Joe Biden has never been apt at delivering off-the-cuff lines that make any sense except to his handlers, who are forced to translate and clarify his statements the next day.
As a result, the cognitively deficient president typically sticks to a tight script when appearing in public, limiting the amount of face time he gives to Americans without a highly-prepared statement.
His gaffes are endless, his stammering is hilarious, but his ability and willingness to jeopardize national security with merely one nonsensical utterance to a reporter is reckless.
Biden touched down in South Korea this week for the president’s annual visit to Asia where he will ostensibly seek to strengthen economic ties in the region to combat China’s growing influence.
His cognitive decline was on full display when he mispronounced the South Korean President’s name. He also repeated an elitist command to Americans when he urged all of us to get electric vehicles if we want to bypass extreme gas prices.
Yeah, because buying an $80,000 electric vehicle that you won’t even receive until 2024 seems like a brilliant plan.
However, his message to North Korean dictator Kim Jung-Un was perhaps the most perplexing, leaving all bystanders questioning how this man made it to the White House.
"Do you have a message for Kim Jong-un while you're here?"
BIDEN: "Hello, period." pic.twitter.com/ZHC6nezIYQ
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 22, 2022
For context, North Korea recently released a promotional video for a new ballistic missile system. The isolated, communist nation has also started live-fire testing again. This presents a major issue for the United States as it signals North Korea’s willingness to compromise the diplomatic relations established under the Trump administration.
Lest we forget, Donald Trump was the first and only U.S. President to step foot on North Korean soil — a major gesture of good faith and historic diplomatic breakthrough.
Since then, North Korea simply hasn’t been relevant as the world deals with the brutal realities of a fake pandemic. But now they’re more willing than ever to test the diplomatic ties with America as the hawkish Biden administration commits military blunders across the globe.
Never before has the U.S. appeared so weak militaristically, so it comes as no surprise that our enemies have begun circling like vultures.
Author: Monica Hedren