“Weakness on the World Stage Has a Cost”
President Biden’s State of the Union Address was a failure. Biden labeled America as a follower when he declared, “The United States is a member [of Nato] along with 29 other nations.” America was the de facto leader of the NATO alliance…until Biden. Europe watches in fear as Putin plunges a forty-mile armored column into the heart of Ukraine, and Biden’s response is to rhetorically shake a trembling finger and warn that “[Putin] has no idea what’s coming.”
Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping loom over the world, casting a grim shadow across liberty and democracy for billions. Biden’s weak foreign policy and lack of decisive action show an absence of care and disregard for America’s role as a champion of freedom. Biden claimed that America is “stronger than it was a year ago.” Do competent leaders measure national strength by sky-rocketing inflation, energy instability, and timidity in the face of tyranny? Biden’s presidency is gutless, and so was his State of the Union Address.
Brigitte Gabriel, a leading commentator on national security and the founder of ACT for America, joins Kim to analyze the State of the Union address. Gabriel and Kim have insightful and critical comments regarding Biden’s speech and his actions over the past year. Listen to the complete discussion in segments three and four.