Nightmare Scenario: How to Protect and Grow Your Wealth if Joe Biden Wins a Second Term

President Joe Biden delivers a primetime speech at Independence National Historical Park September 1, 2022 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. President Biden spoke on “the continued battle for the Soul of the Nation.” (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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Pentagon consultant, CPA, and forensic accountant Joel Litman believes that Joe Biden—despite his age, his mishandling of inflation, and his dismal 45 percent approval rating—will not only run for reelection next year, but could also win a second presidential term by a landslide.

Litman also believes Biden could become one of the most powerful presidents in history.

How is this all possible?

Well, it’s almost entirely because of a surprising July 25th “twist” that hardly anybody’s talking about right now, according to Litman.

In short, a powerful new economic force is quietly building behind Joe Biden, and Litman is confident Biden can harness this force’s inevitable wave, carrying him to a landslide re-election win. (Here’s the data that proves it.)

Litman says the good news is, this powerful new force can help you make a lot of money even in a bear market. He believes it will make millions of Americans vastly wealthier.

The bad news is that this July 25th twist is also likely to make Biden and the progressives more powerful than ever. That means much bigger government. And it means that it’s going to be harder than ever to hold onto any money you make.

“I don’t understand why almost no one is talking about this July 25th development and what it means for the future of our country,” said Litman. “This should be all over every American newspaper.”

So, after being asked to speak at the Pentagon recently in Washington, DC, to address top brass at the Department of Defense, Litman put together an analysis of this situation that details everything you need to know.

You can access his full brand-new analysis on his firm’s website, free of charge. Click here to view.


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