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Twitter Is Already Showing Massive Growth Of Buyers Remorse By Biden Voters

Twitter Is Already Showing Massive Growth Of Buyers Remorse By Biden Voters

Now that the left has done what they set out to do, the people who voted to put Bidden in power are already starting to have buyers remorse.

Various text message conversations shared to Twitter reveal that Americans who voted for newly inaugurated President Joe Biden are already starting to regret what they’ve done.

Reality can be pretty harsh when it sets in, can’t it?


Yup—they’re just starting to figure out what us Trump voters were going on about this whole time, aren’t they?

Here is a woman explaining to another why her husband is losing his job due to Biden shutting down the Keystone pipeline:

The woman Kristin explained that her friend had no idea what voting for Biden would produce and that she’d merely hated Trump.

“Jeremy just called and yelled at me,” the friend said.

“He said everyone on the job site are freaking out thinking they are going to lose their jobs. He’s blaming me for voting for Biden. You know I hated the way Trump acted. Is it true that Jeremy could lose his job?” the poor woman asked her friend.

The informed Kristin responded by explaining that she was sorry about the threat to Jeremy’s job but that indeed, Biden’s radical policies would most certainly impact tens of thousands of energy sector jobs.

This is why we all weren’t so concerned about the “Trump is mean” trope because we looked at things like facts and data.

“This is just flat out common sense. I’m gonna be honest with you though, YOU voted for this. I didn’t and neither did Jeremy, but we will be suffering,” Kristin bluntly replied.

“I’m so sick of the ‘Trump is mean’ bs, the man built a great economy but your hurt feelings got in the way of you researching the truth. You let Don Lemon and Anderson Cooper lie to you every damn night into some unicorn utopia of complete GARBAGE,” she continued.

“I always knew that people would regret voting for Biden, I didn’t think it’d be Day 1. Biden probably won’t hurt your feelings as much as Trump but he will take your husband’s job. Think on this,” she continued.

Others were not so charitable, they called out the people who refused to listen, now were seeing what their fruits were producing.


Next, we have text messages brought to light by author Mike Cernovich, which he identifies as another Biden-regret fit in response to a White House executive order. An expurgated version follows:

Cernovich theorizes that such conversations are occurring nationwide.

Gateway Pundit also presents the following tweets from commentator Charlie Kirk:

While the earlier-presented text messages are anecdotal, studies even last year pointed to a buyer’s remorse trend. For example, a report from the Media Research Center showed “that the media’s lack of coverage and big tech’s suppression of certain issues and scandals surrounding Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden could have cost President Donald Trump the election,” wrote the Federalist in November.

“The survey results report that 17 percent of Biden voters would not have voted for the Biden-Harris presidential ticket if they had known about at least one of the eight news stories that were suppressed by big tech and mainstream media outlets,” the site continued.

One of those, of course, is the Hunter Biden laptop scandal.

I said prior to November 3 on Talkback with Chuck Wilder that I didn’t see how Trump could win the election with all that was arrayed against him, from mainstream media bias, which gives the Democrats eight to 10 extra popular-vote points; to Big Tech manipulation, which can swing up to 15 million votes toward them; to electoral fraud, which, well, can shift who knows how many votes.

I’ve also said for years that if the media actually told the Truth, the radical leftist Democrats wouldn’t stand a chance (which means they wouldn’t exist, as constituted, because the party would conform more to the electorate).

Yet also true is that just as people get the government they deserve, so do they also get the media they deserve: If people tuned out fake news, it wouldn’t exist. But if “wishes were horses, beggars would ride,” as the old proverb goes.

In this vein and as you might imagine, some respondents at Gateway Pundit didn’t react kindly to the regretful voters. “‘I hated the way Trump acted,’” wrote commenter IPray4LibsItBugsThem, quoting one of the cited Biden voters. “Yeah, he wasn’t a ‘smooth’ political type, so what? What did he DO for you?” the poster continued.

“Instead of being bent out of shape because you are one of the eternally offended, why not look up a list of Trump’s accomplishments while in office? That may really open your eyes to what’s important (clue, it has nothing to do with looking polished and slick). In the meantime, if you are going to continue to be stupid and shallow, please don’t vote. Thank you,” the poster concluded.

Worse still, people generally learn the wrong lesson from such mistakes. For example, the issue with a remorseful Biden voter is not that he voted for China Joe. No.

It’s that he’s the kind of person who could vote for a China Joe. 

This isn’t to condemn such an individual (were he one of the “initiated,” he wouldn’t be remorseful). Rather, it’s akin to saying that, as with a young, novice driver overconfident behind the wheel, a person must develop the wisdom to know what he knows and know what he doesn’t know.

After remorse should come repair. Following a bad vote, we should ask: How was I so deceived or unaware of the Truth? What are my information sources? What should they be? (Visiting daily would help!).

Then ask: Do I know the virtues — e.g., Charity, Courage, Diligence, Chastity, Prudence, Justice — those elements of morality? This provides us with a moral yardstick with which we can measure all things, including political candidates.


Really, though, in talking about people “getting what they deserve,” we’re just lamenting man’s nature. ‘Twas ever thus, that, as the apocryphal Roman saying goes, the average person “is concerned about the pebble in his shoe.”

All we can do is strive to create a moral society, understanding why Benjamin Franklin warned that only “a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become more corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.”

And because national virtue is lacking, masters we are getting.

We are told because we are Conservatives we can’t tell the Democrats later, “I told you so!” I say to hell with this, I could care less what our leadership tells us, they are part of the reason we are in the mess we now are in, I will make sure I do so, and do it with great satisfaction.

I would like to thank the Tea Party and New American for contributing to this article.

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About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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