We all know that the liberal media does all it can to protect Joe Biden. All these biased news networks prop up his failed agenda, hoping their propaganda will brainwash Americans into thinking he’s a success. But the shocking approval polls reveal it’s not working. And even some left-leaning outlets are turning on the old man. There are still some, it seems, who are fighting to keep this crumbling presidency alive.
Biden struggled to clean up his idiotic remarks while in Poland. His foreign policies have been a dismal failure, with the fall of Afghanistan and the invasion of Ukraine. Many fear what Iran or China might do, with Joe Biden in office.. But one reporter really laid an egg trying to butter up old Joe. And nobody’s letting him off the hook.
A White House correspondent was mocked online for flattering President Joe Biden on Monday by telling him that he had “more foreign policy experience than any President who has ever held this office” before asking him a question…
The reporter, who was described online as a PBS correspondent (but neither named nor confirmed as such) made the statement before asking about his remarks in Warsaw declaring that Russian President Vladimir Putin cannot remain in power: “Whether those are your personal feelings or your feelings as President, do you understand why people would believe you, as someone commanding one of the largest nuclear arsenals in the world, saying someone cannot remain in power is a statement of U.S. policy?” she asked. “And also, are you concerned about propaganda use of those remarks by the Russians?”
Several pundits pointed out that there were many presidents who had more foreign policy experience than Biden. [Source: Breitbart]
Apparently, Hunter Biden now has a job working at PBS. Not really. The name of the report has not been released, probably to save face. But the person did claim that Biden had “more foreign policy experience than any President who has ever held this office.” I don’t know if I should laugh or cry. Even a short trip down memory lane would prove that to be a bogus line.
Dwight Eisenhower served as Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during WWII. He then went on to be NATO Supreme Commander. Biden doesn’t come close to those kinds of accomplishments. One online user pointed out that John Quincy Adams served as his father’s secretary in France and the Netherlands, when he was just 11 years old. George H.W. Bush fought in WWII, was head of the CIA, ambassador to the UN, and ambassador to China—before becoming vice president and president.
We can go on, but I think you get the picture. In fact, Biden just might have the worst foreign policy track record of any president in our history. Robert Gates, who served as Obama’s defense secretary once said that Joe “he has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.”
Ouch. Maybe this reporter needs to get a new job?
Author: Kit Fargo