It’s official: Joe Biden has made it to Saudi Arabia in one piece.
Biden’s mental state in Israel was questionable at best; no one knew if his aging body could survive more international travel. We saw the “president” completely stroke out as he toured Israel, met with leaders, and give speeches.
But we can all breathe a sigh of relief.
The cognitively deficient president has since touched down in Saudi Arabia and apparently convinced the Prince to follow along with the ‘no handshake’ rule.
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) July 15, 2022
This marks the most desperate attempt by any politician to mitigate potential losses in an election as Joe Biden travels more than 7,000 to beg an adversarial nation for oil while America is fully capable of producing its own energy.
Trump’s brilliance was his ability to harness American energy and use it to our advantage.
Unleashing America’s energy was immensely beneficial not only to Trump’s administration but to the average citizen as well. We all benefitted from low gas prices, a booming economy, and peaceful relations with foreign countries — all of which were immediately dismantled the minute Biden stepped into the Oval Office.
Now, as Biden backtracks from another campaign promise, he revealed that the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi will not be on the table during discussions with Saudi officials, including Crown Prince Mohammad.
At a press conference on Thursday, Biden said he would not commit to raising the murder of former Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi during his meetings in Saudi Arabia.
Biden vowed during his 2020 campaign to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for various human rights violations, specifically the murder of Khashoggi. It’s widely known that Prince Mohammad was directly responsible for the murder.
Despite his backtrack, Biden still claimed to speak out for “human rights” during a press conference.
Pres. Biden would not commit to whether he would bring up Jamal Khashoggi when he meets with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman: "My position on Khashoggi has been so clear, if anybody doesn't understand it…then they haven't been around for a while." https://t.co/ysTetYsUy7 pic.twitter.com/aodRtHcdTt
— ABC News (@ABC) July 14, 2022
Biden’s trip to Saudi Arabia has received some criticism from human rights activists, and he has been pressured to raise Khashoggi’s murder and has heard from the families of 9/11 terrorist attack victims about the Saudi government’s relationship with the planners of the attack.
But nothing can get between Biden’s willingness to abandon all morals and ethics to mitigate Democrat losses during November’s midterms.
Author: Asa McCue