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100 Days of Biden His Time

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Here we are, 100 days into a Biden presidency – that should have been a Bernie presidency if the primaries weren’t rigged.

Biden gave a speech last night. I didn’t listen to it – but I have been paying attention to what Biden has actually been doing with his presidential power and what he could be doing if he actually believed in helping the working class.

Thanks to @BidenTracking and @WaitingOnBiden on Twitter for their compilations of Biden’s actions, the following list I have pulled primarily from them. Please give them a follow to keep on tracking Biden’s actions. These lists are not comprehensive, but give a broad overview of what has happened in the last 100 days. I haven’t even mentioned racial justice, which will be covered on our next episode of Crawdads and Taters.

The Good

The Bad

The Ugly

What he could have done

Thanks to the Day One Agenda for compiling a list of what Biden actually has the power to do without congress. Here are just a few things that he could have done if he wasn’t owned by Wall Street. These items are what we could have expected from a Bernie presidency.

None of this is really radical at all – other countries have free collegeuniversal healthcare, and have declared climate emergencies. If Biden truly believed in progress, he would enact these policies. His first 100 days show that he is more interested in pleasing his corporate donors than in helping the people of the United States. This comes as no surprise to me, as I explained before the election in my reasoning why I would not vote for Biden. He has lived up to my low expectations in many cases and been worse in others. There’s nothing progressive about this administration.

Originally published by Birrion Sondahl on April 29, 2021

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