Joe Biden is not only a coward but also a snake, and he is utterly dependent on the oil that Saudi Arabia provides.
This confluence of circumstances typically leads to the election of a President of the United States who is willing to break all of his or her previous campaign pledges. This is not done for the greater good of the United States, but rather to quell the unrest caused by ancient gas prices and rapidly rising inflation.
That's right: the administration of President Joe Biden is prepared to travel more than 7,000 miles in order to save their behinds before the midterm elections.
The absurdity of the situation is compounded when one considers the fact that the United States is capable of generating and extracting its own oil, a development from which we have all benefited throughout Trump's presidency.
The success of President Trump can be attributed in large part to his ability to release the latent potential of the American people. However, when Joe Biden demolished Trump's energy policy, every advantage that the United States had gained from its energy independence was rapidly nullified.
It appears that Joe Biden is now ready to step back some of the harsh criticisms he leveled at Saudi Arabia while he was running for president.
During a news conference on Thursday, President Joe Biden stated that he would not make a commitment to bring up the assassination of former journalist Jamal Khashoggi of the Washington Post during his talks in Saudi Arabia.
During his candidacy for the presidency in 2020, Biden made a commitment to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for a variety of human rights breaches, particularly the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi, which was carried out under the direction of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
But when a journalist asked the president during Thursday's press conference in Israel if he would personally bring up Khashoggi's murder, Biden reacted by claiming to have never been shy about talking about human rights. This was said in response to the question posed by the reporter.
Pres. Biden would not commit to whether he would bring up Jamal Khashoggi when he meets with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman: "My position on Khashoggi has been so clear, if anybody doesn't understand it…then they haven't been around for a while." https://t.co/ysTetYsUy7 pic.twitter.com/aodRtHcdTt
— ABC News (@ABC) July 14, 2022
Human rights activists have voiced their disapproval of President Biden's visit to Saudi Arabia. They have also put pressure on him to bring up the assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and he has spoken with the families of victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks about the Saudi government's relationship with those responsible for the attack.
In an editorial piece that was published before the president's travel, he stated that the purpose of the trip is to open a new and more promising chapter of America's engagement in the Middle East.
Since then, the mentally challenged president has landed in Saudi Arabia and reportedly succeeded in persuading the Prince to adhere to the 'no handshake' regulation.
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) July 15, 2022
Biden puts himself in a precarious position by choosing not to bring up the slaying of the journalist; he is already on the verge of losing support from members of the party's far-left wing. Without their support and the backing of individuals who identify as extremely progressive, the prospects of Joe Biden being reelected are extremely low, if not nonexistent.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Examiner News.