The debt limit deadline is rapidly approaching, and Joe Biden remains in Japan, greatly humiliating us.
I mentioned in a previous post how he seemed to be absolutely lost, was being shown about by Jill, and almost tumbled down the steps. It’s already problematic that he’s meant to represent us while seeming to have just left a nursing home due to his appalling health.
Unfortunately, he continuously puts his foot in it after opening his mouth by saying things that are not just politically foolish or bad policy, but also outright, horrifyingly, palm-to-the-face incorrect. There was more of it than my colleague Bonchie previously mentioned in her writing.
President Yoon of South Korea and Biden recently met. At that point, he was discovered to be using cheat papers with at least one question coming from a reporter on them, as I highlighted at the time. You’d think that he would remember the man’s name after having recently met with him, attended meetings with him, and even participated in a news conference with him. But then again, Joe Biden is the topic, so maybe not.
Biden, though, only referred to him as “President Loon” when he was in Japan and responding to press inquiries. I don’t believe the president of South Korea is the “loon” in this situation. Think about the apology the underlings will have to make to the South Koreans: “Our loon did not intend to call the guy Yoon a “Loon”.” I don’t think I would want to be in their shoes. Even though Biden just had a lengthy conversation with Yoon, he can’t even recall his name. You can then see how severely debilitated Biden is. I have no idea what South Koreans, much less any of the other international leaders here at the G7, are thinking.
Author: Blake Ambrose