“I’m going to start by telling you that I’m a full-throated, red-blooded, patriotic, unwoke, capitalist CEO … I’m not woke anything,” JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon declared at the recent World Economic Forum (WEF).
That’s the spirit! It’s about time a CEO stood up for the rights of the “unwoke,” who have been cancelled in droves thanks to an utterly militant media that is seriously devout to deeply problematic forces.
In doing so, Dimon also made all the other “red-blooded, patriotic, unwoke” Americans feel much more defended amid relentless attacks from the culture warriors on the left.
Contrast that spirit with the rather lackluster remarks of Biden, made all the more lackluster by their ghostwritten nature.
“Whether democracy is still America’s sacred cause is what the 2024 election is all about,” Biden boomed during a recent speech.
A speech that was allegedly designed to rile up enthusiasm for another disastrous Biden-Harris-Obama term.
Biden invoking George Washington is a tad ironic, given the rather obvious disparity between both presidents in terms of their respective allegiances to the nation.
Regardless, Biden’s speech was ghostwritten anyway, and it’s highly unlikely the president ever bothered to read George Washington’s “Farewell Address,” if he’s even aware of its existence in the first place.
In fact, it’s highly unlikely the president ever wrote or read much of anything original, given the unilateral quest for political power that has dictated his entire life.
Ironically, Biden actually withdrew from a presidential race in 1988 due to plagiarism accusations, illustrating just how significantly times have changed since then.
After all, by the 2020s, plagiarizers apparently become pro-Hamas presidents of Harvard, thanks to Democrats’ “standards.”
Even in 1986, long before dementia began to set in, Biden was described as routinely “angry” when interacting with others, including former Secretary of State George Schultz.
Biden was bound to be especially “angry” following a shocking statement issued by Michael Cembalest, a top strategist at JP Morgan.
According to Cembalest, Biden is highly likely to withdraw in the 2024 race, citing “health reasons” as the primary concern. In an especially optimistic note, Cembalest believes that Biden may even withdraw before the “Super Tuesday” primaries.
“Biden has a low approval rating for a President with ~10% job creation since his inauguration, although that figure is the by-product of his inauguration coinciding with the rollout of COVID vaccines and a reopening US economy,” Cembalest observed.
So, in other words, the 10 percent job creation can be attributed to the Trump administration.
In truth, any lingering economic benefit can be linked back to Trump, though most Americans aren’t too happy with “Bidenomics” now.
Polls originating from woke source, such as the New York Times, have further justified Cembalest’s assertion, noting that a grand total of 2 percent of surveyed individuals believe that the economy is “excellent” under the Biden administration.
Luckily, given Dimon’s declaration that he is “not woke anything,” Cembalest can feel comfort knowing that he still has a job.
Moreover, David Axelrod, one of the masterminds behind Obama’s 2008 campaign, has openly called for Biden to withdraw, especially given his advanced age and dramatically reduced popularity.
“I think that there is one issue that is hanging over him … I think with Donald Trump on the other end, he could still win this election. But the age issue is difficult,” Axelrod remarked.
You don’t say.
One can only hope a president with the spirit of JP Morgan’s CEO will assume power less than a year from now.
The future of republicanism may well depend on it.
Author: Ofelia Thornton