Life of Linda, the Biden Government Parasite


Unfortunately, common sense is just not common. We have to regulate every aspect of people’s lives.

~ Councilman Jesse Dominguez, August, 2018

We have gone from Obama’s The Life of Julia to Linda from Peoria, Illinois, and what Biden’s Build Back Better (The Great Reset) means to her.

We posted this a few days ago but thought it needed a second airing!


If you remember, The Life of Julia, now erased from the Internet. It was Obama’s vision depicting the ideological dream of modern liberal statism. The Obama regime at the time envisioned a state that takes care of its citizens and non-citizens from cradle to grave.

The Life of Julia was a symbol of his view of the government’s role in each individual’s life.

Julia’s entire life is defined by her interactions with the state. Government is everywhere and each step of her life is tied to a government program. There are no parents, no husband, no relatives, no family unit, no church, just Julia, her child, and the government.

The Obama vision is a highly cynical view of family, individual liberty, and earned success.

Now We Have The LIfe of Linda

Life of Linda is Biden’s big socialist/communist giveaway as we reported in June when we put up a clip of The Life of Julia a second time. It was the last clip we could find of Julia who has been erased from the Internet. But now we have Linda from Peoria. There is still no father or family unit, of course, but life under government rule with Build Back Better is allegedly just great.

Biden wants to set up a parasitic relationship between the government and the people, using the money stolen from 700 US billionaires. All the people have to do is get used to living like paupers and doing everything the government wants. That’s how this system works.

Linda works like a man, without a father for her son Leo, and, in fact, no family unit. She lives well on the government dole (just like they do in Venezuela). Her son is on the dole too as he grows up. Everything is free.

Son Leo gets a really good job — something to do with windmills.

Since nothing is free and 700 billionaires in the country can’t pay for everything, Build Back Better will soon depend on small businesses and the middle class they are erasing to pay for the freebies. In the end, we will all be poor and miserable together. That is how this story always ends.


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