Friday night, whoever runs social media for President Joe Biden decided to upload a video of him signing legislation that would fast-track the process to raise our debt limit. “The United States pays its debts when they are due,” he says.
— MainStreet₿itcoin (184.108.40.206)👑 (@littleprinceJD) December 11, 2021
For some reason, Biden’s handlers thought putting out a video was a good idea.
The United States pays its debts when they are due. That’s why today, I signed a bill to fast-track the process to raise our debt limit. pic.twitter.com/Rx4MNC1XS9
— President Biden (@POTUS) December 11, 2021
The United States pays its debts… with more debt! pic.twitter.com/YygpqHjI4r
— J. Gett, BTC (@jgettbtc) December 11, 2021
I remember when my parents had to use credit cards to pay bills too https://t.co/cqgEgp0w1W
— Tim Pool (@Timcast) December 11, 2021
The US pays off its existing credit card bills by using new credit cards with higher spending limits.
Totally unsustainable. https://t.co/qdeuJILI6d
— Geoffrey Miller (@primalpoly) December 11, 2021
"I always pay my debts when they're due, which is why I wrote to my credit card company begging them to raise my credit limit because I can't pay what I owe." https://t.co/DjBoQCr3eF
— Doug Powers (@ThePowersThatBe) December 11, 2021
I know when my credit card is due, I just ask the bank to raise my credit limit instead of transferring money to the card like some irresponsible knucklehead! https://t.co/QTjL4veRcF
— Aldous Huxley's Ghost™ (@AF632) December 11, 2021
Wait, what? Who wrote this?
— Add your name (@corrcomm) December 11, 2021
— Luigi, Prince of Wales (@chaseswildgoose) December 11, 2021
That statement is a non sequitur shrouded in gibberish and wrapped idiocy. https://t.co/tyw7DNobi9
— Physics Geek (@physicsgeek) December 11, 2021
Biden posted this because he thinks that borrowing more money to pay off debt makes him look responsible. https://t.co/pqaDYJ1CfE
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) December 11, 2021
That's the opposite of paying your debts, you reckless derelict https://t.co/3pM8wMmzMZ
— George Alexopoulos (@GPrime85) December 11, 2021
Does… does he realize how this sounds? https://t.co/N55zkcvaN5
— Naomi Mathew 🗽🌺 (@naomimath) December 11, 2021
How do those two sentences make sense together?
— 🔋Radoslaw Motylinski🔋 (@kedarus) December 11, 2021
I'm sure whoever wrote this tweet thinks its two sentences are intuitively, logically, and obviously connected. Somehow. https://t.co/pjxRUzoRAe
— Per Bylund (@PerBylund) December 11, 2021
The second sentence is the precise opposite of the first. https://t.co/pYt9x3FcCN
— Joshua Lisec | See Pinned Tweet (@JoshuaLisec) December 11, 2021
You don't pay debts by getting more credit.
They really think you are this stupid.
Only the government gets away with these comforting lies. https://t.co/xPujfEIzak
— Richard Cooper (@Rich_Cooper) December 11, 2021
I totally thought this was a parody at first. But it's not. They keep topping themselves. It's amazing. https://t.co/xZ9qPDBRao
— Chris Blec (@ChrisBlec) December 11, 2021
This will not age well.
— Jason 🖐 Cuke 🥒 (@JasonCuke) December 11, 2021
@POTUS has been hacked. pic.twitter.com/taHr9M3Ylm
— Dr Ellery Samwise (@EllerySamwise) December 11, 2021
— Siraj Hashmi (@SirajAHashmi) December 11, 2021
Allow Jen Psaki to explain how the Dems’ $3.5 trillion package would cost ‘zero dollars’ https://t.co/vS8WkIJ2wf
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 27, 2021
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