So far President Joe Biden and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi have both shorted out while speaking. Pelosi and Biden are very old and after years of political influence, their time has to come to an end. The United States deserves politicians who are coherent and have the ability to enact legislation and make decisions and we’re not seeing that from the federal government.
Biden is requesting $33 billion in “emergency funding” for Ukraine to go along with the billions that have already been spent in Ukraine. Ukraine, as you probably know, is in an ongoing border dispute with Russia that has led to many Ukrainian and Russian lives to be lost and an escalation of violence in Ukraine. That still doesn’t mean that the U.S. has to fund someone else’s war.
During the speech, Biden’s brain broke and he tried to pronounce the Word “kleptocracy.” Biden’s gaffe came as he was explaining that the U.S. should begin seizing assets from Russian oligarchs.
Biden said, “We’re going to seize their yachts, their luxury homes, and other ill-gotten gains of Putin’s kleptoc- yeah – kleptocracy and klep – the guys who are the kleptocracies.”
Biden also said, “But these are bad guys.”
Why does Biden insist on painting everyone with such a broad brush? Every Russian oligarch can’t deserve to have the U.S. government seize their assets. That’s ridiculous and in no way would change the conflict in Ukraine.
It’s getting embarrassing to watch at this point and Jill Biden is to blame. Jill is Joe’s wife and should have the self-awareness to encourage Joe to step down but she doesn’t do that. There’s no reason to believe that Jill has cognitive decline which means she’s well aware of these issues.
The next in line for blame is Ron Klain. Klain is Biden’s Chief of Staff and knows how Biden thinks and how he acts. This isn’t normal and it’s detrimental to the national security of the U.S.
Biden’s definition of a bad guy seems to change over time. It wasn’t very long ago that Biden said that Cornpop was a bad guy, which means that Cornpop is somehow equal to a Russian oligarch?