Biden delivered his long-anticipated State of the Union address last night, and it is safe to say that he raised more than a few eyebrows worldwide.
Perhaps none more than China’s Xi, who just successfully spent a week conducting surveillance over some of the most sensitive bases and nuclear silos across the nation with a rather obvious balloon.
A balloon larger than three bus sizes obvious, to be clear.
However, before getting to that point of Biden’s speech, it’s worth noting a series of other bizarre claims he made, including ranting and raving against “greedy” pharmaceutical companies.
These would be the same pharmaceutical companies that enjoyed all the benefits of the Democrats’ vaccine mandates, by the way.
Which is precisely why conservative commentator Candace Owens had a rather wry assessment of Biden’s alleged attach on Big Pharma.
“Joe Biden and the Democrats pretending to be anti-Big Pharma is a stunning and historic example of a government gaslighting its own citizens,” Owens remarked.
Ironically, Big Pharma could likely care less about Biden’s alleged “threats” against them when he simultaneously requires everyone to use their (unproven) products for purposes of preventing the common cold.
Especially when Biden also stressed the importance of “new vaccines” in the same address.
In addition to his alleged opposition to Big Pharma (temporarily in speech, anyway), Biden also proceeded to rant and rave about the January 6 attacks, which, according to Biden, led to the attack on Paul Pelosi.
“For the last few years, our democracy has been threatened, attacked, and put at risk, put to the test here, in this very room, on January 6,” Biden raged, “and then, just a few months ago, unhinged by the Big Lie, an assailant unleashed political violence in the home of the then-Speaker of this House of Representative.”
Right. It’s totally Trump’s fault that an illegal migrant nudist from Canada, the alleged attacker on Paul Pelosi, just happened to show up in the Pelosi household in his underwear.
Conveniently before the midterm elections as well, not to mention right before all the classified documents were found in Biden’s “office,” personal home, and so forth.
However, perhaps the most delusional element of the speech of all was Biden’s suddenly “Get Tough on China” approach, which isn’t exactly very tough.
“Before I came to office, the story was about how the People’s Republic of China was increasing its power and America was falling in the world. Not anymore. I’ve made clear with President Xi that we seek competition, not conflict,” Biden brayed.
Oh, he’s made it clear all right. Back when he got 10 percent as the “Big Guy” while Hunter made his alleged competition-stoking business deals.
“Today, we’re in the strongest position in decades to compete with China or anyone else in the world. But make no mistake: as we made clear last week, if China threatens our sovereignty, we will act to protect our country. And we did,” Biden boomed.
Right. Apparently, allowing China to collect sensitive information for more than a week, all of which was transmitted back to Beijing, is a move towards protecting the nation.
The question is … which nation? Especially when Biden reportedly wanted to hide the balloon’s presence first to not jeopardize Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s upcoming visit.
Which was cancelled anyway.
Biden also took his sweet time getting to China, rather than addressing China immediately in the aftermath of Balloongate.
“It took 58 minutes and three seconds for Joe Biden to talk about China, the country the poses the single biggest threat to the U.S. and just spent a week spying without consequences on our most sensitive military installations. Instead, Biden says this is a ‘competition,’” commentator Curtis Houck coolly observed.
Yeah. Maybe a competition between him and Hunter, but that’s a competition in which virtually all Americans will lose.
Most troublingly, Biden did keep repeating one phrase over and over again, as observed by journalist Jordan Schachtel.
“Biden keeps [saying] ‘let’s finish the job’ as one of the major themes of his speech. I think he’s referring to the continuing controlled demolition of America,” Schachtel commented.
He may also be referring to none other than Emperor Obama, who actually used that exact phrase in relation to Biden at the start of his presidency.
In a 2021 podcast, Obama made remarks that sounded rather similar to Biden’s during his 2023 address.
“I think that what we’re seeing now, is Joe and the administration are essentially finishing the job. And I think it’ll be an interesting test,” Obama bragged.
Interesting is one way of putting it …
Treasonous is another.
Author: Jane Jones