McCarthy Slams Biden's First 100 Days Calling Them A Bait And Switch

For the Democrats, the 2020 election wasn’t all that complicated. They truly had only one real “strategy”, (if you could even call it that), and it was to remind the nation over and over again that Joe Biden was not Donald Trump.

The left didn’t push for Biden to be President so much as they pushed for Trump to not be the President any longer. Biden didn’t have to go out and say or do much to make this work, either, and he simply repeated a number of Kumbaya talking points on the campaign trail.

He said he’d be a “president for all Americans”, and that he would be looking to heal and unite the nation as a whole.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is now proclaiming that this was all just hot air.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Sunday argued that President Biden’s first 100 days in office have been like a “bait and switch,” saying he has failed to live up to his promises of bipartisan governing.

“If I look at the 100 days, it’s more like a bait and switch,” McCarthy told “Fox News Sunday” anchor Chris Wallace. “The bait was he was going to govern as bipartisan but the switch is he’s governed as a socialist.”

McCarthy suggested that Biden’s infrastructure plan was evidence of this dirty trick.

“Republicans would be the first ones to work with him, but I think the very first thing we would need to do is define what infrastructure is: roads, bridges, airports, Broadcom? We would get this done. [Biden] is trying to pick a number instead of foreseeing what do we need to make America competitive.”

Biden’s first 100 days have been plagued with trouble, not only in the realm of bipartisanship but in pure progressive policy failures as well.

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