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Joe Biden Makes Another, Horrible Foreign Policy Decision

Joe Biden Makes Another, Horrible Foreign Policy Decision

When my younger brother was a little boy, he used to lie about his accomplishments.

Why? Because as the youngest of five siblings — all of whom had achieved some success in different ways in school — he felt insecure, not yet having grown into his own. As a result, he would often brag about himself to make up for that feeling of deficiency. As he got older, more mature, and achieved things independently, he grew out of that as a teenager.

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But Joe Biden never did.

He’s always suffered from this problem of being wrong and knowing it. This is why he lies so much about himself. It’s why he lied about his background and had to drop out of his first run for president in the 1988 race. It’s why, even to this day, he’s always creating stories out of whole cloth about his achievements — to make himself seem more intelligent and more heroic than he is. It’s why he’s constantly insisting he’s right, even when he’s demonstrably wrong, as in Afghanistan. Because to admit he’s wrong would go to that severely insecure place that he’s never seemed able to conquer.

Unfortunately, at the base of it all, he’s still that guy who’s been wrong about foreign policy for the last four decades, as Barack Obama’s Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said.

He’s the guy everyone made fun of until he had to be the Democratic standard-bearer in 2020 for the Democrats to grab back power. This is how Politico described Biden in 2009 after he made comments that got the administration in trouble over the swine flu virus. “These sorts of comments are what the Obama administration fears from Biden, who after more than three decades in Washington is known for making gaffes.”

Since he came into office, Joe Biden has made horrible foreign policy decisions.

He’s given strength to Russia with his decision on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, giving them a hold over the EU and hurting our energy position in the world. He managed to offend France so deeply they pulled their ambassador — and he didn’t even know what was going on, according to his climate czar, John Kerry. His worst disaster — Afghanistan — cost 13 American service members and at least 170 Afghans their lives. He left Americans and Afghan allies there and lied that he would keep troops there to save them. They’re still there, and he’s off on vacation in Delaware, not a care in the world.

Now, he’s made another decision that’s fraught with problems, just like his failure to pursue proper action in Afghanistan.

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Biden has lifted sanctions on two Iranian entities, the Mammut Industrial group and its subsidiary Mammut Diese, involved in Iran’s missile program — sanctions put in place by President Donald Trump to prevent Iran from developing or developing use a nuclear weapon. Biden did this, just as they are believed to be producing enough nuclear fuel to build a bomb.

In a statement that seems typical of the Biden Administration’s to say the opposite of the truth, a spokesperson claimed that relieving the sanctions does “not reflect any change in U.S. government sanctions policy towards Iran.”

Cross-posted from Red State

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