In less than two months in office, Sleepy Joe has proven to be the worst president of all time, especially when it comes to foreign relations.
This isn’t surprising because Obama wasn’t the greatest either…but by comparison, Biden makes Barry O look like an expert.
We could sit here and talk about how Trump, even with ZERO political experience, was lightyears ahead of both men, but it would be a waste of time. We already know how Trump helped usher in new eras of peace in both the Far East and the Middle East.
While Obama was busy bowing so low he could see his own reflection in some foreign leaders’ shoes, Biden seems content with destroying every relationship with some of the most antagonistic countries on the planet.
Trump had active talks with North Korea and their dictator, Kim Jong Un; Sleepy Joe’s administration can’t even get them to answer a phone call, and the North Koreans are pushing back on the standing sanctions placed against them.
If that wasn’t enough, Sleepy Joe just went and publicly called the sitting President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, a “soulless killer,” prompting Putin to usher a veiled threat back towards Biden, wishing him “good health.”
Can you believe it?
Joe Biden: The Great Miscommunicator
A foreign leader has the audacity to threaten an American President like that?
It shouldn’t matter if you’re on the Left or the Right. Both sides should see how unacceptable that is…
But what do you expect when all Joe Biden projects is weakness?
However, as bad as foreign relations have been for Biden, it looks like they’re about to get worse.
US Secretary of State Tony Blinken just overstepped his bounds with Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi during the administrations’ first official talks with the communist country’s regime. As a result, talks may break down even further if some kind of common ground and respect can’t be found.
Well, right of the bat, Blinken began spouting off about the “rules-based international order” and expressed “deep concerns” with China’s behavior in “Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan, cyberattacks on the United States, [and] economic coercion toward our allies.”
Now…here’s the thing: he’s not wrong.
China’s government is TERRIBLE for most of its people and has been doing TERRIBLE things to many that fall under the regime’s umbrella…
But to come out of the gate with these kinds of accusations is not only uncouth but also counterproductive. It puts the Chinese delegation on the defensive instead of giving them a willingness to work together to solve these issues.
And China’s diplomat had no problem expressing this.
US Breaks Protocol And ATTACKS Chinese Delegation
After Blinken overstepped, Diplomat Jiechi reminded the new Secretary that there is a way to do things. There’s a protocol to how these talks go, and this wasn’t it.
Jiechi said, “China is firmly opposed to U.S. interference in China’s internal affairs … On human rights, we hope the United States will do better on human rights. China has made steady progress in human rights, and the fact is that there are many problems within the United States regarding human rights, which is admitted by the U.S. itself as well. … The challenges facing the United States in human rights are deep-seated. They did not just emerge over the past four years, such as ‘Black Lives Matter.’ It did not come up only recently.”
Of course, we know this is blustering BS – and while the US is nowhere NEAR as bad a China that keeps their country’s Muslim population in prison camps, the fact is that America has had some dark days when it comes to human rights.
However, unlike China, we’ve actually made progress on our shortfalls while they continue to use the Uyghurs as slave labor.
The problem is, you can’t start diplomatic relations like this off on the wrong foot. It sets a bad precedent.
Biden’s administration is making blunder after blunder, and it may be just a matter of time until it gets the US into some kind of conflict.
What we do know for sure is this is not a good look for Biden or the US and it may be time to call in the big guns.
I mean, Hunter Biden and Eric Swalwell both seem to have good relationships with the Chinese…
Maybe they should be tapped for the next round of talks?
“Diplomacy is the art of telling people to go to hell in such a way that they ask for directions.” – Winston Churchill