Rand Paul Predicts Biden Will ‘Radically Transform US Into Socialist Dystopia’
'What we have to hear is that he’s not going to radically transform the country'
Republican Senator Rand Paul has urged Joe Biden to reassure Americans that he would not turn the United States into a socialist dystopia.
Both Paul and his colleague Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) would be “key” in preventing such a transformation.
“I think most importantly, what we have to hear is that he’s not going to radically transform the country into some sort of socialist dystopia,” he said.
“And that may sound like, you know, hyperbole, but many of the things they want to do would radically transform America to a different country, to a country different than what has provided great wealth and great humanitarian ease to millions and millions of Americans.”
“So, you know, there will be a couple of key players in this,” Paul added.
“I think Senator Manchin from West Virginia will be key."
"And also, what will be key is whether or not they blow up the filibuster," Paul added.
"If they blow up the filibuster and do everything by simple majority, they could very quickly and radically change America," he continued.
"And I think, destroy a lot of the fabric of what our great wealth and great freedoms are based on.”
But despite Paul's call for reassurance, it looks like Biden is already on the path to turning American into a socialist nation.
Biden has already set about reversing many of Trump's economic achievements immediately after being sworn into office on Wednesday.
Biden signed several anti-Trump executive orders, including orders to roll back protections for the unborn and dismantle border security.
However, it was Biden’s executive order to rescind the permit for TC Energy to build the Keystone XL pipeline that may be the largest hit to the economy.
The move is costing as many as 11,000 Americans jobs, including 8,000 union positions.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the president signed an executive order to kill the pipeline on Wednesday.
The $9 billion projects were more than 10 years in the making and would have spanned over 1,200 miles to send almost 830,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta, Canada, to Nebraska, Fox News reported.