Biden Adds One More Story to His Ever-Changing Poland Background

Joe Biden is a remarkable human being. Listen to Joe Biden’s stories about himself.

He seems to be all things to everyone, depending on who he’s talking to. Truck drivers? He will tell you about the time he drove an 18-wheeler. His audience may be black. He tells them how involved he was as a teenager in civil rights, even though he has since debunked the story. After attending Catholic mass, he tells them he went to the Black church. Joe Biden says he has been to Shul more often than other Jews. Because he lived in one of his neighborhoods, he is Puerto Rican.

You should be prepared to wait to see what Biden might say when he goes overseas to represent the United States. Biden, while in Ukraine with Volodymyr Zelesky, said that he had “built a coalition between nations from the Atlantic and the Pacific.” NATO. To the, in Atlantic. Japan in the Pacific” He then bizarrely grabbed a Ukrainian official’s bicep, complimenting him on it, and giving in to his obsession with men’s biceps.

The sirens were also blaring during the photo op in Kyiv. Reports indicated that there had been no strikes, Russian missiles or explosions and they hadn’t been for five days, according to a CNN reporter.

Biden is currently in Poland and has been meeting with Polish officials to discuss Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Biden told the Polish president, “As a young person, I was born into a coal town in Scranton, Pennsylvania.” It is quite a feat to be born young — another sign of his magic nature. “Then, after coal ran out, we moved to Delaware to Claymont, Delaware. This was a working-class community, and everyone was either Polish or Italian. Biden stated that he grew up self-conscious because his name did not end in an SK-I or O. All kidding aside.

Is that before or after he was a Puerto Rican civil rights icon who pulled out the chain to fight Corn Pop? This is a story that can be used to flatter for any occasion.

Democrats love to complain about Rep. George Santos, (R-NY). Yes, it’s terrible, but he’s an insignificant new guy who is never going to be given any real power. This is the leader of the free world and you cannot trust everything he says to be based on reality. He’s saying things that could have a huge impact on all of us worldwide. How can he do this to the Polish leaders? When he grabbed the man’s bicep, the faces of the Ukrainian officials were quite something — they were trying to look away.