Ouch: RNC Releases Ad Showing What a Second Biden Term Would Look Like

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Joe Biden, who showered with his daughter and was credibly accused of rape by Tara Reade, has announced that he’s running for reelection in 2024. He released a lackluster campaign ad claiming that he’s going to save democracy from MAGA extremists. His new slogan, which was probably chosen by Klaus Schwab at the World Economic Forum just like his last slogan, is “Let’s finish the job.”

Finish the job of what? Crushing the hopes and dreams of Americans into oblivion?

Every policy of the Biden regime over the past two-plus years has been designed to grind the American middle class into dust while inflicting maximum humiliation upon them.

Groceries have never been more expensive, and gasoline is about to top $5 a gallon again as we head into Memorial Day. Utilities are through the roof because of Biden’s anti-natural gas and anti-coal freak show.

Just drive an electric car and eat the bugs, peasants!

It’s hard to imagine what another four years of having Joe Biden and Cackling Kamala in office will look like. Will we even have a country left? At the current pace of illegal immigration, Joe Biden will have allowed 20 million illegals into the country at the end of a second term. That will completely devastate the housing market, destroy our hospitals, and make our children’s schools a hellish free-for-all.

Instead of showing you Joe Biden’s threatening campaign video, however, we’re just going to show you the response to it. The RNC put out an ad that was generated by Artificial Intelligence (AI), to show everyone what a second Joe Biden term would look like. Keep in mind that a human did not write or generate this ad. An AI program created it based on all available knowledge of what Joe Biden has done over the past two years.

Here it is:

At this point, we need to be sure to take the same approach as the Democrats did in 2020. Vote red no matter who. Obviously, we can’t allow this to play out for another term.