Biden Closes The Gates Of The Forbidden City
The Forbidden City is a giant palace compound built in Beijing during the Ming Dynasty in China. Commoners were not allowed entrance. Inside, the Emperor and his court lived in splendor and isolation protected by walls and armies of guards.
We have never had the equivalent here in the United States. Until now. Beijing Biden is constructing his own Forbidden City in what used to be the capital of a free republic.
Out in the heartland of America a giant truckers’ convoy, which by the end of the day may include 10,000 vehicles, is headed for Washington, DC. The people of the United States, who have the audacity to continue to believe that they hold power in this nation, are fed up with a national government that acts increasingly like a monarchy of some sort rather than a democracy. Nothing could more terrify Biden and his mandarins than the possibility of actually having to come face to face with commoners and the great unwashed.
There is only one solution. Build walls. Put up barriers. Call in the military.
The Capitol complex has been encircled with fencing. Barriers have been erected all over downtown D.C. A heavy police presence is visible throughout the heart of the city and hundreds of police officers have been called in from New York City and Philadelphia as well. National Guard personnel and tactical vehicles have been stationed at exits all around the Washington Beltway.
The people are coming. They think they can enter the city and press their grievances. They must be stopped.
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