It’s being reported that Joe Biden will travel to the United Kingdom as his first trip outside the country after being inaugurated after he stole the 2020 election, to meet with Prime Minister Boris Johnson and plot the “destiny of the world” together, according to claims made by a source close to the cognitive-declining Democrat.
Those in the know say that the G7 meeting in June is likely the time for this plotting as it’s being hosted this year in the UK in Cornwall.
An alleged close friend of Biden told The Daily Telegraph that the Thief-in-Chief will put aside his differences over Brexit, something an American president has no business interfering with even though Biden has conveyed his opposition to the Brits doing what they want for the future of their country and their society.
“Boris is a conservative, Joe’s a moderate [Democrat] so I think they can get over it. I think they’ll end up getting along,” the source said.
What is this nonsense that Joe Biden is a moderate? A moderate what? Joe Biden is saying that on day one he’s going to ask Congress to give amnesty that leads to citizenship for 30 million illegal aliens who broke our immigration laws and have been living here illegally costing us jobs and tax dollars to owe these people a living. A moderate would never do that to the American people. Only a radical progressive would.
“Joe’s view will be that they’ll have the destiny of the world on their shoulders so he’ll want to overcome any political differences.
“I think there’ll be more empathy than there was between Boris and Donald Trump. Boris seemed to get along with Trump, but I don’t know if he really did,” the close friend of Biden claimed. I think so, because in England there are only degrees in socialism.
God save us all because many people have said that Biden is not the brightest bulb in the box when it comes to foreign policy, including Barack Obama’s former secretary of defense Robert Gates who said that Joe Biden has been wrong on every foreign policy decision he ever made. He later doubled down on it in 2019.
Even though Johnson was sometimes compared to being like often President Trump, the British PM’s policies have been much closer to those shoved down American throats by Democrats than the America First agenda promoted by Trump. This is probably one of the reasons why the British economy hasn’t done as well as Trump’s.
Let’s get something out of the way. Donald Trump was not a conservative. He was a populist-nationalist. He governed very conservatively because conservatism is based on common sense and knowing to do things that have proven to work in the past by adjusting past policies that worked to fit the current political and economic climate.
Johnson is closer to Biden’s ideology on things like climate change, immigration migrations, and the government’s authority during the Chinese virus pandemic.
Biden and Johnson have been spewing the great reset mantra “Build Back Better,” which the United Nations used while working disaster relief efforts in Japan after the tsunami in 2015.
Before Trump’s epic victory over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, Johnson as Mayor of London was critical of Trump the candidate.
“When Donald Trump says that there are parts of London that are no-go areas, I think he’s betraying a quite stupefying ignorance that makes him, frankly, unfit to hold the office of President of the United States,” he said in a 2015 interview. Of course, Trump was right because police have said there are Islamic no-go zones in London where you should not go in wearing the uniform.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday that he is holding off on any congratulations for a U.S. presidential victor until the results are official.
The statements were made during a Sunday broadcast on state television.
“We will work with any person who will be given the trust of the American people,” Putin said. “But who will be given this trust? It must either be indicated by political custom when one of the parties recognizes the victory of the other, or the final results of the elections are summed up in a legitimate, legal way.”
He stressed that there is “no hidden motive” behind his government’s decisions to withhold their congratulations.
“Reviews and recounts in some states are still continuing,” he explained, “without which the results of the election cannot be officially announced.”
“We are just waiting for the end of the internal political confrontation.”
Several world leaders have already offered their congratulations to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Among those leaders are Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, South Korean President Moon Jae-in, and Australian PM Scott Morrison.
This week, President Trump advised Emily Murphy, chief of the General Services Administration, to begin the presidential transition process “in the best interest” of the country, even while lawsuits and recounts in several states remain underway.
While many say this is a clear indication that Biden is the official president-elect, the Kremlin has stated that “nothing has changed”, and they will continue to wait for official results before offering any type of acknowledgment of a clear victor.
State results are currently in the process of certification.
The election will not be certified and official until the meeting of the Electoral College on December 14th.
In the meantime, lawsuits and recounts and hearings continue.
Iran continues to ask for diplomacy but doesn’t match that with its own diplomacy. The ball is in Iran’s court. You can see that the legitimacy of this regime and its future is being challenged and Ali Khamenei sees it.
Article By Adam Shaw | Fox News
Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei on Friday lashed out at Germany, the U.K. and France, calling them the “footmen of the U.S.,” days after the European countries moved to sanction the Islamic Republic for violating the controversial 2015 nuclear deal.
“The threat of the French & German govts & the vicious British govt to send Iran’s case to the Security Council proved once again that they are the footmen of the US,” Khamenei said on Twitter. “These 3 countries are the ones who helped [former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein] as much as they could in his war against us.”
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The three countries, which are members of the coalition that penned the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA) in 2015, on Tuesday had formally accused Iran of breaching the Obama-era nuclear deal, beginning a process that could result in the U.N. restoring sanctions on the rogue regime.
“We do this in good faith with the overarching objective of preserving the JCPoA and in the sincere hope of finding a way forward to resolve the impasse through constructive diplomatic dialogue while preserving the agreement and remaining within its framework,” the three countries’ foreign ministers said in a statement.
The ministers accused Iran of breaking “key restrictions,” including most recently a limit on the number of centrifuges and enrichment. Iran has been vocal in threatening to break the deal since the U.S. departure in 2018, leading to fears in Europe that the time needed by Iran to produce a nuke is getting shorter. The countries, therefore, referred the matter to the Joint Commission under the Dispute Resolution Mechanism.
“In doing so, our three countries are not joining a campaign to implement maximum pressure against Iran. Our hope is to bring Iran back into full compliance with its commitments under the JCPoA,” they said in the statement.
But Khamenei showed no sign of softening his stance. In response, he rehashed claims about how those governments helped Saddam Hussein’s regime in Iraq and accused them of being terrorists in different clothes.
“Even when these govts negotiate, their negotiations are mixed with deception. The same people who appear at the negotiating table – the same so called ‘gentlemen’ behind the table – are the same terrorists of the Baghdad airport. They just change clothes,” he said.
The European decision to trigger the dispute mechanism comes amid growing pressure from the U.S. on Iran. The Trump administration killed Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Quds Forces, in a strike in Baghdad, days after Iranian-backed militia supporters stormed the U.S. embassy. Iran followed up with a strike on bases on Iraq housing U.S. troops, but it resulted in no deaths or injuries.
The U.S. subsequently responded with a fresh wave of economic and diplomatic sanctions against Tehran’s already faltering economy. Those are on top of the series of sanctions imposed by the U.S. since it pulled out of the JCPoA in 2018.
European countries objected to the U.S. decision to pull out of the compact, and have tried to keep the accord alive. But with Iran’s violations, that support has been wavering. U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said last week that the deal should be replaced by a new deal negotiated by President Trump.
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