What a disaster this past week has been for the Biden Administration. Biden’s trip to Europe turned out as expected to those of us who have watched him since taking over the White House. Now the world knows Biden’s out to lunch.
What could go wrong when the leader of the free world is senile and his Secretary of State has family ties to George Soros? Well, we saw what could go wrong last week. Everything.
The Biden gang is now spending all its time cleaning up for the many blunders Joe Biden made on his trip to Europe. Although the Mainstream Media won’t report it, Biden made numerous blunders on this trip. He said that “sanctions never deter” but this was in total contrast to what he has said before.
WATCH: Joe Biden SNAPS at reporter’s question about effectiveness of sanctions and deterrence on Putin
CBS’s @EenaRuffini: “Sir deterrence didn’t work”
Biden: “Let’s get something straight. I did not say sanctions would deter him. Sanctions never deter…“ pic.twitter.com/RRh6sf4uSt
— TV News Now (@TVNewsNow) March 24, 2022
Biden told Europe that sanctions “never deter” but this is not what his administration has said in the past.
Biden also said that US troops ‘were going into Ukraine and some were there already’.
Biden continued to embarrass the United States on his trip abroad with numerous misstatements that had to be cleaned up.
Dominic Lawson at the Daily Mail made these observations about Biden’s trip to Europe.
After Vladimir Putin sent the Russian army into Ukraine, there was a plethora of reports — some attributed to ‘U.S. intelligence’ — claiming that the occupant of the Kremlin had ‘gone mad’, or was ‘ill’.
Dismissing such speculation, I wrote here that Putin had not lost his marbles, and was the same gangster that he had always been: ‘As for being ill: does he look frail, doddery, or even confused? I don’t think so.’
Unfortunately, these are legitimate questions to be asked of President Joe Biden, the leader of the free world, during the most dangerous tension between East and West since the Cuban Missile Crisis 60 years ago.
Unlike his murderous opposite number in Moscow, the words ‘frail, doddery and confused’ really do apply to the resident of the White House.
If this were solely related to physical frailty in the 79-year-old Biden, it would not be much of an issue: the President who led the world’s greatest military power until almost the end of World War II, Franklin Roosevelt, was confined to a wheelchair.
The issue of failing mental acuity is a much more serious one.
It has, of course, been raised about Biden before — notably during his campaign for the Presidency in 2020. But he was effectively protected by his team from too many direct encounters with the Press, or indeed the public — a strategy which seemed much less questionable as the campaign took place during the coronavirus pandemic.
But in recent days and weeks, the evidence has mounted that Biden’s grip on policy, or even reality, is weakening. And on a matter of war and peace, the consequences can be lethal.
The most recent example came on Saturday, when the President gave a speech in Warsaw devoted to the war in Ukraine, and what should be the West’s response. The official text, as handed out in advance by the White House, was excellent. My compliments to the team who wrote it.
Right at the end, however, the President made the error of saying what was on his mind, and declared of Putin: ‘For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power.’ In other words, he called for regime change in Russia.
It’s been clear to us that Biden is in no shape to be President. Now the whole world knows.