‘Sure could go for some mean tweets right about now’: Nostalgia reigns as Biden’s world implodes

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Although he spent almost the entire 2020 election cycle hunkered down in his Delaware basement, incumbent President Joe Biden purportedly received 81 million votes on his way to the White House.

Among some segments of the electorate, Biden benefitted from those who were turned off by ex-President Donald Trump’s bombastic temperament and sometimes abrasive or controversial remarks or social media messages that were often amplified or distorted by a hostile corporate media.

During the 2016 presidential campaign, journalist Selena Zito perceptively wrote, however, that “The press takes [Trump] literally, but not seriously; his supporters take him seriously, but not literally.”

In this context, given the disasters one after another that have occurred so far under the Biden administration, conservative influencer Jack Posobiec wondered about buyer’s remorse among some Biden voters who couldn’t get their heads around Trump’s Twitter persona at the expense of considering the big picture.

“Russia invades Ukraine. Saudi won’t return WH calls. Iran bombs a US compound. Gas prices going crazy. Inflation out of control. China eyeing Taiwan.

“Sure could go for some mean tweets right about now,” he concluded satirically.

“Oh and the Taliban overran Kabul and took over Afghanistan while the US fled,” he added, in an allusion to the botch Biden withdrawal that tragically cost the lives of 13 brave American service members and left behind hundreds American citizens.

Even Trump-loathing liberal Bill Maher (who has famously distanced himself from the progressive narrative on some issues) has wondered “if Putin thought Trump was really that supportive of him, why didn’t he invade when Trump was in office? It’s at least worth asking that question if you’re not locked into one intransigent thought.”

History has shown that Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin annexed Crimea during the Obama/Biden administration and now, obviously, has launched a full-invasion of Ukraine during the Biden/Harris regime.

Posobiec also shared a video clip from far-left Daily Show host Trevor Noah who admitted that no one, including Middle East oil-producing countries, ever ignored “wild card” and “angry tweet” sending Donald Trump’s phone calls.

As well documented, the U.S. was energy independent under Trump, and thus not dependent on foreign oil, an America First status that was reversed when Biden and his team came into office.

In addition to everything else, the open borders, catch-and-release, deportation-adverse Biden administration has also created a law enforcement, humanitarian, and public health calamity at the southern boundary of the U.S. with no end in sight.

While the supply chain backlog is still unresolved, the ideologically driven Biden inner circle is intent on installing left-wing activists in the federal administrative agencies and on the federal courts. In the meantime, violent crime is out of control in many American cities run by Democrats.

In recent days, many others have weighed in on the significance, or lack thereof, of the POTUS 45 mean tweets. Here is just a selection:


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