The New York Times Has Spilled the Beans on Biden

Despite Joe Biden’s claims to the contrary, much of the American public misses the days when former President Trump was in office.

Americans miss being able to pay less than $3.75 per gallon for gas. People especially miss having a southern border that was in order, thriving US energy independence, record economic gains, etc.

When Biden got into office, he walked back just about every single piece of progress Trump made. Now, the entire country is worse off for it.

Polls have shown that Biden currently has some of the worst approval ratings of any president. However, rather than focusing on healing the country and delivering for the American public, Biden is obsessed with his predecessor.

According to Twitchy, the New York Times just let it slip how much Biden hates Trump.

Digging into Biden’s Hatred of Trump

According to a new piece by the New York Times, Biden not only views the former president as a danger to US democracy, but he also wants Trump to be prosecuted in a court of law by the Justice Department.

Biden believes the grounds for Trump to be prosecuted lies in the riots that took place on January 6, 2021. The president is spending his time telling folks closest to him that Attorney General Merrick Garland needs to step things up and go after Trump directly.

Meanwhile, Biden is not nearly as outspoken about the criminal investigations and developments that are coming out about his son, Hunter Biden. At this point, it’s turned out that the Hunter Biden laptop story was always true, just as many conservatives suspected.

At this point, there’s no telling how deep Hunter Biden’s corruption goes or what other details may emerge about how he benefited from his father’s time as vice president. Perhaps this should be getting more coverage.

Misaligned Priorities

Yet again, Biden’s hatred of Trump goes to show that his priorities are misaligned and out of order.

Rather than discussing with his inner circle how much he wants Trump prosecuted, Biden should be brainstorming ways to end inflation, reduce gas prices, and lower crime on the southern border.

There are many other issues this president could be devoting his attention to as well; although, he’s just not going to do it.

Ironically, it is the view of many Americans that Biden should be held legally accountable for his recklessness in Afghanistan last year and the lives lost in the process. Before Biden goes around pointing fingers at others, he should first make sure that his own house is in order.