Long before Joe Biden became President and destroyed the country, he was a man full of predictions.
Throughout his entire campaign, Biden assured the American people that with him at the helm, the Coronavirus pandemic would come to an end. The economy would be “back,” and “back” by a completely vague, non-specific, and totally subjective measurement of “better.” And most exciting of all, Brandon prophesied that we would cure cancer!
So how many of the President’s predictions have played out as he promised? How good is his ‘guesser?’ Let’s just say if Joe was the guy guessing people’s weight at the fair, he’d be passing out a lot of prizes from the top shelf.
Biden offered several promising pre-election predictions about his ability to keep Russian President Vladimir Putin in line as well.
In 2019, Biden boldly proclaimed: “Putin knows that when I am president of the United States his days of tyranny and trying to intimidate the United States and those in Eastern Europe are over.”
“I’m gonna stand up to [Putin],” Biden assured.
Putin was undoubtedly consumed by feelings of terror and intimidation.
On February 21, 2020, Biden doubled down on his schoolyard taunts of Putin with a tough guy tweet for the ages:
“Vladimir Putin doesn’t want me to be President. He doesn’t want me to be our nominee. If you’re wondering why — it’s because I’m the only person in this field who’s ever gone toe-to-toe with him.”
I gotta say, I’m losing confidence that Biden’s ‘cancer cure’ will pan out.
WIBC’s Rob Kendall spoke with foreign policy expert Gary Collins Wednesday about Biden’s mismanagement of the crisis in Ukraine. Click below to listen.