Seriously, will someone grab ole’ Joe and lock him in a closet already?
The guy is certifiable and they are allowing him carte blanche to go about saying the things he does to anyone.
Sheesh, it is not only embarrassing but it is also insulting.
For example, just consider what the so-called PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES had to say to people from the beachfront town of Lahaina, who lost their homes, jobs, and loved ones in the fire.
Biden says "Jill and I have a little sense of what it's like to lose a home" and then tells the story of when lightning struck his house in 2004 and says "I almost lost my '67 corvette and my cat."
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— Greg Price (@greg_price11) August 22, 2023
As Biden spoke to a crowd of disgruntled local Hawaiians, the president, maybe in an ill-advised attempt to appear empathetic, brought up an old event from his past.
If if the narrative had been half as harrowing as he made it out to be, it would’ve been a brilliantly accessible and genuine moment for Biden.
“I don’t want to compare difficulties, but we have a little sense, Jill and I, of what it’s like to lose a home,” Biden said.
“Years ago, now, 15 years ago, I was in Washington, doing ‘Meet the Press,’ it was a sunny Sunday. And lightning struck at home, on a little lake that’s outside of our home. Not a lake, a big pond.
“And hit a wire, and came up underneath our home, into the heating ducts, air conditioning duct. To make a long story short, I almost lost my wife, my ’67 Corvette, and my cat.”
Ok, I am not sure about you but this story sounds very familiar.
If it sounds familiar to you too it’s because Biden already used it back in 2022.
In early 2022, Biden told this experience with citizens of Colorado who, ironically, were dealing with the aftermath of fires.
This would be nice and wonderful if Biden’s story were even somewhat truthful.
Even back then, over a year and a half ago, the Examiner reported that this lightning narrative was nonsense.
According to a 2004 Associated Press story, this potentially disastrous fire was a rather straightforward problem that was managed within 20 minutes and was mostly restricted to the kitchen.
In other words, it’s nothing like the utter anguish and tragedy that people on Maui are experiencing.
There is a moment to empathize and a time to sympathize.
The issue with Biden isn’t that he doesn’t know what to do at what time.
The issue with Biden is that he is completely incapable of empathizing and sympathizing.
His entire treatment of the people of Hawaii has demonstrated this cruelly and abundantly.
So, what do you think?
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