Biden Calls Himself a Dictator…Take a Look

Guess who called President Joe Biden a dictator? You guessed it, President Joe Biden.

Back in 2020, before Biden took office, he said in an interview that using executive orders to legislate was wrong and doing it was untenable “unless you’re a dictator.” 

Biden said this in October 2020:

“No, well, I’ve gotta get the votes. I gotta get the votes. That’s why — you know, the one thing that I — I have this strange notion. We are a democracy. Some of my Republican friends and some of my Democratic friends even, occasionally say, ‘Well, if you can’t get the votes, by executive order you’re going to do something.’ Things you can’t do by executive order unless you’re a dictator. We’re a democracy. We need consensus.”

Biden has already abandoned his position that seemed so crystal clear. He has legislated from the Oval Office through executive orders and moved in the opposite direction of the American people and the elected representatives in the legislative branch. 

What’s crazy is that his team has tried to argue that only certain executive orders would be used by a dictator and Biden hasn’t signed any of the dictatorial-type orders. 

But in just two years, Biden has used his powerful pen to sign executive orders circumventing congressional authority on issues including guns, COVID policy, abortion, and climate change.

Again, look at Biden’s own words:

“I announced an executive order on gun violence to intensify our work to save lives. It will keep firearms out of dangerous hands, takes every lawful action to move as close to universal background checks without new legislation, expands awareness about red flag laws, and more.”

He also said, “This Court has made it clear it will not protect the rights of women. I will. That’s why today I’m signing an Executive Order to protect access to reproductive health care.”

And here’s Biden again, “I’ve called on Congress to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, but Senate Republicans have stood in the way of progress. That’s why this afternoon, I’m taking action and signing an Executive Order that delivers the most significant police reform in decades.”

There it is in black and white.