Joe Biden is a joke of a leader, and not just among Americans. Not only does the rest of the world notice his frailty, but it also notices how senile and insane the old coot is.

If you say something nasty about him on TV or on social media in the United States, you’ll almost certainly be censored because they can’t let their precious leader be spoken of in such a poor light, even though they all know he’s a joke just as much as we do.

Other countries, on the other hand, are not afraid to mock him. Saudi Arabia is one of these countries, which recently aired a comedy criticizing him on state-run television. That means their government is subsidizing the mockery, which isn’t surprising, nor disappointing. That should tell you everything you need to know about how they really feel about him.

Biden’s character appeared drowsy and disoriented in the comedic routine on MBC’s “Studio 22” show, which aired Monday, and wandered offstage before being pulled back by a replica of Vice President Kamala Harris.

Biden is then seen confusing Spain and Africa, forgetting Russian President Vladimir Putin’s name, and mistakenly calling Harris his “first lady.” The sketch then ends with the Harris character dragging the sleeping Biden character off stage.

Take a look at the sketch:

The world is mocking us, yet this is what the Democrats wanted. They couldn’t possibly have not known that this was to come. Their hatred for President Trump is just that fierce that they would rather tank the entire country than to live and thrive in a Trump economy because they hate the man so much.

According to Business Insider,

The Biden skit is also notable given it comes at a time when relations between Saudi Arabia and the US are at rock bottom.

In an interview with The Atlantic magazine published last month, MBS made clear his view of Biden, saying he didn’t care what the US president thought of him.

Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, MBS reportedly ignored Biden’s phone calls. Biden had hoped to get Saudi Arabia to produce more oil to make up for the impact of the US ban of Russian oil imports.

Though the US and Saudi Arabia became close partners following the discovery of oil in the Gulf in the 1950s and worked together to combat extremism following the September 11, 2001, attacks, many in the US political and business communities blacklisted Saudi Arabia after the 2018 murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Blacklisting Saudi Arabia was fine when we didn’t have to depend on other countries like them for oil, but now that Biden screwed that up, he’s screwed us all.

Photo Credit: YouTube/HM Media & News

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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