Way to lead the free world, Biden.
As none other than Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, stunned the world by making an appearance in Kyiv, openly walking the streets with beleaguered Ukrainian Volodymyr Zelenskyy and finally showing the support that freedom-loving Ukrainians have craved.
The Defence of Ukraine pointedly observed the courage of Boris versus the cowardice of Biden.
“At a handshake distance. @BorisJohnson and @ZelenskyyUa walked through the center of Kyiv and talked to ordinary Kyivans. This is what democracy looks like. This is what courage looks like. This is what true friendship between peoples and between nations looks like,” the department remarked on Twitter.
Translation: The United Kingdom is doing more than the United States for freedom.
And people actually still question what the Democrats are really about? After all, they are little more than a branch of the Chinese Community Party these days, right down to demanding Americans by solar panels produced in genocide camps in Uighur, China.
Curiously, China tool Lebron James doesn’t feel as motivated to call out China’s human rights abuses, but he sure will go after cops doing more to protect all Americans than he ever will.
Boris’s appearance is especially welcome after Biden recently announced that “they” won’t let him go to Ukraine.
“Quite frankly, part of my disappointment is that I can’t see it firsthand, like I have in other places,” Biden brayed, “They will not let me, understandably; I guess it would cross the border – and take a look at what’s going on in Ukraine.”
Needless to say, THAT remark has put most of the (free) world on edge.
After all, who is this “they” that Biden speaks of? Hunter’s business associates?
Regardless of “they” may be, Joel B. Pollack at Breitbart neatly summarized the serious issues with Boris effectively supplanting Biden as the real leader of the free world.
“The symbolic importance of having a U.S. president visit the capital of Ukraine would have shown strength and resolve, and reinforced principles of freedom, liberty, and national sovereignty that the U.S. has historically defended … The fact that Johnson was willing to take the risk, and that Biden was not, suggests that the leadership of the free world has slipped from the White House,” Pollack writes.
The fact Biden was unwilling to take the risk also suggests several other things, especially given the rather shady dealings going on in Iran and Venezuela.
Perhaps Biden is doing many things for optics, like sanctioning Putin’s long estranged ex-wives, rather than things that will really end the war, like sanctioning his headmasters in Beijing.
If he isn’t too busy accidentally launching World War III that is, which Pollack sardonically observes.
“And Biden nearly launched World War III in any case with a throwaway remark at the end of his Warsaw speech indicating that he wished to see Russian President Vladimir Putin removed from power – a remark the White House had to walk back,” Pollack remarks in amusement.
At least a real trouncing may be in store in November, per Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
“[Biden’s] policies have not worked, beginning with the precipitous and ill-advised withdrawal from Afghanistan, which became kind of a metaphor for the incompetence that’s been on full display during this administration,” McConnell observed dryly, “none of the policies they have pursued have worked out well.”
You could say that again.
“The economy, the precipitous withdrawal from Afghanistan, the domestic energy issue we’ve already been discussing, crime, problems in public education – this administration has really got their hands full, and I think they’re headed toward a pretty good beating in the fall election,” McConnell added.
And an even better beating in 2024 …
Author: Jane Jones