowledge and, at least, need to be investigated further.

It shouldn’t matter who you voted for in the last election, or if you even voted at all. The challenges that we face as a nation transcend politics and cut to the core of humanity. Speaking of questions, here is one for you: Will the American people be able to overcome their cognitive dissonance in enough time to save the Republic?


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