Biden Adds One More Line to His Ever-Changing Background Story in Poland

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Joe Biden is a magical human being. At least if you listen to his stories about himself.

Somehow he is all things to all people, depending upon who he is talking to at the time. If it’s truck drivers, he lies about when he drove an 18-wheeler. If his audience is black, he tells how involved he was in civil rights as a youngster, when he has debunked that himself. He tells them that he went to the black church (after attending Catholic mass). He’s been to Shul more than some Jews, according to Joe Biden. He’s even truly Puerto Rican because of one of the neighborhoods he lived in.


So when Biden goes overseas to represent the United States, you have to hold your breath, in concern, about what he might say. While he was in Ukraine meeting with Volodymyr Zelensky, Biden babbled that he “built a coalition of nations from the Atlantic to the Pacific. NATO. To the, in the Atlantic. Japan in the Pacific.” Then he weirdly grabbed a Ukrainian official’s bicep and complimented him on it, giving in to that obsession he seems to have with men’s biceps.

They also appear to have staged the air raid sirens that were blaring there during his photo op walk in Kyiv since reports indicated there were no explosions, no Russian missiles or strikes being reported at the time, and hadn’t been for five days according to a CNN reporter.

Now, Biden is in Poland, meeting with officials there to talk about Russia and the war in Ukraine.

“As a young man, I was born in a coal town of Scranton, Pennsylvania,” Biden said he told the Polish president. Being born as a young man is a neat trick — more signs of his magical nature. “Then, when coal died, we moved down to Delaware, to a town called Claymont, Delaware, which was a working-class town, but everyone in town was either Polish or Italian. I grew up feeling self-conscious my name didn’t end in an S-K-I or O,” Biden said. “All kidding aside.”


Was that before or after he was black, a Puerto Rican civil rights icon, and pulled out the chain for the fight against Corn Pop? A made-up story to pander for all occasions.

Democrats like to whine about Rep. George Santos (R-NY). Yeah, that’s bad, but he’s an inconsequential new guy who is never going to be given any real power, this is the alleged leader of the free world, and you can never trust anything he says as being based in reality. And he’s saying things that can impact all of us on the world stage. What must the Polish leaders think when he goes off like this? The faces of the Ukrainian officials, when he grabbed the guy’s bicep, were something else — they were trying hard to look away.


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