Remember when AOC went to a fence nowhere near the border and “cried” at the plight of illegal immigrants? That’s what Democrats do best and smarmiest, emoting. Given they are the party of over the top feeling, not even basic thinking, they feel that visual impressions of them “caring” will play well with single women, effeminate men, and hustlers of all persuasions. Essentially, their core voters.

So it is no surprise that Joe Biden is taking time out from a NATO summit to be photographed spraying concern all over Polish refugees. We will see these images again in the fall, hilariously trying to portray Biden as a strong Western leader.

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Granted, he has not done an altogether horrible job in supplying Ukraine with arms. But if he was a true leader, Russia may not have gone into Ukraine in the first place.


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FNC: “President Biden will stop in Poland during his visit to Europe this week amid urgent talks with NATO and European allies, the White House announced.

Biden will keep his initial itinerary by traveling to Brussels, Belgium, before he heads to Warsaw, Poland, on Friday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement Sunday night.

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Poland has been directly impacted by the Ukraine-Russia War, having taken in over two million of Ukraine’s three million refugees. Poland also houses U.S. troops. In Warsaw, Biden will meet with President Andrzej Duda to discuss how the U.S. and its allies can do mo to help ‘the humanitarian and human rights crisis that Russia’s unjustified and unprovoked war on Ukraine has created,’ Psaki said.”

Biden’s Europe trip includes a confab on Thursday with NATO leaders, time for further photo ops and gladhanding. NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg on NATO solidarity: “The summit will show NATO’s support to Ukraine, but also our readiness to protect and defend all NATO allies. And by sending that message, we are preventing an escalation of the conflict to a full-fledged war between NATO and Russia.”

Estonia’s prime minister, Kaja Kallas echoed Stoltenberg, “We have to strengthen our eastern flank of NATO. We have been talking about this for years, but now it’s time for action. We need some more capabilities to support ourselves and defend ourselves by air defense systems, what is definitely necessary here, but also the troops that are present that act as a deterrent also to the Russian military.”