First Lady Jill Biden is embarking on a solo trip this week, leaving behind the confines of Washington, D.C. to make her way to Augusta, Georgia, followed by a visit to Pennsylvania. Notably absent from her side is her husband, President Joe Biden. Perhaps he was too busy taking a nap or forgetting where he put his dentures.
According to reports from 2 WSB Atlanta, Mrs. Biden’s agenda in Augusta includes meetings with local officials, union leaders, and educators to discuss job creation and economic opportunities. How original. We’ve heard all about the Biden administration’s so-called “Bidenomics” before, and it’s done nothing but inflate our national debt while stifling small businesses. But hey, let’s keep pushing that failed agenda, why don’t we?
While in Augusta, Mrs. Biden will meet with local government, union leaders and educators with plans to discuss investments in creating jobs. https://t.co/OBioCbpv5s
— WSB-TV (@wsbtv) November 4, 2023
After wrapping up in Georgia, the first lady will hop on a plane (likely paid for by hardworking taxpayers) and jet off to Pennsylvania, where she’ll essentially deliver the same talking points to another group of unsuspecting locals. It seems like a typical day for the Biden administration: talk a lot, accomplish very little. But I guess we shouldn’t expect much from a president who prefers to hide in his basement rather than get out there and meet the American people.
Speaking of President Biden, where is he? It seems like Jill Biden is always off on her own, representing the administration while her husband is nowhere to be found. It’s almost as if he’s completely checked out, relying on his wife to do the heavy lifting. Meanwhile, former President Donald Trump, a true leader who knows the importance of engaging with voters, is out there tirelessly campaigning. Trump understands that campaigning is about connecting with the American people and earning their trust, something Biden seems to have forgotten.
In the end, Biden’s absence from the campaign trail is just another example of his lack of strong leadership and dedication to the American people. While he might still consider himself the frontrunner for the 2024 election, it’s clear that his strategy of hiding in his basement and relying on his wife to do the work isn’t fooling anyone. It’s time for a president who isn’t afraid to roll up his sleeves and get things done.