President Biden’s press conference in Brussels, Belgium today contained some real, er, interesting moments:
–Biden angrily told a reporter that his administration has never claimed that sanctions would “deter” Vladimir Putin (Narrator: They have).
–The thoroughly debunked “very fine people” lie made another appearance as Biden couldn’t help but take another swipe at Trump.
–Biden also assured everybody that he’s “been dealing with foreign policy for longer than anybody that’s involved in this process right now.”
Also it was fairly obvious that nobody in the White House has shared any polling with Biden, because the president seems to remain fairly confident there’s a chance the Democrats will retain the House and Senate after the November midterms:
When it comes to elections, Biden says his focus is on retaining Democrat majorities in the House and Senate so he has "room to continue" his policies on the economy as well as "deal in a rational way with American foreign policy and lead the world."
— Philip Melanchthon Wegmann (@PhilipWegmann) March 24, 2022
Pressed on his plan to maintain momentum with NATO and Europe as 2024 election looms, Pres. Biden says he has "no concerns about the impact."
— ABC News (@ABC) March 24, 2022
Tammy Bruce thinks that’s a sign there will be an epic number of head explosions on the Left in a few months:
They’ve completely lost their minds. November is going to seriously break them. https://t.co/ADpLIMuCYu
— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) March 24, 2022
What actually happens in the midterm elections remains to be seen, but there’s a strong likelihood Biden and the Democrats won’t like what they see.
I think that he will have to learn to live with disappointment.
— MarkWhittington (@MarkWhittington) March 24, 2022
Why did Biden fly to NATO to campaign for Democrats in Congress? https://t.co/EJcyUwnUeB
— Chad Gilmartin (@ChadGilmartinCA) March 24, 2022
Especially during the “climate crisis” that Biden and the Dems say is being caused by the burning of fossil fuels.