In an op-ed published in The Daily Mail on Tuesday, McCain wrote, “No one is healing. Nothing is healed. The wound Donald Trump ripped open has done nothing but fester since Scranton Joe was inaugurated.”
“Eight months since President Biden was sworn into office, the anticipation of a tone change and ‘return to normalcy’ has utterly disappeared. The man I once considered a friend and confidante has morphed into a feckless and unreliable leader I no longer recognize,” she continued. “He gives all the signs of stubborn cantankerous naiveté, surrounded by idiotic sycophants anyone who has spent more than fifteen minutes around politics should easily recognize as the worst type of corrupt bureaucrats.”
McCain went on to say that Biden’s policies have “broken with his rhetoric of unity to create more division and distrust.”
She shared some examples of issues she has with Biden’s policies:
“Inflation has exploded. Americans are paying more at the pump and the grocery and soon for their kids’ holiday toys. The schools are supposed to be reopened, but in-person learning is inconsistent and can be pulled away with the speed of a positive test. The vaccine booster shots, which Biden promised at the beginning of the month, ran into a brick wall of FDA policy. New government mandates are testing the limits of executive power.”
Additionally, she blasted Biden for failing to follow through on his promise to “shut down the virus, not the country,” as she noted administration officials have called for more vaccine requirements and mask mandates, while “you can see stadiums filled with tens of thousands of unmasked football fans cheering together for hours.”
“Many of those cheering fans, who stand for the anthem and honor the flag, are the same people our media looks down on, and who Biden and his White House sycophants blame for continued Covid case numbers, despite no proof whatsoever that they are the source of continued illness,” McCain wrote.
She also claimed that administration officials do not have a plan to tackle the virus and “blame them for their own failed policies, as a blatant attempt to distract from the fact that they literally have officials resigning in protest from the FDA over their interference in public health science.”
Finally, McCain said, “My intuition has proved right. He is on the path to become worse than Jimmy Carter, who author Steve Hayward described as a man who ran for office promising ‘a government as good as the people’ and ended his term by saying the people were no good.”
“The American people are good. I believe in them. And I believe they deserve a better class of leader,” she added.
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