America has become the butt of the joke now since Joe Biden was put in charge…if you can call it that.
We obviously know that he has handlers that are directing him on what to do and say while someone else is really running the show, but it doesn’t look like it’s Kamala.
It’s no secret that nobody respects Joe Biden and I mean nobody. Our enemies such as North Korea, China, and Iran definitely don’t respect him. Our allies don’t even respect him and in fact, they make fun of him.
It’s honestly hard not to poke fun at the old geezer when he is clearly living in a fantasy world of his own where the only thing that he believes to be true is the thoughts that he imagines up in his mind that are completely separated from reality.
Sky News in Australia has not been one to hide their feelings about Creepy Uncle Joe over the past six months. Time and time again they have laid into Joe Biden and honestly, they’ve just been calling it like they see it. It’s not as though they’re just creating some ad hominem arguments.
One of the anchors pointed out some of the things that people have said about Biden.
Comedian Chris Rock said, “The President and the First Lady are kind of like the mom and dad of the country. And when your dad says something, you listen.”
The host, Alan Jones pointed out, “As Kyle Smith has written in the New York Post, ‘Joe Biden is the grandad of the country. And when you listen to granddad says something you sometimes wonder whether it’s safe for him to be near a pair of scissors.’
He goes on, “This bloke, who looks like he’d have trouble using Google Maps, happens to be in charge of all the nukes. On the rare occasions when Biden’s staff let him out of the day room to be seen on camera, pre-selected members of the press ask him the gentlest conceivable questions and then wind up cringing as Biden gives one unnerving display after the other.”
Jones goes on to mention that this is the same man who said that he made it to the Senate 180 years ago and was Vice President for 10 years.
Then he delivers the death punch saying, “The free world is run by a bloke who most probably couldn’t find his way home after dark.”