You know things have gone seriously south when even CNN starts engaging in a little CYA.
And that CYA can be directly related to the network’s utterly shameless promotion of Biden 2020, in spite of the blatantly obvious cognitive issues and other problems that could lead the United States down a seriously dangerous path.
Needless to say, that path was officially entered on Day 1 of Biden’s bunging presidency, with seventeen woke executive orders to boot.
Not to mention the clown show of Kamala Harris and tone deaf Pete Buttigieg, both of whom shamelessly use private jets and massive Escalade-type pretentious vehicles, all while urging increasingly broke Americans to go buy $50,000 electric cars in response to global conflict that the swamp has clearly been promoting for quite some time.
So, given that Biden’s approval ratings may well fall below 30 percent in the coming weeks, followed by Ms. Harris’s, it is little surprise that the slightly more adept CNN commentators are starting to acknowledge the realities of the United States under the Biden administration.
Fareed Zakaria, well known for his liberalism, has effectively admitted that the nation has not exactly served as the embodiment of strength as of late, and he does not even need to mention Biden’s name to demonstrate that.
“One of the defining features of the new era is that it is post-American. By that I mean that the Pax Americana of the past three decades is over,” Zakaria began.
The implicit references to Biden are even clearer when Zakaria details another recent humiliation for the nation under Biden, namely when some Middle Eastern allies declined to take Biden’s recent phone call.
“You can see the signs everywhere,” Zakaria continued, “consider that according to The Wall Street Journal the leaders of the UAE and Saudi Arabia, two countries that have depended on Washington for their security for decades, refuse to even take phone calls from the American president.”
Yes, that’s right: A nation that warmly received Trump (Saudi Arabia) and a nation that brokered a peace deal via Trump (United Arab Emirates) won’t even bother to take phone calls from the current administration.
Yet the American public is supposed to believe that someone like Putin actually fears Biden.
It’s even more laughable when the media infers that Putin fears Biden’s terrifically incompetent vice president, Kamala Harris who recently made headlines for roaring with laughter over Ukrainian refugees’ desperate plight, prompting widespread outcry.
Speaking of Putin, Biden is facing a fresh roasting in the international press after his perpetually bungling administration has failed to elicit any form of a united response with traditional American allies.
On the contrary, allies are effectively continuing to do business as usual with Putin, thereby obviating Biden’s so-called “strong” response to a complete despot who doesn’t need a teleprompter to terrify the world.
“Consider as well that Israel initially in the Security Council vote and India have refused to describe Putin’s actions as an invasion and that all four countries have made it clear they will continue to do business with Russia,” Zakaria remarked in disbelief.
Consider as well that Biden made a complete mockery of the United States during his astonishingly terrible invasion of Afghanistan, with leaving a free $90B in American military hardware, including Black Hawk helicopters, to the Taliban.
No doubt the Chinese or Russians have gotten their hands on that, all in order to reverse engineer the technology and modify it for their own nefarious purposes, which Trump recently warned about.
Speaking of Trump, if only he were in office now, as the current humanitarian crisis would not be playing out as it is in Eastern Ukraine.
For that matter, gasoline would also be around $2 per gallon, rather than $4+ per gallon and counting … and that’s just the start of Bidenomics, much to the dismay of Americans that actually work for a living.
Author: Ofelia Thornton