SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk met with cadets on Thursday to discuss space travel and exploration at the U.S. Air Force Academy.
Musk greeted the cadet wing from the staff tower at the Mitchell Hall Dining Facility and seated the
cadets for lunch. Afterward, Musk served as the distinguished speaker for the Academy’s Ira C.
Eaker Lecture in Arnold Hall.
He received raucous applause and cheers when he was introduced to the U.S.cadets. And he’s a private citizen!
Obviously, the U.S. troops have more respect and enthusiasm for Elon Musk than Joe Biden, who delivered America its most stunning defeat in Afghanistan in US history.
Now that’s an academy welcome! pic.twitter.com/IbgkCshvEH
— U.S. Air Force Academy (@AF_Academy) April 7, 2022
— Owen Sparks 🌍🇺🇦 (@OwenSparks_) April 7, 2022
Obviously, you will not see this same energy for Joe Biden when he visits the troops.
Last month Bddeen joined the soldiers at the table for a bite to eat, but the pizza he was served was just a little too spicy or Biden took a bigger bite than he can afford. Biden quickly asked for a glass of water to clear his throat.
The soldiers seemed aghast as they watch slow Joe seem to have a problem swallowing pizza. Several images seem to show Biden eating a slice with extra jalapenos.
The reaction of the soldiers behind him is just priceless!
Just look at their faces:
Fox News contributor Charlie Hurt savaged President Joe Biden for his dismissive attitude towards our founding documents on Sean Hannity’s show Friday night, asserting that he was a “horse’s a**” and mocking him for being “defeated by a slice of pizza” during a photo-op with soldiers in Rzeszow, Poland.
His speech felt uninspiring and he forgot the name of his Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin as well as the late Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.
Also in 2016, a video of Joe Biden actually calling US troops “you stupid bastards” to their face during a speech after they failed to clap.
In fact, more than 7 in 10 military servicemen and women do not believe Joe Biden is competent enough to do the job of commander-in-chief. If that poll came out under Donald Trump, every American would’ve heard about it.”
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