by Joseph DeMaio, ©2021
(Nov. 23, 2021) — No friend of conservative thought or principles, New York Magazine writer Jonathan Chait correctly states – better late than never – that “the cold reality for Biden is that his presidency is on the brink of failure.”
The only problem with that statement is that it improperly uses the term “brink,” which connotes a future, impending collapse. Had Chait been paying attention prior to the 2020 “election,” he would or should have known that any administration headed up by the Goofball would already be in a downward-spiraling disintegration by sundown, Jan. 20, 2021.
That said, the regime’s metastasizing failure continues unabated as time goes by. And every time the Goof opens his mouth – or expels gas – the situation gets worse. The most recent example of the Goof’s mendacity comes in the form of his reaction to the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse. Recall that while he acknowledges that the jury’s verdict must be accepted, he remains “angry and concerned…”
Angry about what? Concerned about what? And the Goof’s press flak, Jen Psaki, did little to bring clarity to whether he was prepared to apologize to Rittenhouse for painting him as a “white supremacist.”
Remember, this is the person who ran a campaign that included a campaign ad portraying Kyle Rittenhouse as a white supremacist in the run-up to the 2020 general “election.”
As noted here, it is beyond hypocritical for the Goof to slander and defame Rittenhouse – falsely and with malicious intent – as a white supremacist after eulogizing a former “Exalted Cyclops” of the Ku Klux Klan, a group synonymous with “white supremacy,” as a “friend,” a “mentor” and a “guide.” The Goof, of course, was describing Senator Robert (“KKK”) Byrd following his demise in 2010.
Merriam-Webster defines the term “friend” as “a person who you like and enjoy being with” and “a person who helps or supports someone or something (such as a cause or charity).” The same dictionary defines the term “mentor” as “someone who teaches or gives help and advice to a less experienced and often younger person.” Finally, the term “guide” is defined as “one that leads or directs another’s way” and “a person who directs another’s conduct or course of life.”
Against the backdrop of these definitions – terms specifically selected by the Goof – an argument could be made that he considered the former KKK Exalted Cyclops to be someone who he admired and enjoyed being around; who he believed was at one time supportive of white supremacy; who may have given him help and advice on that topic; and who may have assisted in directing his conduct with regard to white supremacy.
If true, would that not make the Goof a prime candidate for the title of “Uber White Supremacist?” After all, he proudly tells everyone of how he crushed that bad dude “Corn Pop.”
The fact that Byrd disavowed the KKK once he rose to power among the Democrats in the Senate – being elevated to Senate Majority Leader between 1987 and 1989 – does not alter the fact that well after Byrd’s KKK disavowal, the Goof was still calling him a friend, a mentor and a guide. If instead a Republican were involved, those prior sentiments would forever be unforgivable and never subject to repentance.
And if libeling Kyle Rittenhouse – yes, Virginia, the publishing and propagating of a campaign ad maliciously and falsely accusing someone other than your opponent of being a “white supremacist” is not merely “slander,” it is in addition “libel” – serves the purpose of garnering votes for an “election” and ousting of President Trump from office, so be it.
The Goof’s effort to worm his way to victory in the 2020 “election” by painting Kyle Rittenhouse as a white supremacist in a campaign ad is as malevolent as it is mendacious… oh, and laughably hypocritical, too.
Then again, as your humble servant has on past occasions noted: if hypocrisy did not already exist, a liberal – especially a goofy liberal – would invent it at breakfast if only to avoid starvation before lunch. To liberals, now primarily the Democrats who “elected” the Goof as Flatulator-in-Chief, hypocrisy is like air: survival for more than a minute or two without it is impossible.