Biden’s Promise Of “Empathy Matters” Has Fallen Very Short Of His Actions

President Joe Biden has no problem visiting his donor’s natural disaster sites and construction sites. The optics are very nicely put together for him. That gives Biden the ability to talk about climate change and why his trillions of spending dollars will make that happen. When Biden visited the Clayco construction site, he had the chance to speak about Covid-19 vaccine mandates that he was pushing.

After Darrell Brooks drove a red Ford Escape through a Christmas parade crowd? Nothing.

That’s why he didn’t visit. Biden’s only optics were against bail reform, Black Americans, and he believed Brooks was a monster for doing what he did. Biden couldn’t have said anything about the climate, COVID-19, or Republicans.

Instead, Jill Biden, first lady, and Douglas Emhoff, Vice President Kamala Harris’ husband, visited Waukesha weeks after the disaster.

Press Secretary Jen Psaki said, “Obviously any president going to visit a community requires a lot of assets and requires taking their resources. And it’s not something that I have a trip to preview at this point, but we remain in touch with local officials.”

Biden won’t do anything without personal or official benefit. Why do you think Joe and Hunter Biden shared a bank account when Hunter was with Burisma and worked for a Chinese investment firm.

Wisconsin Public Radio confirmed that “White House officials said Biden and Emhoff will travel to New York City on Wednesday morning followed by stops in Milwaukee and Waukesha in the afternoon.”

It’s not sure that they will be traveling because of the Christmas parade massacre or something else, but we can assume it’s for that.

Biden has a track record of showing no remorse, so it’s not surprising that he would skip the trip. Biden kept eyeing his watch while the 13 soldiers from Afghanistan were unloaded from planes. Even the fact-checkers confirmed this, told people in the areas of hurricane paths that the best way to protect themselves in the event of a natural disaster is to get vaccinated, and called Kyle Rittenhouse and White supremacist.

But wait, Biden said he was running on a campaign of unity and empathy, right? Biden’s own words were, “Empathy matters. Compassion matters. We have to reach out to one another and heal this country, and that’s what I’ll do as president.”

That’s verifiably false.