‘Psychological Torment’ – Biden Team Makes Desperate Sympathy Move

Team members are concerned that Joe Biden may experience “psychological torment.” That is the narrative following many employees informing Politico that, should his kid wind up behind bars, his mental health may be in jeopardy.

There are now plans for Hunter Biden’s gun-related trial in Delaware on June 3. Sometime after that, he will stand trial before a federal jury for tax evasion. Early in May, a court rejected the president’s son’s petition to halt the proceedings in Delaware, dealing a last blow to his chances of success.

Biden appears to be upset and furious about this, and staff members are avoiding the topic out of concern for criticism.

“Some worry that the special counsel David Weiss case might have a significant psychological impact on the president rather than a political one, despite advisers’ insistence that the White House will not be involved. Given the opportunity to talk anonymously in internal discussions, three advisors expressed concern about the burden Hunter Biden’s trial will have on the president during a politically challenging time. They, along with other First Family members, share this concern. Biden has told them that he worries that his son could have to spend time in jail.”

One of the three advisers claimed, “He worries about Hunter every single day, from the time he wakes up to the moment he goes to sleep.” “That will only become apparent at a trial.”

I guess I can understand why a parent would be concerned about his son, even if the kid is a dishonest jerk who has a history of abusing women. However, nobody is pressuring Joe Biden to run for president. He is welcome to retire with the millions of dollars he earned as a career politician to one of his many homes if all of this is too much for him to handle, as it appears to be.

Given that the president repeatedly indulged and made excuses for his son, who needed tough love long before he committed federal crimes, am I expected to have sympathy for his predicament, even if a large portion of it was self-inflicted? It is absurd to believe that the president has no choice but to bear the burden of his office in silence. If Joe Biden wants to live at Rehoboth Beach full-time, that is OK. He may even show his support by attending Hunter Biden’s trial.

Does this individual seem like he could handle his current position?

However, the president’s administration is hesitant to take a certain tack when it comes to handling the situation. Two of those people acquainted with the president’s comments said that White House officials almost never broach the issue of Hunter Biden with the president out of fear of receiving an icy gaze or a harsh scolding. “Everyone described the personal aspects of the presidency while speaking only under the condition of anonymity.”

Joe Biden’s staff’s fear of broaching the topic is understandable given his history with anger management issues. One would think that a president who is now trailing in his bid for reelection would realize how important it is to have a well-thought-out political plan. He has no business becoming president if he is so psychologically unstable. The outcomes thus far are self-explanatory.

Hunter Biden deserves to serve time in prison at the end of the day. If that causes him undue stress, Joe Biden should resign. It is not reasonable to expect others to feel sorry for them.

Author: Scott Dowdy


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