Joe Biden Alludes To “Walking Away From America”

Joe Biden Alludes To “Walking Away From America” By Monica Showalter for American Thinker

How’s this for the most offensive political ad of the year?

Here it is, kid you not, straight from Joe Biden and his jackass party maw:

Note that this isn’t from his enemies, his party, his creepy allies, something that occurred years ago, or some kind of foreign disinfomation, this is straight from Joe, put out there on Twitter to entice Americans to give him their votes, in his big final push to squeeze the last of them.

This is Joe in front of us, expressing himself in all his glory.

There’s a heckuva lot of unpack here in this small space of a tweet, at least three doozies going out like stink bombs to voters.

Start with the first:

So America is “an idea.” Like Antifa is “an idea,” as the far left and its allies like to say.

Like Antifa, it’s a bad thing yet somehow it doesn’t exist.

And the millions and millions of people attempting to come live here are just looking for an idea. Last we heard, they were looking for a place, one that featured rule of law, money with value, a passport with muscle, a day without a government shakedown, and maybe an actual chance to make something of oneself instead of live life as a worker ant on some ‘collective’ under the grip of some dictator, or be the face in the Orwell’s ‘boot on a human face.’ Ideas, in fact, are free. Back in Phnom Penh, Tegucigalpa, Kinshasa and Caracas, no need to come here to get one.

It’s a repulsive statement, because America is a physical place, an actual reality, and Biden’s claim that it’s an “idea” is no different than claiming Antifa is an idea, is to claim that the place, despite the evidence, doesn’t really exist. Antifa in fact is a physical group with an organized power structure and an agenda of hate and destruction. Antifa likes to stay hidden because they are so disgusting and vile to normal people. Now by relegating America to the status of ‘idea,’ Biden seems to want America to be hidden, too.

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