President Joe Biden has only made a small number of speeches since taking office – and for good reason. He has been a global embarrassment on numerous occasions, with his most recent one being in his speech in front of the UN.
China has made it abundantly clear that they are trying to take over as the world’s leading superpower, with Beijing being the biggest global threat facing Washington right now.
Michael Collins, the deputy assistant director of the CIA’s East Asia Mission Center, revealed that Beijing is employing tactics that fit the definition of a cold war, adding that their ultimate goal would be to have every country around the world side with China over the U.S. Collins warned that it sets up a competition far more significant and extreme than anything the Russians put forward.
Sen. Tom Cotton admits that a lot of the world sees Joe Biden and just laughs at the statements he makes. China has been clearly waging a war against Biden in recent remarks, but he would not name them in his statements of global cooperation in fighting COVID-19. He even seemed scared to say China’s name. Sen. Cotton was not the only person concerned over the president’s role in the U.N.
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Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said that Biden’s speech proves he is living in an alternate reality and that he has not revitalized America’s alliances like he’s claiming at the UN. Biden spoke of “lifting people up around the world,” a statement that hit people back home as they deal with the border crisis, inflation, and high unemployment.
Former U.N Ambassador Nikki Haley lashed out at the President’s speech and called out the Biden Administration for rejoining the U.N Human Rights Council. She reiterates in a tweet that they should never lend America’s credibility to a “sham made up of the worst human rights abusers” including China, Russia, Cuba, and Venezuela.
Not only are Americans and Afghan allies upset about the decisions President Joe Biden has made regarding the disastrous U.S Afghanistan withdrawal. Now, France, America’s oldest ally, has pulled diplomats from the U.S and Australia after Biden left the country out of an agreement with the United Kingdom over the AUKUS initiative. This initiative would provide nuclear submarines to Australia as China emerges as a “strategic threat.” France was left out of the deal and Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said he felt disrespected.
French officials even canceled a Friday gala to honor the 240th Anniversary of the Battle of the Capes at the French embassy in Washington D.C.
Fox News host Laura Ingraham described the president’s address to world leaders as one that was “bland” and carried a continued theme of “relentless surrender” to the rest of the world. She reminded viewers that of former President Donald Trump’s speeches and how he was unafraid to call out his allies and rivals.
Ingraham went on to say that the far-left politicians were using COVID to control people and that they threatened, punished, and isolated, everyone standing in their way of vaccine lobbying.
“It’s no wonder. Biden is a one-man wrecking ball of a president. Everything he touches, every initiative he undertakes blows up on the American people – The man who pledged to solve COVID has presided over approximately 234,000 COVID deaths — and that’s with the vaccines the Trump Administration handed him,” Ingraham said.
Biden continues to talk about uniting the people and bringing everyone around the world together while ignoring the crisis at the border and doing everything to take our economy and foreign affairs in the wrong direction. Not to mention, President Biden is continuing to push a tax plan that would raise the taxes on middle-class families.
Biden’s speech at the U.N only implies one thing – that he does not project the strength, confidence, or leadership to run the office. Talk about a red wave come 2022.
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