Biden Humiliates America on World Stage, Turns Into Bumbling Mess While Trying to Address UN General Assembly

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In a report by The Western Journal, Joe Biden’s recent speech to the United Nations General Assembly contained misinformation, stammering and left those listening confused.

A clip of his difficulties speaking clearly was posted to Twitter.

Biden promised “a new era of relentless diplomacy” was to follow his decision to withdraw from Afghanistan.

He said that “Instead of continuing to fight the wars of the past,” the U.S. will be “fixing our eyes on devoting our resources to the challenges that hold the keys to our collective future.”

Biden claimed that he is focusing on: “Ending this pandemic, addressing the climate crisis, managing shifts in global power dynamics, shaping the rules of the world on vital issues like trade, cyber and emerging technologies, and facing the threat of terrorism as it stands today.”

Biden told the group of international officials that he believes that they must “engage deeply with the rest of the world” and “work together with our partners toward a shared future.”

“Our security, our prosperity and our very freedoms are interconnected, in my view, as never before. And so, I believe we must work together as never before.” Biden said to the Assembly.

The bravado was reportedly not received well due to a streak of follies made by Biden that have upset the international community, including America’s allies.

Recently, The Pentagon reported that a drone strike that was ordered in response to a suicide bombing attack that killed 13 American military members and described by Gen. Mark Milley as “righteous”, killed 10 innocent civilians, despite aiming for terrorist strategists.

As Taliban becomes more powerful in the absence of any opposition, they are reportedly killing those who worked with the U.S. and their allies during the war that lasted twenty years.

The French canceled a recent gala meant to celebrate their strong relationship with the U.S. after the Biden Administration made a deal with Australia for nuclear-powered submarines and information that undercut a deal that the French had previously made with the Australians.

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Members of the French government described the new deal as being stabbed “in the back” by Biden and plan to take the dispute to court.

“This brutal, unilateral and unpredictable decision reminds me a lot of what Mr. Trump used to do,” French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said, according to Reuters.

“I am angry and bitter. This isn’t done between allies.” continued the French official.

Le Drian expanded on the trust lost after they learned about the new agreement. He said; “It’s a stab in the back. We created a relationship of trust with Australia and that trust has been broken,”

Biden has defended his recent decisions, stating that he has “prioritized rebuilding our alliances, revitalizing our partnerships and recognizing they’re essential and central to America’s enduring security and prosperity.”

Biden expressed a desire to re-establish the Iran nuclear deal (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) as a strategy to keep Iran from developing nuclear weapons.

“The United States will remain committed to preventing Iran from gaining a nuclear weapon. We are working with the P5 plus one to engage Iran diplomatically and to seek a return to the JCPOA,” he told the officials.

He voiced a similar a desire to form a relationship with North Korea that will prevent them from obtaining nuclear arms, as well.

Biden said; “We’re prepared to return to full compliance if Iran does the same. Similarly, we seek serious and sustained diplomacy to pursue the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.”

Although, U.S. legislators have threatened to block a recent bill if it includes financing Israel’s missile defense system, Biden said “The commitment of the United States to Israel’s security is without question, and our support for an independent Jewish state is unequivocal.”

He described his optimism for peace saying; “I continue to believe that a two-state solution is the best way to ensure Israel’s future as a Jewish democratic state living in peace alongside a viable sovereign and democratic Palestinian state.”

Despite naming targets like terrorism, Iran and North Korea, Biden did not address any conflicts with China, despite being where the COVID-19 pandemic originated.