Joe Biden and these clowns truly deserve each other. Can they keep him?
As our readers already know, Joe Biden has taken his trip to the Middle East. He’s managed to do all the things we’ve come to expect of him.
That is to say, he’s managed to make such a cluster***k of himself that his counterparts abroad see him as — how did the Saudis say it? — ‘a much diminished President’.
Here’s the actual quote in its proper context.
“President Biden, in my view, he’s coming as a much diminished president than when he was first elected,” Prince Turki, who also previously served as the kingdom’s ambassador to the U.S., told CNBC on Friday.
“As an example, on energy issues, he came in with a policy to stop completely fossil fuel usage not only in the United States, but worldwide, and now he is finding himself having to rely on fossil fuels as a means of meeting the energy shortage that has come about, not only because of the Ukraine war, but also because of U.S. policy itself that shut down pipelines and stopped issuing of, you know, discovery of oil on U.S. soil,” he added. —MSN
For a guy who was hyper-critical of Trump’s presidency and role on the world stage, this is a humiliation. Prince Turki came as close as one could to directly calling a sitting President a lightweight and a laughingstock in diplomatic speak without actually crossing the line of propriety.
That context makes this amateur hour greeting of Biden’s entourage all the more hilariously sad.
No walk-out music is more fitting for the Biden Administration than the Palestinian Authority making your ears bleed with this PAINFUL rendition of the National Anthem…
This truly is the Veep Administration.🥴 pic.twitter.com/c1Y2UiVdss
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) July 15, 2022
We’re really not sure what that sound at the very beginning is. Kinda sounds like someone stepped on a rubber chicken, but that can’t be right… can it?
It’s hard to tell for certain whether this sorry display was because they didn’t have a clue how to play the US anthem, or it was played poorly as a deliberate snub.
Did they go to the same music school as Egypt’s band?
After this, you’ll have a lot more patience for that middle schooler learning the french horn than you had before now, because at least he’s better than these guys.
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