Irony: Handsy Joe Accuses Trump Of Coddling Thugs And Terrorists

Obviously, the Credentialed Media refused to fact check this

Biden Accuses Trump of ‘Coddling Terrorists and Thugs’ Overseas

Joe Biden, the presumptive Democrat nominee, accused President Donald Trump on Wednesday of “coddling terrorists and thugs” around the globe.

“We’re going to get to work fixing the mess that President Trump and Vice President [Mike] Pence have created, both at home and abroad, through four years of mismanagement and coddling of terrorists and thugs around the world,” Biden said during an event in Delaware alongside his newly announced running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA).

Biden’s comments took some Republicans, including Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY), by surprise given the former vice president’s history of opposing military efforts against terrorist leaders.

Zeldin wrote on social media:

With a straight face, Biden just said President Trump has been coddling terrorists around the world. After Biden advised against taking out [Osama] Bin Laden, now he’s ignoring that it was Pres. Trump who had Soleimani & al-Baghdadi killed, the ISIS caliphate eliminated, and far more.

Earlier this year, Biden opposed the Trump administration’s assassination of Qasem Soleimani, a onetime high ranking figure in Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard. At the time, Biden argued that although Soleimani was guilty of perpetrating “crimes against American troops and thousands of innocents” throughout the Middle East, Trump’s move risked starting a war with Iran. Although those fears never materialized, Biden has remained a staunch critic of the assassination

Let’s not forget, Biden was the Vice President as ISIS rose, which his boss called the “JV team”, and did little. He was part of the administration which called Syria’s hardcore dictator “a reformer”, which blew off the Green Uprising of the Iranian people, blew off the Arab Spring, which blew off Syria gassing citizens and didn’t follow through on Obama’s “red line”. How they did nothing over Russia invading Crimea. Obama saying he’d have “more flexibility” towards Russia. Obama wouldn’t even say “radical Islamic terrorist”. He called Islamist terrorist attacks “workplace violence.”

Let’s also not forget the Obama admin’s failure to defend U.S. citizens in Benghanzi, after ignoring the security risks in Benghazi and the eastern part of Libya, after destabilizing the nation with his air war to protect oil flowing to France and England. Everyone, including the news outlets, knew how dangerous the area had become, and pulled their reporters and ambassadors out.

How about coddling the terrorist/thug regime in Iran with their Iran Deal, which gave Iran almost everything and the world almost nothing. All it did was postpone when Iran could continue making a nuclear weapon. By retreating from Iraq, Iran filled the vacuum, which helped the rise of Iran.

Sure, Obama did some good things. As David French wrote

Osama bin Laden is dead, but ISIS is alive. There has been no 9/11-style terror attack, but there have been attacks in Paris, Brussels, Fort Hood, Boston, Chattanooga, San Bernardino, Orlando, St. Cloud, Manhattan, and Columbus. Jihadist violence has killed hundreds of thousands and displaced millions. Iran’s nuclear program has arguably been slowed, but at the price of magnifying its power, influence, and ability to kill Americans. So Obama’s legacy is mixed. He had his successes, but he fails the simplest test of all: Are we really safer today than we were eight years ago?

Joe initially was against attacking bin Laden. And he’s coddling all the Left wing crazies in Antifa and BLM involved with violence right now.

(The Atlantic) Joe Biden has been wrong a lot on foreign and defense policy. A lot. This year’s presumptive Democratic presidential nominee voted against the 1991 Gulf War, in which the United States and a broad multinational coalition quickly achieved their goals, and in favor of the 2003 Iraq War, and regretted both votes. Years into hostilities, he opposed the troop surges that brought some stability to both Iraq and Afghanistan and even insisted that “the Taliban per se is not our enemy.” He argued for carving Iraq into sectarian statelets even as Iraqis voted for cross-sectarian political lists. And he opposed the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. These stances suggest not only that he lacks a philosophy of how to use military force effectively, but also that his instincts on when to use it are often faulty.

Perhaps for that reason, Biden was seldom a major force in American foreign and defense policy during more than three decades in the Senate—even though he served as the chairman of its Foreign Relations Committee. But he has shown an embarrassing tendency to embellish his contributions, such as claiming he was responsible for ending genocide in Bosnia.

Robert Gates, who served as the secretary of defense under George W. Bush and Barack Obama, wrote in his 2014 memoir that Biden “has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.” Last year, Gates reiterated his concerns. “I think that the vice president had some issues with the military,” he declared on CBS’s Face the Nation.

So, Joe is constantly wrong and soft on terrorists and thugs.

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3 Responses to “Irony: Handsy Joe Accuses Trump Of Coddling Thugs And Terrorists”

  1. formwiz says:

    Gropin’ Joe had no problems giving Saddam a pass during Dubya’s Administration and we all know how he used his son as a bag man with Red China.

  2. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:


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