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Radicals Want ‘Passive’ Biden Fight for Leftist Policies, Regardless of Legal Constraints

'Fundamental rights are being stripped away. And the White House just isn’t coming with anything...'

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) The New York Times pushed President Joe Biden to respond to current political situations with extra-constitutional means as his failures in policy—or lack thereof—yield to a growing wave of backlash ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.

“Activists, elected leaders, and everyday Democratic voters say they are eager for Mr. Biden to push the legal limits,” wrote Times White House correspondent Michael D. Shear in an article published Thursday.

Shear listed several hot-button issues that Democrats argued were plaguing America: the overturning of Roe v. Wade, gun violence, inflation and climate change.

The article noted that, while Biden has addressed these events, he has not done all that radical leftists want him to do. In making this case, Shear cited Sen. Bernie Sanders’s former campaign spokesman, Bill Neidhardt.

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“The economy seems to be running out of control,” Neidhard said. “Fundamental rights are being stripped away. And the White House just isn’t coming with anything.”

The Times piece also cited a former Oklahoma governor, stating, “The President needs to be more aggressive.”

The ‘paper of record’ also cited the governess of Bernie Sander’s presidential campaign, Radikah Nath, who said the Biden Administration inspires “a lack of energy and enthusiasm.”

According to the Times, leftists are demanding that Biden “[e]stablish abortion clinics on federal lands; demand an expansion of the Supreme Court; call for the prosecution of former President Donald J. Trump; push harder for tougher climate change regulations and legislation.”

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Shear noted, however, that Biden had justified his inaction by citing a lack of authority to do any of those things, and tht “legal experts say Mr. Biden’s assessment of the constraints is accurate.”

Nonetheless, it said, progressive radicals, borrowing from their Marxist roots, were insisting that the ends would justify the means.

“[C]ritics say his measured approach simply does not meet the moment, leaving him struggling to inspire his supporters and allies to action,” wrote Shear.

The Times cited a tweet from one such critic, arguing that: “staying calm & barely responding when the crises in front of us are massive—on abortion, guns, climate, democracy, etc.—makes us feel like *we’re* the crazy ones for thinking things are bad!”

The factional mob-rule being waged by leftist radicals who otherwise lack the power to achieve their objectives is one of the things America’s Fouding Fathers anticipated in the coutry’s nascent years and sought to address by implementing a system of checks and balances.

According to The Federalist Papers, restraints on immediate action are designed to provide “a defense to the people against their own temporary errors and delusions,” by enabling “the cool and deliberate sense of the community” to “ultimately prevail” and thus act “as a defense to the people against their own temporary errors and delusions.”

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