To his enthusiastic supporters, President Joe Biden was supposed to be a fresh, needed change after four years of President Donald Trump.
The events of Jan. 6 worked in favor of the president-elect. The country was told an embarrassing, inept, anti-democratic chapter was concluding. Biden’s America would be better. Only eight months into this new administration, the opposite is true. On top of abysmal failures abroad, COVID-19 continues to rage, and illegal immigration is exploding, just to name a few issues. All of this occurs while a man who is too advanced in age to lead attempts to do just that.
For many who branded themselves Never Trump, this current reality isn’t what they wanted. An unknown quantity of those who loudly rejected the former president didn’t do so as supporters of Biden. Unlike what some disgruntled Republicans believe, not supporting Trump was (and is) not an embrace of a Democratic opponent.
In the immediate aftermath