Biden Rants Against Republicans, SCOTUS, as He Descends Into Delusion With Kimmel

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Joe Biden hasn’t done a press interview in 120 days. He appeared on the very liberal Jimmy Kimmel’s show Wednesday night, knowing that he wouldn’t get any tough questions and hoping it would be a softball interview to help his image with the public.


On a day including an assassination attempt against Justice Brett Kavanaugh and vile tweets directed at his family, you would think Biden might try to present a unifying, calming presence. No such luck. Biden didn’t even bring it up or condemn it, and Kimmel never asked about it. Indeed, Biden attacked the draft decision of the Supreme Court calling it “ridiculous.” He whipped up more anger against the Court and indicated that he would try to get around the decision.

“I don’t think the country will stand for it,” Biden said.

“It’s clear that if in fact the decision comes down the way it does and these states impose the limitations they’re talking about, it’s gonna cause a mini revolution and they’re going to vote a lot of these folks out of office.”

He said his administration is exploring the possibility of employing executive orders to protect abortion rights and said federal legislation is needed as well.

Biden pretended like he hasn’t been avoiding interviews. He laughed about it like it was funny. Kimmel chided Fox for supposedly being concerned that he might ask softball questions.


Then, of course, Kimmel asked softball questions.

Biden claimed the issue was just that they hadn’t been able to communicate all that he’s done. Then he didn’t convey anything and tried to blame the media for not covering his achievements, saying they have to get “clicks on nightly news” (which makes no sense).

The problem is if he had achieved anything people would know it, and he wouldn’t have to keep trying to convince people that he’d done something productive. Instead, everything he’s done has been a failure and that’s not something that goes over well with people.

One of the ways to have Americans immediately turn you off and think you’re loony is Biden’s continued insistence that the economy is just wonderful when Americans know how it’s crushing them.


Then there was this rant about “biracial” couples on television. Biden hasn’t been watching a lot of TV since the 1960s, claiming that there weren’t biracial couples in television ads. Then I’m not sure what the rest of the word salad meant, it looked like it was past his nap time at that point.

Kimmel asked him whether he could issue executive orders to get what they wanted on gun control, claiming, falsely, that Trump issued them “like Halloween candy.”

The president responded, “I have issued executive orders within the power of the presidency to be able to deal with everything having to do with guns, gun ownership… all of the things that are within my power.”

He went on to accuse Trump of abusing the constitution, saying he doesn’t want to “emulate” his predecessor.

“But what I don’t want to do, and I’m not being facetious, I don’t want to emulate Trump’s abuse of the constitution and constitutional authority,” Biden said.


That was quite the laugh, since Biden with his mandates has been far more authoritarian than President Donald Trump ever was. Plus he’s issued more executive orders already than did Trump.

The “great unifier” also attacked Republicans and threatened sending his opponents to jail.

“I also get asked, ‘look the Republicans don’t play it square, why do you play it square?’” Biden said. “Well guess what, if we do the same thing they do, our democracy would literally be in jeopardy and that is not a joke.”

He went on to say that the GOP party has undergone “a radical shift” since Trump was elected, moving “hard right” and its members often vote against what many call “common sense” gun control because they’re afraid of being voted out of office.

“This is not your father’s Republican party,” Biden said. “This is a MAGA party, a very different Republican party and you find people who are worried, I believe, that if they vote for rational gun policy, they’re gonna be primaried and they’re going to lose in a hard-right Republican primary.”


Kimmel did ask him if they control the White House and Congress, why haven’t they passed more things that Democrats want?

Biden responded with this jumble of an answer.

Did you figure out what he’s achieved in that answer? Talk about a communication issue. “Gradually move more rapidly?” Of course, he notes the high gas prices are an “opportunity” to push toward his climate change goals, again not caring about the harm that they are causing to Americans and the economy.

For some reason, for the second time at a Biden event, they were only allowing still shots at the Biden-Kimmel taping.


Why? Would video pick up things that they don’t want you to see?

I’m not sure what they thought this interview would achieve. If it was supposed to show his great prowess, it failed. If it was supposed to show him as a unifier, that didn’t make it. If it was supposed to show what he achieved, the ship sank big time.


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