What happened: President Joe Biden is likely to announce his reelection campaign on April 25, the Associated Press reported on Thursday. He will be the oldest president in American history to run for a second term.
What it means: Tuesday, April 25, is the four-year anniversary of Biden's entry into the 2020 presidential election, when he unveiled a poorly paraphrased version of Donald Trump's iconic slogan, "Make American Great Again." At a press conference in Wilmington, Del., the former vice president declared, "America is coming back like we used to be."
What it really means: April 25 is also the 231st anniversary of the first execution carried out by guillotine, the iconic instrument of socialist terror. On that day in 1792, convicted criminal Nicholas Jacques Pelletier was decapitated for assaulting and burglarizing a passerby in Paris.
The execution took place at the Place de l'Hôtel de Ville in front of what is now the Paris city hall. A large crowd came out to see the novel contraption put to use, though these onlookers were reportedly disappointed by the guillotine's efficiency and expressed a preference for more brutal and entertaining instruments of execution, such as the gallows or the breaking wheel.
Why it matters: It's not a coincidence, just like it wasn't a coincidence that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) unveiled her "free college" plan on Vladimir Lenin's birthday—less than a week before Biden launched his campaign in 2019.
Biden, 80, might not know the date, the location of his office, or his job title, but his conniving advisers and radical left-wing allies certainly do. They would like nothing more than to impose a Reign of Terror right here in the United States.
The Democratic Party, the Deep State, the "Squad," the woke scolds who control our universities and multinational corporations—they have one goal in life: to place America's head in a metaphorical guillotine and let the blade of socialism fatally sever the exceptional freedoms cherished by her law-abiding citizens.
Bottom line: Wake up, America, before it's too late.