Bungling Biden Begs Americans For Post-Caucus Cash

It’s rather clear that the White House is having trouble accepting Trump’s historic victory in the Iowa caucuses, especially as it’s done everything in its power to weaponize every possible justice agency against Trump.

A move that has proven to be an epic failure, considering that Trump began soaring in the polls following the swamp’s pitiably obvious hit job.

“Looks like Donald Trump just won Iowa,” Biden mused on Twitter.

Indeed, he did. Though one has to be amused by Biden’s choice of words.

After all, the phrase “looks like” seems to imply that the reported facts do not align with reality, as if Trump had somehow pulled Democrat-like shenanigans in the Iowa caucuses.

Here’s a major hint for Democrats: It “looks like” an actual platform will turn out the vote, and Trump has already proven that he can run the nation a tad more soundly than the Biden regime.

“He’s the clear front runner on the other side at this point,” Biden continued.

Way to go, Captain Obvious.

Trump has been the forerunner for several months now, though Biden was clearly unwilling to accept reality.

And, of course, Biden took Trump’s victory and basically turned it into Civil War II fodder, which is entirely absurd.

“But here’s the thing: this election was always going to be you and me vs. extreme MAGA Republicans. It was true yesterday and it’ll be true tomorrow,” Biden boomed.

Actually, here’s the thing, Mr. “President”: The election is going to be about a future for America versus no future for America.

Here’s what a future for America looks like: a secure border, a booming economy, a low crime rate, a respect for religious freedom, and a reduction in global warmongering. In other words, everything Trump previously achieved.

Here’s what no future for America looks like: an insecure border, a declining economy, a high crime rate, no respect for religious freedom, and a massive increase in global warmongering. In other words, everything Biden is currently achieving.

And some Americans actually still struggle in deciding on who to vote for?

Hilariously, Biden concluded his divisive post by begging Americans for cash, almost willing them to invest in the complete destruction of their nation.

“So if you’re with us, chip in now: http://joe.link/Donate,” Biden brayed.

Needless to say, the donation website is every bit as ridiculous as Biden’s post.

“Donate to the Biden-Harris campaign today to help push back against MAGA extremism: When you pitch in, you help us show that we can and will defeat MAGA Republicans in 2024,” the website boomed.

Yeah. Sure. Says one of the most fiscally irresponsible presidents ever.

“By submitting your contribution, you agree that the first $3,300 of a contribution will be designated for the 2024 primary election, and any additional amount up to $3,300 will be designated for the 2024 general election,” the donation webpage continued.

Who in their right mind would donate up to $3,300 (or more?!) to the Biden regime?

Seems to be a pretty terrible investment relative to the current state of affairs, though the upside is fewer donors are available to shell out $3,300 in the first place, courtesy of Bidenomics.

Perhaps most hilariously of all, the website claims that Biden can’t accept any money from “foreign nationals,” which everyone now knows to be a lie.

“The campaign does not accept contributions from corporations or their PACs, unions, federal government contractors, national banks, those registered as federal lobbyists or under the Foreign Agents Registration Act, SEC-named executives of fossil fuel companies (i.e., companies whose primary business is the extraction, processing, distribution or sale of oil, gas or coal); or foreign nationals,” the website pompously declared.

Gotta love how the website offers far more explanation for the “executives of fossil fuel companies,” chiefly by asserting any individual associated with “companies whose primary business is the extraction, processing, distribution or sale of oil, gas or coal.”

In contrast, “foreign nationals” is just tacked on at the end, almost as an afterthought.

That said, the afterthought is most decidedly quite deceptive.

Biden claims he can’t take money from foreign nationals?

Multiple years’ worth of shady bank transactions, to the tune of multiple millions, suggest otherwise.

In fact, a JP Morgan representative recently suggested Biden may withdraw from the race due to “health” reasons.

Curiously, JP Morgan was one of the financial institutions that flagged myriad Biden transactions, and it’s rather interesting that institution has strongly implied that Biden should drop out.

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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