Biden Demonstrates He’s A Vegetable

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 04: U.S. President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden deliver remarks during the congressional picnic on the South Lawn of the White House on June 04, 2024 in Washington, DC. The annual bipartisan picnic brings together Biden Administration officials and members of Congress and their families to celebrate the unofficial start of summer. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)
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The president of the United States is a yam or a squash or some other sort of vegetable because he is no longer sentient.

I say this after some consideration and after reading a very long interview that he did with Time Magazine. He’s on the cover of Time — which is basically a defunct magazine at this point — gazing out stonily, standing over the Resolute desk staring into the camera in black and white, with a headline reading, “If He Wins.”

Time is doing its best to try and massage him through this campaign. In their piece behind the cover, they say, “In the time we spent with the President, he remembered long-ago encounters with historic figures ranging from Pope John Paul II to Henry Kissinger. He recalled the words of historian Jon Meacham, who told Biden after the President entered the Oval Office on Inauguration Day that the country had not been as divided since the days of Lincoln, nor the future of its democracy as challenged since those of FDR. The overall impression Biden left us with is one of a man in conversation with history, both the country’s and his own.”

But when you read the interview, what you come away with is a president who’s in conversation with the walls, perhaps with his gruel. This president is no longer with us.

That’s not just because he’s got all the wrong principles. It’s not just because he has effectively set America’s foreign policy on fire, while also lighting the jet fuel under the inflationary economy that Americans have been suffering through.

The transcript of the interview exposes that he is no longer with us. Time did not release the tape of the interview, likely because he stumbles over himself. He is verbally what he is physically, such as when he attempted to climb up a flight of stairs into Air Force One. This matters — because the rest of the world can see it.

We have been told by all of his allies that he is sharp as a tack, that he is razor-sharp, that this man is the most alert president we’ve ever had in meetings. We have been told that he is quizzing people fast, asking them about events, about times and places. According to his aides, he is so with it that they cannot keep up with this geriatric dotard.

That’s not the impression from this interview. He covers several different topics in this extraordinarily long interview, and he falls apart in nearly every answer.

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The interview begins with him discussing American foreign policy. He says, “We are, we are the world power. And what I inherited, as a consequence of the mistake that we made in Afghanistan is a — was not a loss in Afghanistan, excuse my cold.” He continues, saying, “I’ve always believed that there are two elements to American security, and the biggest element and, and our normative example, is our alliances, our alliances.”

“I’ve always believed that there are two elements to American security, and the biggest element and, and our normative example, is our alliances, our alliances,” he says. “We are — we have, compared to the rest of the world, we have put together the strongest alliance in the history of the world, number one. Number two, we’re in a situation where we are able to move in a way that recognizes how much the world has changed and still lead the world. And it’s our security. For example, the idea that if when Putin decided to go into Russia — I mean, he’s gonna go from Russia into Ukraine — the reason why I cleared the intelligence so we can release the information we knew that he was going to attack, was to let the world know we were still in charge.”

Now, if you can follow that as an answer, you win $100 because that is absolutely nonsensical. In the course of one paragraph, Biden falls all over himself. He suggests that we did not lose in Afghanistan. He suggests we put together “the strongest alliance in the history of the world,” the alliance to take on Russia in Ukraine.

But he says in the middle of this that Putin decided to go into Russia. Does this sound like a sentient president to you?

Then, he pats himself on the back for his activity in Ukraine, saying he put NATO back together: “I did it. I did it. And we’re now the strongest nation. We have the strongest alliance in all of America, all of history. In the meantime, what we keep skipping over is what the consequence of the success of Russia in Ukraine would be. That’s why I brought this along. You probably haven’t read it. Most people haven’t read it. He says this is part of reestablishing the Soviet Union. That’s what this is all about. It wasn’t just about taking part of— He wanted, he wanted to go back to the, to the days when there was NATO and there was that other outfit that Poland, everybody belonged to.”

“There was that other outfit that Poland, everybody belonged to.” Like a hockey team, or does he mean the Warsaw Pact? The fact that the President of the United States is old enough to actually remember the Warsaw Pact but cannot remember what it is called is not a good sign for his mentality going into an election where, if elected, he will finish his term at the age of 86.

When asked what peace looks like in Ukraine, he answers, saying, “Peace looks like making sure Russia never, never, never, never occupies Ukraine. That’s what peace looks like. And it doesn’t mean NATO, they are part of NATO, it means we have a relationship with them like we do with other countries, where we supply weapons so they can defend themselves in the future. But it is not, if you notice, I was the one when — and you guys did report it at Time — the one that I was saying that I am not prepared to support the NATOization of Ukraine.”

He’s not even speaking English.

Forget about the bad policy. Forget about the fact that he has slow-walked aid to Ukraine, that only in the last week or so has he decided if we are going to ally ourselves with Ukraine sufficient to push the Russians back to lead to some sort of negotiation, perhaps we might want to supply them the weaponry to hit bases in Russia that are being used to target Ukraine. That’s been happening in the last two weeks, after two years of war.

It’s not just that he’s wrong about everything. He is no longer with us.

Next, he gets to Israel. And on Israel, he’s totally discombobulated because the moral math is extremely clear. An American ally, a democracy, was attacked on October 7 by an actual, honest-to-God terror group who murdered 1,200 people and took 250 hostages, and are hiding behind civilians, stealing humanitarian aid, and killing anyone who might govern the Gaza Strip after they’re gone.

Joe Biden is having a supremely tough time with simply supplying Israel what they need to finish off Hamas, or even allowing Israel to finish off Hamas in the South so that they can turn north and push Hezbollah back. Hezbollah has gotten more aggressive; they have set a lot of northern Israel on fire. Over the course of the last 72 hours, Israel was able to put out those fires.

Israel is also under attack from the Houthis in Yemen. They’re under attack from bases in Iraq and Syria. They’re under direct attack from Iran. They’re under attack on seven different fronts, minimum.

But Biden believes the real threat is, of course, the Israeli government. 

The Time Magazine interviewer asks, “So in Israel, obviously, a difficult time there. What steps are you prepared to take against Israel now that Netanyahu appears to have crossed your red line in Rafah, Mr. President?”

The reality is that Israel did not cross Biden’s supposed red line in Rafah. And let’s be direct about this crossing of red lines of Joe Biden’s: It has no consequence. You’ll recall that Biden said there was a red line for Iran attacking Israel, and Iran did crossed it and not much happened. You’ll recall that Barack Obama once said there was a red line in Syria, and then Syria used chemical weapons. He did nothing. It turns out crossing Democratic red lines has no consequences. 

But Biden’s brains are scrambled eggs. He answers, “I’m not going to speak to that now because you’re going to report this before I make, before— I’m in the process of talking with the Israelis right now. So I’m not going to . . .”

Some back and forth then ensues, as Time attempts to have Biden clarify:

Time: What does that mean?

Biden: If I tell you, you’ll write it.  It’s not time for you to write it.

Time: What are the nature of your conversations with the Israelis right now? Have you spoken with Bibi?

Biden: I have not spoken with Bibi since— I have not spoken with Bibi since the attack on Sunday. Was it Sunday?

Time: Yep. Sunday.

Biden: I have not. My team has.

Time: But has he crossed your red line?

Biden: I’m not going to respond to that because I’m about to make a . . . anyway.

He finishes the sentence with the word “anyway.” You might think to yourself, that’s not a complete sentence. You would be right.

But don’t worry, there’s more.

Time asks, “Whose fault is it that the deal, the ceasefire for hostages has not been consummated? Is it Hamas or Israel or both?” And Biden correctly says, “Hamas. Hamas could end this tomorrow. Hamas could say” — and the transcript then says “unintelligible.”

The editor put “unintelligible” there. He put “unintelligible” in the transcript three times.

Biden mixes up Iraq and Iran, and later, he mixes up Russia and China. There’s an actual editor’s note saying, “Biden appeared to mean XI here, not Putin.”

Time asks, “You are 81 years old, and would be 86 by the time you left office. Large majorities of Americans, including in the Democratic Party, tell pollsters they think you are too old to lead. Could you really do this job as an 85-year-old man?”

And Biden answers, “I can do it better than anybody you know. You’re looking at me; I can take you, too.”

He threatens to fight the interviewer.

Again, let’s be clear about this. Biden could not successfully fight a day-old head of cabbage. Not only would it disrupt his digestive system, leading to more clean-up on aisle five from his night nurse, but he also could not physically fight an inanimate object.

He routinely loses to them, from teleprompters to staircases.

But he’s threatening to fight people.

Seems about right — for a yam.

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