Despite his flaws, joe biden has a lot to be proud of. He passed several major pieces of legislation, held his factionalized party together, and defied history in the midterms.
If he keeps up the good work, Biden could be in a very strong position in 2024. But he may face some challenges in the meantime, especially if a recession hits in 2023 or 2024.
1. He’s a liar
If you look at his entire career, Joe Biden has been a pathological liar. He has always told lies and now that he is running for president, he tells new lies to keep his campaign going.
When he was in the Senate, Biden often used storytelling to get his point across. However, this style can also make him forget important details or omit crucial information. This can be particularly harmful when he’s trying to make an argument that doesn’t have any basis in reality.
He also has a tendency to embellish and exaggerate the facts of his stories, so that they sound more compelling. He does this to appeal to his audience and to make them believe that his story is the truth.
During his time in the Senate, Biden was a leading advocate for tough-on-crime legislation. He pushed for measures that stiffened prison sentences, expanded the death penalty, added more police officers to the streets, and funded new prisons.
But he was also a big proponent of immigration reform. He supported a bipartisan effort to pass the 1994 federal crime bill, which made tougher penalties for drug offenses and created prisons for people with violent criminal records.
The law also made it easier to deport immigrants who had committed crimes in the past. But it was also criticized for contributing to the rise of mass incarceration.
As a result of this, many voters are skeptical about the legitimacy of his campaign. In fact, a recent poll found that 70% of Republicans think that the 2020 election was stolen and that Biden is not the legitimate president.
Despite these negatives, Biden has managed to maintain his front-runner status in the campaign. He has won several legislative victories and even killed al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, but his approval ratings remain low. This has caused him to lose his top donors and the support of key Obama staffers.
2. He’s a sexist
During his campaign, Biden was dogged by questions about his approach to women. Eight women have accused him of touching them in a way that made them feel uncomfortable, and he has been criticized for commenting on the physical appearance of young girls on the campaign trail.
As president, Biden will take on these issues head-on. He will create a White House Council on Gender Equality, chaired by a senior member of the Executive Office of the President, to guide and coordinate government policy that impacts women and girls.
He will also elevate women into high-level national security and foreign policy appointments. His Cabinet and federal workforce will reflect the diversity of America, with an aim to achieve gender parity.
His administration will be a strong force in the fight against racial discrimination and hate crimes, working to end the scourge of violence against people of color. He will support legislation that makes it a crime to lie about race and ethnicity, and will issue an Executive Order that promotes inclusion of the federal workforce in ways President Trump has ignored.
In an interview with a black reporter, Biden confused World War II fighter pilots with the Tuskegee Airmen, a government study that aimed to determine if syphilis could be passed from white men to black men through their wives. He also made the racially insensitive claim that all Latinos are illegal aliens subject to deportation.
In a press conference a few days later, Biden again confused racial issues. He said, “They are used to being experimented on–the Tuskegee Airmen and others,” and added, “They are also used to being treated like dogs.” This remark was so sexist that it barely registered in the media.
3. He’s a racist
In a speech to a predominantly black crowd in Danville, Virginia, Joe Biden said that “the poison of white supremacy” needs to be rejected. It was an inflammatory statement that black politician Nikki Davis criticized as divisive and unhelpful in a time of racial tension.
As the 2020 election approached, Biden was focusing on a series of racial initiatives designed to help non-whites and to combat systemic racism, in particular white privilege. These initiatives were aimed at fighting against a Republican agenda that was threatening the voting rights of non-whites in critical swing states.
While these racial initiatives might sound promising, they also raise some important questions. The first is whether Biden can actually make progress in addressing systemic racism.
The second question is how he intends to implement these initiatives. Among other things, Biden has emphasized that he wants to pursue “targeting within universalism,” which is a more inclusive strategy than one that emphasizes aiding non-whites only. This approach is based on the theory that by offering a broader range of assistance to disadvantaged groups, it is more likely to be politically feasible and thus more popular.
But this strategy, if enacted, would disproportionately benefit non-whites who are over-represented at the bottom of the economic ladder and who have higher rates of unemployment and underemployment than Whites. This is why it is so important that the policies he pursues be politically feasible and can be implemented.
While he is attempting to promote this agenda, Biden must be aware that his efforts are being undermined by a racist President and an intolerant Republican Congress that would be more than willing to block any racial justice measures they don’t like. As such, he must redouble his efforts to sway the vote of non-white voters and defeat any attempts by Republicans to curtail their rights to vote.
4. He’s a narcissist
Joe Biden has a serious case of narcissism, according to research from National Review. He’s also a hypocrite who doesn’t want to admit his mistakes.
As it turns out, he’s not alone in this trait. Researchers have found that narcissists are often prone to egomania and grandiosity. Narcissists are especially good at manipulating people, and they often have a high need for attention.
One of the most obvious ways that narcissism manifests is in politicians. Politicians tend to take on a narcissistic personality, which makes it difficult for them to act responsibly and in the best interest of their country.
In fact, according to a recent study, narcissists are more likely to lead the United States to war than non-narcissists. This is because narcissists are able to see war as a way to show their strength and win favor.
Aside from this, narcissists are also prone to bullying and sexism. This is why it’s so important to be able to identify them.
Joe Biden’s narcissism can be seen in the way that he acts towards women and girls. He’s extremely touchy, always holding, nuzzling, and even Eskimo kissing them. This behavior is not only inappropriate, but it shows a lack of empathy for other people.
It’s also not good for his health, as it can cause him to become irritable and aggressive. This could negatively affect his relationships with other people.
It’s also worth noting that narcissists are usually very good at manipulation, which can make it difficult for them to stay in a job or handle their finances responsibly. This is why it’s so important for people to be able to recognize this trait in politicians and not let it get the better of them.
5. He’s a hypocrite
Joe Biden has a habit of mishandling classified documents. This is why Republicans are accusing him of hypocrisy.
The news that more classified documents have been found at his home in Delaware has given Republicans an opportunity to attack President Joe Biden. The discovery of these documents has been a huge political headache for the president and his party.
But it’s also giving Democrats a chance to reframe the narrative about their party and their new majority in the House of Representatives. It’s a narrative that they haven’t been able to make any headway on in the past, and it could be the start of something major.
It’s a chance to paint the Republicans in a bad light, and it’s a chance to make a case for why they should be taken out of power. In short, it’s a chance to demonize the new GOP House as extreme and corrupt.
The latest development in this drama has come a week after the White House told Congress that a handful of classified files from Biden’s time as vice president were discovered in his former office. The files were allegedly found by his staff in November but were not made public until last week, days before the midterm elections.
While it’s true that the discovery of the files was unexpected, it doesn’t change the fact that they were found in a location where they shouldn’t have been. They should have been turned over to the government as soon as they were discovered.
So if we want to be honest with ourselves, then it’s time for the American people to recognize that Joe Biden is a hypocrite. He’s one of the most narcissistic people in the United States, and he doesn’t have any humility. He’s also a racist, a sexist and a liar.