The Month of August Has Been Absolutely Brutal for Biden Despite His Best Attempts to Hide


They say in politics, there are no “do-overs,” but if anyone ever needed one, it would be President Joe Biden.

Although the president tried to stay out of the public eye for the most part, vacationing on the beach or up in the mountains, he might have had a better month if he had just stayed in bed the whole time.

It’s bad enough when you read it piecemeal as it happens, but when everything that happened this month is put together, it’s astounding.

Fox News commentator Jim Nells did a great job of putting together the greatest flops of Biden’s month in a piece titled, “Joe Biden’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad month.”

Here are the highlights (or lowlights) of Biden’s August, starting with the “cringy” and going up to the “how the heck does he come back from this.”

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At a ceremony at the Grand Canyon in Arizona, the president forgot how many wonders of the world there are, stating, “Folks, it’s not hyperbole to suggest that there is no national treasure — none that is grander than the Grand Canyon — one of the Earth’s nine wonders.”

“Literally,” he added, just in case anyone missed the point.

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Later that day, the president told Stephanie Abrams, a reporter from The Weather Channel, that he had declared a national emergency on climate change.

Other Biden blunders included the president attempting to correct an announcer who accurately referred to Fumio Kishida as the Prime Minister of Japan. Biden apparently thought he was the President of Japan and addressed him as such.

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But’s that just the start.

The White House’s annual report to Congress on White House Office staff’s yearly salaries proved that Biden was right about one thing. There really is gender discrimination in the workplace — if you work at the White House.

An analysis of the report in the Wall Street Journal showed that women in the White House earned 80 cents for every $1 paid to men on average.

On top of that, Politico revealed that Hunter Biden’s legal team has cautioned prosecutors that, in the event of criminal charges against him, they would summon President Biden to testify in his son’s defense.

Chris Clark, the lawyer representing Hunter, stated in the letter reviewed by Politico that if the Justice Department pursued charges against Hunter, the President of the United States would be compelled to provide testimony as a witness.

And speaking of Hunter Biden, the New York Post cited a report stating that Joe Biden knows who brought the bag of cocaine into the White House. The person is in the “‘Biden family orbit’ — and the president allegedly knows who it is” the publication reported.

But it gets worse.

A shocking revelation has recently emerged through a letter from the National Archives and Records Administration, suggesting that President Joe Biden may have utilized pseudonyms in approximately 5,400 emails and electronic records during his time as vice president.

According to the Daily Mail, the revelation came in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed by the Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF), aiming to uncover emails related to aliases Biden has used, including Robin Ware, Robert L. Peters, and JRB Ware.

The specific emails have not yet been provided, which leads us to believe that the following months may not be that great for the president either.

But of all the no-good, horrible things that may have happened to, or as a result of Joe Biden, the worst was undoubtedly his handling of the Maui disaster caused by the wildfires.

With over 100 people confirmed dead and nearly 1,000 people still missing, Joe Biden complained that the ground was too hot and then went on to tell a story about a kitchen fire in which he nearly lost his cat and his Corvette, which wasn’t even true.

The president’s tone-deaf, callous approach to this human tragedy cannot be overstated.

To top it all, extending federal relief to Maui residents may be contingent on passing a bill giving $24.1 billion more to Ukraine, while Maui residents will receive a pittance in the form of a one-time $700 check.

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It’s no wonder that the last horrible thing on the list is the result of a recent CNN poll, which indicated that 75 percent of Democratic and Democrat-leaning voters prefer a different nominee for the party in the 2024 election rather than Biden.

Actually, that poll came out a little earlier than August but it is included here because although it may be bad news for Biden, it is very good news for the rest of America.

CORRECTION, Aug. 30, 2023: President Joe Biden claimed he almost lost his Corvette in a house fire. An earlier version of this article misidentified the car as a Camaro.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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