Ménage à Trois – Joe, Jill, and Kamala

First allow me to clear up something that I’ve said that might be misleading. I’ve routinely repeated the phrase, “I don’t do conspiracies.” It has come to my attention that what I really want to say is, “I don’t do conspiracy theories.”

That said, it would be remiss of me not to point out that there is a very thin line between “conspiracy” and “conspiracy theory.” Most conspiracies, in fact, start out as theories until enough evidence has snow-balled making the one-time theory undeniable and then the theory moves into the realm of a conspiracy, something that has occurred and has been covered up.

For instance, the conspiracy theories surrounding the JFK assassination. Do I think there’s more to JFK’s assassination than the official story we’re being fed by our government? Yes, so it’s evident that there is some kind of conspiracy surrounding JFK’s death. But to date, none of the scenarios presented has gathered enough evidence to transition from the realm of conspiracy theory to actual conspiracy, and I’ve entertained some very believable scenarios.

Okay, moving on. While I started blogging prior to the 2020 election, my social media presence (FaceBook and Twitter), that was starting to garner somewhat of a following, came to an end just prior to the inauguration of Joe Biden. I had made a pledge on social media that if I was wrong about the outcome of the election, I would pack it in and walk away. Very early on the day after election night, it became apparent that something stunk in Denmark. They say “hope springs eternal,” and I kept hoping that something would occur to blow the lid off of what seemed very fishy. After all, George W Bush was not declared the actual victor of the 2000 election for almost five weeks. But alas, it was not to be. As every hope of an election turnover evaporated, I finally accepted that things would stay as they were, at least until Biden was installed. In the end, dropping off the heavily censored FaceBook and Twitter is what prompted me to add podcasting and video presentations, via YouTube and Rumble, to my blogging repertoire.

To the election… was there a conspiracy to oust President Trump and install Joe Biden? It certainly seems that way but, it’s all still conjecture, at this point, i.e, conspiracy theory. Until some hard evidence surfaces, and it seems we’re actually getting closer to that, it’s still all just theory. But, one has to wonder why election workers, most of them Democrats in the key states, tried to hold Republican poll watchers at arm’s length during the counting, and then why audits were resisted for so long, and now finally why AG Merrick Garland seems to think he has the authority to intervene in states’ matters regarding the audits that are finally being conducted? What are these people so afraid of? That’s rhetorical.

Anyway, while all this goes on, I’d like to take a look at what we got stuck with, i.e, the Biden-Harris administration. I feel bad that I’ve ignore them. So, are we getting our money’s worth, or has there been an uptick in buyer’s remorse?

By all accounts, Joe Biden seems to be asleep at the wheel and, most probably, getting his marching orders from someone else. Kamala Harris has proved to be a disaster so it’s no wonder that she didn’t have any support as a presidential candidate and literally dropped out of the primary race before anyone else including Maryann Williamson, the “All You Need Is Love” candidate. And finally, the unelected representative, Doktor Jill Biden – no relation to any real doctor you know. She seems to be a lot more involved in things than would appear healthy to me, after all, she was not elected to anything.

Now, concentrating on who seems to be the workhorse of the administration, although she ain’t earning her oats as far as I can tell, Kamala Harris. Some have opined that the job of VP might be one of the easiest jobs in government and that, my friends, is a very low bar. Many VP’s are known for not doing very much, but Kamala Harris has reached a new low in that competition. While some VP’s do little to nothing, Kamala Harris is on track, at this point, to do less than nothing. Is anyone really surprised?

One of the reasons that VP’s are not trusted, so to speak, by the boss, POTUS, is that often times the VP is forced upon the presidential candidate by the big-wigs in the party for one reason or another… that is until Donald Trump came along. He seemed to ignore the, so-called, “party leaders.” But I digress… the first presidential candidate that I became thoroughly familiar with was another outsider, Ronald Reagan. From all I was able to ascertain, he and George H W Bush were never friendly and Bush was, essentially, forced upon Reagan by the party that told him he wouldn’t, or couldn’t (I’m not sure which, at this point), win if he didn’t “go along to get along.”

Bush41’s presidency was an anomaly. He had all the good will garnered by the two terms of Reagan and he rode Reagan’s coattails to one of the biggest landslides ever and destroyed all that good will in four short years making him a one-termer. Was his choice of Dan Qualye voluntary? I really can’t answer for that, and I don’t know what Qualye brought to the table for Bush, but Dan Qualye quickly faded away after the Bush loss.

I can definitely say that there was no love lost between Clinton and Gore. Likewise, between Obama and Biden. It seems to me that Obama, with so little experience needed someone with, as they said (over and over again) at the time, “gravitas,” and Joe, had the needed “gravitas.” Additionally, I can’t comment on Bush and Cheney… some used to say, regarding Cheney’s known heart condition, that George Bush was a heartbeat away from the presidency. I’ll let you think about that.

And, by the way, why didn’t Barack Obama pick Hillary Clinton as his running mate? Wouldn’t that have seemed like the logical thing to do? The first black president, well, not counting Bubba, and, okay, he was only half black, and the first woman vice president. They could have coasted on the adulation of the media over that historic first for probably the whole eight years of Barry’s presidency. After all, the only thing Barry really had to his name was that he rammed Obama-care down our throats without one Republican vote. Oh, and the charge that President Trump was a “birther” for talking about the possibility of Obama’s foreign birth… Guess who started that rumor when she was running against Barry in the primary? Yep, definitely no love lost between the Clintons and the Obamas. I’m surprised Barry chose Hilly as his Secretary of State. I can only guess that that was done under some duress.

And finally, the current love-hate relationship of Biden and Harris. And I’m not, necessarily, talking about Joe. Remember how Harris savaged Joe during the debates? In fact, I watched as Colbert essentially sat stumped, with his teeth in his mouth, when he asked Harris how she could serve as Joe’s second after the things she said. Harris tried to pooh-pooh it and claimed. “It was a debate.” Her answer to Colbert’s second question as to whether she had been genuine when she said those things again issued forth in the jaw-dropping, “It was a debate.” Colbert looked dumbfounded. Here was a Vice-President admitting that she had lied to get elected.

Doktor Jill Biden didn’t take it so lightly, Doktor Jill “told a group of close supporters that Kamala Harris could “go f*** herself” (and she used the full expletive) after the then-Senator Harris attacked Joe Biden during the June 2019 Democratic primary debate regarding his record in the US Senate. And to date, the good Doktor has neither apologized nor walked it back. Her response to any such question is that she’s moved on. Regarding the relationship between Jillie and Kammie? It’s fair to say there’s no love lost there.

Concentrating on the VP, Kamala Harris has now been given the job of fixing the border crisis by her boss. I’m not sure whether she laughed or cried when she heard that, although she always seems to have a cackle for everything, serious or funny. Some think the border job is payback for how she treated Joe in the debates.

So, it’s been what, almost three months since Kammie was given the task of fixing the border crisis and she has yet to go there. Even liberals and the media dweebs are starting to wonder what she’s doing. She keeps talking about “root causes”. She kicked ABC’s Lester Holt to the curb when he repeated in disbelief, “but you haven’t been to the border”? To which Kammie retorted, “Well, I haven’t been to Europe either.” Nobody is really sure of the logical connection between Holt’s question and Harris’ condescending answer. I mean, who does Lester Holt think he is questioning the VP who, btw, is merely a servant of the people?

When asked when she will go to the border to see what the Biden admin’s policies have wrought down there, Harris has droned on and on about going to Central America to find out what the “root cause” of thousands fleeing their homes to come to America when Biden, essentially, said, “Come on up, there’s free money for you up here.” It ain’t rocket science.

Additionally, and this needs to be added, the people coming over the border are not only South and Central Americans. There are people from all over the world coming across the border from Mexico and they didn’t walk there from Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. While the lion’s share of people coming across the border are from Central America, there are people representing over 100 countries worldwide joining them. So, what could the “root causes” be?

Let’s talk about how to deal with a crisis, and make no mistake, what’s happening at the border is a genuine humanitarian crisis. For instance, prior to Pearl Harbor, America was putting the pressure on Japan in a number of different ways. The ultimate end of that soured relationship is that Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. We were attacked by the Japanese and I don’t remember anyone wondering what the root causes of such an action were. Regardless of what those root causes might have been, we went to war with Japan to settle the score.

Do you think that comparison is too harsh? 2,403 Americans died in the attack on Pearl Harbor. How many Americans have died, and are dying, from the fentanyl being smuggled over the border on the persons of migrants in debt to the cartels for getting them here? How many terrorists, with intent to do harm, are coming over the border masquerading as migrants? Are we in a battle for the soul of America? Some might say we’re at war and the worst part is that America’s enemy, in this case, is the Democrat Party.

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Published by Paul J DiBartolo

I'm the Most Rational Man in the World.

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