Build Back Better

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Builed Back Better is not an American program proposed by the Biden regime; it is the globalist agenda of the private sector World Economic Forum which has undo influence with governments throughout the world.

Build Back Better is the slogan of the globalist World Economic Forum (WEF) as outlined in its Great Reset or Fourth Industrial Revolution to destroy individual freedom and strengthen the control of corrupt global elites in the aftermath of the CCP pandemic.[1] In the United States, socialist leader Joe Biden made Build Back Better the centerpiece of his $3.5 trillion proposal to destroy American capitalism. Sen. Joe Manchin described the effects of Build Back Better:

What I have made clear to the President and Democratic leaders is that spending trillions more on new and expanded government programs, when we can’t even pay for the essential social programs, like Social Security and Medicare, is the definition of fiscal insanity. Suggesting that spending trillions more will not have an impact on inflation ignores the everyday reality that America’s families continue pay an unavoidable inflation tax. Proposing a historic expansion of social programs while ignoring the fact we are not in a recession and that millions of jobs remain open will only feed a dysfunction that could weaken our economic recovery. ....Our tax code should ...not weaken our global competitiveness or the ability of millions of small businesses to compete with the Amazons of the world. Overall, the amount we spend now must be balanced with what we need and can afford – not designed to reengineer the social and economic fabric of this nation or vengefully tax for the sake of wishful spending....I have made it clear ...the need to means test any new social programs so that we are helping those who need it the most, not spend for the sake of spending....America is a great nation but great nations throughout history have been weakened by careless spending and bad policies. Now, more than ever, we must work together to avoid these fatal mistakes so that we may fulfill our greatest responsibility as elected leaders and pass on a better America to the next generation.[2]

An October 2021 poll found that only 25% believe Biden's social spending plan will make their lives better.[3]

See also


  1. "Build Back Better" Compilation - "The Great Reset" Montage. Dec 19, 2020.
  2. JD Rucker, What Joe Manchin’s Statement Against $3.5T ‘Build Back Better’ Plan Really Means Noq Report, September 29, 2021.
  3. Becket Adams, Only 25% believe Biden’s social spending plan will make their lives better Washington Examiner, Oct 13, 2021.