Jill Biden Attacked After This

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During a Democratic National Committee fundraiser on Saturday (July 16), First Lady Jill Biden expressed her concern about her husband’s unpopular presidency and how “problems of the moment” had prevented him from pursuing his agenda.

Speaking at the event in Nantucket, Massachusetts, the first Lady lamented how Biden’s “many hopes and plans for things he wanted to do” had been foiled because “he had to address the problems of the moment.”

She continued stating, “[the President] just had so many things thrown his way. Who would have ever thought about what happened with Roe v Wade? Well, maybe we saw it coming, but still, we didn’t believe it.”

Mrs. Biden’s remarks were quickly dissected by pundits, with Bush-era White House press secretary Dana Perino honing in on the fact that the First Lady was speaking in the past tense, as though Biden’s Presidency was already over.

“That really is interesting,” Perino, a co-host on Fox News’s “The Five,” remarked.

“She’s basically saying the presidency is kind of over, and there is no hope – There was no ‘but we’ve got this, and here’s what we’re going to do, and you’ve got to be with us'” Perino continued.

Co-host Greg Gutfield, also pointed out that Jill Biden’s statements convey an established belief that Democrats silently rely on Republicans to take control of serious issues, enabling them to pursue issues related to their social concerns, and that how despite Americans facing the repercussions of the crises, Jill had managed to make Biden the victim.

“I do love how, you know, you got inflation, you got war, you got crime, but the real victim here is Joe,” Gutfield remarked.

He continued, “During times of prosperity, it’s kind of an interesting thing… the left relies on Republicans to kind of keep things going so that they can chase the folly: the pronouns, the silliness.”