In First Weeks, Biden Admin Makes Priorities Clear As Voters Begin To Ask Where’s The Help, by Jon Hall

Democrats have historically talked up populism while sliding into bed with corporate power. The Biden democrats have given up talking up populism, they just hop into bed with the corporations. From Jon Hall at

As any observant follower of politics knows, executive orders amidst a new Presidential administration taking office is nothing unusual. The orders can consistently be relied on as a good indicator as to the aims and intentions of a new presidency. Cue the Biden administration making headlines off the bat upon revoking the permit of the Keystone Pipeline XL, halting construction and eliminating 11,000 jobs in the process. Under Biden, the U.S. also re-joins the Paris climate accord.

Several of Biden’s executive orders did away with Trump’s isolationist, “America First” immigration policies. Notably, non-citizens are now required to be included in the Census and get an apportionment of congressional representatives. DACA is fortified and protected. The restrictions placed by the Trump administration on U.S. entry for passport holders from seven Muslim-majority countries was also reversed.

Construction of the border wall stops as the national emergency declaration used for funding was terminated under another executive action. Sure, Biden signed an order that, according to CNN, “restores collective bargaining power and worker for protections for federal workers… and… $15 minimum wage”.

$15 minimum wage…by 2025. And for federal workers only.

Biden’s executive executive orders also saw a slew of COVID-related actions. In the Biden admin, a “COVID-19 Response Coordinator” will report to Biden and distribute vaccinations. A “100 Days Masking Challenge” will ask the public to be socially distant and wear a face mask. Masks required in airports, public transport, and on federal land – with FEMA directed to create “federally-supported community vaccination centers”.

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One response to “In First Weeks, Biden Admin Makes Priorities Clear As Voters Begin To Ask Where’s The Help, by Jon Hall

  1. In the photograph Biden’s face is a bit scew-whiff. Has he had the vaccine?


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