Pandering Joe made an appearance in Ohio this week.
With some tight races in the area, one would think that Ohio Democrats would have flocked to Joe’s side, but that was not the case.
Biden also tried to score some points by handing out the Medal of Freedom to more than a dozen people, but he got snubbed there too.
While appearing in Cleveland this week, Biden got snubbed by Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) and Democrat gubernatorial candidate Nan Whaley.
Shockingly, Ryan apparently had other commitments that he could not get away from to join Biden.
The White House dialed up the usual spin, stating, “We’re in close contact with Congressman Tim Ryan in particular and work with him and also Nan Whaley.
“We’ve worked — we’ve worked closely with him on — just as it relates to Tim Ryan — on a variety of issues.”
They didn’t miss anything other than Joe Biden pandering for votes by telling attendees that he would be going after Akron Police if the DOJ finds anything in violation of federal statutes regarding the shooting of Jayland Walker.
The Medal of Freedom is supposed to be a huge honor for a private citizen, but the award was again nothing more than pandering for Biden, giving it mostly to people who were utterly undeserving.
The one most of us could support, however, decided he had other things to do.
Denzel Washington failed to make the event, reportedly having tested positive for COVID.
Other recipients included Simone Biles, who apparently got the award for telling the world she had mental health issues, and Megan Rapinoe, who absolutely hates this country and kneels for the anthem.
The late Senator John McCain was given the award posthumously because he fought against Donald Trump.
Apple Founder Steve Jobs was given the award for using China slave labor and donating millions to Democrats.
Richard Trumka was also awarded posthumously for his work with corrupt unions that have supported Democrats over the years.
You see where I am going with this…
In all, there were 14 recipients, with Washington really being the only one that could hold his head high for actual achievements in the community representing The Boys and Girls Club.