Over the past few months, President Joe Biden has stated some terrifying things.
Because of the luster of incomprehensibility that has permeated both his speech and thoughts over the past few years, we haven’t been able to understand some of them.
Some of them we have already too well grasped, such as when he said, “Where’s Jackie? “, referring to a Republican lawmaker who had passed away a month before.
"Jackie, where's Jackie?," Joe Biden says about Rep. Jackie Walorski who died in a car accident a few months ago. pic.twitter.com/khdiesmEsx— Greg Price (@greg_price11) September 28, 2022
All of these mistakes have one thing in common: the president may have lost his mind and needs to take a lengthy nap on a plush couch instead of serving another four years. That remains the case, but on Thursday, he may have uttered the six most terrifying phrases of his 21 months in office, and they were clear, precise, and coherent.
“Whatever Maxine says, I agree with.”
Biden: “Maxine Waters! Whatever Maxine says, I agree with.” pic.twitter.com/Hi3INrtWhg— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 13, 2022
Rep. Maxine Waters, a Democrat from California who has long been a pillar of the party’s far-left wing, is the Maxine in this instance.
Joe Biden, the president, must defend himself if that is the case.
After Roe v. Wade was declared invalid in June, Waters appeared outside the Supreme Court. She exhorted women to “defy them,” presumably by having abortions in places where doing so is against the law, despite the fact that the court is the highest in the land and its ruling on the validity of abortion restrictions is legally conclusive.
“They’ve seen nothing yet. Women are going to control their bodies, no matter how they try and stop them. To hell with the Supreme Court! We will defy them. Women will be in control of their bodies,” she remarked.
She contributed to the spread of the lie that Border Patrol agents beat migrants at the border in south Texas in September 2021.
She referred to it as worse than slavery because she wasn’t satisfied with simply spreading a lie.
“We’ve got to stay on the street and we’ve got to get more active, we’ve got to get more confrontational. We’ve got to make sure that they know that we mean business,” she made her statement during Derek Chauvin’s trial. Chauvin was a former police officer who was found guilty of killing George Floyd in May 2020.
President Joe Biden meant every syllable when he delivered those six words. Nothing will frighten you, America, if that doesn’t.