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Biden is Preparing to Send Money to North Korea


While Biden can hide his tragic leadership and weakness behind the mainstream media in the United States, other nations can see them without having to open an intelligence briefing. 

The President of Mexico refused to take Biden’s call immediately after the election. Vladimir Putin didn’t even pick up the phone. 

Biden is weak, and the world knows it. 

For more evidence, all you have to do is look at how he’s planning to deal with North Korea. Biden is getting ready to meet with the president of South Korea. The main topic is likely going to be how Biden intends to fix the North Korea situation. 

NPR gives us a little glimpse. 

When President Biden hosts South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday, the new White House approach to North Korea will likely be top of the agenda.
Biden is the latest United States president forced to contend with a nuclear-armed North Korea that is bombastic and hostile toward the U.S. and its allies in the region.

South Korea’s Moon is nearing the end of his term in office, and he has invested a lot of political capital into trying to resolve tensions on the Korean peninsula. Moon has urged the Biden administration to move forward with attempting to reach some sort of agreement with North Korea.

The idea of having to deal with North Korea must be nerve-racking for Biden. If he couldn’t even gather his thoughts during a stacked debate against President Trump, there’s no telling what’s going to happen when literal nuclear weapons are on the table.

Already hiding, Biden sent his charming press secretary, Jen Psaki to explain his grand plan for dealing with the rogue North Korean regime.

Our policy will not focus on achieving a grand bargain, nor will it rely on strategic patience,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters in late April. “Our policy calls for a calibrated, practical approach that is open to and will explore diplomacy with the DPRK [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea].

That’s the type of answer one gives when they’ve forgotten to study for their midterms.

Jen says that their strategy will be to do a lot of talking. The only thing is Biden won’t actually do the talking. He’s going to have other people do it for him.

It gives Biden more room for diplomacy because you’ve already had an American president conduct summit meetings,” Cronin said. “So that gives space for Biden, below the presidential level, to do quite a bit of talking.

Biden seems to be scared to conduct meetings himself. He needs staffers to do it for him. If that weren’t bad enough, Jen Psaki shared what else they had planned for North Korea.

To appease North Korea, Biden wants to send piles of cash.

The White House has reached out to North Korea through diplomatic channels. The goal is to see if it’s possible to get Kim to take small steps toward denuclearization, in exchange for proportionate relief from the U.S.

President Trump was a masterful businessman. The basic rule of business is that you can’t just throw money at the problem. It’s clear Joe didn’t learn that during his century in public office because that’s what he plans to do. 

To topple North Korea, Biden wants to use soft words and piles of cash.

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Sending money to evil regimes sounds a lot like what Obama did to Iran. That worked out well. 

It seems like only yesterday that we had a president that stood up to dictators. A presidential master negotiator who made ruthless regimes do things they hadn’t done in nearly fifty years.

Those days are over. For now.

In case we forgot what a strong leader looks like, check out Trump’s approach when dealing with evil dictators on Rumble.


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