What Joe Biden, Bashir Assad, Raul Castro, and Kim Jong Un All Have in Common
Bashir Al-Assad, Raul Castro, Kim Jong Un, and Joe Biden all have something in common with one another.
In all honestly, an American name shouldn’t even belong in that list, yet it fits properly.
It’s not because I’m accusing him of being a tyrant or a communist or anything of that nature. The reason that Joe Biden belongs in that list is because of the election results. The percentage of votes that Joe Biden won when he got the mysterious batches of votes that launched him into the lead over President Trump matches the amounts of dictators from other countries.
As David Shafer said on Twitter,
“Biden’s margin of victory in this batch of votes (99.9%) bested Bashar al-Assad’s 2007 margin (97.6%) and Raul Castro’s 2008 margin (99.4%). It matched Kim Jong-il’s 2009 margin (99.9%).”
“We were limited to 1 monitor for every 10 counting tables and we were kept some distance from the tables. There is no telling what we missed under these unreasonable restrictions. The miscounted batch had been be signed off by two official counters.”
These men from other nations run very harsh and controlling regimes in which they control the entire country. Some are socialist, some are communist, and Joe Biden is now in the mix and rightly so, because he’s going to turn this country into a socialist country.
Bashir-Al Assad has been president of Syria since 2000.
Raul Castro took over after Fidel Castro in 2011.
Kim Jong-Un has been supreme leader of North Korea since 2011 after his father passed away, and in fact, he is only the third leader of North Korea following his father and grandfather who led the country before him. They have always been under the control of the same family and is therefore formally an oligarchy.
In reality, it should be seen as a family dictatorship, but because there are “elections” it’s not as though the power transfers just because of family.
Let’s keep the faith that the election will swing back the other way and we’re not fighting a losing cause.