Chuck Norris Explains How Biden Is Pushing America To Utter Dependence On China

Norris, an outspoken Christian and long-time Republican, pointed out that Biden’s $6 trillion budget is “the largest in U.S. history” leaving the country with a national deficit of $1.931 trillion and a “gargantuan $28 trillion” national debt.

He pointed out that the national debt was way smaller during the previous five years under former President Donald Trump, ranging from 1.2% to 2.1%, while Biden’s is projected to remain constantly in the range of 2.1% to 2.3% with such a colossal national budget, deficit, and debt until 2025.

“Is the White House even listening to anyone anymore or just running amok its own way? Are they intentionally leading us as lambs to the financial slaughter”?

Norris said these will make the United States “vulnerable and susceptable” to the “enemies of the state” such as China because of the foreign investments from where the national debt comes from.

Norris also highlighted how Biden could “actually weaken our national security” since the $6 trillion budget only allocates 1.6% to Defense and 0.2% to Homeland Security despite migrants “flooding the U.S. Southern border at alarming rates”.

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He said that the 65% decline in tax burden during Trump’s time will now rollback under Biden based on a Washington Post report, thereby causing the shrinkage in paychecks and the value of the U.S. dollar while jeopardizing each American’s future finances.

Norris, who was previously bashed for his political views and endorsements, suggested that a way to prevent one from experiencing the consequences of Biden’s poor financial strategies to regain the strength of the U.S. dollar is to invest in gold and precious minerals like he did for himself, his family, and his business.

“The time for action and change is now! It’s time for you to look beyond the dollar for your ongoing financial security and safety. Investing in precious metals is your way through and out of the next five years of inflation,” he continued.


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