Foul Play To Look At Hunter According To Joe Biden

Foul Play To Look At Hunter According To Joe Biden

Foul Play To Look At Hunter According To Joe Biden

Joe Biden, pretender to the Presidency of the United States of America, and his wife, Jill Biden, appeared on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert to insist that they had great confidence in their son, Hunter, and that it is foul play to go after Hunter to get to Joe.

Speaking of foul play, have you read Jill Biden’s (not really a) dissertation paper? Victory Girls’ Kim wrote about that and you can read it here. Jill Biden’s “education” and smarts will come into play later on in this post.

Joe Biden spent the election season in his basement bunker and, since November 3, 2020, has had to answer truly no questions whatsoever. Even Peter Doocy, who has spent two years with Biden, only asked if Hunter had committed a crime. Biden answered that he was proud of his son.

It’s classic, for the man who sat in the Oval Office in January, 2017 and plotted to use the Logan Act against incoming President Donald Trump. Biden wants to talk about foul play. It’s on.

The Bidens sat down with Stephen Colbert in Wilmington, Delaware for possibly the most sycophantic interview ever conducted. Colbert asked Old Joe what he brings to the Presidency. After Joe proclaiming that “America is back”, he went on to say that politics has become so “dirty and vicious and personal and mean” and Joe wants to bring us together. That’s rich, from the man who tried to destroy Clarence Thomas, in 1991, when Thomas was a nominee to the Supreme Court. That was foul play.

Here is part one ofthe Bidens’ interview:

I wanted to describe to you Biden talking about the Covid vaccinations but I couldn’t parse out the word salad. Here it is from Fox News and you can give it a try:

“It’s one thing to get the vaccine delivered to X number of spots around the country,” Biden said. “It’s a very different thing to get the vaccine out of that tube, into a syringe, into somebody’s arm. The vaccination — that is a monumental task and is probably the single most significant effort to take place in the United States, to distribute something around the world, around the country.”

I am not sure whether Joe Biden was talking about logistics or public relations there. If it’s logistics, Trump has the best military in the world working that effort. If it’s public relations, Joe’s not helping with his description of “out of the tube, into a syringe, into somebody’s arm.

Vicious Joe took a shot (pun intended) at President Trump with his comment that we walked away from the world stage and the World Health Organization, and “walls don’t stop the virus”. We walked away from the World Health Organization because they were doing the bidding of the Chinese government, but then Joe is doing the business of the ChiComs.

For the second part of the interview, watch it here, Joe and Colbert were joined by Jill Biden and discussed the “right wing attack” on here claim of being a “Dr.”. From Yahoo News:

“Some people have recently taken it upon themselves to question that title of yours,” Colbert said. “Do you have any reaction to those people?” “Yeah,” Dr. Biden answered, “that was such a surprise.” “It caught me by surprise as well. I did not see that one coming,” Colbert replied. “Nor did I. And, you know, it was really the tone of it that I think that—you know, he called me kiddo,” Dr. Biden responded. “One of the things I’m most proud of is my doctorate. I mean, I worked so hard for it.”

Okay, kiddo. I have read the dissertation, if that what she wants to call it, and I couldn’t have gotten away with that kind of tripe in high school. If she worked “so hard” on it, she is not that bright and doesn’t know hard work. I am just going to interject here that it is painful to watch Jill Biden try to will the appropriate words out of Joe’s mouth.

Finally, Colbert gets to Hunter Biden. This is where Jill does her bobblehead impression while Joe says that they have great confidence in their son and that it is foul play to go after Hunter to get to him. Joe goes on to say that Hunter is the smartest man he knows in terms of sheer intellectual capacity. Well Joe, I don’t know about that. Maybe Joe doesn’t know many smart people. Hunter may be conniving. But, smart, um, no.

Joe got one thing right. The American people can smell what’s true and what’s not true. We can smell phoniness. We have gotten a whiff of the stench on the Biden’s and it is the fragrance of mendacity and hypocrisy. That’s foul.

Still praying that Biden never takes the oath of office.

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