Reality Has FINALLY Sunk In For Sleepy Joe!


For Imperial Leader Joe Biden, reality has set in. The honeymoon is over, and he’s being pursued on all sides. His Wisdom crawled out from under a mountain of imperial decrees that his handlers had him sign until his hand went numb in order to meet with the four major congressional leaders. They sat down to discuss his massive infrastructure project. It has almost the same chance of succeeding as Florida International University’s pedestrian footbridge.

Joe Biden isn’t used to dealing with the harsh realities of life. He doesn’t seem to be spending as much time there as he used to. He’s starting to lose track of how his sentences are meant to end. One of the things he got lost in the middle of was his big bold infrastructure scheme.

Economists keep reminding him that he can’t keep using credit cards to buy anything. His handlers force him to keep trying, but he won’t listen. The Deep State will make things work; that is their end of the bargain. They tell Joe to just read the script.

His Wisdom and the team of Palace negotiators see his week’s meetings with key Congress members as “crucial to deciding the way forward,” according to the left-leaning Washington Post. They want to know how eager Republicans are to reach an agreement. This is not the case for conservatives.

Progressives don’t waste time trying to persuade deplorable nationalists to believe in their delusions because they believe in the truth of “inflation.” Instead, they’re going after RINOs like Mitt Romney and Liz Cheney to see if they can rely on their votes.

On Wednesday, His Wisdom granted an audience to the top two ranking members of each caucus in the Palace Throne Room. In a cage match described as “cordial but not obviously fruitful,” Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer squared off against Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy.

The entire debate revolved around the economic realities of attempting to finance nonsense like electric cars without raising taxes and causing the economy to collapse. They finally got down to arguing over what constitutes “infrastructure.” The final result has already been predicted by pundits. “Weeks more of bipartisan theatre, followed by a huge compromise bill that the White House sells to moderate Democrats as clearly too great to fail,” according to the most likely scenario.

According to “several reports of the conference,” the four top congressional dogs decided that “physical infrastructure” such as collapsing bridges and roads must be repaired. Perhaps one or two airports and everybody need broadband. So that’s a good place to start. That was the end of it.

The two Republicans made it clear that “no new taxes” is a “red line” for them. McConnell later said that they are “not interested in reopening the 2017 tax bill.” Imperial Leader Biden was told, “We both made that clear.” “That’s our red line. Raising taxes would be the biggest mistake you could make.”

Official Palace spokes unit Jen Psaki says they loaded Joe’s pens up with red ink so he can scrawl a few lines of his own. No Hunter, not those kinds of lines. In the accounting department, the red ink can spill like blood, but Biden is standing firm, and his “red lines” are “doing little and tax rises on families earning less than $400,000 a year.”

McConnell is persuaded that “the 2017 GOP tax cuts for the wealthy” are more necessary than financing social change, according to the Democrats, including Pelosi. She observes that we “have a different set of beliefs.” They experience life through a psychedelic haze.

The group considered pursuing tax evaders as a means of raising funds, but it received little support. It’s been done before, and if the IRS can’t snatch anything these days, it’s not going to happen.

Pelosi insists that she will entertain any ideas, but she is unable to come up with any of her own that will function in this dimension’s reality. Biden claims he doesn’t care which way the wind blows; what he cares about is which way the wind blows.  “I want to know what we agree on and let’s see if we can get an agreement to kick start this. Then fight over what’s left, and see if I can get it done without Republicans if need be.”

Sources: thegoptimes (1),,, thegoptimes (2)