Biden and His Ventriloquists Keep Out-Hawking Trump

Has now accused Trump of being too soft on Russia, Syria, North Korea, China and Venezuela

Joe Biden keeps trying to out-warmonger Donald Trump, and by Joe Biden I of course mean the team of handlers who are animating the dementia-ravaged corpse of the Biden campaign like a ventriloquist operating a wooden dummy.

In response to Trump suggesting an openness to scaling back his administration’s murderous Venezuela policy and meeting with President Nicolás Maduro, whoever runs Biden’s Twitter account for him seized upon the moment to assert that the former vice president will be doing no such thing if elected commander-in-chief.

“Trump talks tough on Venezuela, but admires thugs and dictators like Nicolas Maduro,” tweeted Biden Incorporated. “As President, I will stand with the Venezuelan people and for democracy.”

“Translation: if Trump retreats from his current policy of trying to sanction and suffocate Venezuelan into submission, Biden will make sure to revive it,” journalist Aaron Maté said in response.

“To be clear, Joe Biden is now attacking Donald Trump from the right on Venezuela,” said journalist Walker Bragman.

As’s Alan MacLeod accurately observed last year, this phrase “the Venezuelan people” is only ever invoked by the political/media class of the US-centralized empire for sloganeering purposes in support of US-led regime change interventionism in that nation, despite an overwhelming majority of Venezuelans opposing all US interventionism including sanctions.

This tactic of attacking Donald Trump for being insufficiently warlike is nothing new for Biden Inc, nor is it limited to Venezuela.

During the primary debates Biden attacked Trump for being insufficiently hawkish toward North Korea, claiming the president was wrong to meet with Kim Jong Un because it gives the leader “legitimacy”, whatever that means.

An April Biden campaign ad accused the president of being too soft on China by failing to force Beijing to allow US government officials into Wuhan to monitor the governing of a sovereign nation during a pandemic outbreak.

“Trump praised the Chinese 15 times in January and February as the coronavirus spread across the world,” says the ad’s narrator in an ominous voice. “Trump never got a CDC team on the ground in China. And the travel ban he brags about? Trump let in 40,000 travelers from China into America after he signed it. Not exactly airtight.”

Biden has attacked Trump’s partial troop withdrawal from Syria, using talking points from the so-called war on terror to absurdly claim during a primary debate that the president is putting America at risk of a terrorist strike from ISIS.

“We have ISIS that’s going to come here,” Biden said. “They are going to damage the United States of America. That’s why we got involved in the first place.”

And of course Biden & Co have been attacking Trump for being too soft on Russia, despite this administration’s many, many dangerously hawkish new cold war escalations against Moscow.

“We need a President who will stand up to the Kremlin, push back against Putin, and take immediate steps to ensure the security of our elections,” Biden’s Twitter account said last year.

This line of attack is so ubiquitous in the Biden campaign that it sometimes just takes the form of a vague, general swipe at Trump’s unwillingness to be more warlike, with an April tweet reading simply “Donald Trump says he’s a wartime president — it’s time for him to act like one.”

Again, this is Donald Trump these people are talking about. The same president who imprisoned Julian Assange for exposing US war crimes, killed tens of thousands of Venezuelans with starvation sanctions, vetoed attempts to save Yemen from US-backed genocide, is working to foment civil war in Iran using starvation sanctions and CIA ops with the stated goal of effecting regime change, nearly started a full-scale war with Iran by assassinating its top general, occupied Syrian oil fields and implemented devastating sanctions with the goal of preventing Syria’s reconstruction, greatly increased the number of troops in the Middle East and elsewhere, greatly increased the number of bombs dropped per day from the previous administration, killing record numbers of civilians, and reduced military accountability for those airstrikes.

The second-to-last thing the world needs is political pressure placed on Donald fucking Trump to be more warlike. The very last thing the world needs is a US president who ends up being even more warlike than Trump.

America is a war machine on top of a police state on top of a mass media psyop. Only people who are willing to keep these psychopathic mechanisms in place are permitted to ascend to presidential candidacy. While all the news cameras focus on the relatively minor differences between presidents and presidential candidates, you can learn a lot more about America and what drives it by looking at their similarities.

Source: Medium

  1. cechas vodobenikov says

    it is reported that the autonomous children in Seattle have abandoned their block party and now fully support Biden—true revolutionaries

  2. John says

    Too bad corporate, main stream media doesn’t fact check our one party overlords when they call Maduro a dictator. Venezuela has elected Maduro over his opponents just as they did with Hugo Chavez. And while we are at it, why doesn’t Twitter step up and point out that Biden’s comments about Maduro are not factual? Venezuela has oil, gold and lithium and the US and it’s band of imperialist allies want to steal it.

    1. cechas vodobenikov says

      Chile, Bolivia mine lithium–I am not aware that Venezuela does

  3. cechas vodobenikov says

    many amerikans will vote for Biden—he could be demented but this is less relevant than his corruption, and history of full support for corporate ruling class interests, imperialism—and civilized peoples and their govt’s do not believe there is any substantive difference between a pig w lipstick (Obama) and one without (trump) matters—a biden victory will transform the democrat party into shrinking cult o f idiots if the 4 different US “experts are correct—they each predict the dollar to decline in value by 35% in the next 1-3 years

  4. disqus_3BrONUAJno says

    Treason is defined in the Constitution at Article 3, Section 3, as consisting “only in levying War against (the United States), or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.”
    All members of the American military take an oath to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; (and to) bear true faith and allegiance to the same.”
    When the military is committed to foreign actions without a declaration of war by Congress, as required by Article 1, Section 8, Paragraph 11 of the Constitution, that is a violation of the Constitution, arguably the action of domestic enemies.
    When a member of the military participates in an unconstitutional foreign military deployment, s/he violates both the Constitution and his/her oath to “support and defend” it, giving “aid and comfort” to it’s “domestic enemies,” committing treason by the definition given by the Constitution.
    It s time that our commanders in chief start doing so from the front lines like the kings used to.

    1. cechas vodobenikov says

      Charles Beard described the US constitution “a ruling class document”
      Kurt Godel observed that it contained inherent contradictions that encouraged dictatorship

      1. disqus_3BrONUAJno says

        Neither of them were in the room in Philadelphia, were they?

        1. cechas vodobenikov says

          Godel–the important metalogician and philosopher science—along with Frege and Tarski, apparently did comprehend logic
          but of course no nation has ever restricted the vote to white male property owners, except the USA

          1. disqus_3BrONUAJno says

            Where do you think the USA got that from?

  5. chris chuba says

    Only the bravest Americans are willing to starve others in the name of freedom. Biden, ‘I will fight to the last starving Venezuelan. I will never surrender until the last baby perishes’. I hate these psychopaths.

    1. Canosin says

      me too……profoundly

    2. cechas vodobenikov says

      he stated this? Albright remarked that “it was worth it” when confronted with the evidence that 500, 000 Iraqi children died due to the the US embargo of medicine, food, baby formula

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