Warning: Biden Deceiving Seniors —7 Things Every Voter Should Know

Warning: Biden Deceiving Seniors —7 Things Every Voter Should Know

CRAIG HUEY

2024 is becoming the election of deception.

And seniors are a major target.

Biden and his campaign team use lies and deception to fire up their base, microtargeting key groups… including seniors.

His most recent ad targets seniors and their Social Security. In the ad, Biden makes it seem like President Trump and the Republicans are planning on cutting Social Security for seniors—a deceitful lie.

Here are 7 things you should know about Biden’s deceptive Social Security ads…

1) Microtargeting deceptive ads to seniors

The Biden campaign team is following Obama’s campaign team strategy of microtargeting audiences to mobilize them to vote.

In microtargeting these audiences, deception is being used to create fear and anger and help mobilize that specific audience to vote, volunteer, and donate.

In selecting seniors, it is a core group that has been a traditional microtargeted group, but now, because of digital AI, Deep Fakes, and deceptive advertising, the deception is at a higher level than ever before in election history.

Now, the Biden campaign has an ad that, at its core, is blatantly false.

Whether it’s using that not only on traditional TV and cable but with digital ads on TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram, anyone doing searches on Google or other search engines, and even in the answers of ChatGPT, these ads being microtargeted to seniors won’t be seen by anyone else but seniors—that’s the strategy for all microtargeted groups.

2) Biden’s senior deception started during the State of the Union speech

During Biden’s State of the Union speech, he warned that “Many of my friends on the other side of the aisle want to put Social Security on the chopping block. If anyone here tries to cut Social Security or Medicare or raise the retirement age, I will stop you. I’ll protect and strengthen Social Security and make the wealthy pay their fair share.”

Although Biden specifically put it in his speech to fire up his base for the 2024 presidential election, he’s used the same rhetoric since campaigning in 2020.

3) The reality vs the deception: What Trump really said…

Trump has made it clear, vowing not to touch Social Security or Medicare.

Remember the Democrat’s ads in 2016 showing then Speaker of the House Paul Ryan pushing a grandma in a wheelchair off a cliff?

Well, the Biden administration is using a page out of the same tired playbook, editing what Trump really said:

“There is a lot you can do in terms of entitlement, in terms of cutting…”

However, they purposely left out most of what Trump really said. Here’s the rest of what Trump said:

“… and in terms of also the theft and the bad management of entitlements, tremendous bad management of entitlements. I know that they’re going to end up weakening Social Security because the country is weak.”

In other words, millions of seniors believe a lie because of the Biden deception.

4) Biden Campaign Explanation

Josh Marcus-Blank, communications director for the Biden campaign, said, “The attacks on Social Security and Medicare aren’t abstract for seniors—They’re a legitimate threat to their livelihoods.”

The Biden Administration is using the same tactics other politicians like Obama and Hillary Clinton used to scare seniors into thinking that Republicans will cut or take away their Social Security and Medicare, which is a lie.

But now, they are using advanced microtargeting to promote their deceit.

It’s a hot-button issue that mobilizes seniors to donate, volunteer, and vote for Biden’s biased deceit.

5) Reality Check

Taxpayers spent more on Social Security and Medicare this year than on the federal budget in 2005.

In 2005, the Federal budget was $2.4 trillion, and the federal debt was $7.9 trillion. In 2024, Social Security will pay out $1.5 trillion. Medicare will cost $900 billion. These figures are probably higher than they are reporting because the high inflation caused by Biden’s massive overspending and $34.5 trillion deficit drives up the cost-of-living adjustments.

Both programs will cost more than servicing the debt, which is over $890 billion, and the defense budget, which is $850 billion.

The national debt is now $34.5 trillion, and Biden wants to spend $7.3 trillion we don’t have.

The other problem Social Security and Medicare are facing is the worker contribution is shrinking.

But wait… there’s much more.

When Social Security was launched in 1935, there were approximately 16 workers for every 1 retiree. In 2024, there are only 3 workers for every 1 retiree… and that number is shrinking.

So, if you thought there was a “lockbox” where what you put into Social Security is there for you when you retire—guess again. There was never a “lockbox.” All your money went into the general fund to be spent by Congress on whatever they want.

It’s all a big Ponzi scheme. The government needs workers to tax to pay for your retirement benefits… and right now, there are only 3 workers to cover 1 retiree (the Social Security taxes that they all pay go to only 1 retiree) … and that number is shrinking from 3 to 2… and eventually none.

It’s all unsustainable.

Yet Biden and the Democrat socialists are ignoring reality… They are “entitlement deniers.”

Like ostriches, they are burying their heads in the sand and ignoring the looming crisis ahead—Social Security, Medicare, and other entitlements will crash under high inflation, profligate government overspending, and insufficient workers to pay for those entitlements.

6) What should happen?

Over the years, economists have offered many great solutions…

For example:

In 2005, Conservative and Republican advocates gave taxpayers the right to invest their money in the stock market instead of being forced to pay payroll taxes and have money taken out of their paychecks. This would benefit the seniors, and they would have much more money when they retire than they would get from Social Security.

For example, if a 25-year-old invested $1,000 per year at Social Security’s 2% rate of return in 40 years, he would have over $61,000.

Yet, if he earned the average stock market rate of return, he would have over $225,000 — That’s 4 times the amount of what he’d get from Social Security.

As you can see, if workers were allowed to keep and invest what the government confiscates in Social Security and Medicare payroll taxes, the most cautious investors would have over 40% more in retirement income.

Yet Democrat socialists opposed the bill in 2005 and have opposed similar plans since.

Will Trump do what is right?

Will Republicans do what is right?

7) Biden’s negative ad

Here is Biden’s deceptive campaign ad:

Click HERE to view Biden’s Social Security ad.

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Action Steps:

1) Vote out Democrat socialists in the Senate, Congress, and President

2) Don’t be fooled by the Democrat’s deceptive ads or their talking heads on the TV news or influencers on social media.

3) Share this article with all your friends and family and on social media.

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