I have to confess, after covering Joe Biden for a long time, I don’t know how anyone could have thought of him as a “nice man” — a frequent lie that was disseminated when he was campaigning for office.
He is nasty, he has a quick temper, he attacks anyone who questions him, and he lies all the time, including about things that could seriously damage our country, like lying about the Chinese surveillance blimp not collecting any information. According to a recent claim, they were able to gather intelligence while flying over several sensitive areas and transmit it to Beijing in real-time.
He gets riled up when his people throw the media out of the room when they attempt to ask him questions throughout a meeting/photo op event and treat the reporters like trash while doing so. “Don’t injure yourself as you’re leaving,” Biden yelled as his staff pushed them out of the room last week. Then he grinned and chuckled. I believe it is proof of the perceived authority he has.
He was questioned about Trump’s arraignment on Tuesday. “Say nothing about the Trump arraignment,” his managers have no doubt instructed him, and “do not dig us a hole by doing or saying something dumb.”
Joe, on the other hand, can’t stop being Joe. He has a blank expression on his face. When a reporter queries, “Is your predecessor’s indictment politically divisive?”
He clearly hears it. When the reporter concludes his statement, a reaction occurs. His response is to erupt into a gleeful smile and laugh. Then his aides throw all of the reporters out of the room.
Joe Biden LAUGHS as he’s asked if the charges against Trump are “politically divisive.” pic.twitter.com/FkkGVs2A1D
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) April 4, 2023
But, no, this isn’t partisan at all. He’s not even trying to hide it anymore. He’s pleased that it’s “politically divisive,” because the more the system of law breaks down, the better.
Author: Blake Ambrose
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