Given the catastrophe unfolding across Europe right now, one can only hope that a number of Americans are deeply regretting voting for Biden.
“Elections have consequences.”
Well, nowhere is that phrase clearer than where it is now, specifically in terms of Putin’s merciless onslaught on an innocent nation that dares to extol the same values that Trump does: freedom and liberty.
On top of that, Trump, unlike Biden, doesn’t play around, which is exactly why the former president places blame exactly where it belongs: on the Democrats.
“This is something that should have never happened; this would not have happened during my administration,” Trump declared, “In fact, some people are saying, ‘Why didn’t this take place over the last four years during our administration?’ And it didn’t for a very good reason, and I’ll explain that to you someday, but it wouldn’t have taken place, and it wouldn’t have taken place right now.”
For starters, Trump didn’t have children clearly on the hook with both Russia and China, as Biden clearly does now with his drug-loving son Hunter.
Secondly, Trump also would take far more aggressive action than Biden’s pitiable sanctions, which Mike Pompeo has shredded.
“[Sanctions] failed because sanctions are just one tool for executing effective diplomacy and establishing deterrence, yet the Biden administration has acted as if they are sufficient as a reactionary strategy,” Pompeo declared, “they are not; deterrence must be multifaceted – military force projection, American energy dominance, allied resolve, and clear, concise dialogue and expectations.”
And what does Biden do right after Putin invades?
“We’re going to impose more sanctions!”
Right. Because that’s really deterred Putin, who has just taken over Chernobyl, sparking fears of literal mass radiation across Europe and beyond.
Senator Lindsey Graham has also weighed in on the catastrophe, clearly noting that it would not have occurred under Trump’s watch.
“Now why didn’t this happen on Trump’s watch? I had breakfast with President Trump this morning, and he said he told Putin he wanted a good relationship. ‘But if you go into Ukraine, I can’t have a good relationship with you. And you don’t want to do that,’” Lindsey Graham remarked.
Too bad for Americans that the media was more concerned with treating Biden with kid gloves than protecting the nation from a truly frightening leader.
One who is paving the way, indirectly, for China to further suffocate the world, especially if goes after Taiwan.
“Taiwan is the largest manufacturer of semiconductor chips in the entire world, so our whole high end economy depends on chips,” Graham continued, pointing out the rather obvious motivation that China would have as far as Taiwan is concerned.
“Do you really want China to own the entire chip market?” Graham exclaimed.
Well, that depends.
After all, Hunter Biden may certainly want that, especially since he’s clearly still on the hook for something with these Chinese equity firms that he felt compelled to take a stake in.
Just like the shifty Ukrainian energy company he felt compelled to take part in, to the tune of $80,000 or more per month, for offering apparently nothing aside from access to the White House.
And we wonder why we’re suddenly in a war …
Assuming the nation makes it to midterms, Democrats need to be resoundingly voted out …
Author: Ofelia Thornton