Dan Bongino has slammed Joe Biden, blasting the Democrat president for making “everything worse” every time he “opens his mouth.”
During an appearance on “Fox & Friends Weekend” today, Bongino blamed Biden for all of the multiple catastrophes that America has been dealing with over the past year.
Bongino made a list and noted that, when Biden talks about an issue, he makes it worse.
“I discussed this on my show last week in my ‘Build Back Better’ thing,” Bongino said.
“Listen, regardless of what the motivations are, what actually has Biden built back better?
“You can blame Trump all you want, but everything’s worse.
“And my theory of this is like the quantum physics theory, right.
“The idea that if you can observe something you can change the nature of it by just observing it.
“This applies to Biden,” he said.
“Whatever Biden observes and talks about, Biden makes worse.
“If he talks about immigration and the border like he did during the campaign, what happens?
“More people say, ‘Hey, let’s come in, it’s Joe Biden, it’s sweet.’
“He talks about an invasion of eastern Ukraine being a ‘minor invasion.’
“I’m not kidding.
“Everything Biden opens his mouth about always gets worse.
“The very act of him observing it: he screws things up.
“It’s the one time, everyone cover this, ‘Dan Bongino agrees with Barack Obama.’
“Don’t underestimate Joe’s ability to screw things up.
“Barack Obama was one hundred percent right about that.
“Maybe the one thing I agree with Barack Obama, we just should’ve listened to him on that,” he said.
President Biden warned that the Russian invasion of Ukraine will likely cause food shortages in some parts of the world because both countries are major exporters of wheat, in remarks to reporters in Brussels on Wednesday.
“It’s going to be real. The price of these sanctions is not just imposed upon Russia; it’s imposed upon an awful lot of countries as well, including European countries and our country as well,” Biden said.
“Both Russia and Ukraine have been the breadbasket of Europe in terms of wheat, for example — just to give you one example.”
Biden added that the heads of the G-7 nations discussed potential food shortages and ways to alleviate them, raising the possibility that the U.S. and Canada could increase exports.
“We had a long discussion in the G-7 with both the United States, which has a significant — the third largest producer of wheat in the world, as well as Canada, which is also a major, major producer.
And we both talked about how we could increase and disseminate more rapidly food shortages,” Biden said.