Way to go, “President” Biden.
Or is the real president Trump, as Biden himself referred to Trump as the “sitting president” in yet another public display of impressive word salad.
Regardless, if Biden is really interested in winning 2024, he might want to consider tamping down rising conflict outside and inside the United States.
Indeed, it appears that Biden is not only ineffectual at defeating terrorists with vastly less firepower overseas, but also at quelling the massive tension rising within his own party.
Notably with the loudest members of the Democrat Party … the same ones who support said terrorists.
While ghastly “representatives” such as Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib have nabbed most of the headlines for their absurd defense of Hamas and Hamas sympathizers, AOC appears to be joining in the game of raging against Biden with just eight months left until the presidential election.
As reported by the Daily Mail, AOC informed “Meet the Press” host Kristen Welker that Biden apparently hasn’t reached out to her for “help” on his 2024 campaign.
Rather scary, considering AOC has contributed nothing but hatred, division, and ignorance following her effective installment in Congress.
Now, she is spewing her irritation at Biden for apparently failing to realize what a great asset she supposedly is to an already fledgling campaign.
Kamala on the ticket is bad enough, and AOC as an advisor is just a joke.
Biden himself also isn’t doing the greatest job campaigning for himself, which is evident when he keeps repeating the same tired line that “democracy” will be lost if he doesn’t win.
Funny. Biden self-identifying as “democracy” is like Fauci self-identifying as “science.” Noting a rather obvious pattern …
Including the pattern of the ultra-progressives becoming quite irritated at Biden, as evidenced in AOC’s conversation with Welker.
“You know, you have said in the past it’s not just enough for Democrats to talk about what they are running against. You want the president to be talking about what he’s running for … Do you think, in this very moment, President Biden is doing a good enough job explaining to voters why they should vote for him and not just against Former President Trump?” Welker inquired.
Uh, clearly not, Ms. Welker. Talk about baiting the witness.
“I think we can certainly do more to be advancing our vision. And I believe that we have a strong vision that we can run on … But I do believe that advancing that affirmative vision is going to be very, very important as well as really laying out and showing, between now and November, through our governing decisions, our governing decisions, when we have that power in the White House, what we are willing to do with it,” AOC proclaimed.
“Affirmative vision,” huh? What is that exactly? Affirmative Action 2.0?
As that has worked out so well for Harvard and other allegedly elite schools.
“Has the Biden campaign reached out to you and said, ‘We want you to help reelect President Biden’? How do you see your role and the role of progressives in this reelection effort?” Welker queried.
“I see my role overall as really trying to expand the power of movements … We’ve been in contact with the Biden administration throughout my term and throughout his term, as well … I know that he has been in contact, you know, with many members of Congress. But, you know, I think what is most important is that (and in terms of my role) I think my role is in allegiance to people’s movements across this country,” AOC stumbled, making it rather evident that she is the one pitiably reaching out to Biden.
A one-way reach, from the looks of it, as AOC admitted the president has consulted her on exactly nothing.
Though Biden’s handlers may change their mind a few months from now.
Needless to say, multiple individuals were amused by AOC’s brazen self-promotion, as evidenced in their snarky remarks on the Daily Mail story.
“Yea, you would be a big help. Hilarious,” a top commenter drawled.
Indeed, it would be quite hilarious.
Almost as hilarious as watching Biden being ordered around by an Easter Bunny in public.
Author: Ofelia Thornton