Jose Franco Wants To Be Donald Trump's Vice President In 2024

Despite voting for Biden in 2020, the comedian senses apprehension, or a lack of a rudimentary understanding of economics by most Democrats.
By: Jose Franco
Questions Jose Franco Asked Democrats In 2019
Questions Jose Franco Asked Democrats In 2019
NEW YORK - May 21, 2022 - PRLog -- Comedian Jose Franco believes that it is not the "facts" that many Liberals are fearful about, but the feelings they feel. Until more Democrats have mastered their feelings when talking about anything related to supply and demand, it's easier for Democrats to loathe someone who thinks he'd make an ideal Vice President to Donald Trump in 2024. It's easier for Joe Biden's party to complain and throw stones at a relatively unknown Brooklyn comedian instead of addressing their flawed approach.

Often a person's attitudes towards politics will determine their views towards politics as a whole. When we hear the word "politics" today, we inevitably think of someone like "The Clintons or Donald Trump"; and to some the words "Democrat and/or Republican" suggests so much hypocrisy, tyranny, meanness and tenacity of superstition that in a wholesale undiscerning way many folks love saying that all "politicians" are altogether always up to no good. Despite scores of unscrupulous politicians, Jose Franco believes political discourse allows us to identify if something is wrong in society and the opportunity to set it right.

Jose Franco is hoping disenfranchised Republicans can momentarily put Donald Trump's "bombastic attention seeking rhetoric" on pause in order to enable more civility in American politics. Ideally, all capable people (regardless of political affiliation) should look for reasons to start/continue the work of self improvement, particularly since nobody is equal to anybody. Even the same person is not equal to him/herself on different days. A key to never closing your heart to someone you don't agree with is the willingness to forgive. With forgiveness, events and people are re-contextualized as simply "limited"— not "bad" or "evil." With humility, we are willing to relinquish our perception of a past event and gain more consciousness. Republicans, how "woke" are you looking to be at a time it seems less and less folks are buying into the 'American Dream'? How do the well intended cause people to believe again in an imagined order such as the American Dream, Democracy or Capitalism? Continue reading .....

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