Joe Biden’s lie is unfit to save ‘the soul of the nation’
President Biden will deliver a prime-time speech on Thursday on what the White House calls the “battle for the soul of the nation.”
It’s a hot topic with rich possibilities, but none richer than the notion that the Big Guy is qualified to speak to America’s soul. Unless he confesses how his family made millions selling access to foreign governments and communist oligarchs, Biden will be stuck weaving a fictional web.
No problem there because he’s good at fiction. He has a gift for pretend play.
All politicians lie, but Biden doesn’t stop there. He is a confirmed plagiarist, a fabulist, always the hero of his own stories, the Walter Mitty of American politics!
It doesn’t matter that under his direction and under his policies, America has become more violent, more expensive and more pessimistic. The world smells weak and when our enemies say America is in decline, it’s hard to say otherwise.
Still, Biden stumbles and mutters, the path greased by his image of being an old-school tough guy. Uncle Joe is made for politics and voters can trust him, the media never tire of lecturing us because he reminds them of someone in their family.
Sure, he’s a bit nerdy and quickly gets hot under the collar, but he’s well-meaning and has a big heart. Maybe that big heart is why young kids want to rub their hair on his legs and why he snuggles them and sniffs their hair.
Isn’t that what all uncles do? And don’t all fathers take showers with their daughters, like Uncle Joe did with his daughter, according to Ashley Biden’s diary?
When Uncle Joe tells stories about his own childhood, he’s still “Joey” and the family sits around the kitchen table in Scranton, going over the bills they can’t afford to pay. Someone always says something about little guys getting fucked, which Joey swears to stop when he grows up.
That’s why, he tells us, he worked so hard in high school and was admitted to the Naval Academy, started college at the historically black Delaware State University, then moved to the University of Delaware where he earned three undergraduate degrees.
Three degrees and four Pinocchios!
Then he went to law school at Syracuse University, where he earned the only full college scholarship and finished in the top half of his class.
He said, until the facts prove otherwise.
Along the way, he got a job as the only white lifeguard at a black pool in Wilmington, where he faced off against Corn Pop, “a bad guy who ran a lot of bad boys.” They were all carrying razor blades dipped in rain barrels to make them rust but Joe Biden was unafraid and Corn Pop backed off!
Fight to save your skin
Real life dealt with Biden more than his fair share of tragedy, but that never dampened his passion for self-glorification. He says he has been arrested more than once for participating in civil rights protests in the United States and once in South Africa for trying to see Nelson Mandela.
None of these claims are true, but it is a fact that he befriended Southern segregationists in the Senate and “revered” his mentor Robert Byrd, a former KKK member. .
Sometimes Biden’s passion for civil rights wins out, as was the case during the 2012 campaign when he accused Mitt Romney and Republicans of wanting to put black Americans back “in chains.”
Or when he told a black radio host in 2020 that “you’re not black” if the host even considered voting for Donald Trump.
Those passions were still running high last year when he attacked a Georgia bill requiring voters to be identified as ‘Jim Crow in the 21st century’ and said supporting it was like siding with Bull Connor. . Never mind that Delaware also requires a voter card.
All of this suggests that Biden’s version of America’s soul is conveniently contoured to fit his politics at any time. Thursday, with the midterms heating up and Biden family secrets at stake, will be a great example of that.
Coming hot on the heels of his attorney general ordering an unprecedented raid on the former president’s home, and as the case unfolds daily in the media, the current president will say America must come together to protect the democracy of the other party, uh semi-fascists.
He won’t have to name Donald Trump to let everyone know who the devil is. While some may worry that Democrats are arming law enforcement against their political enemies, the media will be cheering hooray for Uncle Joe.
It won’t be said that the same FBI that spied on Trump in 2016 and helped quash the Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story in 2020, is now counting down six deep for this pesky investigation into Hunter and all those paymasters. strangers. No leaks and no end in sight to the four-year investigation, despite millions of dollars flowing through various Biden family accounts.
All the more reason Biden has to fight like hell to get Democrats to hold both houses of Congress this fall. His presidency and his reputation are on the line because if the Republicans win either chamber, they vow to investigate the Big Guy and his family’s wealth.
Voters will therefore have a real choice. They can get a full and honest picture of Biden’s long career to get a secret cut.
Or they may decide that the soul of the nation is better served with the status quo, where the money flows into the pockets of the first family and the leader of the other party is raided by the FBI and faces jail.
NYC is racing
Seven thousand six hundred – and counting. That’s the number of migrants crossing the border at New York shelters, and that number is growing day by day.
Sooner or later, Mayor Adams will pay the political price. The influx began with secret federal government flights to area airports and continues with Texas Governor Greg Abbott sending busloads of migrants to Gotham and Washington DC.
Abbott’s goal is to pressure shrine cities to mourn uncle and force Biden to seal the border.
Abbott won the argument. The only question is how long it will take Adams to admit defeat and work with him to get Washington to enforce immigration laws.
Stink vs. Hochul
Joseph Cesare sees a blind spot in Governor Hochul’s attack on Florida and Governor Ron DeSantis where she said the problem “starts from the top down.” Cesare writes: “Does she not know that she is the governor of a state that is rotting like a fish?
Tardy Blas ‘prof’ecy
Reader Otto Hernandez has a warning for Harvard students who sign up to take Bill de Blasio’s course. Noting that Professor Putz is not a follower of time, he writes, “I assume his 9 o’clock class will start at 10 o’clock sharp.”