‘I had to be first lady of the moment’: Jill Biden says hubby ‘had so many hopes’ but too much ‘thrown his way’

Dr. Jill Biden is frustrated, and, apparently,  she needed to talk it out.

Her husband had “so many hopes and plans” when he took office, but crises after crisis keeps happening — at home and all over this crazy world — and it’s just been a lot for her.

“I had to be the first lady of the moment,” she said on Saturday.

Now, it’s understandable if you’re thinking a session between the First Lady and her therapist was somehow leaked to the media, but actually, Jill was unloading on two dozen donors at a private Democratic National Committee (DNC) fundraiser event in Nantucket, according to CNN.

“[The President] had so many hopes and plans for things he wanted to  do,” she told her captive audience, “but every time you turned around, he had to address the problems of the moment.”

“He’s just had so many things thrown his way,” she lamented. “Who would have ever thought about what happened [with the Supreme Court overturning] Roe v Wade?”

“Well, maybe we saw it coming,” she shared, “but still we didn’t believe it. The gun violence in this country is absolutely appalling We didn’t see the war in Ukraine.”

I mean, sure, Joe may be hamstrung and inflation may be smothering Americans’ dreams for the future, but darn it, Dr. Jill has been hamstrung, too, and potential donors to a self-destructing party should know that.

“I was saying to myself, ‘Okay, I was second lady. I worked on community colleges. I worked on military families. I’ve worked on cancer,'” she reminded her audience. “They were supposed to be my areas of focus. But then when we got [in the White House,] I had to be, with all that was happening, the first lady of the moment.”

And because there’s nothing that misery loves more than company, Jill Biden encouraged women everywhere to “keep protesting” the Supreme Court’s constitutionally sound Roe v Wade decision and revealed that she’d urged her completely dysfunctional family members to consider doing more about circumventing the highest court in the country.

“So many young girls, my own grandchildren included, went up to the Supreme Court and marched,” she said. “I say ‘Okay, good for you. But what are you going to do next? You feel good about yourself because you voiced your opinion but what are you going to do next? What is your plan?”

Jill saved some time in her speech to blame Congress and, of course,  Republicans for her husband’s failures.

After all, it was Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) who just refused to vote for any climate or tax provisions in the president’s Build Back Better plan and Republicans have the audacity to work hard at accomplishing what their constituents actually care about.

The donors would have to do better if they didn’t want to be destroyed in the November midterms.

“I know there are so many nay-sayers who say we’ll get slammed in the midterms,” she said. “Okay. The Republicans are working hard, they stick together, for good or evil. So, we just have to work harder.”

So, to recap, the First Lady of the United States went to a private home in an exclusive neighborhood and blamed the Legislative and Judicial Branches of the American government, Russia, Republicans, lazy and disloyal members of the Democratic party, and her own grandchildren for Joe Biden’s dismal, 33% approval rating.

Considering that, according to a recent New York Times and Siena College poll, 87% of all likely American voters think Joe’s is leading the nation in the wrong direction, it’s a bold choice compared to, say,  outlining her own plan for improving things or explaining what she was going to do next — especially when you’re asking for money.

But then, that’s Dr. Jill isn’t it? A first lady flailing in “the moment.”

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