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The United States… is bleeding, Mr. Biden

February 2, 2023

It really is unbelievable, isn’t it? It’s beyond human comprehension! To see your children beating up one another and dying in your house, and you’re obsessed with your neighbor’s lawn. Wondering: is he watering it? Is he using pesticides you don’t like? When he will get around to removing the snow to keep it from… burning the grass and making the neighborhood look bad.

Sorry, but this is what Joseph Robinette Biden Jr.’s attitude towards criminality in the United States and what he is doing about Ukraine looks like in my eyes and in my mind.

Since the murder of George Floyd nothing has been done. Absolutely nothing. And especially under the current President the situation has gotten very bad. In January alone there were 79 similar incidents involving U.S. police officers. The latest incidents? 29-year-old Tyre Nichols, in Memphis, TN was beaten to death. Allegedly, officers asked him to stop his car for “dangerous driving,” which was not evident from the video footage. The result? He was beaten to death.

What did Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. do about this tragic event? He’s talking to… Zelensky – who is almost as unknown to the average American as was Nichols – about what weapons he will give him to punish the evil Putin for entering his country.

New incident in Huntington Park in Los Angeles: Daniel Lowe, a 36-year-old father of two, was shot more than 8 times by police (https://bit.ly/3YwLuld) What happened? Officers responded to a call of a stabbing, and the description matched Lowe. They attempted to arrest him but he pulled out a knife and threatened them. He then tried to get away and they shot him. And now, here is the detail… that changes the whole story: Daniel Lowe was disabled and was in a wheelchair! Police officers on foot and 2-3 other patrol cars couldn’t immobilize a disabled man and had to kill him?

What did Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. do about this tragic incident as well? Same as the last one, same as the next one, same as the other 77 in January.

The United States is plagued by violence, blood is being spilled in the streets, there is no trust, there is terror even on the subways – and Mr. Biden is passionate only about destroying Putin, and he is only anxious about whether Finland will join NATO. His only frustration… is that his buddy Erdogan…is playing games – so Biden can’t help him the way he wants.

Mr. Biden, President of the United States, instead of ‘burning up’ over how you will protect the people of…Taiwan, wouldn’t it be better to protect your own bleeding people?

Vasilios Magalios is an Editor on the Staff of The National Herald.

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