Biden identifies as homeless; claims he was not at beach house for fun, he just had ‘no home to go to’

Faced with renewed pressure over his absenteeism, President Joe Biden tactlessly defended his latest trip to Delaware in a fashion sure to insult in more ways than one.

“I have no home to go to.”

There’s a reason the gaffetastic president campaigned from his basement and has routinely required his communications team to backtrack remarks that have global implications. Sunday, after attending Mass at St. Edmond Roman Catholic Church in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Biden approached the media unprompted to excuse for looking like he was on vacation.

“…by the way,” the president could be heard saying as he tottered into range of the microphones. “The reason I’m here today, just for one day, and no…I’m on vacation, I’m not.”

“I have no home to go to,” Biden boldly claimed.

He went on to assert that the U.S. Secret Service was taking strides to secure his Wilmington, Delaware residence “in a good way. So I have no place to go when I come to Delaware, except here, right now. I’m only here for one day.”

Like the president’s attempt to empathize with the victims of the Maui wildfires because he once had a small kitchen mishap in one of his homes, the claim of having “no home to go to” whilst living in the White House with a vacation home to fall back on did not sit well.

Standing as a further insult to Americans impacted by disaster during his administration, Biden’s remark came just one day after he claimed while surveying the damage of Hurricane Idalia in Florida that he was too busy to travel to East Palestine, Ohio, more than half a year after a train derailment caused an ecological disaster three.

“Well, I haven’t had the occasion to go to East Palestine. There’s a lot going on here, and I just haven’t been able to break,” he told the press.

As it happened, that claim was made the same day the New York Post reported that “all or part of 382 of his presidency’s [then] 957 days — or 40%” had been spent on personal trips away from the White House. Included within that extensive record was Biden’s recent week-long trip to Lake Tahoe which he interrupted for his photo-op visit to Maui, only to extend his vacation upon returning to the Nevada getaway so as not to be shorted on the trip.

Meanwhile, “Bidenomics” has left Americans struggling with everyday purchases and the average price of gasoline hovering around a record high for Labor Day weekend. Rather than challenge him on the outrageous claim and his life of luxury, a sycophantic member of the press joked along with the president and wondered whether that made him homeless.

“No, I’m not homeless,” replied Biden. “I just have one home. I have a beautiful home. I’m down here for the day because I can’t go home home.”

Kevin Haggerty


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