Whether you are a fan of our President or not, can you imagine what it must be like to be in his shoes?

I certainly can't. I won't voice my opinion either way of our president of the United States Joe Biden. I can live my life by respecting the enormous responsibilities our leader has. In America, we are allowed to voice our concerns, and the men and women in uniform who have lost their lives in the past, and those that serve our country today keep our freedom alive to continue doing that. People can express disappointment and words of disdain if they display it in a legal way. That's what many Minnesotans chose to do just last Tuesday.

We all know "North Dakota Nice", well what about "Minnesota Nice", does that ring true as well?

According to nypost.com "President Biden received an ugly welcome in the Land of 10,000 Lakes on Tuesday when his motorcade passed dozens of protesters who held vulgar signs dissing the commander-in-chief"  Those residents of Minnesota who are not fans of Joe Biden one bit, decided to come out along the route to flex their freedom of speech muscles. Their comments were quite visible on homemade signs and of course the standard "Let's Go Brandon" shirts, flags, hats were all over the place. The nypost also reported "... that other signs displayed various messages including “You Suck,” “High Gas – C’mon man” and “Trump still president.”

Not everyone that was out there disliked the President

The nypost added that "One person held a sign that said “Let’s Go Joe” ..."

One last thing

Regardless of how you feel about President Joe Biden, respect how demanding his job must really be. That old saying "Walk a mile in someone else's shoes" really is quite wise.


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