Biden --- a “nice guy”

He certainly has made a career of it, if on no other quality worthy of leadership, and some might say he’s nice to all the wrong people. Op-ed.

Jack Engelhard ,

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Millions voted for Biden not because he’s a smart guy, or an honest guy, or a tough guy. They chose him because he’s a “nice guy.”

They say so all the time. He says so himself. “I’m a nice guy,” he says.

Most recently he said it in response to this question from a reporter – “Sir, the people coming over the border say you invited them because you’re a nice guy.”

Okay, it really wasn’t a question. They ask no questions of Biden, except does he prefer chocolate or vanilla.

If it’s not written down for him, he won’t know the answer anyway. But about the border and the migrants he’s letting in by the millions, why?

“Because I’m a nice guy.”


Trump, you see, was not a nice guy. Trump was a tough guy…so far as our enemies.
For that he’s quick on the draw. The media adore him for this. Finally, a nice guy. So whatever he says is good to go. Even when he lies, they lap it up.

So they report it as truth. It’s worse than Jim Crow, he says, when people must show ID in order to vote. Amen, says the media.

“Nice guys finish last,” is a quote attributed to baseball’s Leo Durocher, who apparently did not know Joe Biden, nor how Biden finished first on a single merit so strictly mediocre.


He certainly has made a career of it, if on no other quality worthy of leadership, and some might say he’s nice to all the wrong people.

The word is out that he’s back to Obama’s appeasement policy with Iran, as but one example of his preference of our enemies over our friends.

Specifically, everything Trump did, Biden is undoing…one executive order at a time…with no one to stop him. The media, certainly not.

The mullahs are sure to love this nice guy, as much as they hated Trump. Trump refused to play their game. So naturally, Biden is prepared to go all in.

How long, therefore, before Biden would start building bridges with the Palestinian Arabs, while burning bridges with Israel? Not long at all.

Already, Israel is being told that Judea and Samaria…the “West Bank” …are once again “occupied territory,” and that Israel’s security rests on the Trojan Horse of a two-state solution.

Money, Money, Money.

Trump said no more, so he cut off US funds to the PA, due to the fact that so much of those dollars were funding the terrorists within Fatah and the Palestinian Authority…and despite the Taylor Force Act, Israeli civilians were still liable to be hunted for fun and profit. Enough of this, said Trump.

Trump, you see, was not a nice guy.

Trump was a tough guy…so far as our enemies.

Biden is a nice guy.

To prove it, he is enriching the gluttonous PA with the same millions that Trump held back. Terrorism is back in business.

Biden did this.

Because Biden is such a nice guy.

New York-based bestselling American novelist Jack Engelhard writes regularly for Arutz Sheva.

He wrote the worldwide book-to-movie bestseller “Indecent Proposal,” the authoritative newsroom epic, “The Bathsheba Deadline,” followed by his coming-of-age classics, “The Girls of Cincinnati,” and, the Holocaust-to-Montreal memoir, “Escape from Mount Moriah.” For that and his 1960s epic “The Days of the Bitter End,” contemporaries have hailed him “The last Hemingway, a writer without peer, and the conscience of us all.” Website: www.jackengelhard.com

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