Will Biden ever take responsibility for his actions instead of blaming others?

By Perly Viasmensky
What really amazes me is the fragile memory of Joe Biden. I understand that he has senile dementia, but normally those people with such a condition can remember something that happened years ago better than what happened in the past five minutes.
It is unbelievable that the man has already forgotten something he said just fifteen months ago. We all remember that sometime in June 2020, he had the audacity to tell the American people and everyone else, “It’s hard to believe this has to be said, but unlike this president (referring to Donald Trump), I’ll do my job and take responsibility, I won’t blame others. And I’ll never forget that the job isn’t about me, but it’s about you.”
Joe Biden has blamed President Donald Trump for everything: the Coronavirus, the Southern border crisis, the failed economy (that in just eight months of his presidency has gone down the drain), unemployment, and everything else that comes into his little head. Joe Biden has blamed President Trump and everyone else but himself for the catastrophic failure in Afghanistan that resulted in 13 dead young U.S. service members, to say nothing of all the Americans and allies left stranded behind enemy lines.
Every time Joe Biden opens his mouth he lies and blames everybody else. Biden even blamed the intelligence community for failing to
predict that the Afghan army and government would collapse so quickly.
Reuters News headquarters in the city of London, one of the largest news agencies in the world, wrote that it “upset members of the
intelligence community who exposed Biden for peddling a falsehood by leaking audio and a transcript of a July 23 phone call between Biden and now former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani where Biden begged Ghani to at least pretend the fight against Taliban was going well even as provincial capitals fell in rapid succession.”
“I’ll never forget that the job isn’t about me, but it’s about you,” Biden said in June, 2020. I don’t know if he was referring to us, the
American people he has betrayed, or the enemies of this country he so badly wants to please.
Even people in other countries are seeing what a failure the man is. I have friends in other countries and we communicate regularly by
telephone. They all say the same thing: “We thought the old man was going to be good, but we never thought that he was totally crazy.”
Those same people complain about economic problems in their countries and refuse to believe that our problems are probably worse — gas prices are reaching the ceiling and grocery shopping is depressing because every week prices are higher.
Last week I went with a friend (who coincidentally is a Democrat) to buy some office supplies and equipment at Office Depot and OfficeMax.
Every time we chose the equipment we wanted, the salesperson told us they have no inventory for the particular item they have on display.
Under those circumstances, we decided to go to Best Buy, thinking we’d have better luck. The situation was exactly the same; few things on display and no inventory even for them.
My friend (who I already said is a Democrat) looked at me and said: “This is scary; communism is coming here at a fast pace.”
This is nothing, wait and see when we go to the stores to find there is no toilet paper; of course, with food prices the way they are, soon
we’ll have no need for toilet paper.
Something else that amazes me is the number of people from one specific communist country allowing entrance to the United States —
people who passionately hate the United States and feel a deep disdain for the people of this country.
It makes us wonder if they are infiltrating the country to support spreading communism.
I just realized that I diverted myself away from the subject of this column, which is about Joe Biden.
As a supposed president of this country, I believe Joe Biden was very disrespectful to the parents and family of the 13 young people killed
in Afghanistan due to his incompetence. The arrival of the caskets was a moment that belonged to the families of the servicemen and women. It was their own solemn time of sorrow. As much as Biden might have loved his son, to discuss the subject of the death of Joseph Robinette “Beau” Biden, III was completely out of place at that moment.
Beau Biden did not die in combat or by the hand of the enemy, but of brain cancer, and he was 46. Losing a loved one from an illness is
something to be expected, but an unexpected death defending one’s country during an act stupidly prepared is a dagger in the heart of
each and every parent’s heart.
To add insult to injury, the supposed “mother and devoted Catholic,” Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, denied Republican representatives the right to speak the names of the 13 young heroes on the House of Representatives floor.
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Perly Viasmensky is the General Manager of the Las Vegas Tribune. She writes a weekly column in this newspaper. To contact Perly Viasmensky, email her at pviasmensky@lasvegastribune.com.

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