G. McConway
August 1, 2023

Photos Emerge from Yet Another Biden Beach Weekend

When I grow up, I want to have Joe Biden's part-time job.

I have never seen a president that literally shuts it down on Friday afternoon and does not come up on the radar again until sometime Monday afternoon.

That is the life of Joe Biden since taking office, especially during the summer, when Joe hits the beach every weekend at Rehoboth Beach.

This time, however, some pictures have surfaced, whereas reporters and cameras are usually shunned when Biden shuts it down," reported Business Insider.

Biden's Beach House

I could not help but laugh at the video claiming that beachgoers were just leaving Joe and Jill alone.

When the camera panned out, it was clear why… Secret Service had set up a perimeter all around Biden to make sure nobody got near him.

Biden purchased the beach home in 2017 after leaving office as the Vice President. When Biden purchased the home, he stated, "Throughout our careers, Jill and I have dreamed of being able to buy a place at the beach at home where we can bring the whole family. We feel very lucky that we're now able to make that happen and are looking forward to spending time with our family," reported Fox News at the time.

Biden had a windfall of cash after leaving office, between his book about Beau and his alleged business deals, the family had plenty of cash to splurge.

Delaware Online also did a puff piece on Biden this past weekend, showing the various activities of Biden over the course of the weekend.

The post featured everything from Biden riding a bike, to hitting the beach, shopping, and, of course, Biden attending church.

The drive by the media to make Biden more likable is beginning, as they need to counter Biden's horrific polling numbers and deficit to Trump in a potential 2024 rematch.

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