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Biden Just Told Them, “HURRY UP So I Can Sell Out America!”

Everyone knows that if you are going to do something right that you need to take your time with it. You can’t bake a cake in five minutes. Hell, you can barely get the eggs out of the fridge.

That being said, you can screw up a lot of things if you try to do something in a hurry. This is why Joe Biden is telling people that he is doing everything he can to overtake a lot of authority in order to get his minions in order.

At the end of the day, we are under a lot of strain now that Joe Biden is going to be getting the keys to the White House. I have a strong feeling things are going to get pretty bad.

Joe Biden is calling on the Senate to move to immediately confirm his slate of Cabinet picks. Biden said Friday from Wilmington, Delaware, that “we have no time to lose” as the coronavirus pandemic continues to inflict pain on the nation’s health and economy.

Biden ready to destroy America

Biden said, “Given what our country’s been through the last few days … they should be confirmed as close to Jan. 20 as possible.”



Biden rounded out his economic team by announcing the nominations of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh as labor secretary, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo as commerce secretary and Isabel Guzman as administrator of the Small Business Administration.

Biden’s nominee to lead the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Alejandro Mayorkas, raked in millions over the last two years representing multinational corporations in Big Tech and on Wall Street as a corporate lawyer, financial disclosure reports reveal.

Since 2019, Mayorkas made more than $3.3 million as a corporate lawyer for a series of multinational corporations, financial disclosure reports show, including the tech firms Airbnb, Uber, and Cisco Systems, along with the Wall Street firm Blackstone.

Mayorkas also represented T-Mobile, Intuit, the aerospace corporation Northrop Grumman, Clorox, MGM Resorts International, and the engineering company Leidos.

Specifically while representing Uber, Mayorkas helped ensure that the tech giant was complying with federal immigration laws when it packs foreign workers into its driving jobs. While representing T-Mobile, Mayorkas advised the telecommunications corporation as they merged with Sprint to dominate more market power as a super conglomerate.

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