Joe Biden’s folks have truly embarked on an Orwellian effort.
They’re literally changing the meaning of words to fit their agenda.
Take Biden’s effort to recast what a “bipartisan bill” is. According to Biden, it doesn’t mean what one would think it would mean, from the plain meaning of the words: a bill with support from both political parties. According to Biden, because he doesn’t have that support from the Republicans in Congress, now he wants “bipartisan” to mean if he, Biden, claims there is support among Republicans somewhere in America.
Biden’s now taking that ‘through the looking glass’ recasting of words to the infrastructure bill. Infrastructure no longer means what we’ve all come to expect it to mean: roads, bridges, dams, etc. Now, infrastructure pretty much means anything Biden and the Democrats think they might be able to shove into the bill. The liberal cult turns on a dime to accept this bastardization of the word.
Listen to what Biden is now claiming is “infrastructure.” Words have no meaning anymore with these characters.
BIDEN: “Taking care of elderly parents and kids with disabilities so people can go to work is investing in infrastructure.”
“Chips like the one I have here, these chips, these wafers, are batteries, broadband — it's all infrastructure." pic.twitter.com/oAor0ilmsB
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) April 12, 2021
Of course, he’s reading again, so he doesn’t have to think for himself. But no, that’s not infrastructure.
The Oxford Dictionary notes that infrastructure is “the basic systems and services that are necessary for a country or an organization to run smoothly, for example buildings, transport and water and power supplies.” It isn’t whatever the Democrats want to make it be to ensure their power.
As my colleague Sister Toldjah reported earlier today, Chris Christie blasted Joe Biden for not being truthful about what infrastructure really is.
But Democrats aren’t shy about admitting they’re throwing reality under the bus, as Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm revealed when she spoke to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, saying they didn’t want to use “past definitions of infrastructure.”
Energy Sec. Granholm responds to criticism of the Biden administration's infrastructure plan: "What is infrastructure? Historically, it's been what makes the economy move." https://t.co/MLMwtBqEVj pic.twitter.com/eoAid78NLK
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) April 11, 2021
“This is the biggest investment in the future of America that we have seen in our lifetime,” Granholm declared. That’s how you know it’s a snow job when they start tossing around that “it’s an investment” crap.
"It's so much easier to change the meanings of words than to be honest about what we want to do" https://t.co/uEKfyKJPYb
— Fusilli Spock (@awstar11) April 12, 2021
They're lying to you and telling you to your face that they're lying to you. https://t.co/9xrUEB19rg
— I got your #Unity right here (@jtLOL) April 12, 2021
War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength, and 2 + 2 = 5.
Channeling Orwell today, are we? https://t.co/BE74lZxT9Y
— Rep. Nancy Mace (@RepNancyMace) April 7, 2021
I ran "infrastructure" through my patented George Orwell Newspeak Translator and in plain English it means "progressive pork spending on everything BUT real infrastructure"
— Sean Paige (@SeanPaige) April 6, 2021
Energy prices are going through the roof. That’s what this means. https://t.co/eBWUdl2bdd
— Mr T 2 (@GovtsTheProblem) April 12, 2021
Sounds about right on target.
George Orwell is doing a big “I warned you” in the great beyond. https://t.co/V5j4CqfIoV
— IrishPrincess (@radical1979) April 12, 2021
I’m from Michigan, people. I tried to warn you all.
— Sergeant Hulka (@Hulka_Sgt) April 12, 2021
Sen. Ted Cruz puts it bluntly.
no kidding https://t.co/14GeS75ofZ
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) April 12, 2021