Unfortunately, our Commander-in-Chief Joe Biden doesn’t say much, and when he does, it’s not always clear what he’s saying. Words are important, but deeds and the lack of them are even more important. When you look at what he said less than a month ago, his untimely break from being president, and any kind of promise to calm the country down, it’s not hard to figure out what he knew, when he knew it, and what was coming that is now here.
Kash Patel, who made the strongest case for or against America’s participation (or lack thereof) in this new conflict between Hamas and Israel, said that Biden’s decision to divert national security resources to radical left-wing causes made it possible for Hamas to attack:
The climate and gender/sexuality silliness has now gone full circle and will keep doing so. Even though Biden said something very different last month in Hanoi, he still had the nerve to say that climate change is a bigger threat than a nuclear war.
He must have been heard by our enemies, who then followed his stupid lead. For now, our friends are taking the heat.
Biden said that Climate Change is more frightening than a nuclear war.
With Biden's sudden silence on a major war underway, paired with redirecting resources away from it to perpetuate fake science, we should believe him.
Never underestimate a Dem's love of war.
— Political Signal (@PressPopulist) October 9, 2023