Biden speaks and says nothing–again

Biden speaks and says nothing–again

Biden speaks and says nothing–again

Someone needs to sit Joe Biden down and remind him exactly what his role as President of the United States happens to be. Once again–or perhaps I should say “still”–he acts as if he alone has the right to rule our nation. Perhaps he thinks his title is “emperor” or maybe “tsar”. Whatever the case, yesterday he made noises that sound an awful lot like he will attempt to interfere in Elon Musk’s Twitter, not to mention none-too-subtly warning Republicans not to go after his darling baby boy, Hunter. It will be interesting to see what happens if the Republicans do take control of the House of Representatives and if Kevin McCarthy becomes our next Speaker of the House and Steve Scalise becomes the next House Majority Leader.

Scalise, the current House Minority Whip, has not only announced his bid to become House Majority Leader but he made a pledge to “advance a conservative agenda in the House.” He also pledged to hold the Biden Administration accountable for their actions:

We must be relentless in our oversight of this Administration. From the politicization of the Justice Department to the job crushing regulations coming from every agency, we need to shine a bright light on the actions and policy failures of this administration. I will work with committee chairs to ensure that everybody in the Biden Administration is on notice that we will be holding them accountable for their actions.”

Of course, Biden isn’t going to take this lying down. (Well, at least not unless Dr. Jill brings him and ice cream cone and promises to read him a story before he takes his nap.) After wishing the Republicans “luck” if they tried to go after poor Hunter, he had the audacity to say this:

Lots of luck in your senior year, as my coach used to say,” Biden joked. “Look, I think the American public wants us to move on and get things done for them. . . Look, I can’t control what they’re going to do, all I can do is continue to try to make life better for the American people.”

Now, I don’t know about you, but I’d certainly feel better if we could get something resembling an unbiased investigation into Hunter Biden, his ties to the Chinese and what sort of ties they might have to other members of his family or his father’s Administration. But when you live in Bidenland, you learn quickly to bow your head and ignore Hunter (a presidential relative who makes Billy Carter and Roger Clinton look good).

As for Biden trying to make life better for the American people, can we start by tackling inflation, rising gas prices, supply chain issues and not destroying our military?

But Biden wasn’t done. Earlier in the day, he said, “the American people made it clear: they want every day going forward not to be a constant political battle. There’s too much of that going on.” And in the Biden way of compromise, POTUS reportedly said he would not work with Rep. McCarthy if he becomes the next Speaker of the House.

Where’s that commitment to making our lives better and not making every day a constant political battle, Joey?

But there’s more in the delusional land of Biden to take note of today.

Even though Saudi Arabia has been a major stockholder in Twitter since before Musk bought the platform, suddenly the Biden White House is worried about how that might impact our national security. Yesterday, Biden stated that “he would support a U.S. government review of the foreign investors backing Elon Musk’s $44 billion Twitter purchase.”

But he wants to work with everyone and make life better for all of us–as long as we leave poor, misunderstood Hunter alone.

For a president who touted how well his party did in Tuesday’s elections, he certainly acts like a man so terrified of possible changes he is willing to not only interfere in a legitimate business deal but all but threaten House members if they dare investigate his son.

Hypocrisy, thy name is Joe Biden.

Remember, when he took his oath of office, he made the following pledge: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

Interfering in the investigation against his son is not preserving, protecting and defending the Constitution. Refusing to work with the potential new Majority Leader is not working in the best interests of everyone in our country. Sticking his nose into a legitimate business deal for purely political reasons is nothing short of an abuse of office.

Biden is supposedly worried about a rocky two years ahead. Let us hope it is all that and more as Steve Scalise and others hold his feet to the fire and do their best to protect our best interest.

Featured image: Joe Biden’s Zipper is Open by Donkeyhotey. Creative Commons license 2.0

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