Joe Biden was asked a lot of questions on Tuesday after the news broke that he was traveling from his the White House to Delaware and that he was expected to stay for approximately an hour around dinner time.
This immediately got many speculating about what was happening and what kind of emergency or situation required him to be there and stay for one hour.
Biden declared to the media that he would be going to cast a vote for the Delaware primary, however, he wouldn’t provide a reason for why he had not voted absentee or done it earlier.
Biden was in Delaware for the weekend as he is usually is. Why didn’t he vote on Saturday while in Delaware? It's not like the primary was an event that he didn't realize was approaching.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre stated that he was trying to emphasize “the importance” of voting and also to “say hello the poll workers” who are “under attack.”
Who is targeting the poll workers? Which kind of nonsense is this? They keep on saying crazy things like this, and the mainstream media doesn't call the nonsense out as lies. She didn't offer any evidence of poll workers being targeted.
The president employed two motorcades and Air Force One, which costs about $177,000 per hour to operate, for his surprise trip to participate in non-competitive primary elections.
He also stopped by his Wilmington, Del., home for about eight minutes before returning to DC.
Biden could have voted early when he was staying at his Wilmington house on Friday and Saturday — or he could have voted by mail.
“As you know, the president has a very heavy schedule. He’s the president of the United States. It worked out best for him to vote yesterday, to vote on Tuesday,” Jean-Pierre told reporters.
Jean-Pierre didn’t say what Biden was doing during apparent down time in Delaware over the weekend.
Biden arrived at his Wilmington home at 3:40 p.m. Friday — when early voting was available until 7 p.m. — and on Saturday emerged from his house only to attend church, instead of voting during the 7 a.m.-7 p.m. early voting window that day.
There was one contested in the statewide Democratic primary—that of the state auditor.
So, he spent a lot of money and left an immense carbon footprint by using his motorcades and plane because he was too busy to vote on a Saturday? What was he so busy with at home that he didn't have time to vote for ten minutes? Of course, when he's in Delaware, there isn't any transparency about what he's up to and who he's interacting with. Since he's in Delaware almost all weekend long, it may be having a meeting with any person.
Americans have been trying to find out ways they can pay for food and gas while dealing with Bidenflation. They want us not to use gas-powered cars any longer and he speaks over and over about the impact of climate change. And yet he is throwing parties for things that do not decrease inflation and thinks it's okay to fly an hour to somewhere at a cost of a few hundreds thousand dollars.
You can be sure that “existential threat” doesn't mean anything to him.
Does that mean he also does not trust mail-in ballots?