Biden And Harris Are Flopping Internationally, Not Just Locally

( )- During a presser, President Biden questioned the whereabouts of Republican Jackie Walorski, who had passed away weeks before.

“Jackie, are you here? Where’s Jackie? I didn’t think she was – she wasn’t going to be here,” Biden mumbled after he called her name.

Walorski and two assistants perished in an automobile accident in August.
According to reports, President Biden’s name was used in a message of sympathy released at the time by the White House.

The following day, vice president Kamala Harris had the role of playing the global village idiot.

Reports show the Vice President lost track of where we stood after touring the demilitarized zone separating North and South Korea. Harris stated at the presser that the United States and the Republic of North Korea share a vital alliance. A solid and long-lasting connection.

I’m sure she had Supreme Leader falling over, laughing at that one.

While Harris was visiting, North Korea conducted military tests, launching ballistic missiles four times during the week.

Meanwhile, reports show Putin claimed that Russia had occupied four Ukrainian districts and would use nuclear weapons to protect them.  He referred to America as the enemy and declared it to be possessed by Satanism in a speech that used history to make Russia the victim.

In the most foreboding passage, he warned that the United States is the only country in the world that has used nuclear weapons twice, destroying the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan. They also established a precedent.

Secretary of State Tony Blinken criticized Putin’s nuclear statement in response. He pretty much shrugged his shoulders and said we’re watching Russia, but they’re not signaling that they’ll use nukes.

Our enemies saw Biden’s handling of Afghanistan, and they probably don’t think he can direct a defense, an offense, or even a screenplay.

Reports show China supports Putin with fuel purchases, harassing Japan and threatening Taiwan in what appears to be practice invasions.

Biden’s response has been peculiar because he promised that America would send troops to Taiwan to defend it.

Biden has stated that the United States would play a combat role four times.
And each time, advisers have retracted his statements.  Our position is that we will continue to supply Taiwan with military hardware so that it can defend itself.

Strategic uncertainty is one thing, but complete uncertainty about whether or not the commander-in-chief is still in power over his country and his brain is quite another.