In a move that should surprise no one, Joe Biden will not be attending the Tokyo Olympics as a representative of American leadership.
The Japanese outlet The Yomiuri Shimbun is reporting that Biden will skip the ceremonies even though it is typical of American leadership to attend such events. The Biden administration is instead looking to send First Lady Jill Biden in his stead.
This is also unsurprising, considering that Mrs.Biden has been confusingly “filling in” for Mr. Biden in many diplomatic instances. A social media post showing her “preparing” for the G7 Summit caused many to ask exactly why the unelected wife of the President would be preparing to do his job.
Redstate‘s “Bonchie” reported on the strange incident, giving his own opinion as to what was really going on there.
I’m not sure how it hasn’t dawned on me before, but I think I have the reason figured out behind this campaign to make Jill Biden seem so presidential – I think she’s going to run for president.
Really, just hear me out. We know that Jill Biden is nakedly ambitious at a level we haven’t seen since Hillary Clinton, whose presidential run we are all familiar with. She drug her husband through a deeply uncomfortable 2020 presidential campaign that he was clearly not physically and mentally up for. As president, things have only gotten worse for Joe Biden, yet Jill Biden’s ambition has hardly slowed down. Rather, she’s seemingly put herself ahead of Vice President Kamala Harris when it comes to assignments and publicity.
That leads me to the next aspect of this – Jill Biden hates Kamala Harris. Just a few weeks ago, it came out that the First Lady had dropped obscenities during the 2020 campaign to describe Harris’ behavior in trying to paint Jill Biden as a racist. Since then, you’ve hardly ever seen Jill Biden appear with Kamala Harris. And while Harris is given cleanup duty in Guatemala with the disaster at the border hung around her neck, Jill Biden remains unscathed, headed to the G7 to apparently play a major role. I
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