G. McConway
September 1, 2023

Biden Visiting Florida on Saturday Morning

Hell must have frozen over because Joe Biden is actually going to put some work in on Saturday.

Biden announced earlier this week that he would be heading to Florida on Saturday morning, reported CNN.

The inconvenience of the Florida storms has ruined his normal Saturday morning spin class and iced matcha tea, but I am sure he will be back there in time to catch some rays in Delaware before the afternoon is over.

No Repeat

Joe Biden’s Maui response criticism clearly got the attention of someone at the White House.

This time around, Joe offered up no excuses about getting in the way, nor is he going to take weeks to get there (by the way, he still has not been to Palestine after the train derailment and huge chemical spill).

Hurricane Idalia has caused all kinds of havoc in Florida but once again, Governor DeSantis has been all over this.

He had assets in place long before the storm hit, ready to roll to make repairs and restore power as soon as it was safe to do so.

Biden made the announcement while hob-knobbing with FEMA staff.

Biden had pizzas dropped off and thanked the workers for all their hard work during this brutal stretch of Maui and Florida emergencies.

Biden, of course, could not resist taking a shot at Republicans.

He stated, “Some of my colleagues, my former colleagues in the Senate … think that this disaster relief money we’re asking to continue to finish the job so far and have enough money to continue to work to save the American people — their lives, their homes, their well-being — is somehow, not needed.

“We need this disaster relief met and we need to do it in September, it can’t wait,” reported The Hill.

Well, maybe if he would do a straight funding package rather than tying FEMA funding to Democrat pet projects, it would get done.

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