Trump’s Consistency vs. Biden’s Career of Lies: Watch Their Comments Throughout The Years!

In today’s political landscape, it’s crucial to understand the differences between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. While mainstream media often portrays Trump negatively, a closer look at both men’s records shows a stark contrast in substance and integrity. This article delves into their histories, highlighting Biden’s lack of ideological backbone and Trump’s consistent America-first stance.

Joe Biden: A Career Politician with No Backbone

Joe Biden has spent decades in politics, but his career is marked by contradictions and self-interest. He’s been in the game for a long time, but what does he truly stand for? The evidence suggests he cares more about advancing his career than making real societal changes.

Recently, a video surfaced showing Biden advocating for building a border wall. This is a sharp contrast to his current stance against such measures. It’s just one example of how Biden says whatever is convenient at the moment, without a solid ideological foundation.

Biden’s Racist Remarks: Ignored by the Mainstream Media

Biden’s history is also marred by racist comments. During an appearance on Jon Stewart’s show, Biden made controversial remarks about Barack Obama, describing him as “the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean.” Such comments would be career-ending for most politicians, but Biden seems to skate by with little scrutiny from the media.

Contrast this with how the media treats Donald Trump. Trump’s strong stance on border security and immigration has been labeled as racist by many. However, when you look at Biden’s past comments and his fluctuating positions, it’s clear who has the more troubling record.

Trump: Consistent and Honorable

Donald Trump, on the other hand, has been remarkably consistent throughout his life. In a 1998 interview with Oprah Winfrey, Trump discussed his political ideas and emphasized the need for fair trade and strong national defense. These ideas have remained central to his policies as president.

Trump has always been upfront about his beliefs, even when they’re not popular. He’s criticized unfair trade practices, insisted that allies pay their fair share, and pushed for policies that keep America first. While some people don’t like his style or his tweets, Trump’s commitment to his principles is undeniable.

Biden’s Career Contradictions

Biden’s flip-flopping isn’t limited to the border wall. Over the years, he’s taken various positions that seem more about political convenience than conviction. He’s supported tough-on-crime legislation, only to later denounce it. He’s advocated for strong immigration enforcement, then changed his tune when it became politically expedient.

These contradictions show a politician who’s more interested in playing the game than in standing up for what’s right. Biden’s actions reveal a man without a true ideological backbone, willing to shift his positions to fit the political climate.

Trump’s America-First Policies

Trump’s policies have always centered around putting America first. From renegotiating trade deals to bringing jobs back to the U.S., Trump’s focus has been on improving the lives of American citizens. His approach to foreign policy, trade, and national security has been consistent and aimed at strengthening the country.

While Trump’s direct manner and social media presence have drawn criticism, his actions speak louder than words. He’s delivered on promises, such as tax cuts, deregulation, and appointing conservative judges, all while maintaining a clear, unwavering vision for the country.

The Media’s Double Standard

The mainstream media’s treatment of Biden and Trump highlights a double standard. Biden’s racist remarks and career contradictions are often glossed over, while Trump’s every word and action are scrutinized and criticized. This bias makes it difficult for the public to get an accurate picture of both men’s records.

Trump’s straightforward approach and commitment to his principles have made him a target, but they’ve also earned him a loyal following. People appreciate that Trump says what he means and means what he says, even if it’s not always politically correct.

Final Thoughts

When comparing Joe Biden and Donald Trump, the differences are stark. Biden’s career is filled with contradictions and self-serving moves, while Trump has consistently put America first. Despite the media’s attempts to paint Trump negatively, his record shows a leader with a firm commitment to his principles and policies.

What do you think about the stark differences between Biden and Trump? Do you believe the mainstream media has been fair in its coverage of both men? Share your thoughts in the comments below. We’d love to hear from you!

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  1. Avatar photoC.W. LAUDERDALE Reply

    RAPE, PILLAGE, PLUNDER, AMERICA YOU’VE BEEN HAD!

    America, take it from a very old soldier/cop. Most of the actions taken and/or not taken by the American judicial system just since Joe Biden joined the Senate in the seventies and Donald Trump came down that escalator are really not all that new. But, the acts of ignoring the criminal history of the entire Biden family and falsely convicting an ex-president clearly demonstrates that the democrats dominating the political class, the bureaucracy, the media, and academia have become louder, dumber, more self-centered, and have no regard for the rights/concerns of their fellow Americans. Question you have to ask yourself is; do you really know the true degree of threat the democrats present to you, your family, and your way of life?

    As a retired soldier/cop who joined the army at the age of 17, spent over 30 years as a soldier/military cop after swearing to protect the American people from all threats (both foreign and domestic), followed by many years as a civilian police chief sworn to serve and protect the folks in my community, I present you with ten of the many lessons learned I first presented over 35 years ago to the citizens of my community.

    AN OLD SOLDIER/COP’S LESSONS LEARNED.

    *The ‘Seven C’s of Leadership’ according to a survey of Vietnam era ground combat veterans listed of the order of their importance to the veterans are; Candor, Competence, Consistency, Commitment, Courage, Compassion, and Courtesy. The reason the soldiers chose “candor” is because candor encompasses both omission and co-mission. To a combat soldier the lack of absolute candor, be it co-mission or omission, are equal sins! It has been my observation that, democrats are masters of co-mission while republicans are masters of omission!

    *The American people are the most effectively lied to people in modern times thanks primarily to the political class, the bureaucracies at every level of government, the media, and academia.

    *The American Profession of Arms and our brothers/sisters in blue have failed to protect the American people from all of their enemies, both foreign and ‘most especially’ domestic.

    *There are only two primary requirements to be a career soldier and/or cop in America. One must be smart enough to do the work and dumb enough to take the job.

    *American soldiers and police officers must in addition to mastering all of their professionally mandated tasks learn to accomplish the same with at least one arm tied behind their backs, and their vision and hearing impaired 50% or more.

    *Most of the politicians/bureaucrats/academicians/media types I have encountered during my years as a soldier and a cop I most kindly refer to as; self-serving, corrupt, incompetent, witless, cowards. Note: Prior to retiring to the deep woods I referred to most of the before mentioned folks as self-serving, corrupt, incompetent, witless, cowardly, piss-ants. After a short time in the woods I came to know that piss-ants are neither self-serving nor witless, and certainly not cowards!

    *After carefully watching the whole of the political class for many years I can say without reservation that most of the group will sell their souls and our bodies just to remain in power.
    *The end goal of the elites and their minions is not (nor ever has been) socialism, communism, fascism, or capitalism. The elites of the world have used all manner of ideologies, religions, terrorism, wars, etc., to drive the masses/peasants/serfs/whoever in one direction. That direction leads to one of the oldest forms of human control ever employed in the history of mankind. That form of human control is Feudalism!

    *The greatest threats to the American people are the corrupt and/or incompetent politicians/bureaucrats/academicians found at every level of government/academia, and the majority of the so-called media.

    *If the so-called ‘progressive movement’ continues unchecked a number of able veterans/soldiers/cops are going to be presented with a challenge/decision. Are the American people worth another drop of our sweat and/or our blood?

    Soldier/Cop, Retired

    Note: These ten lessons learned and an additional twelve were prepared as part of the prelude of a book that detailed an investigation that named as subjects a large number of politicians and bureaucrats including a first term senator named Biden, a governor named Bush, and a state attorney general named Clinton. Do I have to tell any of you what government office each of these politicians managed to take?

  2. Avatar photoMichael Valgos Reply

    Biden is like watching a comedy He has been everywhere and done everything and did it better than anyone Then if you call him on it he gets up close and acts like he is a bad ass when he knows that the Secret Service would be all over the guy He is like that guy on the Twilight Zone His name was Frisbee but it could just as well be Biden He try’s to over power you by getting louder So most of the people would shut it down not Biden This is so everyone will know if you argue with Biden this is what you are going to get It is all bullshit He is a coward Like he said he talked with the Saudi Prince about the Journalist that was killed Biden said yes we talked about it I think he said something like I told him we don’t go for that So it comes out that Biden begged for upping the oil supply They allowed him to come and beg so they could demoralize him This guy couldn’t lead as a crossing guard He would be to busy telling lies

  3. Avatar photoAngelika Griffin Reply

    Well, is the media even trying to be more positive of President Trump = absolutely NOT, it is clear that they would rather destroy America than stand by it – why? – I have NO idea, especially since the so-called democrat party have always been more Anti-Black since it’s beginning and it’s so ironic that Blacks stand with that party who promises – EMPTY promises – every election cycle, just wished more Blacks would turn on these so-called democrats…Just because LBJ implemented Social Security and said that with that Blacks would vote democrat for the next 200 years, does not mean they should, seems like they want to keep playing the Victim card rather than getting a better life for themselves.

  4. Avatar photoStephen Anello Reply

    I just tried to post your video on Facebook and they blocked it due to misleading content.
    Apparently the sensors at Facebook are still protecting Iden!

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