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Good enough for government work

Q: How can you tell when Pedo Joe is saying something truly moronic? A: His lips are moving.

Old Joe Biden reminded us yet again in a video that surfaced Friday afternoon that he isn’t all there. While trying to appear confident and full of bravado, the senescent and dementia-ridden alleged president read off his teleprompter: “Let me start off with two words: made in America. Made in America.” The crowd, no doubt a hand-picked gaggle of Leftist true believers, dutifully applauded, working hard to suppress any thought that might cross to their minds as to the fact that those are three words, not two. The front man for the party of all right-thinking people says it’s two words? Then it’s two words, and that’s that. But the incident, which is just the latest in a long and ever-lengthening string of indications that the man who appears to be president of the United States lacks the cognitive abilities that ought to be a basic requirement for the job, raises the question yet again: why is Joe Biden still playing the role of the president?

Because Real Americans are asleep, best I can determine.

There is another odd aspect to Biden’s two-words affirmation of the statement “Made in America.” Since when has this globalist, socialist puppet ever been in favor of American manufacturing, or lifted a finger to help it? This is the man who, on his first day in office, killed the Keystone Pipeline. He also suspended new oil and gas leasing and drilling permits for federal land and water, and has been steadfast in his opposition to fracking. He took a nation that was energy independent when he took office and ended up going hat-in-hand to the Saudis to plead for them to lower oil prices so that his party would have even a chance in the midterm elections.

Old Joe Biden suddenly cares if something is made in America? What’s next? Is he going to put on a Make America Great Again hat? The cynicism of all this is astounding, because the last thing Joe Biden and the Democrats are going to do is ever govern like “MAGA Republicans.” They’ll sound all the right notes for the next few weeks, but as soon as the election is over, they’ll go right back to implementing their socialist internationalist program.

So here are two words for Joe Biden: You’re a liar. (That’s using Biden Math, not the real thing.) You don’t care if anything is “made in America,” and your craven attempt to fool the American people is yet another blot on your record, as if it weren’t already stained beyond belief with the fifty-year record of your dishonesty and corruption. Two more words, Joe, in real math: Resign. Now.

Two more, from the heart: Drop. Dead.


3 thoughts on “Good enough for government work

  1. Old Joe Biden suddenly cares if something is made in America?

    Oh, he cares, all right. And he’s agin it.

    Practically every culture and institution in the world is more amenable to graft, kickbacks, expediting fees, introduction fees, and all other forms of corruption, than are those in the US. “10% for the big guy” is hard to pull off when a whistleblower or the Project Veritas team can pop up at any time.

    1. Exactly. The amount of graft and corruption in the rest of the world is hard for people in this country to believe.

      I’ll provide some examples when I have more time.
      If I remember 🙂

      1. It is against the law for US companies to pay bribes even outside the USA. It is well known and understood that bribes get paid to the right people on any capital equipment sale. I know of a company in the middle east that had it’s machinery deliveries, purchased from a German company, escorted by several Mercedes Benz cars, and the cars didn’t return.

        It is a common practice for the owner of a company to have you provide a bill of sale for much greater than the actual sales price, the owner then borrows the money with a 20% down payment. The seller then deposits the over charged funds in a bank account in a 3rd world country, and the purchaser withdraws the money. He has now purchased machinery with zero down, and often actually makes money on the transaction. Any US company involved will have to find a legal way to make that work. They use the agent to make the payments by paying the agent inflated commission and the agent makes the bank deposit.

        How do US companies compete when they are not allowed to pay bribes? All companies have agents within each country/market. The agent knows the customer and is typically very chummy with them. The US companies pay the agent an inflated amount and the agent pays the bribes. The US company doesn’t know a bribe was paid but they know bribes are paid. It is the only way business is done in all 3rd world countries, and most of the EU.

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