Apparently, Democrat nominee Joe Biden deserved a participation award for advocating for “well-placed words” rather than resorting to “violent solutions.” As a result, he was somehow nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize despite taking virtually no action to achieve peace anywhere throughout his entire 47-year political career.
Ahead of the first 2020 presidential debate on Tuesday, Chris Bryant, a British Parliament and Labour Party member, announced that he has nominated Biden for the Nobel Peace Prize.
“When others have resorted to violent solutions, [Biden] has argued that the best force is the force of argument,” Bryant told The Standard.
“Because guns can stop a heart but well-placed words can change many hearts, and many hearts can change a world,” he explained.
The outlet reports his announcement seems aimed at positively influencing America’s public opinion about the former vice president ahead of the first presidential debate, which is just another example of liberals trying to prop Biden up as if he has had any accomplishment remotely close to that of President Trump.
If all it takes to achieve a nomination for the esteemed award is to promote saying nice things instead of violence, then every 5-year old in America deserves to be selected for a Nobel Peace Prize too. Simply encouraging “force of argument” as opposed to violence is not nearly enough to warrant a nomination.
Let’s be clear: Biden is a far cry away from being worthy of the same prize Martin Luther King Jr. was awarded for his vast efforts in promoting peace. He’s not even on the same playing field as the civil rights icon.
Biden has never negotiated a peace deal, never ended a conflict, and has never accomplished much of anything during his tenure in politics.
However, Biden was not nominated because he deserved it. It is obvious from the timing of it that he was chosen simply to add credit to his political record – a topic that will be discussed during the first presidential debate on Tuesday night.
This comes after President Trump was nominated for a THIRD Nobel Peace Prize within the past two months.
On Monday, a group of Australian professors nominated the president based on the “Trump Doctrine” foreign policy style that has achieved several groundbreaking peace deals in the Middle East. President Trump was nominated twice before for the Nobel Peace Prize last month for his UAE-Israel peace agreement as well as normalizing relations between Serbia, Kosovo, and Israel.
These monumental peace deals, which no other world leader has been able to come close to accomplishing, certainly warrant that Trump becomes the next laureate of the 2021 prize. Rather than being nominated for recommending that people say nice things, he was chosen for creating real peace between several turbulent war-torn countries.
This will surely play into President Trump’s favor come the debate, when Fox News moderator Chris Wallace questions the candidates on their records. We know one thing for sure: Biden’s empty record does not stand a chance next to the president. The debate stage will surely provide the president perhaps his biggest platform yet in showing Americans’ all he has achieved in the interest of the American people and our allies around the world.