August 2021 has been the worst month of the Biden Administration highlighted by the logistical disaster of withdrawing from Afghanistan, but it goes deeper than that. Our allies are questions our decisions, the Supreme Court ruled against the CDC’s eviction moratorium as being an unconstitutional breach of authority, and inflation is hitting Middle America. Is this the second coming of the Carter Administration? Today I break down the parallels between Biden and one of the least effective presidencies in US history.
However, it’s not just the federal government that is experiencing problems. South Dakota’s Kristi Noem is fighting back against potential federal overreach for vaccination mandates while allowing a maskless and largely unvaccinated biker rally to take place in her state that led to a 352% increase in COVID cases. Meanwhile, in Florida, Governor DeSantis’ ban on mask mandates was declared unconstitutional, which should pave the way for more legal challenges to similar mandates in Texas and other southern states.
With the tenor and extremism taking place in politics, are we ready for a third party? Who can possibly step up to show a new way forward? The future of our republic might rest on the answer.