Biden talked about empathy when he ran for office, but he hasn’t been to the places where terrible things have happened while he’s been president.
In February 2020, Biden said empathy and compassion are important. His campaign to “bring back the soul of America” and heal this country was based on his own story of loss. He lost his wife in a car accident and his oldest son, Beau Biden.
Biden also stated Trump never said anything that even came close to a genuine utterance of empathy for people who were hurting. On the other hand, Biden hasn’t visited the communities and families who have been hurt by recent tragedies.
Before Biden became president, he visited the family of Jacob Blake, a black man killed by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Liberal media outlets told people Blake was not equipped, and the Black Lives Matter movement used the shooting as proof of its political point of view, too.
Biden also went to Atlanta after a shooter murdered eight people and injured one at three spas in the city in March. He was angry about the violence against Asian Americans, even though the gunman said he was trying to fight sexual addiction, not ethnic origins.
‘Busy’ Since Entering Office
The president doesn’t seem to have been to many of the places where people have died since then. On November 21, Darrell Brooks is said to have killed six people and injured 62 others in a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, said the White House has been in contact with authorities there, but the president has no intention of visiting the site of the tragedy.
Why the #WaukeshaMassacre is so inconvenient for the media & the Left: 1. Darrell Brooks is black 2. He’s a leftist with pro-BLM & anti-white views 3. A Soros DA let this career criminal out on $1,000 bail 4. Brooks caused death & mayhem without a gun—his car was a deadly weapon
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) November 29, 2021
President Biden took a flight to North Carolina to commemorate “Friendsgiving” with US troops. Then, he took a flight to Nantucket, Massachusetts, for six days to spend Thanksgiving with his family at the home of a billionaire.
There was a high school shooting in Oxford Township, Michigan, last weekend. Ethan Crumbley is said to have killed four students and wounded seven others, along with a teacher who was in the school.
Biden has not been to the site of the disaster; the White House hasn’t said when he’ll be there or where he will go. The Astroworld event in Houston, Texas killed ten people on Nov. 5, when they were crushed to death.
Biden went to Houston in February, but he hasn’t been back there since.
The 275 lawsuits surrounding the Astroworld tragedy, which resulted in 10 deaths and hundreds of injuries, will be consolidated before a single judge for pretrial purposes. https://t.co/Pj9jtYNGpo
— Variety (@Variety) December 4, 2021
In September, 29-year-old Uk Thang is said to have killed one person and injured 13 others at a Kroger grocery store in Collierville, Tennessee. He then took his own life. Biden hasn’t been to the site of the tragedy yet.
“Build Back Better” Still Takes The Priority
During a shootout at a King Soopers store in the Boulder, Colorado area, Ahmad Ali Aliwi Al-Issa, 21, is said to have killed ten people, including a police officer.
Biden took a flight to Colorado in Sept., but he didn’t go to Boulder because he didn’t have time. Instead, he talked about his “Build Back Better” plan at a renewable power lab in Arvada.
Biden’s presidency has recently agreed to reinstate Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” program after Customs and Border Protection said more than 1.7 million illegal immigrants were found by Border Patrol officers in the 2021 fiscal year.
This was the largest number for a fiscal year on record. The president hasn’t been to the border to see how things are going in the country.
President Biden will be in Kansas City this week, where he will be able to show off the $1 trillion economic stimulus package he signed into law last month.