Joe Biden departed the White House on Friday for yet another vacation at his Rehoboth Beach House. This comes as no surprise, considering that Biden has spent a significant amount of his presidency on vacation, totaling approximately 352 days or around 40% of his time in office. What is even more concerning is the fact that there are no visitor logs available, leaving the American people in the dark about who the president is meeting with during these extended breaks.
In a display of disrespect, the 80-year-old president shuffled over the staircase to Air Force One without saluting the servicemembers present. This is just another example of Biden’s lack of appreciation for the men and women who serve our country. It is a stark contrast to previous presidents who have always made it a point to show their gratitude and respect to those in uniform.
As usual, Biden did not take any questions from the press as he departed for his weekend getaway. This has become a recurring theme in his presidency, with the president avoiding scrutiny and accountability by refusing to engage with the media. It is yet another example of his administration’s lack of transparency and desire to avoid answering tough questions.
One question that Biden has notably dodged is about the baggy of cocaine that was found in the West Wing last weekend after his son, Hunter Biden, visited the grounds. The White House has refused to comment on the origins of the cocaine, leading to speculation that it may have belonged to a member of the Biden family. When asked directly about this issue, Karine Jean-Pierre, a White House spokesperson, lashed out at the media, accusing them of “irresponsible reporting” and falsely claiming that the Bidens were not at the White House on that particular day.
However, this claim contradicts the reporting of a pool reporter who confirmed that Hunter Biden was indeed at the White House on Friday. This raises further questions about the White House’s honesty and integrity in addressing this controversy. Instead of providing clear and honest answers, they have chosen to deflect and deny any involvement or knowledge of the situation.
The American people deserve transparency and accountability from their leaders. It is concerning that President Biden has spent such a significant amount of his presidency on vacation, without any record of who he is meeting with during these absences. Additionally, his unwillingness to engage with the press and answer important questions raises doubts about his commitment to openness and integrity.
The issue of the cocaine found in the West Wing only adds to the growing list of scandals and controversies surrounding the Biden family. It is imperative that the president and his administration address these concerns honestly and provide the American people with the transparency they deserve. Dodging questions and engaging in dishonest rhetoric only further erodes trust in the administration and undermines the principles of good governance.