Joe Biden Takes A Vacation Amid Afghanistan Collapse

President Joe Biden could barely be found as the Taliban took over Afghanistan and thousands of Americans were trapped in the nation.

After leaving for Camp David the previous Friday, Biden only returned on Monday to provide a brief speech after not saying a word about Afghanistan for six days.

Following his speech, he walked off without answering a single question.

Biden returned to his Camp David vacation the same day.

He finally returned and “shortened” his trip to deal with matters related to Afghanistan, according to the White House. But even from the Oval Office, we see little evidence Biden is doing much of anything.

The presidential equivalent of “Where’s Waldo?” increasingly pervades the Biden administration’s policies. He’s invisible, reads only from a teleprompter when he is visible and can often barely read the words on the screen.

More than half of Americans surveyed now don’t even believe he’s fit to lead the country. It’s little surprise. It has been seven months and his biggest win seems to be his ice cream cone related interviews.

Now even mainstream media sources are beginning to push back. You can only hide for so long as president and Biden seems to be beyond that point. Check out the video for more on the latest.


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