President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the economy and the Labor Department’s September jobs report at the White House in Washington, D.C., October 8, 2021. (Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters) We hope that you will help us fight back.
As president, Joe Biden is who he was as a candidate, and who he was as a vice president, and who he was as a U.S. senator before that. He’s a fraud.
President Biden is not good ol’ folksy Joe. He’s not a political moderate. He’s not a defender of the American system of government. He’s a chameleon, whose only loyalties are to himself, to his party, and to wherever the loudest voices on the American left happen to be at any given time. We are now nine months into Joe Biden’s presidency, and he has already revealed himself to represent a substantial threat to the Constitution. As it always has, National Review intends to fight that threat, and to win. We hope that you will help us do so by contributing to our webathon.
The fight is a broad one, for it seems that there is no long-cherished norm that President Biden will not abandon for temporary gain.