Only weeks ago, James Dobson, who has advised five presidents on family and faith issues, warned that the agenda pursued by President Biden and his Democratic Party could finish off America.
Now, following Biden’s first solo news conference as president, Dobson says the nation is “teetering on the edge,” and soon it could be “forever too late.”
“Throughout the press conference, and so far in his tenure as president, Joe Biden has acted as a divider, rather than fulfill his promise to unite the country, said Dobson, the founder of the James Dobson Family Institute, and the host of the “Family Talk” radio program.
“He has advanced far-left policies – most often by executive order – and continues to blame President Trump for problems that he is creating, even as he takes credit for successes he inherited,” Dobson said. “Through it all President Biden nevertheless accuses Republicans of ‘continu[ing] the politics of division.’ (He even questioned whether the Republican party would still be here in 2024?!) How this man could say such things with a straight face is beyond me. Yet, it seems that he is willing to say anything to cram his radically left agenda down the throats of all Americans.”
Dobson said it’s “more clear than ever that our nation is teetering on the edge. Are Christians, at long last, aware of this horrible reality?”
“And are we finally ready to stand up and let our voices be heard, before it is forever too late?”
He said the media may have been satisfied with Biden’s news conference, “but freedom-loving Americans and people who hold true to our Judeo-Christian values should rightfully be outraged.”
“‘Press conference’ is an inadequate description of what took place, which was nearly an hour of misrepresentations and outright lies, as he claimed responsibility for the continued success of President Trump’s ‘Operation Warp Speed,’ blamed the Trump administration for problems that he, himself, created at the border, and totally distorted the truth about legislation the Democrat party is seeking to ram through Congress. All of this was communicated under the guise of uniting the people of our country,” Dobson said.