G. McConway
August 23, 2023

Biden Compares His Small House Fire to Devastation in Maui

I cannot stand people who have to make every story or every event about themselves.

My friends and I used to call these people toppers, and that is what Joe Biden is… a topper.

Rather than giving an empathetic speech about the wildfires in Maui, Joe Biden once again launched into a story about his little pathetic kitchen fire.

I Wanna Talk About Me, I Wanna Talk About I, I Wanna Talk About Number One

If you do not recognize that line, it is from a Toby Keith song.

That should be Joe Biden's theme song because he has to make every story about him or the death of his son Beau.

When he went to Maui to visit local officials and survivors of the wildfires, he did it again.

Biden likened a very small kitchen fire at his home to the devastation that has killed more than 100 people that we know of, a number that will likely grow to 10 times that, with children expected to make up a significant number of the deaths.

Topper Biden stated, "I don't want to compare difficulties, but we have a little sense, Jill and I, of what it was like to lose a home," reported Fox News.

He continued, "Years ago, now, 15 years, I was in Washington doing 'Meet the press'… Lightning struck at home on a little lake outside the home, not a lake or a big pond. It hit the wire and came up underneath our home, into the…air condition ducts.

"To make a long story short, I almost lost my wife, my 67 Corvette, and my cat."

That horrific fire that he talks about was actually under control in about 20 minutes, according to the local fire chief at the time.

It was hardly as big or as threatening as Joe makes it out to be.

But can you imagine having lost everything, possibly even a child, and this man is telling that stupid story again? He "almost" lost his Corvette, but they lost their child… yeah, Joe, that is a fair comparison.

He is a narcissistic compulsive liar, yet the media rarely, if ever, calls him out for it to his face.

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