August 4, 2021

Vice President Joe Biden’s ‘Perverted’ Thinking

biden_gaffesBending himself into proverbial pretzels, Vice President Joe Biden, who won’t call a jihadist a jihadist or a terrorist a terrorist, on Saturday called the slaying of four Marines and a sailor at a Chattanooga reserve center the act of a “perverted jihadist.”

“Perverted” should be attached as an adjective to the title of President Barack Obama. It is perverted to get yourself elected as president of a country when your only perverted mission is to utterly transform and destroy it.

And it’s perverted of Biden to go along with all Obama is doing to main-street Americans after all his country has done for him.

Biden, who often gets by with a guffaw because of the trademark goof with which he came into public office, is a genuine perverted pipsqueak when it comes to his stony silence on the current Planned Parenthood scandal. Planned Parenthood continue to sell aborted baby parts on the open market as if they are widgets—and nary a word from the “Catholic” vice president.

We all can only imagine how some mourners at the Chattanooga Memorial must have felt upon hearing the vice president of the United States describe the human carnage of the Islamist killer of the four Marines and a sailor as the act of a “perverted jihadist”.

You can water down your whiskey, Mr. Vice President, but never an act of terrorism.

There are times when the use of politically correct language twists like another knife in the hearts of the grieving.

If calling their slaughter an act of a “perverted jihadist” wasn’t bad enough, Biden used words better suited to al Jazeera when he droned on about what could have been Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez’s intent.

“These perverse ideologues, warped theocrats, they may be able to inspire a single lone wolf to commit a savage act, but they can never, never threaten who we are,” Biden said. “When this perverted jihadist struck, everyone responded.” (AP, April 15, 2015 )

Everyone that is, except for Biden’s boss Barack Obama.

In point of fact, authorities probing the tragedy have yet to even categorize it as a terrorist attack:

“The vice president’s strong words contrast with the official comments of investigators who have not yet been able to determine a motive behind the attack. The FBI has said it has not been able to determine whether the 24-year-old Abdulazeez was “radicalized” before the July 16 attacks and has been treating him as a homegrown violent extremist. (AP)

Speaking before Biden, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter said officials may never know “what combination of disturbed mind, violent extremism and hateful ideology” was behind the shooting, but vowed that the United States would present a strong response.

“The few who threaten or incite harm to Americans – violent extremists or terrorists, wherever they are – will surely, very surely, no matter how long it takes, come to feel the long arm and the hard fist of justice,” Carter said.

With all due respect, Mr. Carter, WHEN and HOW when the president refuses to allow use of the word “Islamic terrorist’ in the lexicon of the American public?

Biden said he could relate to the mourners because of the tragic death of his son, Beau, in May.

But Biden’s son was not killed in a terrorist attack.

As an indicator of how naive and overly polite people are when the politicians of the day have the floor, Biden was applauded when he concluded:

“We have a message for those perverted cowards around the world: America never yields, never bends, never cowers, never stands down – (but) endures, responds, and always overcomes,” he said. “For we are Americans, and never, never underestimate us.

“It’s always been a bad, bad bet to do that.”

That perfectly describes America before November 4, 2008.

Tell that to Mr. Obama, Mr. Biden.