How is it possible that a man who can’t string together a coherent sentence winds up becoming president of the United States?
Do Democrats not see how obvious it is that Joe Biden makes America look weaker by the day on the world stage?
Do they care – at all!?
So many questions so little time.
Let’s all just wait and see how some of this voter fraud stuff turns out in states like Georgia and Pennsylvania. In the meantime here’s a clip of Barack Obama’s VP claiming “150 Americans” voted on Election Day 2020.
PRES. BIDEN: "The big lie is just that: A big lie!" pic.twitter.com/ZHbHZ9pSWU
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) July 13, 2021
Here’s more on Joe’s shameful voting rights speech, via National Review:
Republican “anti-voting laws,” President Joe Biden claimed during his demagogic speech at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia this afternoon, are the most “significant threat to our democracy since the Civil War.” These laws are “odious,” “pernicious,” “vicious,” and “unconscionable,” a “subversion and suppression,” the “21st-century Jim Crow,” and the sure sign of an emerging “autocracy.” Biden’s fabricated panic offers lots of space for hyperbole, but precious little room for specifics. I was prepared to fact-check Biden’s contentions about new election laws, but the president offered few details. Perhaps he comprehends that most Americans would probably find voter-integrity laws rather innocuous.
Biden must also have sensed how preposterous his hyperbole sounded, littering his speech with a bunch of “literallys” and “for reals.” None of the voting laws passed in 17 states — some drafted better than others — comes anywhere in the vicinity of “authoritarian.” To compare photo-ID laws to Jim Crow is to cheapen history. Then again, Biden, doesn’t have a problem using Goebbels’s “Big Lie” formulation, either — the kind of Nazi reference that Democrats pretend to be upset by when used by Republicans.
Not only didn’t we hear much from Biden about how these “autocratic” laws work, we didn’t hear much about how H.R. 1 proposes to save democracy. The closest the president came to offering any specifics was to claim that new voter laws somehow legalize the intimidation of voters and the tossing of legal ballots. Both of those things, of course, are already illegal. The “For the People Act” would force states to count mail-in votes that arrive up to ten days after Election Day; compel them to legalize ballot harvesting; ban them from having voter-ID laws; empower bureaucrats to redraw congressional districts; require states to allow felons to vote; undermine free-speech rights by imposing a new array of burdens on civic groups, unions, and nonprofit organizations; force states to count ballots cast by voters who are in the wrong precincts; prohibit election officials from reviewing eligibility of voters; and bar officials from removing ineligible voters from the rolls.
If you were wondering what disgraced former-GOP Senator Jeff Flake is up to, Biden just nominated him for an ambassadorship.
From Fox News:
President Joe Biden has tapped Republican former Sen. Jeff Flake, to serve as U.S. ambassador to Turkey.
Flake, who endorsed Biden’s 2020 run for the White House, served in the U.S. Senate representing Arizona from 2013 to 2019 and in the U.S. House from 2001 to 2013.
“With this nomination, the Biden Administration reaffirms the best tradition of American foreign policy and diplomacy: the credo that partisan politics should stop at the water’s edge. U.S. foreign policy can and should be bipartisan,” Flake said in a statement. “That is my belief as well, and my commitment.”
On thing is for sure, Joe Biden’s mental deficiencies can’t be hidden away no matter how much the mainstream media tries to keep him out of the limelight.