Just as you thought the US had enough real, serious and pressing problems to deal with, along comes Joe Biden to litter the stage with endless crises (created at the drop of a hat) Then, after every one, he shuffles off in denial at what he’s done.
As if every box in the closet marked “super-crisis,” Joe has to drag out into the room and open up to stimulate his own curiosities and the zombified adherents. The shocked look on his face only adds to the absurd plot line and effects.
Then, after exploding our outrage, he shuffles off for a respite. The spoiler alert should have been Obama saying, “never underestimate Joe’s ability to f— things up.” But no.
OBidenistas thought he was exactly the front man for this role. And it should have been named, like some novel, “Crazy Meets Crazier: the great fall of common sense.”
I could go on but why bother? It has the feel of chasing a garbage truck, when you can’t wait to get to the shower. But someone stole it. The question is how much intention is in the plot line? Or is it a haphazard mixture to keep the outrage meter pegged?
But don’t take my word for it. The empire imploding is a theme.
EDITOR — The Telegraph
The chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan has prompted fundamental questions about the future of Western foreign policy, with America stepping back from its usual role on the world stage. For Allister Heath, the crisis confirms that the era of US dominance is over. Racked with self-doubt, US elites have lost their faith in once-formative values like capitalism, democracy and even the American dream itself.
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