Joe Biden is a coward and a snake — and he’s also desperate for oil from Saudi Arabia.
That combination of factors typically results in a U.S. President willing to abandon all previous campaign promises, not for the greater good of America, but to quell the unrest stemming from historic gas prices and skyrocketing inflation.
That’s right: The Biden administration is willing to travel over 7,000 miles to save their asses before midterms.
The ridiculousness compounds when you consider America’s capabilities in producing and refining its own oil, which we all benefitted from during the Trump years.
Unleashing America’s energy played a key role in President Trump’s success. Every benefit of America’s energy independence was quickly erased, however, when Joe Biden dismantled Trump’s energy policies.
Joe Biden is now willing to go back on his numerous condemnations of Saudi Arabia as he was campaigning for President.
At a press conference on Thursday, Biden said he would not commit to raising the murder of former Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi during his meetings in Saudi Arabia.
Biden vowed during his 2020 campaign to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for various human rights violations, specifically the murder of Khashoggi as orchestrated by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
But when a reporter asked the president during Thursday’s press conference in Israel if he would raise Khashoggi’s murder in person, Biden responded by claiming to have “never been quiet about talking about human rights.”
Pres. Biden would not commit to whether he would bring up Jamal Khashoggi when he meets with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman: "My position on Khashoggi has been so clear, if anybody doesn't understand it…then they haven't been around for a while." https://t.co/ysTetYsUy7 pic.twitter.com/aodRtHcdTt
— ABC News (@ABC) July 14, 2022
Biden’s trip to Saudi Arabia has received some criticism from human rights activists, and he has been pressured to raise Khashoggi’s murder and has heard from the families of 9/11 terrorist attack victims about the Saudi government’s relationship with the planners of the attack.
The president wrote in an op-ed ahead of his trip that the visit is aimed at “a new and more promising chapter of America’s engagement” in the Middle East.
The cognitively deficient president has since touched down in Saudi Arabia and apparently convinced the Prince to follow along with the ‘no handshake’ rule.
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) July 15, 2022
By not mentioning the journalist’s murder, Biden runs the risk of further alienating the far-left faction of his party — and he’s already on thin ice. Without their support, and the support of ultra-progressive voters, the chances of Biden’s reelection are slim to none.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth