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Joe Biden is a puppet.
You want proof?
Pay attention to all the voices constantly in Biden’s ear and you’ll notice he listens to every one of them.
This is not a surprise as Biden has never had an original thought in his entire political career.
In fact, he’s flip flopped on his own stances depending on what he thinks is more popular among his base.
Right now, Bernie Sanders and his radicals are firmly in the head of Biden.
Sanders himself was just quoted saying as much.
On CNN, Sanders had this to say about Biden:
“We’re Gonna Push Joe as Far as We Can”
He followed that up with this.
“Given the fact that he’s been in office less than a week, I think he is off to a good start.”
Like magic, Joe Biden is now a radical socialist, because that’s what the voices are telling him to be…
Bernie Sanders makes his intentions clear in the first 30 seconds of this CNN video
Bernie Sanders isn't the only one pushing his own agenda.
It appears that the radicals are very keen on pushing Biden into carrying out their "progressive agenda."
This is very scary for our country, as Biden loves to do what he's told.
After Biden put a pause on student loan debt, AOC said to cancel it completely.
Fox Business has more on AOC's demands:
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called on President Biden to bypass Congress and cancel billions of dollars in student loan debt, just days after he assumed the White House and extended pandemic relief for millions of borrowers through September.
"OK now let's cancel them," Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., tweeted after the new president ordered a freeze on student loan payments through Sept. 30, 2021.
The Department of Education announced in March that borrowers wouldn't have to pay their student loan bills or worry about interest for 60 days -- an order that's been repeatedly extended. It was poised to expire at the end of January. About 41 million Americans will continue to benefit from the federal government’s pause of student loan payments.
Biden pledged to cancel billions of dollars in student loan debt during his campaign, and has indicated that he will ask Congress to immediately cancel $10,000 in student debt for all borrowers — a move that will likely draw criticism from both Republicans who are wary about the nation's ballooning deficit and progressive Democrats, including Ocasio-Cortez, who want the president to move further left on the issue.
Ocasio-Cortez, along with Sens. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., have urged Biden to use an executive order to cancel $50,000 of outstanding federal student loans per borrower.
But Biden has said it's "arguable" whether the president has the power to forgive $50,000 in student debt without the approval of Congress.
“I’m going to get in trouble for saying this, [but] it’s arguable that the president may have the executive power to forgive up to $50,000 in student debt,” Biden told The Washington Post in December. “Well, I think that’s pretty questionable. I’m unsure of that. I’d be unlikely to do that.”
Ilhan Omar is commited to pushing the Biden administration into "the most progressive agenda our country has ever seen"
Rashida Tlaib also chimed in, calling on the new administration to "implement bold and aggressive policies advancing economic, racial, and environmental justice, as well as strong civil rights protections to ensure that every person has the ability to thrive."
Fox News has more on the squad's demands for Biden:
Members of the progressive "Squad" have signaled their interest in pushing the Biden administration to the left as the president takes office on his first day.
"Good afternoon. We need Medicare for All," Rep. Mondaire Jones, D-N.Y., tweeted just hours after President Biden's inauguration on Wednesday.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., who has backed "Medicare-for-all," was less explicit on policy preferences but called on the Biden administration to "implement bold and aggressive policies advancing economic, racial, and environmental justice, as well as strong civil rights protections to ensure that every person has the ability to thrive."
Their comments came after Biden, a perceived moderate who has opposed "Medicare-for-all," struck a deal with progressive icon, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., to pursue a host of left-leaning priorities upon entering office.
As Biden was inaugurated, the focus among Democrats appeared to be on celebrating turning the page from the Trump years. But that will likely change as Biden pushes his legislative agenda through the Democrat-dominated Congress. With a Democratic majority in the House and the effective majority in the Senate, progressives could see leverage to push Biden into using his political capital on more progressive policies.
While Biden has embraced the Green New Deal, he proposed a substantially smaller version than Sanders did on the campaign trail in 2020. And the Democratic primary featured bitter disputes over the scope of health care regulation that will likely resurface as the White House attempts to strengthen Obamacare. Biden, in particular, took heavy fire on the issue from Democratic candidates, including his own Vice President Kamala Harris.