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(06-13-2021 03:27 PM)CrimsonPhantom Wrote:  G7 Issues Preposterous Statement on Investigating Origins of Wuhan Virus


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So we are giving China $2bil to transition away from coal. Hunters gig is paying off....
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Obama was incompetent but he wasn’t an embarrassment. Not like this. Carter was also incompetent. Not as incompetent as obama but almost. But wasn’t an embarrassment like this either.

Biden is truly a joke.
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I will say that his comments above about his meeting with Putin were actually good. Imo, that was his best couple of minutes he’s had as President.
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(06-11-2021 01:57 PM)bullet Wrote:  This would still have to pass the senate.
Dems have already shown how to get around that

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(06-13-2021 08:42 PM)450bench Wrote:  I will say that his comments above about his meeting with Putin were actually good. Imo, that was his best couple of minutes he’s had as President.

As usual he talks out of both sides of his mouth. He’s found that Putin interfered with the elections and he harbors hackers so Biden* says he is going to have words with him in private so he doesn’t embarrass him. And what is his response to Putin’s perceived bad behavior? To lift sanctions so Putin can build his pipeline of course.
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(06-13-2021 08:42 PM)450bench Wrote:  I will say that his comments above about his meeting with Putin were actually good. Imo, that was his best couple of minutes he’s had as President.

I noticed that also. it was almost as if he was able to hold together a coherent thought long enough to fully articulate it.
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(06-13-2021 08:36 PM)450bench Wrote:  Obama was incompetent but he wasn’t an embarrassment. Not like this. Carter was also incompetent. Not as incompetent as obama but almost. But wasn’t an embarrassment like this either.

Biden is truly a joke.

Biden is a true PUPPET. Obama and his former staff folks (Rice, Kerry, etc.) are writing the script for this BS. Heels Up Harris will also agree to be a puppet when the time comes to move Biden to the Alzheimer's unit.

It will be interesting to see if Putin chooses to humiliate Biden this week; it could be brutal.
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G-7 Summit Ends With Leaders Backing Biden-Supported Global Minimum Tax


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6 Takeaways From Biden’s G7 Speech: From Fulfilling A ‘$40 Trillion Need’ In Other Nations To Gaffes


Quote:Democrat President Joe Biden faced a fair amount of criticism in response to his speech on the final day of the G7 after he repeatedly talked about doing more for other nations and made embarrassing gaffes that had to be corrected by his staff.

Here are the six takeaways that stood out in Biden’s speech:

1. Biden’s “top priorities” were focusing on doing more for other countries while speaking in woke terms:

“Ending the pandemic and maintaining robust support for an equitable, inclusive global economic recovery were the top priorities of our nations as we got together. We know we can’t achieve one without the other; that is, we have to deal with the pandemic and — in order to be able to deal with economic recovery, which — as we’re doing in the States, but we committed that we’re going to do more for the rest of the world as well.”
“The fact is that we — the U.S. contribution is the foundation — the foundation to work out how we’re going to deal with the 100 nations that are poor and having trouble finding vaccines and having trouble dealing with reviving their economies if they were, in the first place, in good shape.”
2. Biden committed to helping fill a $40 trillion need to build infrastructure in other counties.

“We also made a momentous commitment at the G7 to help meet more than a $40 trillion need that exists for infrastructure in the developing world. I put forward an idea that was called — we named the ‘Build Back Better World Partnership,’ which is — we’re calling it the ‘B3W.'”
3. Biden attacked the use of fossil fuels.

“We also made a historic commitment to permanently eliminate the use of our public finance to support unabated coal projects around the world, and to end — and to end them by this year. The G7 agreed to that. And those who are not members, but visiting members who are participating in the G7, who have coal-fired facilities have also agreed that they would work in that direction as well.”
“So, transitioning the world to cleaner energy sources is urgent, it’s essential if we’re going to beat the climate. And there is — one of the things I — some of my colleagues said to me when I was there was, ‘Well, the United States is — their leadership recognizes there is global warming.’ And I know that sounds silly, but, you know, we had a President who last — who basically said it’s not a problem — global warming. It is the existential problem facing humanity, and it’s being treated that way. So we’re going to provide up to $2 billion to support developing company [sic] — countries as they transition away from unabated coal-fired power.”
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis slammed Biden, saying that Biden was “talking economically a lot about other countries” and about “reducing energy production worldwide.”

“I couldn’t help but think, here in the United States, he’s leaving a lot of people behind,” DeSantis said. “Look at all the workers he left behind by canceling the Keystone XL pipeline. Those were thousands and thousands of very good jobs. And then also think about family budgets, with the sharp increase in gas prices, and then the overall budding inflation that we are seeing that’s being fueled by his big-spending policies. So, I think that his performance probably played well with European elites. Not sure that there was much in it for Middle America.”

4. Biden insulted the words of the Declaration of Independence, saying they sounded “corny.”

We’re unique as a country. We’re built on — we’re unique in a sense that we’re not based on ethnicity or geography or religion; we’re one nation that said we organized on an idea: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men and women are created equal.” It sounds corny, but it’s real.
5. Biden said that he would be open to handing people inside the U.S. over to the Russian government.

Biden made the remarks with NBC News’s Peter Alexander:

ALEXANDER: But [Russian President Vladimir Putin] said — then, just to conclude — today, he said that Russia would be ready to hand over cyber criminals to the United States if the U.S. would do the same to Russia and an agreement came out of this meeting coming up. So, are you open to that kind of a trade with Vladimir Putin?

BIDEN: Yes, I’m open to — if there’s crimes committed against Russia that, in fact, are — and the people committing those crimes are being harbored in the United States — I’m committed to holding them accountable. And I’m — I heard that; I was told, as I was flying here, that he said that. I think that’s — that’s potentially a good sign and progress.

Biden’s staff later had to walk back his troubling comment, saying that the administration would not be engaging in “exchanging cybercriminals with Russia.”

6. Biden repeatedly made embarrassing gaffes in front on the world stage.

Biden repeatedly mixed up Syria and Libya.
Biden repeatedly called COVAX, an initiative aimed at supplying the world with vaccines, “COVID.” The White House made adjustments to the official transcript of Biden’s speech to reflect that he repeatedly got the name wrong.
Biden, at a separate G7 event, was laughed at by world leaders after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had to remind Biden of something that he just happened moments prior.

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Joe Biden's Tenuous Grip on Reality Put on Full Display for the World At NATO Summit Press Conference


Quote:On Monday Joe Biden attended a NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium, after which he conducted a 30-minute press conference.

My colleague Nick Arama has specifically examined Biden’s seeming inability to answer a question posed by CNN’s Jeff Zeleny about Biden having previously called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “killer” and how that might impact their talks in his upcoming summit meeting with Putin.

But the overall tenor of Biden’s press conference put on display for the European press and the entire world the obvious mental deficiencies that Joe Biden is suffering from. His condition — however it might be diagnosed — is not constant and continuous, but his press availability is so tightly controlled and scripted that when Biden does find himself in a difficult moment, his confusion and inability to articulate a coherent response are obvious to everyone.

Here is the YouTube video of the entire press conference. I have some comments with the corresponding timestamps below.





Biden begins the conference with 9 minutes of prepared remarks that he is clearly reading from teleprompters in front of him to his left and right. Nothing shocking about that, as prepared remarks are normal in this situation, and oftentimes a teleprompter issued for the optics of the situation.

Biden remarks touched on the following subjects:

COVID cases and deaths in the US, and the need for more people to get vaccinated. But the comments seemed a bit out of place given their emphasis on the United States given that Biden was speaking from Brussels at the end of the NATO Summit. Yet there was no reference made to efforts to combat COVID in Europe or elsewhere, or how excess vaccine doses in the US might make their way to European allies.

At 1:28, he made a comment that was either completely off-script or it was included to point out that Biden knew where he was and what time it was — one of which he still managed to get wrong:

Folks I know its after 9:30 Brussels time, 9:30 pm, and I’m still in NATO.”

NATO isn’t a place you can be “in.” It’s an organization, and it has its headquarters in Brussels. Biden is “in” Brussels, Belgium. At least he knew what time it was in Brussels, even if he wasn’t sure why that was important.

At 3:43, Biden said the following:

“Everyone in that room today understood the shared appreciation, quite frankly, that America is back.”

This was nothing more than an effort to trot out the tagline that the Biden Administration is trying to use in making changes to US foreign policy — “America is back.”

But what about the word-salad comment “Everyone in that room today understood the shared appreciation that America is back”?

The problem — as a couple more examples below show — is that Biden does not clearly understand the words as he reads them from the teleprompter. He knows what they are, but he can’t get them in order with the correct syntax because he’s not grasping the meaning as he reads. The line almost certainly read “Everyone in the room understood and shared in the appreciation that American is back.”

At 6:50, Biden turned to a new “Cyber Defense Policy” which he said was:

To improve the collective ability to defend against counter threats from state and non-state actors against our networks and our critical infrastructure

Again, he likely omitted only a single word in reading the text, but he did so without realizing the damage he did to the meaning of the sentence and then correcting himself. He should have included the word “and” between “against” and “counter” for the sentence to make sense. He just went on reading.

At 7:02 he states:

We adopted a climate security action plan… for reducing amissions from NATO installations and then adapting to the security risks of climate change while keeping a sharp, uh um a very sharp on our ability to deter and defend against threats.”

He clearly skipped over text here because no single word fixes the syntax of this sentence.

Finally, at the 8:15 mark, Biden seems to read what sounds like the final sentence of the prepared text as it provides a logical endpoint for his comments up to that point. While still clearly reading off the teleprompter, he said:

“That’s how we’ll prove that democracy and our alliance can still prevail against the challenges of our time, and deliver for the needs and the needs of our people.”

“For the needs and the needs of the people” is obviously flubbed reading.

But more significantly, at this point, Biden’s eyes dropped from the level of the teleprompter screens, and after only a momentary delay be began to speak again while not looking at the teleprompters — obviously off-text. He said:

“This is going to be looked at 25 years from now as whether or not we stepped up to the challenge cause there’s a lot a, a lot of autocracies that are counting on them being able to move more rapidly, succesfully in an ever complicated world than democracies can. And I’ll conclude that we’re going to prove them wrong.

And now I’m happy to take some questions.

The point he was making can be discerned from the text, but you need to watch the video to see the garbled way he got the words out. No one would have written anything in prepared remarks similar to the way Biden phrased his comments, and the video shows he was not looking at the teleprompter screens.

This is Joe Biden speaking off the cuff. This is the level at which the President of the United States can make his thoughts known — to the extent he even understands his own thoughts at the time he articulates them.

That particular point sounds like something that might have been said by someone at the NATO summit meeting — an expression of the idea that countries led by autocratic regimes are able to act with greater speed and dispatch to capitalize on unfolding events than are democracies which require more deliberative steps by elected officials.

I’ll try to return with a story later about the answers Biden gave to the questions posed by reporters — reporters who were very deliberately called on by him while reading off a list of names and their news outlets that he brought with him to the lectern.

I suspect the foreign press will not give him the same “pass” for the stage-managed aspects of this press conference that the US press has given for similar conduct over the past five months. That’s something to watch for in foreign reporting.

We are approaching the five-month mark of the Biden Administration. The G7 and NATO meetings have been on the calendar since the Inauguration. This was always going to be the test of Biden’s cognitive ability on the world stage and in front of the press.

He failed.

As a country, we need to begin to plan for what comes next because it won’t be Nov. 2024 before that happens.

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“Well, President Biden says — one time when you met, you were inches away from each other, close to each other,” reporter Keir Simmons said. “And he said to you, ‘I’m looking in your eyes, and I can’t see a soul.’ And you said, ‘We understand each other.’ Do you remember that exchange?”

“As far as soul, I’m not sure. One has to think about what soul is. But I do not remember this particular part of our conversations, to be honest with you. I do not remember,” Putin said, later adding, “And— as far as soul goes, that’s something for the church.”

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(06-13-2021 08:42 PM)450bench Wrote:  I will say that his comments above about his meeting with Putin were actually good. Imo, that was his best couple of minutes he’s had as President.

I completely disagree. He can't say stuff like that when just 5 days ago he rolled out the red carpet for Russia to build a new pipeline. (did the Big Guy get 10%?)

His statements are nothing short of hypocritical. He should stick with stuttering and stammering. The speaking part is not doing him any favors.
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