Media predictably fell for bogus Biden ‘normalcy’ narrative
Pre-election, Joe Biden’s entire appeal was how stunningly “normal” he would be in comparison to Donald Trump.
A Los Angeles Times column: “Joe Biden’s campaign pitch: Make America Normal Again.”
Vox: “Joe Biden’s promise: A return to normalcy.”
Chicago Sun Times: “Vote Biden, and make the presidency boring again.”
Like the recently debunked Russian bounty hoax, the press happily ran with this bogus “normal” narrative. But it should have been clear to everyone that nothing about Joe Biden’s long career in politics suggested he would be ushering in anything other than chaos.
When Joe wasn’t smelling hair or rubbing shoulders, he was usually plagiarizing speeches or losing presidential elections.
Even his former boss Barack Obama, who waited until Joe was the last man standing in the primaries to actually endorse him, once allegedly said, “Don’t underestimate Joe’s ability to f— things up.”
To make matters worse, now that Joe is the leader of the free world, his incompetence is on full display.
Just ask Vladimir Putin, or as Joe calls him — well, I’ll let the commander-in-chief tell you himself.
“I also made clear to President Clutin that the United — Putin — that the United States is unwavering in our support of our allies and partners in Europe.”
Putin and Biden have had an increasingly tense relationship since Joe reiterated to George Stephanopoulos that he once told the Russian president, “I don’t think you have a soul.”
Putin immediately challenged the president to a debate, which he quickly rejected.
Rest assured, Biden would have showed Clutin who’s boss.
Speaking of foreign leaders — because President Biden was feeling “under the weather” on Friday, Vice President Kamala Harris greeted Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga when he arrived on the White House campus.
Some conservative critics, as they say, pounced and seized on this. After all, it is extremely abnormal for the vice president, and not the president, to be greeting a head of state.
Luckily Joe Biden is a true master of damage control. Later that day, President Totally-Not-Insane-At-All delivered a speech in the Rose Garden. After discussing climate change and other issues he said, “you’ve got a Japanese boy coming over here, and guess what? He won the Masters.”
I wonder if the president’s prepared remarks included the words “Japanese boy” or if that was an ad-lib. Either way, I hope the bizarre congratulations have made their way to Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama by now.
The president’s nutty behavior is contagious.
On March 24, CNN reported that Biden was, “tasking Vice President Kamala Harris with overseeing efforts with Central American countries to stem the flow of migrants to the U.S. southern border, the first major issue Biden has assigned directly to his No. 2.”
Since then, the VP has not visited the border once, nor has she held a single press conference on the issue.
However, she did find the time to enjoy a slice of German chocolate cake while visiting a bakery in Chicago and also stopped by a yarn store in Alexandria, Va.
The Washington Post wrote with glee, “The new vice president is a crocheter.”
Wow. She snacks on sweets and she crotchets … how incredibly relatable!
As each day goes by, the “Biden-Harris administration” seems to get increasingly more strange and topsy-turvy.
But look on the bright side — there are dogs in the White House again. Well, actually, I’m not sure if Major and Champ are in the White House or back in Delaware.
I’d ask the German shepherds’ trainer Mark Tobin, but, according to The Washington Post, he signed a nondisclosure agreement after Major’s second biting incident. Nothing says “business as usual” like NDAs for the dog trainer.
Just remember, the Democrats who voted for Joe Biden don’t care how crazy things get over at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
They might have gushed over Joe’s ice cream obsession and Kamala’s Converses, but the left was never interested in “normal.” Their only goal was to get rid of Orange Man and they would have paid any price to do it.
Now, as Joe Biden plays Mario Kart and Kamala Harris eats cake, the country spins out of control.
Nero and his fiddle look better in comparison.