New York Times Ghost Writes For Joe Biden
New York Times Ghost Writes For Joe Biden
As we perused the pages of The New York Times last night, lo and behold, appeared an Opinion column “penned” by the one-and-only, Joe Biden.
Does The New York Times really think we believe Joe wrote this malarkey himself? C’mon, man! Although they were pretty darn convincing adding in some of old Joe’s trademark “let me be clear”s. What does the President want his doting public who reads NYT to know? What America Will And Won’t Do in Ukraine. Joe Biden wants to help the Iranian…oops…Ukrainian people.
Clarity is not exactly one of Biden’s strong points but The New York Times opinion column from last night attempts to paint Joe as a President who really cares about the welfare of Ukraine.
You’ll never convince me that the vegetable wrote one word of it.
— Brian Wright (@BrianWr57616458) June 1, 2022
We don’t believe he wrote it, either. There may be a smidgen of a chance he did, after his meeting with K-Pop Band, BTS yesterday but we doubt it.
As President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine has said, ultimately this war ‘will only definitively end through diplomacy.’ Every negotiation reflects the facts on the ground. We have moved quickly to send Ukraine a significant amount of weaponry and ammunition so it can fight on the battlefield and be in the strongest possible position at the negotiating table.”-Joe Biden, The New York Times
The strongest possible position at the negotiating table, eh? You know what is going to get Ukraine there? A small number of high-tech, medium-range rocket systems, so we’re hearing. Medium-range missiles. Joe does not mention this in “his” opinion column. But it seems other outlets are open to reporting this. The idea? Medium-range weaponry will push Russian troops back as they advance on cities in Ukraine but won’t fire into Russia. While this may be an effective strategy to some, the implications of this strategy are far more sinister.
Ukraine’s talks with Russia are not stalled because Ukraine has turned its back on diplomacy. They are stalled because Russia continues to wage a war to take control of as much of Ukraine as it can.”-Joe Biden
Because Russia keeps advancing on Ukraine, numbskull. And, according to this numbskull, medium-range weapons are going to stop an insurrection, apparently. Okay. Moving right along.
Unprovoked aggression, the bombing of maternity hospitals and centers of culture, and the forced displacement of millions of people makes the war in Ukraine a profound moral issue.”-Joe Biden
Like he cares about morality. As, we see here, that Russia continues to dictate which weapons can be used to fight an invasion they began. “Oh, please, Mr. Putin, we promise not to give Ukraine long-range missiles, we’ll tell you that we’re giving them medium-range ones and maybe, just maybe, out of the kindness of your heart, you’ll back off Ukraine?”
Many of Biden’s supporters, many a New York Times reader will say, “Golly, gee, thank you, Mr. President, thaaaannnnk you, for your steady leadership.” Nobody is thanking him for continuing to allow Putin to pick and choose the weapons of his opponent, which is what indeed is happening here. Putin still has the upper-hand.
I know many people around the world are concerned about the use of nuclear weapons. We currently see no indication that Russia has intent to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine, though Russia’s occasional rhetoric to rattle the nuclear saber is itself dangerous and extremely irresponsible. Let me be clear: Any use of nuclear weapons in this conflict on any scale would be completely unacceptable to us as well as the rest of the world and would entail severe consequences.”-Joe Biden
You think, Joe? Did Putin tell you himself that this was not his intention?
Where America’s leaders lay out red lines and bolster deterrence, Russian leaders play chess, using America’s predictable actions against it. In Ukraine Putin has placed Biden in an awful trap, and as a result of Biden’s desperation to maintain control of a situation where he really has little to none Putin is setting the tune for the cruel dance.”–Andrew Tanner
A President that was not elected but installed like a toilet is now, supposedly writing OpEds in The New York Times about diplomacy and restoring Democracy in the Ukraine after four months of Russian invasions, destruction and displacement of Ukrainian citizens? Right. Let’s not even go there with our country and the damage Biden’s Administration has done here. A faltering economy. Inflation. High gas prices. A diplomatic strategy that is only helping the politicians in office to save face. A declining moral foundation and patriotism here on terra firma. Education and academics in the garbage disposal. Countries like China and Russia drool over this type of stuff from us. They want to see this. It’s weakness. And Joe Biden is a weak leader. I would argue the weakest we’ve ever seen in office.
But, nice try, New York Times, in trying to convince the American public that this guy is a competent, intentional leader. Our enemies know otherwise. Thanks for the heads-up, though. If we’re all, God-willing, still alive when the great monkeypox plague hits, standing on bread lines when the next toilet paper shortage of 2023 falls upon us, I know to go looting a liberal’s house for a stack of newspapers. Flush.
Feature Photo: Original artwork by Victory Girls Darleen Click