Over the last several years since the 46th president of the United States Joe Biden entered the oval office in January of 2021, the quality of life within the domestic United States has swiftly deteriorated. Indeed, over these two and a half years, it is estimated that over five million illegal migrants have entered the nation through the southern border. Many of the individuals are not women and children seeking asylum but are rather young aged able body men from all over the world. These individuals have been allowed to enter the nation at a nearly unprecedented rate, and little to knowledge of their criminal history or intentions has been garnered. The national security of average Americans is greatly at risk; already, several individuals from Iran have been apprehended, showing that enemies of America are aware of the extreme weakness at the border and seek to exploit it.
Additionally, while the federal government continues to send billions of dollars in foreign aid to other countries, the cost of living at home continues to rise. Interest rates have skyrocketed in efforts to curb rampant inflation which peaked in late 2022 at levels not witnessed in 40 years. Now, some 60% of Americans are estimated to be living paycheck to paycheck. Home ownership has been deemed unaffordable for many median income individuals and young families, and in a recent report by Fox business, in 99% of the nation those with average levels of earning power simply cannot afford to own a residence.
The public has taken notice of this, and the sitting president Joe Biden and his Vice President Kamala Harris consistently earn low approval ratings from voters. Despite this, many Democrats remain committed to the president and openly believe he has been effective in terms of governance. Stacey Abrams, a leading Democrat from Georgia, has claimed that people dislike Kamala Harris due to “racism and misogyny”; Harris is black and female.