August 4, 2021

Former Secret Service Agent Sears Big Gov’t To A Crisp In Scalding Hot FB Post

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Think about where we find ourselves. We are in the midst of a border crisis on our southern border, a civil war in Iraq, an aggressive expansion of Russian territory, a historically unpopular healthcare initiative, record numbers of Americans both outside of our workforce and receiving disability payments from the government, a crisis where our own IRS admits to targeting Americans, then pleads the 5th, then “loses” only the emails of the suspects involved, destroys their hard-drives and tells us nothing is wrong.

Dan Bongino, a former Secret Service Agent and current candidate for Maryland’s 6th Congressional seat, posted a scathing rebuke of liberalism and the Obama Administration to his Facebook wall on Monday:

We are watching, in real time, the collapse of the big-government model on which the house of liberalism has been built. The only question remaining is, when will those on the far left accept the results, rather than the intentions of the big government model?

President Obama ran on the idea that a big government can solve big problems, yet this model has not only not solved any of our big problems, but it has created new ones, while aggravating old ones created by prior administrations.

Then he backed it up with some powerful evidence:

Think about where we find ourselves. We are in the midst of a border crisis on our southern border, a civil war in Iraq, an aggressive expansion of Russian territory, a historically unpopular healthcare initiative, record numbers of Americans both outside of our workforce and receiving disability payments from the government, a crisis where our own IRS admits to targeting Americans, then pleads the 5th, then “loses” only the emails of the suspects involved, destroys their hard-drives and tells us nothing is wrong.

And where is our President on these issues? He is issuing public statements on how he disagrees with the name of an NFL team.

Calling this leadership is either willfully misleading or un-willfully blind.

Boom. There’s nothing more that can be added to that.

Bongino gained national prominence after writing a book on his experience working in the White House, and he narrowly lost a Senate bid in 2012. The primary for the Congressional seat he is seeking is currently held by a one-term incumbent, Democrat John Delaney.

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