I’m not going to say the country is a dumpster fire right now……
All things considered, we are actually doing pretty good, and we are all blessed to live here. We certainly have our problems but we aren’t North Korea, Yemen, Lebanon, or Australia.
That being said, there are multiple crises now, on multiple fronts, and the people who are paid to be responsible for handling those crises are either making things worse, abandoning their duty, or have gone into hiding.
Rising inflation, social unrest, vaccine mandates, the disaster in Afghanistan, the destruction from hurricane Ida, and now a hostage crisis are just some of the issues that need tending to, so where are the people paid to tend to these issues?
Where are our ‘elected leaders’?
The absence of our supposed ‘President” right now might not even be so bad if he hadn’t talked up such a huge game while he was running for office.
Biden and Democrats got on TV pretty much every single night to talk about how they were going to fix the nation’s problems…….
They spent an arm and a leg trash talking President Trump pretty much all day every single day, and when they finally had enough fake ballots to defraud the election, they made their way up to the plate to bat…….
Then they soiled the bed in front of everybody.
That’s the real issue here, these people talked one of the biggest games we have ever heard, yet they overpromised and underdelivered in a MASSIVE way, and after ALL of that Biden has once again gone into hiding.
The 78 year old Biden made his way back to Delaware to hide out from the very issues he swore to solve—many he himself created, and now many are asking the $3.5 trillion question: where’s Biden?
Here’s what people are saying:
— Bibi Spielberg (@PrincessBibiRF_) September 5, 2021
@POTUS @thejointstaff Wake up Joe: You left a pregnant woman in Afghanistan. Get her out and until you do don't say another word re: Beau Biden. Stop hiding behind his service & stop checking your watch. Do us all a big favor: go away #AfghanistanCrisis https://t.co/G7Xn4tF9Ui
— electmcmillan (@electmcmillan) September 6, 2021
Biden hiding in the basement as Americans are held hostage sitting on planes in Afghanistan.
— Red Hat Pitbull 🇺🇸 2.0 (@RedHatPitbull2) September 6, 2021
Biden’s absence was noted by The New York Post:
President Biden is scheduled to spend at least part of Labor Day weekend at his home in Delaware despite the ongoing fallout from the chaotic evacuation of Afghanistan that has left dozens of American citizens and thousands of the US military’s Afghan allies in Taliban-controlled territory.
The White House says Biden will head to Wilmington after a full day of visiting Louisiana communities devastated by Hurricane Ida. Before he departs the executive mansion for New Orleans Friday morning, the president is scheduled to give remarks on the August jobs report.’
Joe Biden left Americans hostage in Afghanistan.
No speech, press release, or Biden family vacation in Delaware can change that.
— Mark Meadows (@MarkMeadows) September 2, 2021
Joe Biden will be spending his weekend on vacation in Delaware.
Roughly 100 Americans will be spending their weekend abandoned in Afghanistan.
— Mo Brooks – Endorsed By President Trump 🇺🇸 (@MoBrooks) September 3, 2021
Joe Biden is a career politician who’s only ever worked in D.C.
For the rest of us, we are responsible for the equipment we use at work. If we lose it, we pay for it.
Biden lost $85 billion in military equipment and then left for vacation. Congress must hold him accountable!
— Claudia Tenney (@claudiatenney) September 4, 2021
Republicans sharply criticized the move according to Fox News:
“American citizens are still stranded behind enemy lines in Afghanistan, and meanwhile Joe Biden is vacationing in Delaware,” Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said in a Saturday tweet.
Karine Jean-Pierre, White House deputy press secretary, told reporters during a Friday press gaggle that Biden was dealing with “different multiple crises.”
“But […] this is the role of the president, right? To make sure that we keep working. We have addressed multiple crises at the same time,” she said.