President Biden ended another disastrous week in office by throwing a tantrum at the House Democratic Caucus issues conference in Philadelphia.
In his bizarre speech, one thing was clear: Joe was grumpy. Can you blame him? He wants to talk about happy things, man. Unfortunately, the more time Joe spends at the office, the fewer happy things there are to discuss. It’s funny how it works.
While there may be a dearth of good news, there’s plenty to blame Biden for.
“Make no mistake, inflation is largely Putin’s fault,” he read on the teleprompter. The president then brandished a “fact check” from The New York Times and an opinion piece in The Washington Post.
Both articles on the level explained why Joe is not responsible for current gas prices. I’m sure these outlets would have given former President Trump the same pass if he was still in office.
It must reassure Biden that his minions in the mainstream media, including CNN anchors and late-night comedians, have been pushing the latest “Putin price hike” narrative from the White House gasping for air.
However, no sycophantic coverage of talking heads seems to help. Fear not, though – Joe gets to the bottom of why we “ordinary people” don’t appreciate him as much as we should. In short, we understand nothing.
While bragging about the successes of the American Recovery Plan Act, Biden said, “And by the way, the American people who are just trying to stay above water don’t understand that. You tell them what the American Recovery Act was, and they look at you like, “What are you talking about?”
A lot of people watch Joe Biden and wonder what he’s talking about, but I’m not sure it has anything to do with the American Recovery Plan Act.
This is not the first time that President Biden has questioned our ability to grasp the full extent of his genius. In an interview on the “No Lie with Brian Tyler Cohen” podcast, Joe wondered why some Democrats might be less than happy with his party’s results so far.
“I think it’s hard for people to understand that we have the fastest growing economy in 40 years. Wages are actually up, not down. Unemployment is the lowest it’s ever been, you know, it’s just incredibly low, and it’s around the three point range.
No mention of inflation, but hey – why add another problem we should be trying to solve?
It’s not just Biden’s beauty or Putin’s price hike that we the people are unable to comprehend.
In November, Biden addressed the supply chain crisis during an interview with reporters.
He said, “What – like, like, if I had – if we all went out and had lunch together and I said, ‘Let’s ask who – who’s at the next table, no matter how – which restaurant we’re in – ask them to explain the supply chain to us. Do you think they would understand what we’re talking about? They are smart people. But the supply chain – “Well, why is everything backed up?”
We’re smart people, but not smart enough to keep up with Amtrak Joe.
Luckily for all of us big losers, the Biden administration has enlisted some of the brightest minds to help drill key propaganda into our dense brains: Bring in the TikTok stars!
The Washington Post reported that 30 of TikTok’s top stars participated in a Zoom call with Jen Psaki and National Security Council staffers. They received important information about the war in Ukraine.
Social media influencers are likely to prove to be excellent parrots for the administration. I bet the phrase “Putin’s price hike” will be trending on the popular app by Monday. However, if this new tactic fails for some reason, I have a plan B for the White House. President Biden should ask Hunter – the smartest man he knows – if he would be willing to take a break from his artwork and explain all these complicated issues to the nation.
Until then, I ask on behalf of the American people: President Biden, please spare us a little more patience as we try to figure out what a fabulous job you are doing. When we finally figure it out, I promise you’ll be the first to know.