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81 Million Votes? If You’re Wondering Why There Was No Video of Biden’s Motorcade in Hawaii, This Video Will Show You Why

President Joe Biden finally traveled to Maui on Monday, almost two weeks after wildfires killed over 100 people, left 850 people unaccounted for, and cost billions of dollars in property damage.

Even further away in importance from the human lives lost, but also still worth considering: Hawaii is one of the 50 United States of America, meaning it has electoral votes up for grabs — so what’s up with Biden’s callous response to the tragedy on Maui?

Given that Hawaiians are American citizens and thus have a vote, wouldn’t it make some modicum of sense for Biden to do something more substantive than merely showing face on Maui two weeks after the fact? Don’t think the local Hawaiians haven’t noticed Biden’s overall response to this tragedy.

Over the weekend, Sarah covered some responses of Lāhainā residents, including those who didn’t want the president to come, with Jay Awan pointing out Biden is “just coming to Maui to look good in front of the cameras.” Biden’s actual visit was met with some less than welcome responses from Maui residents.

Reporting from on the ground pointed to how residents had been there “for hours” with Hawaiian flags and signs proclaiming “he’s too late,” “he should’ve been here much earlier,” and “actions speak louder than words.”

Another video from the motorcade shows that when there is no one to insult him he has no supporters there!

Video below:

One Maui resident, Mike Cicchino told NewsNation how most Hawaiians aren’t even particularly political (can confirm this to be true) — but Biden’s pathetic antics may soon change that.

The media portrayed Biden’s visit as a success but the reality was totally different!

Given all of that, is it any surprise that Biden is being greeted with cold shoulders from some of the kindest people in the world? And look, if this was the very beginning of Biden’s presidency, maybe his PR team banks on the American people collectively moving past it.

But the country, including Hawaii, is just about 15 months removed from the 2024 general election. That stinging sensation in the cheek from being slapped in the face by the octogenarian-in-chief is still going to be felt next November.

And look, to be sure, Hawaii is “only” worth four electoral votes and has been an absolute haven for Democratic presidential candidates. (The last Republican candidate to win the Aloha State was Ronald Reagan in 1984.)

Natalie Dagenhardt

Natalie Dagenhardt is an American conservative writer who writes for  Right Journalism! Natalie has described herself as a polemicist who likes to "stir up the pot," and does not "pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do," drawing criticism from the left, and sometimes from the right. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington. She is a "constitutional conservative".

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warren wayne adkins
warren wayne adkins
7 months ago

Why is he still flying on the smaller plane?

Duties
Duties
7 months ago

I’ve never seen more than a dozen people at any Biden “event” and most are staffers or media flunkies. 81 million my ass.