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September 1, 2023 | Biden Spent 40% of Presidency on Vacation

Martin Armstrong

Martin Arthur Armstrong is current chairman and founder of Armstrong Economics. He is best known for his economic predictions based on the Economic Confidence Model, which he developed.

Karine Jean-Pierre must take a deep breath when Peter Doocy enters the room, hence why she rarely calls on him for a question. Doocy has become emboldened with his inquiries and is one of the only journalists willing to ask the tough questions. Doocy’s latest doozy: “It seems like the hurricane response so far is robust. Did you guys realize that the initial Hawaiian wildfire was not that good or is it just easier for people to get help from the White House when [Biden] is not on vacation?”

Biden’s propaganda specialist replied by saying the current administration replied in record time. “So, the premise of your question & the way you posed [it], I disagree…If you talk to…the governor…the folks on the ground, they would say…[he] reacted in record time,” KJP stated. Biden’s first response to the Maui fires was, “No comment.” The island was burning down and Biden sat idly on a beach Delaware for ten days without a care in the world. He offered the people of Maui $700, a mere fraction of what he gave to the people of Ukraine that same week, and did not rush to visit the island. The people did not want him to visit anyway.

The people of Maui booed Biden when he arrived and set up signs after he left to show how displeased they were. Biden made jokes about the ground being hot and then said he could empathize with the people who lost everything, as he once almost lost his corvette in a fire.

Joe Biden has spent 40% of his time in office on vacation. He has taken 360 vacation days since taking over the White House amid one of the worst multitudes of crises in US history. This proves that someone else is in control. No one in any occupation could take off 40% of the time and do their job effectively.

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September 1st, 2023

Posted In: Armstrong Economics

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