In his inauguration speech back in January, Joe Biden pledged to be a uniter and not a divider. Boy, did he mean it! Our NATO allies are now in total agreement and unity with American voters: We all think Joe Biden is awful. The British Parliament sealed the deal on Thursday by holding an historic vote: Joe Biden is the first American leader to be officially held in contempt by the British government.
Creepy Joe’s catastrophic Afghanistan blunder has enraged our NATO allies to the point where they’re kind of hoping that Donald Trump will be reinstated, sooner rather than later.
Plenty of American leaders have ticked off the British before. See the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812 if you doubt this.
Back in 1956, the British, French and Israeli governments attacked Egypt over the Suez Canal. President Dwight Eisenhower threatened to dump America’s holdings in pound sterling bonds if they didn’t call off the attack, which would have crashed Great Britain’s currency. The British were forced to back down over that threat, and it was the last great, humiliating defeat of the British military. That incident, caused by Eisenhower, brought an end to the British Empire as a world superpower. There is no more British Empire.
But the Brits didn’t vote to hold Eisenhower in contempt for that. Pause and let that sink in for a moment:
Eisenhower literally brought about the end of the British Empire by threatening a financial war against their currency – and that still didn’t make the British as angry as Joe Biden just did.
Donald Trump ticked off our NATO allies as well. Remember when he called them a bunch of freeloaders who were leeching off the American taxpayers to pay for their defense? (Good times!) Sure, the British and the rest of the European nations got mad. They huffed and puffed for about five minutes. But mostly they felt ashamed and embarrassed, because what President Trump said about them was true. Despite the anger and embarrassment, nobody voted to hold Donald Trump in contempt for that.
But Joe Biden… hoo, boy!
Multiple members of the British Parliament stood up on Thursday to give impassioned speeches about what a turd Joe Biden is. They’re furious and they hate his guts now. Biden pulled American forces out of Afghanistan in the dead of night – and he didn’t give any of our NATO allies that have embassies and troops in Afghanistan any advance warning. He just had our troops sneak out in the dead of night.
This stunned all of our allies who had committed troops to Afghanistan. They had to scramble to try to get out of the country at the last second, because here came the Taliban! The British military still has boots on the ground in Afghanistan, and their soldiers in Humvees are providing a safety corridor through Taliban-controlled Kabul so that British civilians can get to the airport and escape.
Note that Biden didn’t do this for Americans trapped in Afghanistan. On Thursday, the Pentagon made the shocking admission that they don’t even know how many Americans are trapped in Afghanistan. And they “can’t really do anything” to get those trapped Americans out. Could be 10,000 trapped Americans. Could be 40,000. Whatevs! At least there are no more mean tweets from the Bad Orange Man!
The British MPs gave some really great speeches on Thursday about how terrible Joe Biden is. I wish I could show them to you, but Google-owned YouTube has apparently decided that American viewers should not be able to see the historic vote that took place. As of this writing, you cannot find a single video on YouTube of the first time in world history that the British government has voted to hold an American leader in contempt. We’ll see if Biden’s bootlickers in the American media mention it.
(British Parliament meetings are also way more fun to watch than American congressional hearings. They don’t have politeness rules in their government like we do, so the MPs are always yelling at each other, talking over each other’s speeches and calling each other a bunch of f*gs. It’s great TV!)
Joe Biden also, by the way, enraged our NATO allies by refusing to answer the phone for several days after Afghanistan fell apart. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson started frantically calling Biden on Monday morning of this week, demanding to know what the hell was going on and why Kabul had suddenly fallen to the Taliban over the weekend. And Johnson kept calling… and kept calling… and kept calling.
Biden finally answered the phone at about 10 p.m. on Tuesday night, after leaving the Prime Minister of America’s closest ally waiting for more than 36 hours. He finally talked to Angela Merkel of Germany on Wednesday. The rest of our NATO allies haven’t even received a courtesy call. Biden just ditched them all in the dark and then treated them like dirt for a whole week. Good luck, suckers!
We all scoffed when Barack Obama was given a Nobel Peace Prize in 2009. We all knew that it was a phony sentiment. But none of us should scoff at Joe Biden for the distinct honor of being the first American leader to be officially held in contempt by a vote of the British Parliament.
He earned it.