Global Humiliation! Biden’s Confusion Gets Televised Worldwide

On Monday, Joe Biden met with King Abdullah II of Jordan. It was a bad meeting, even for Joe Biden.

In the time that Biden had to wait to greet the King, Queen Rania Al Abdullah, and Crown Prince Hussein, the media asked him if the Israeli Prime Minister was following his advice. Biden’s answer was very haughty, which was funny considering how bad he has been at his job.

Biden lied when he said, “Everyone does.”

But when asked if he wanted the Special Counsel record of his interview to be made public, he wouldn’t say. So far, none of his lawyers have asked for the release. Instead, they’ve been crying about how the story describes the interview and saying it’s not true. That alone tells the story. If what the Biden team said about the talk was true, they would do everything they could to get it made public.

Then Biden made a short speech with King Abdullah. He talked to him informally and told him, “Barack was looking at you over in the corner.”

Are you sure that’s where Barack Obama was? In the corner, pulling the strings and keeping an eye on everyone?

That was a strange thing for Biden to say. I think he was talking about the picture of Obama in the corner. It was another warning that a lot of people on X think Biden is not in charge and that other people are.

While talking about Gaza, Biden left out a word or two, which made me confused.

Biden said, “Even an innocent life in Gaza is a tragedy.” It looked like he forgot to say “taken.” Not only that, but Hamas is to blame for everything. Even so, Biden said that Israel was going “over the top” at his “Yes, I am competent, I am, I am, I am” news conference. In yet another way, that showed how the far-left is trying to get him to change his mind about the war between Israel and Hamas.

Biden didn’t know where the Crown Prince was.

But it also sounded like he said the Queen’s name wrong. “Ra-nee-a” is how you say her name, Rania. He said it like this: “Ree-ah-na.” He may have been thinking of the singer Rihanna.

When he talked about “our military activity” in Rafah, which is in Gaza, this was very scary.

According to what I said before, the Israeli forces went to Rafah and freed two hostages. It’s dangerous for Biden to make mistakes like calling it “our” program, though, because people might think it’s true in other situations. The way things are going now is going to cause us a lot of trouble. Also, it was Benjamin Netanyahu’s government that saved the hostages, not Joe Biden. Before the escape, Biden was just criticizing Israel for being “over the top.” Again, it looks like Joe was wrong.

When King Abdullah took the stage to speak, Biden had a bad moment too. He looked lost behind him, trying to figure out where to stand. People say he is the boss of the free world, but here he is, lost and trying to find his mark. To make matters worse, he also loses his way with Abdullah. He had a scary look on his face. What a mess of mistakes! Who’s on first, what’s on second, and Biden didn’t hit the spot.

After the King spoke, Biden walked off and, as usual, didn’t answer any questions.

It was a mess, and it shows that he’s getting worse.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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