I have finally figured out why Joe Biden pursues the policies that he does.
He wants the Republicans to win big time in the 2022 midterm elections.
Quite frankly, that is the only logical conclusion I can draw. He is doing everything exactly the opposite that he should be doing.
There could be one other reason. Maybe, Biden forgot he was a Democrat. I know if I were a Democrat, I’d want to forget it too.
Foreign leaders have been very critical of Biden and his administration and they do not trust him. He refused to confer with our allies before pulling out of Afghanistan.
Britain and France had to scramble to get their people out.
Both of those countries sent soldiers out into Kabul to rescue their citizens. Biden and his henchmen said that would be impossible for them to do.
Nigel Farage is a very outspoken critic of Biden’s. He says that Biden has done damage to our international reputation could not be greater and I agree. He says it is a disaster on every possible level.
Farage told Glenn Beck:
“You know, I’ve spent 40 years working for American companies and businesses, being allies, politically, with Donald Trump and many friends of the Republican Party. There’s nobody this side of the pond who is more pro-American, more pro-respectful relationship than I am. And it hurts me to say this, but for Biden to unconditionally withdraw from the military mission after 20 years, without any planning or any foresight as to how we get our nationals out in the case of a Taliban advance, and to do it without even consulting the British prime minister, and refusing to answer his phone call for almost 48 hours, sends a message to us. And the message is, we cannot trust America.”
“Despite being our closest partner for over 100 years, we cannot trust America with this man in charge. And it’s a sad realization, but it’s true. And I think it’s even further than the relationship with the UK and the USA. I think NATO, frankly, ceases to function. So the damage that Biden has done to America’s international reputation could not be greater.”