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Biden Is A Dead Parrot

Posted in uncategorized with tags , on November 6, 2021 by andelino

If you ask anyone to name a famous comedy skit, chances are they’ll say Monty Python’s “Dead Parrot.” A guy buys a parrot in a pet store then finds out it is dead. He goes back to complain, but the owner insists the bird is alive. It’s not dead. It is resting. He protests, as John Cleese repeatedly bangs the dead parrot on the counter then drops it lifelessly to the floor.

Well, this was the week it became clear that the Biden presidency is in fact, dead. It’s not resting. It is not in some temporary slump. Just like the parrot in that “Monty Python” skit, it is a presidency that is no more, that has ceased to be, it has expired and gone to meet its maker. This is an ex-presidency.

On Thursday, they wheeled Biden out yet again to trundle up to Capitol Hill and beg his party to pass his infrastructure bill. They refused or to be precise, the progressives refused, the far-left refused.

In the words of that famous New York “Daily News” headline about President Ford refusing to bail out New York, they told Biden drop dead, and that was the moment the Biden presidency died.

The three central miserable dynamics of this appalling man, Biden, were all on display. First of all, why did he delay his trip to Europe? To beg for the infrastructure bill on Thursday. There was no actual deadline, no real world justification. It was all about Biden’s ego. He wanted to show off to the other politicians at the ludicrous Climate Summit in Glasgow, he didn’t want to be embarrassed or humiliated.

But in the end, he was humiliated by his own party and it was all totally unnecessary, driven not by the national interest, but Biden’s personal vanity. It was exactly the same with Afghanistan. He insisted on a reckless deadline, just so he could make some sick speech on the anniversary of 9/11. The cost of that wasn’t just humiliation, but the lives of hundreds of Afghans and 13 American soldiers.

Biden could have passed his infrastructure bill by now if it wasn’t for his vanity, but no, his head was turned by a bunch of historians telling him he could be the new FDR or the new Lyndon Johnson, pass sweeping legislation, but FDR won with 57 percent of the popular vote. His party had a majority of 23 in the Senate, and 196 in the House.

Lyndon Johnson won with 61 percent, a majority of 36 in the Senate and 155 in the House. What’s Biden even thinking putting himself in that category? There was no Biden landslide. He barely got a majority of the popular vote, 51 percent.

Democrats have eight more seats in the House, no majority at all in the Senate. Yet Biden went along with a plan to link the two bills in one giant scheme to centralize power in the Federal government and bureaucracy — all because of his vanity. Biden is a complete narcissist. All he has ever wanted is to be President. The problem is, hardly anybody else agreed. That’s the second dynamic that was on display last week. Biden has zero authority.

In the primaries, fourth in Iowan, fifth in New Hampshire. Biden only survived because of Jim Clyburn in South Carolina. Biden didn’t persuade anyone. He didn’t inspire anyone. He just had to be not Bernie Sanders who the Democratic establishment was desperate to stop, so they all fell in line even though they knew how decrepit Biden was.

And in the General Election, Biden didn’t make an argument. He hid in the basement — no vision, just a vacuum. I’m not Bernie and I’m not Trump. Can anyone remember a single substantive thing Biden said? We’ve never seen such an empty presidential campaign. The entire thing was a big bunch of nothing from a small, shriveled nonentity.

He entered the Oval Office with zero authority, and now he has even less, as everyone can see how fully he is failing and how fast he is fading, physically and mentally.

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