Joe Biden is a coward and a snake, and he is entirely dependent on Saudi Arabia's oil.
It is common for a president to be elected who is willing to breach all of his or her campaign promises due to this confluence of circumstances. This isn't being done for the welfare of the country as a whole, but rather to soothe the unrest brought on by high petrol prices and rapid inflation.
In order to save their butts before the midterm elections, the administration of President Joe Biden is willing and able to travel more than 7,000 miles across the United States.
Consider that the United States is capable of producing and refining its own oil, a development that we have all benefited from during Trump's presidency. The absurdity of this position is reinforced.
Because to President Trump's ability to unlock the potential of the American people, he has been a great success. As soon as Joe Biden shattered Trump's energy program, the United States lost all of its previously accrued advantages.
Joe Biden appears to have softened some of the negative remarks he hurled at Saudi Arabia during his presidential campaign.
The murder of former journalist Jamal Khashoggi of the Washington Post will not be broached during President Joe Biden's visit to Saudi Arabia, he said during a press conference on Thursday.
President-elect Biden made a promise to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for numerous human rights violations throughout his 2020 presidential campaign, including the death of Jamal Khashoggi, which was ordered by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
President Joe Biden's response to the question regarding Khashoggi's murder during Thursday's press conference in Israel was to declare that he has never been afraid to speak out about the importance of human rights.
Pres. Biden would not commit to whether he would bring up Jamal Khashoggi when he meets with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman: "My position on Khashoggi has been so clear, if anybody doesn't understand it…then they haven't been around for a while." https://t.co/ysTetYsUy7 pic.twitter.com/aodRtHcdTt
— ABC News (@ABC) July 14, 2022
The reporter asked a question, and this was the response.
A number of human rights groups have expressed their displeasure with President Biden's trip to Saudi Arabia. And they've forced him to address the killing of writer Jamal Khashoggi, as well as the relationship between Saudi Arabia's leadership and those responsible for September 11th.
Before he left for the Middle East, President Biden indicated that the objective of his trip was to create a new and more positive chapter in U.S.-Middle Eastern relations.
There have been reports that President Biden was able to convince the Saudi Crown Prince not to shake hands during their meeting in Riyadh.
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) July 15, 2022
It's a risky move for Biden to not bring up the journalist's death, as he's already on the cusp of a backlash among Democrats' far-left side. In the absence of their support and the backing of progressives, Joe Biden's chances of reelection are virtually nonexistent.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Examiner News.