Voters remorseful over their 2020 choice: ‘I voted for Biden, so I screwed myself’

(Video Credit: Fox News)

Three very diverse people including a transgender woman, a homeless mother, and a Black man who voted for President Joe Biden have at least one thing in common: They are having serious voter’s remorse just 18 months into his tenure.

Among their regrets, they each cite unique reasons that they will not be casting another ballot for Biden, or likely any Democrat because of the administration’s Marxist agenda, out of control inflation and racial pandering.

“I feel like I’ve been lied to by the media telling us Biden is the answer to all the country’s problems,” Mikaela Stekly, a homeless mother said in an interview with Fox News. “That’s what I saw him as when I voted for him.”

Now, Stekly clearly sees that President Donald Trump’s policies actually helped her thrive more than the empty promises that Biden has failed to deliver on.

“He’s not helping the poor. I’m the poor and I’m getting poorer,” she said. “I can barely afford to eat. Groceries are expensive. Gas is expensive.”

Stekly’s 6-year-old son lives with her parents while she sleeps in her car on nights she can’t find a place to crash.

“And they made [former President Donald] Trump kind of the bad guy in the media, but things were a lot better when he was president,” she explained, noting that the 2020 election was the first time she had cast a ballot.

“I don’t want my son to have a homeless mom, but it seems like everyone’s going to be homeless soon,” Stekly worried. “Who knew that you’d have to have four jobs and you still can barely breathe? It’s like you can’t even live.”

“It used to be easier, but of course I voted for Biden, so I screwed myself,” Stekly said.

A lifelong Democrat and Black father of three is now aware of the fact that he was “programmed” to vote Democrat because of his race.

“I feel like a lot of Black people, we’re trapped in the vicious cycle of believing what Democrats tell us,” Chris McCullough told Fox News. “And that’s how I was for my whole entire life.”

“I was programmed, in a sense, with that Democratic-savior type of situation,” he recalled. “That’s how Biden comes across – as Black people’s savior.”

“I thought that Republicans weren’t for people of color – they were just for rich White people,” McCullough said. “That’s the way the media portrays it to be. I found out that that’s the furthest thing from the truth.”

“I found out the hard way unfortunately that Biden isn’t who he says he is,” McCullough explained remorsefully. “It seems like Democrats, in a sense, they just want to keep us in the same spot, in the same place, more so dependent on them, dependent on the government. We’re stagnant because of that.”

McCullough started a clothing brand in 2015 based on the idea of promoting equality, but he has had a change of heart after being exposed to different ideas online.

He sees now that Democrats “play the race card” on the campaign trail but drop Black people the minute it doesn’t suit their agenda.

“And then the minute they get in office, they say, “OK, forget it,” McCullough said, noting that he would “definitely” vote for Trump if he ran again.

Transgender art teacher Zoe Nicholson spent her vote on Biden in 2020 but realized her mistake “just a couple of months after he took office,” according to Fox News, due to his handling of the pandemic, inflation and because he is “essentially furthering Marxist ideas in our country.”

“It really was a terrible choice,” the artist lamented.

Nicholson believes a vast portion of the Democratic party “has been taken over and appropriated by Marxists.”

“That’s not a controversial thing to say, a person simply has to look at the policies,” Nicholson said.

Nicholson is hoping that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fl.) puts his name in the hat for the 2024 race, but would vote for Trump if he won the Republican nomination because Nicholson “cannot see any reason why I would be voting Democrat and the next election.”

Political pandering to the transgender community has also contributed to Nicholson’s change of heart because “when a person identifies with a group, they lose their individuality.”

Nicholson does not identify as a part of the transgender community because it would mean being stripped of her personal identity.

“Then all of the political weight of the trans community is suddenly mine,” Nicholson said. “It’s a fundamentally Marxist way of thinking.”

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