By John Paluska, Founder of The Daily Fodder

Today freedom is officially dead. Biden's new Executive Order, which commands the Intelligence Community to essentially determine how to run the economy and which products will be "essential" and "nonessential," has determined whether your business has a right to survive. According to him, we need a "collective" economy that is controlled by none other than his branch of government. 

He states "close cooperation on resilient supply chains with allies and partners who share our values will foster collective economic and national security." In other words, your business is an entity of the Federal Government now, and if we don't like you, then you don't matter anymore.

Biden called his plot to take over the economy a "100-Day Supply Chain Review." When have we heard of these before? Stalin's Russia had 4-year plans to "revitalize" the economy. Hitler's National-Socialist Germany has plans like these, and Mao Zedong's China was known for the sheer number of them and the severity of poverty and ruin they created. 

The Executive Order states:

Sec. 3.  100-Day Supply Chain Review.  

(a)  To advance the policy described in section 1 of this order, the APNSA and the APEP, in coordination with the heads of appropriate agencies, as defined in section 6(a) of this order, shall complete a review of supply chain risks, as outlined in subsection (b) of this section, within 100 days of the date of this order.

(b)  Within 100 days of the date of this order, the specified heads of agencies shall submit the following reports to the President, through the APNSA and the APEP:

However it doesn't end there with just planning, Biden certainly made sure he was perfectly clear on that. After this massive analysis, the Intelligence Community will then tell Biden which companies, including digital industries, which could be interpreted as news websites, social media outlets, and ad networks, among other potential "digital products" matter and deserve funding first:

 (viii)  a prioritization of the critical goods and materials and other essential goods and materials, including digital products, identified in subsections (c)(i) and (c)(ii) of this section for the purpose of identifying options and policy recommendations.  The prioritization shall be based on statutory or regulatory requirements; importance to national security, emergency preparedness, and the policy set forth in section 1 of this order; and the review conducted pursuant to subsection (c)(v) of this section;

(ix)    specific policy recommendations for ensuring a resilient supply chain for the sector.  Such recommendations may include sustainably reshoring supply chains and developing domestic supplies, cooperating with allies and partners to identify alternative supply chains, building redundancy into domestic supply chains, ensuring and enlarging stockpiles, developing workforce capabilities, enhancing access to financing, expanding research and development to broaden supply chains, addressing risks due to vulnerabilities in digital products relied on by supply chains, addressing risks posed by climate change, and any other recommendations;

(x)     any executive, legislative, regulatory, and policy changes and any other actions to strengthen the capabilities identified in subsection (c)(iii) of this section, and to prevent, avoid, or prepare for any of the contingencies identified in subsection (c)(iv) of this section;

I'm sorry, your highness, but this isn't China. This is America. You can't tell us which businesses matter and which ones don't. You don't get to decide who wins and loses. You don't get to determine everyone's worth and value to society. You aren't Xi Jinping. We have a Constitution in this country. You can't lock us up and throw us into a cubicle to do your bidding. You have no right to do this.

This is no different than what happens in Venezuela, Russia, China, North Korea, and every other land of oppression and slavery. We are not subjects of Biden's bidding. We are not his useful idiots and his workerbees doing whatever he wishes for the present moment. We are human beings with value. We matter. We get to determine our own destiny. We declared this in 1776, and we codified it into our Constitution in 1789.

Take your communism elsewhere. The American people don't want it, and we didn't vote for it in the election you stole.


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  1. The governors got away with deeming businesses essential or non-essential....THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH DOES NOT MAKE LAW; mandates are not law. POTATUS DementiaPervertJoe is part of the executive branch. All of them are unconstitutional.