Kamala’s job performance aside, Joe Biden’s upcoming visit to Europe is what some might call ‘too little too late’.
The cognitively deficient president recently sent his second in command to Eastern Europe in an attempt to get a hold on the unfolding military conflict between Russia and Ukraine. As is her signature, Kamala Harris appeared absent-minded and out of touch with reality while visiting the hot zones for recent Ukrainian immigration.
It’s now up to Joe Biden (lord save us) to act as peacemaker since the Russian-backed military invasion continues to reign down on innocent civilians. Innocent Russian citizens are facing similar tragedy as their entire livelihoods are being destroyed by brutal and debilitating western sanctions.
On Tuesday, it was announced that Joe Biden will head to Brussels, Belgium next week for a European Union summit and an emergency NATO meeting as Putin’s military advances further west into Ukraine.
— US Mission to NATO (@USNATO) March 15, 2022
One day after reports surfaced of Biden’s potential European jaunt, EU officials confirmed Joe’s itinerary. His European visit is said to act as a show of support for key allies and partners as casualties on both sides of the conflict pile up. Russia is currently launching cruise missiles at a training base near Ukraine’s border with Poland. This is seen as the farthest western advancement of Putin’s military forces since the conflict began.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki remained mum this week when asked what the administration hoped to achieve from a trip and whether it would include stops in, for example, Poland to visit some of the millions of refugees who have fled the conflict.
But then again, Jen Psaki is mostly mum on the issues that matter to Americans.
Similar reports had circulated about plans for first lady Jill Biden to tour the region as her aides organized a phone call between her and her Polish counterpart, Agata Kornhauser-Duda.
Vice President Kamala Harris has visited Europe twice in the past month. Harris addressed the Munich Security Conference and held sideline meetings with embattled Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, as well as NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and the leaders of the Baltic states, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, in February. She then returned this weekend from another swing through Poland and Romania.
But we all know how that ended up.
Author: Nolan Sheridan