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Biden the Buffoon Is Most Wearisome
Happy, happy Friday, dear Kruiser Morning Briefing friends. I’m going to find out who stole bingo from the Catholics.
First, a programming note. I’m heading to Michigan today to see my family. This was a trip that was canceled due to COVID at the beginning of the plague last year. Yeah, we all thought we’d get around to it sooner. I’m going to take the first three days of next week off from the Briefing. As in the beginning of the month, VodkaPundit and Bryan Preston will guest host on Monday and Tuesday, while our editor Paula Bolyard will handle the hump day duties. I’ll be back here next Thursday morning. I will be doing some VIP content whilst enjoying the gorgeous Michigan March weather.
I haven’t packed to go anywhere in a year and I’m hoping it’s just like riding a bike. Also, I have a sick cat and they still aren’t serving booze in the main cabin on domestic flights, so this going to be a cranky day.
The topic at hand is that I’m really tired of the puppet show’s occupation of the White House. A lucid Joe Biden would have been a big enough nightmare as president. The people who are controlling the empty, babbling shell that resembles Joe Biden really seem to be intent on hastening the demise of the American experiment.
I’m a little sick of it.
We probably don’t have to look too far to find out who is pulling his strings. Yesterday, der Bidengaffer referred to his number two in command as “President Harris.” Just another slip of the tongue or is she sitting at his desk in the Oval Office every day while he’s on the floor trying to not choke on Legos? Maybe she’s got some kind of dominatrix cosplay thing going on with him and she threatens to punish him if he doesn’t call her President Harris.
The Drooler in Chief’s verbal slip-ups are not amusing and they shouldn’t be ignored. As I have written many times, Biden’s age-related foibles are fair game for ridicule because of his job. If he were a Walmart greeter who didn’t know the president’s name we could blow it off. It’s a bit disturbing when the president of the United States can’t remember who the president of the United States is. And it’s very embarrassing when the official White House transcript has to cover for him.
Biden’s babbling is problematic enough. Heaven forbid that we have to rely on quick thinking and verbal orders from a president who can’t even read a script without shoving all of the feet in the room into his mouth.
When Grandpa Gropes isn’t exacerbating the crisis at the border hour by hour, he’s giving buyers’ remorse to labor unions who supported his presidential run. The latest is the United Auto Workers union, which Matt wrote about over at Townhall.
Biden’s only real success thus far is with the COVID-19 vaccine distribution. He owes his predecessor a huge debt of gratitude for that. Team Biden has merely taken an established success that Trump handed them and overseen its natural progression.
Biden’s only real response to the pandemic has been to bark about masks like a seal doing a show at Sea World. Spoiler alert, he’s wrong about that too.
Can we really take four years of this? Or four minutes of a “President Harris” after that?
Nobody is going to wake us up from this nightmare anytime soon. The only real hope for America is if the Republicans can steamroll the 2022 midterms and start playing a little impeachmentpalooza of their own.
If that doesn’t happen, that burning toast smell is only going to get stronger.
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SMH every year when I see conservatives get excited about tax refunds too.
Americans Excitedly Anticipate Getting Paid With Their Own Money https://t.co/uxKVbtj8AX
— The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) March 18, 2021
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The cancel crowd started squawking about Toby Keith for a hot minute yesterday so I thought this was fitting.
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PJ Media Senior Columnist and Associate Editor Stephen Kruiser is the author of “Don’t Let the Hippies Shower” and “Straight Outta Feelings: Political Zen in the Age of Outrage,” both of which address serious subjects in a humorous way. Monday through Friday he edits PJ Media’s “Morning Briefing.” His columns appear twice a week.