President Joe Biden is one of the creepiest modern-day politicians in existence and nothing you say to me will ever convince me otherwise. We’re talking about a man gets handsy with women and young girls, sniffs their hair, whispers all sorts of odd things in their ears. And how about the time he told the story about little kids playing with his leg hair at the pool? He’s a weirdo to the maximum. And now we have another incident to add to the list.
According to the Daily Caller, Biden gave his best Joker impression by flashing a twisted looking grin on Tuesday after refusing to give a reporter an update on the status of hostages being held by Palestinian terrorist group Hamas in the Gaza Strip. What kind of lunatic makes a face like that while denying to give information about the status of hostages? It’s creepy to the max.
“Biden opened his meeting on the progress of countering the flow of fentanyl into the United States by noting that the United States, Israel and Hamas were ‘very close’ to reaching a deal to bring some ‘hostages home very soon.’ The president refused to give more of an update on the status of the deal after a reporter pressed the president following the meeting,” the report continued.
“Mr. President, do you have any sense of how many Americans will be released?” a reporter asked Biden.
“Plenty of time to talk about the hostages. Not now. I’m not gonna tell you,” the president said as he flashed a rather unsettling grin.
“The U.S. has reportedly negotiated a deal between Israel and Hamas to pause fighting for several days to free Hostages from Gaza, three current U.S. officials and a former U.S. official with knowledge of the talks told Politico. Those involved in the conversations expect the announcement on the deal to come as soon as Tuesday, though noted that these types of negotiations can fall through, Politico reported,” the Daily Caller added.
A total of nine Americans were still considered missing as of Nov. 14, following the horrific terrorist attacks in Israel carried out by Hamas. When the president was asked to say something to the families of those who were being held hostage, he simply said, “we’re coming.”
“Mr. President, can you address the hostages directly and give them a message of hope and resilience in these troubling times?” a journalist asked the commander-in-chief.
“Yes, I can. I’ve been talking [inaudible] with people involved every single day. I believe it is going to happen but I don’t want to give any detail,” Biden commented.
Let’s hope these folks aren’t being mistreated by the radical Islamists that comprise the Hamas terrorist organization. These individuals aren’t known for their mercy and hospitality for those they deem to be enemies. Hopefully, all of the hostages will be released and returned home before Christmas so people can have their families put back together following this terrifying tragedy. That really would be a Christmas miracle, wouldn’t it?
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