Opinion

Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), in their bid to win in November, represent the takeover of the Democratic Party by radical extremists, according to Republican National Committee Chairman Ronna McDaniel.

For McDaniel this is not good news, “They mark a new sad and dangerous chapter for their party,” because they would tend to follow policies that are harmful to Americans, according to an opinion article she wrote for Fox News on Aug. 12.

On the one hand, Biden would accept whatever the leftist radicals propose in order to reach the presidency, his life’s goal according to McDaniel.

On the other hand, Harris has been considered the most leftist in the Senate, and will most likely join former candidate Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), in his “Medicare for All” bill, which would take away from nearly 200 million Americans the possibility of continuing to see their trusted doctors, McDaniel said.

Similarly, Harris would push the $93 trillion “Green New Deal” program, banning fracking even though some analysts have said it would raise the cost of household energy by 30 percent, reducing family income by about $8,000 a year.

McDaniel reiterated her claims in one of her Aug. 13 tweets.

“A Biden-Harris fracking ban would kill MILLIONS of jobs & send energy prices through the roof. Who would benefit?” MacDaniel wrote.  

“Adversaries such as Iran, Venezuela, and Russia, who would become richer and more globally influential. This is a terrible policy that America cannot afford,” MacDaniel added.

Under Harris, there would also be the defunding of the police, an open border policy, abortion, very high taxes, and the denial of Second Amendment rights for Americans on guns.

If, indeed, Democratic candidates Biden and Harris win a majority of votes on Nov. 3, the odds of these Harris policies being imposed are even higher if she rises from vice president to president of the United States.

This could happen given Biden’s advanced age and his alleged mental decline; it is possible he would not make it through the four years of his first term in the White House.

The election picture becomes even more complex when one considers that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Russia, and Iran would all prefer Biden to win the election, according to reports presented by the director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC), Bill Evanina.

“Many foreign actors have a preference for who wins the election, which they express through a series of open and private statements; covert lobbying efforts are rarer. We are primarily concerned with current and potential activity from China, Russia and Iran,” Evanina said, according to the Office of the National Director of Intelligence on Aug. 7.

In the face of far-left political expectations for Biden and Harris and the events that have strengthened and elevated the United States under President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, the voters’ preference will ultimately determine the outcome.

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