President Joe Biden’s New Trappings of State!

Former Senator and Vice President Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., has been duly sworn in as America’s newest President of the United States, in front of a crowd outnumbered by security forces 13-to-1 (to represent America’s 13 original states, perhaps? Or, maybe the approximate ratio of British troops to Colonists at the Battle of Lexington, where the British Army tried to seize the Colonists guns? Probably not, but I digress).

As is tradition, a new President enjoys the trappings of State which come with the Office, and is entitled to all due respect and deference, just like President Trump. So, let’s quickly review the “Trappings of State” for America’s latest President!

President Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr.

46th President of the United States

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President Biden’s Titles of State:

Office Title: “Fraudulency of the United States”
Did you know? The Democrats originally used the phrase “Fraudulency of the United States” against GOP President Rutherford B. Hayes back in 1876)
Formal Title: “(p)Resident of the Divided States”
Military Title: “Commander and Thief”
Official Motto: “Time for America to Heel.
Official Slogan: “Make America Basement Again! (MABA)”
First-term Plan: “Biden My Time”
Biden Supporters: “Basementarians”
NOTE! Not to be confused with this person who goes by the same name on Faceb00k.

Presidential Song: “Hail to the Thief”

Music: Click here to listen to the music.

“Hail to the Thief who has stolen this great Nation,
Hail to the Thief! We refute him, for his gall.
Hail to the Thief, as he’ll pledge our subjugation
In proud fulfillment of Socialism’s call.

Yours is the aim to make this great land surrender
This you will do, that is our strong, firm belief.
Hail to the one now selected as commander,
Hail to the Resident!
Hail to the Thief!

Hail to the Thief who will cripple this great Nation,
Hail to the Thief! Who’ll control us, one and all.
Hail to the Thief, as he’ll bring annihilation
Causing America, our Nation, to fall!”

The U.S. National Anthem: “The Star-Spangled Banner”

Music: Click here to listen to the original version.

O say can you see, by the dawn’s early light,
What so proudly we hail’d with our Socialist feelings,
Whose broad stripes and bright stars can be seen from afar,
O’er the borders we watch as more millions are streaming?
In our land that is “Free”, which they call “Equity”,
We will each gladly work to achieve “Victory!”,
O say does that star-spangled banner yet wave
O’er the land where life is free for all those who behave?

Note: To avoid offending anyone the remaining stanzas of the song have been removed.

The Pledge of Allegiance

History: Click here to read the history of the pledge.

“I pledge allegiance to my flag, and to the Democracy for which it stands, one Nation, in division, with liberty and justice for those who conform.”

Joe Biden’s Job Qualifications:

  • 1988: “Biden’s misdeeds encompassed numerous self-aggrandizing thefts, misstatements, and exaggerations that seemed to point to a serious character defect.”
    - David Greenberg, writing in Slate, August 25th, 2008

  • 1991: “…[Senate Committee Chairman Joe Biden] made [Anita Hill] repeat in detail every sexual allegation in front of this panel. And she said repeatedly, ‘It’s all in writing, you have it all in writing.’ And he would say, ‘I know it’s uncomfortable, but we have to do it.’”
    - Tom McCarthy, writing in The Guardian, April 27th, 2019

  • 1993:I don’t care why someone is a malefactor in society. I don’t care why someone is antisocial. I don’t care why they’ve become a sociopath. We have an obligation to cordon them off from the rest of society.’”
    - Senator Joe Biden, arguing for the 1994 Crime Bill he sponsored, Nov 18th, 1993

  • 2006: “It’s not every day that we see a Democratic Senator from the Northeast pandering to Southern Republicans by associating himself sympathetically with the Confederate cause during the Civil War.”
    - Vaughn Ververs, writing in CBS News, December 5th, 2006

  • 2018:I am a gaffe machine.

    2007: “I mean, you’ve got the first sort of mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean. That’s a storybook, man.”
    2016:“Clap for that, you stupid b*stards.”
    2006: “You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. And I’m not joking.”
    2019: “It’s not civil to call someone who lied a liar?”
    2019: “Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as White kids.”
    2019: “I may be Irish, but I’m not stupid!”
    2019: “I will develop some disease and say I have to resign.”
    2020: “You’re a lying dog-faced pony soldier.”
    2020: “Don’t tell me I can’t point a finger, I oughta go outside with you.”

    - Joe Biden, during his career, Various dates

  • 2020: “…potential conflicts of interest arising from Hunter Biden accepting a position on the board of, and taking millions of dollars from, Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company with a long-standing reputation for corruption, while his father, Joe Biden, was vice president and the public face of the Obama administration’s handling of Ukraine policy.”
    - U.S. Senators Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) & Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), summary of US Senate Report, September 23, 2020


And, as (p)Resident Joe Biden enters his first full working day as America’s new President, I leave you with this quote:

“It is not so long ago that a member of the Diplomatic Body in London, who had spent some years of his service in China, told me that there was a Chinese curse which took the form of saying, ‘May you live in interesting times.’ There is no doubt that the curse has fallen on us…We move from one crisis to another. We suffer one disturbance and shock after another.”
- Sir Austen Chamberlain, British Member of Parliament, as spoken in 1936

“Interesting times”, indeed!

Thanks for Reading!

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