We’ve reported repeatedly on the issues with Joe Biden’s confusion and incoherence based mainly on the videos we’ve seen and statements he’s made.
But beyond that, one would have to imagine there’s a lot going on that we’re not seeing because media isn’t hearing about it or isn’t reporting it. What must the folks behind the scenes, like the Democrats and Republicans who have to deal with Joe Biden, be seeing and saying about it?
The AP did pick up some comments from Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-NY) that show the stark reality that the lawmakers have to deal with when it comes to Joe Biden.
When New York Democratic Rep. Mondaire Jones was at the White House for the signing of the proclamation making Juneteenth a national holiday last week, he told President Joe Biden their party needed him more involved in passing voting legislation on the Hill.
In response? Biden “just sort of stared at me,” Jones said, describing an “awkward silence” that passed between the two.
That’s what happens when he doesn’t have the flashcards or the teleprompter to tell him what to say. He probably couldn’t respond until he had his staff tell him what to think. Did he even know who Jones was or understand the issue he was even raising? Of course, the claims about the voting bills are falsely hyped by Democrats claiming they’re about voter suppression when they’re not, so perhaps Joe finds it difficult to keep that in his head when it’s a false issue, to begin with.
It’s sad that this is the response that Jones gets. It’s also sad that people aren’t honest about what it all means and how dangerous and problematic that is for America that he’s in power now.
But right now, fortunately, it looks like the Democratic effort to grab power that the Constitution accorded to the states has for the moment been stopped as we previously reported. As Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) explained, it’s really the Democrats who are pushing an effort to disenfranchise Americans to keep themselves in power.
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