Biden Agrees: ‘Let’s Go Brandon’

 

While speaking with families that were calling into NORAD to track Santa, a dad wishes the Bidens a merry Christmas and then said, “Let’s go Brandon.” Here is Joe’s reaction:

 

The best part is watching Mrs. Biden’s reaction as she tries not to react.

And then poor old, slow Joe doesn’t realize that the call has ended and twice asks where the family is from.

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  1. Jimmy Carter Member
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    Wow, hell must have just froze over, because I actually agree with Joe, “Let’s Go Brandon.”

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  2. CACrabtree Coolidge
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    Good Lord, what a doofus!!!

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  3. EB Thatcher
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    Like shooting fish in a barrel.  

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  4. Stad Coolidge
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    EB (View Comment):

    Like shooting fish in a barrel.

    It’s a lone fish in a barrel shooting himself . . .

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  5. RushBabe49 Thatcher
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    I can think of very few dementia-plagued politicians whose families would let them make fools of themselves like this.

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  6. Django Member
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    As I said in another thread, I yield to no one in my contempt for Biden and his supporters, but to me that was a bit tacky. 

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  7. Western Chauvinist Member
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    I find this incident unfortunate in multiple ways. 

    First, the incivility the father shows to the president of the United States (however questionable his tenure) in front of his child, is a poor example to set. Hopefully the kid doesn’t know his dad just told the president to eff off. 

    Second, the horribly dangerous signal this sends to our enemies (and allies) that the “leader of the free world” is utterly clueless (and, one must assume, he’s being kept in the dark by his own people) about what’s happening in his own country. . .

    And, third, that the people actually running the country are so callous as to commit elder abuse of one of their own. When people this ruthless are in charge, it does not bode well for those of us who disagree with their worldview and their aims. 

    My first reaction was amused incredulity, but my follow-on is regret that it ever happened. 

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  8. Stad Coolidge
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    Western Chauvinist (View Comment):

    I find this incident unfortunate in multiple ways.

    First, the incivility the father shows to the president of the United States (however questionable his tenure) in front of his child, is a poor example to set. Hopefully the kid doesn’t know his dad just told the president to eff off.

    Second, the horribly dangerous signal this sends to our enemies (and allies) that the “leader of the free world” is utterly clueless (and, one must assume, he’s being kept in the dark by his own people) about what’s happening in his own country. . .

    And, third, that the people actually running the country are so callous as to commit elder abuse of one of their own. When people this ruthless are in charge, it does not bode well for those of us who disagree with their worldview and their aims.

    My first reaction was amused incredulity, but my follow-on is regret that it ever happened.

    I agree with what you say, but it needed to be done.  The Biden voters who still support him – and the rest of the world – need to know American citizens may be fickle when it comes to elections, but we look at contempt with politicians who change their positions and a press that hides the truth.

    As for our enemies, they already knew Biden was utterly clueless, and I wonder how much – if any – they had an influence in our election.  We know Soros and Zuckerberg did, as well as Democrat judges in key states.

    You can respect the office but ridicule the occupant.  If not, every political cartoonist in this country would be facing a firing squad.  As I’ve said before, I would have gladly accepted an invitation to the White House to meet Bill Clinton or Barack Obama.  I would have treated them with respect and dignity, as I would Joe and Jill if for whatever reason I got invited.

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  9. Steve Fast Coolidge
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    Western Chauvinist (View Comment):

    Second, the horribly dangerous signal this sends to our enemies (and allies) that the “leader of the free world” is utterly clueless (and, one must assume, he’s being kept in the dark by his own people) about what’s happening in his own country.

    Unfortunately, the leaders of enemy countries have already had hours-long video calls and meetings to take their measure of our demented leader. They likely know more than we do about his mental state. I doubt they learned anything new from this brief phone call.

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  10. Western Chauvinist Member
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    Stad (View Comment):

    I agree with what you say, but it needed to be done.  The Biden voters who still support him – and the rest of the world – need to know American citizens may be fickle when it comes to elections, but we look at contempt with politicians who change their positions and a press that hides the truth.

    As for our enemies, they already knew Biden was utterly clueless, and I wonder how much – if any – they had an influence in our election.  We know Soros and Zuckerberg did, as well as Democrat judges in key states.

    You can respect the office but ridicule the occupant.  If not, every political cartoonist in this country would be facing a firing squad.  As I’ve said before, I would have gladly accepted an invitation to the White House to meet Bill Clinton or Barack Obama.  I would have treated them with respect and dignity, as I would Joe and Jill if for whatever reason I got invited.

    No one has more contempt for Joe Biden and his party than I do. But, while our enemies know Joe Biden is unsuited for the position he holds, did they know prior to this that his own people are keeping him in the dark? Even his wife?? I’m not sure that part was obvious, although his mental deficiencies were hard to miss. 

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  11. Steve Fast Coolidge
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    On the one hand, it makes me sad to see this kind of elder abuse. But on the other hand, this is poetic justice. Biden has badly mistreated so many people when he had power over them – Robert Bork, Clarence Thomas, Viktor Shokhin, daughters of all the officials he swore into office, and many more. Now he is being mocked when he is mentally powerless to resist.

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  12. Bishop Wash Member
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    Django (View Comment):

    As I said in another thread, I yield to no one in my contempt for Biden and his supporters, but to me that was a bit tacky.

    I’m a bit like Western Chauvinist, at first amused incredulity and then regret that it happened. However, he’s doing so much damage to the country with purposeful cruelty that I’m a bit indifferent to scorn heaped on him. 

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  13. Django Member
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    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    Django (View Comment):

    As I said in another thread, I yield to no one in my contempt for Biden and his supporters, but to me that was a bit tacky.

    I’m a bit like Western Chauvinist, at first amused incredulity and then regret that it happened. However, he’s doing so much damage to the country with purposeful cruelty that I’m a bit indifferent to scorn heaped on him.

    No question that he has been a vile, loathsome, dishonest person as long he has been in politics. He still shows that in public now that the filter is off. Six feet of dirt makes us all equal and we can forget then, but as long as he is top-side I suppose it’s a good thing that the country heaps scorn upon him. And those who supported him. 

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  14. James Salerno Inactive
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    Steve Fast (View Comment):

    On the one hand, it makes me sad to see this kind of elder abuse. But on the other hand, this is poetic justice. Biden has badly mistreated so many people when he had power over them – Robert Bork, Clarence Thomas, Viktor Shokhin, daughters of all the officials he swore into office, and many more. Now he is being mocked when he is mentally powerless to resist.

    Or Curtis Dunn and his family.

    Biden didn’t start doing evil things when he stole the office. He has been a rotten, horrible human being since the early 70s. I hope his decline is slow and painful. He gets no sympathy from me.

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  15. Jimmy Carter Member
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    Stad (View Comment):

    I would have treated them with respect and dignity, as I would Joe and Jill if for whatever reason I got invited.

    Oh, hell no. Respect is earned through manner and accomplishment, not just occupying an office; not in America.

    Don’t forget: Biden and His party were calling Americans “non-essential.” Government calling Citizens “non-essential.”

    Our Nation was created by Our Founders by basically telling a king and His minions that They were “non-essential” and to eff off.

    If I got invited, I’d have no problem telling Biden, “eff You.” I wish the worst to Him and His henchmen.

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  16. Django Member
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    Jimmy Carter (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    I would have treated them with respect and dignity, as I would Joe and Jill if for whatever reason I got invited.

    Oh, hell no. Respect is earned through manner and accomplishment, not just occupying an office; not in America.

    Don’t forget: Biden and His party were calling Americans “non-essential.” Government calling Citizens “non-essential.”

    Our Nation was created by Our Founders by basically telling a king and His minions that They were “non-essential” and to eff off.

    If I got invited, I’d have no problem telling Biden, “eff You.” I wish the worst to Him and His henchmen.

    As much as I despise Biden, I think I despise those who voted for him more. If it were not for them, the senile old fool wouldn’t be in office. And those who are running him wouldn’t have their chance to ruin what’s left of the country. 

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  17. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    Stad (View Comment):

    Western Chauvinist (View Comment):

    I find this incident unfortunate in multiple ways.

    First, the incivility the father shows to the president of the United States (however questionable his tenure) in front of his child, is a poor example to set. Hopefully the kid doesn’t know his dad just told the president to eff off.

    Second, the horribly dangerous signal this sends to our enemies (and allies) that the “leader of the free world” is utterly clueless (and, one must assume, he’s being kept in the dark by his own people) about what’s happening in his own country. . .

    And, third, that the people actually running the country are so callous as to commit elder abuse of one of their own. When people this ruthless are in charge, it does not bode well for those of us who disagree with their worldview and their aims.

    My first reaction was amused incredulity, but my follow-on is regret that it ever happened.

    I agree with what you say, but it needed to be done. The Biden voters who still support him – and the rest of the world – need to know American citizens may be fickle when it comes to elections, but we look at contempt with politicians who change their positions and a press that hides the truth.

    As for our enemies, they already knew Biden was utterly clueless, and I wonder how much – if any – they had an influence in our election. We know Soros and Zuckerberg did, as well as Democrat judges in key states.

    You can respect the office but ridicule the occupant. If not, every political cartoonist in this country would be facing a firing squad. As I’ve said before, I would have gladly accepted an invitation to the White House to meet Bill Clinton or Barack Obama. I would have treated them with respect and dignity, as I would Joe and Jill if for whatever reason I got invited.

    Biden has it coming.

    Until I have proof he is so out of his mind he is a pure puppet it is all on him. He is President. 

    How pathetic he is.

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  18. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    Western Chauvinist (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    I agree with what you say, but it needed to be done. The Biden voters who still support him – and the rest of the world – need to know American citizens may be fickle when it comes to elections, but we look at contempt with politicians who change their positions and a press that hides the truth.

    As for our enemies, they already knew Biden was utterly clueless, and I wonder how much – if any – they had an influence in our election. We know Soros and Zuckerberg did, as well as Democrat judges in key states.

    You can respect the office but ridicule the occupant. If not, every political cartoonist in this country would be facing a firing squad. As I’ve said before, I would have gladly accepted an invitation to the White House to meet Bill Clinton or Barack Obama. I would have treated them with respect and dignity, as I would Joe and Jill if for whatever reason I got invited.

    No one has more contempt for Joe Biden and his party than I do. But, while our enemies know Joe Biden is unsuited for the position he holds, did they know prior to this that his own people are keeping him in the dark? Even his wife?? I’m not sure that part was obvious, although his mental deficiencies were hard to miss.

    Yes

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  19. Hans Gruber Pfizer President Inactive
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  20. kedavis Member
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    Stad (View Comment):

    Western Chauvinist (View Comment):

    I find this incident unfortunate in multiple ways.

    First, the incivility the father shows to the president of the United States (however questionable his tenure) in front of his child, is a poor example to set. Hopefully the kid doesn’t know his dad just told the president to eff off.

    Second, the horribly dangerous signal this sends to our enemies (and allies) that the “leader of the free world” is utterly clueless (and, one must assume, he’s being kept in the dark by his own people) about what’s happening in his own country. . .

    And, third, that the people actually running the country are so callous as to commit elder abuse of one of their own. When people this ruthless are in charge, it does not bode well for those of us who disagree with their worldview and their aims.

    My first reaction was amused incredulity, but my follow-on is regret that it ever happened.

    I agree with what you say, but it needed to be done. The Biden voters who still support him – and the rest of the world – need to know American citizens may be fickle when it comes to elections, but we look at contempt with politicians who change their positions and a press that hides the truth.

    As for our enemies, they already knew Biden was utterly clueless, and I wonder how much – if any – they had an influence in our election. We know Soros and Zuckerberg did, as well as Democrat judges in key states.

    You can respect the office but ridicule the occupant. If not, every political cartoonist in this country would be facing a firing squad. As I’ve said before, I would have gladly accepted an invitation to the White House to meet Bill Clinton or Barack Obama. I would have treated them with respect and dignity, as I would Joe and Jill if for whatever reason I got invited.

    I agree with everything else you wrote, but I would not have accepted an invitation to the White House to meet the Clintons or the Obamas, because I would realize that I was being used to bring attention to themselves.

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  21. kedavis Member
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    Western Chauvinist (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    I agree with what you say, but it needed to be done. The Biden voters who still support him – and the rest of the world – need to know American citizens may be fickle when it comes to elections, but we look at contempt with politicians who change their positions and a press that hides the truth.

    As for our enemies, they already knew Biden was utterly clueless, and I wonder how much – if any – they had an influence in our election. We know Soros and Zuckerberg did, as well as Democrat judges in key states.

    You can respect the office but ridicule the occupant. If not, every political cartoonist in this country would be facing a firing squad. As I’ve said before, I would have gladly accepted an invitation to the White House to meet Bill Clinton or Barack Obama. I would have treated them with respect and dignity, as I would Joe and Jill if for whatever reason I got invited.

    No one has more contempt for Joe Biden and his party than I do. But, while our enemies know Joe Biden is unsuited for the position he holds, did they know prior to this that his own people are keeping him in the dark? Even his wife?? I’m not sure that part was obvious, although his mental deficiencies were hard to miss.

    I think the implications were clear, otherwise any one or more of them would have somehow kept him from running.

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