Biden Is The Most Polish-Jewish-Black-Puerto Rican-Greek-Irish-Catholic President We Have Ever Had

 President Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., might be the only white boy from East Wilmington, as he is wont to say, but Ol’ Diamond Joe is much more than that. By his own account, he is the most Polish-Jewish-Black-Puerto Rican-Greek-Irish-Catholic president that we have ever had.

On Tuesday, Biden was in Poland to re-emphasize The Swamp’s commitment to endless war in Ukraine. While there, he told his Polish counterpart about his own connection with the Poles.

“As a young man, I was, uh, born in a coal town of Scranton, Pennsylvania, in northeastern Pennsylvania, in an Irish-Catholic neighborhood. Then when coal died, we moved down to Delaware, to a town called Claymont, Delaware, which was a working-class town,” Biden told President Andrzej Duda. “And, uh, but everyone in town was either Polish or Italian. I grew up feeling self-conscious my name didn’t end in an ‘s-k-i’ or an ‘o.’”

The president threw in an “all-kidding aside” but it would seem that he has always been a bit race-conscious from an early age. In fact, he’s most at home in a multicultural society. Or rather, he changes his life story to best suit whatever group he is speaking with.

Just last month, he also told a group of black Americans that he used to go to the African-American church in town after attending Catholic mass.

“Let’s lay one thing to rest. I may be a practicing Catholic, but [I] used to go to 7:30 Mass every morning in high school and then in college before I went to the Black church,” Biden said at the time. “Not a joke, Andy knows this.”

He also had an affinity for the Jewish people and attended Synagogue growing up.

“I probably went to shul more than many of you did,” Biden stated during a 2022 celebration of Rosh Hashanah.

“You all think I’m kidding, he can tell you I’m not,” the president said while gesturing toward a rabbi from Delaware.

“I’m a practicing Catholic, but I’d go to services on Saturday and on Sunday,” the president explained “You all think I’m kidding. I’m not.”

So, Biden wants the American people to believe that he would spend at least three hours every weekend attending multi-faith services growing up in Wilmington.

He is also practically Greek, too.

On Greek Independence Day in 2009, then-Vice President Biden, declared,  “I am an honorary Greek, not only today … but every day.” He gave himself the moniker “Joe Bidenopulous” because, he said, “in my first election the Greek community elected me.”

Last fall, while in Puerto Rico for hurricane recovery efforts, Biden also let it be known that he was raised in the Puerto Rican community.

And, of course, Biden claims to be a devout Roman Catholic. He also believes in gay marriage, abortion, radical gender ideology, and more that goes against church teaching.

So is Biden actually a walking, talking melting pot molded by nearly every ethnicity and religion under the sun?

No. A far likelier explanation is that he is a lying cheeseball.

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