Joe Biden had a news-making Christmas week. He suggested that all the coal miners that his fossil fuel industry-destroying policies would throw out of work could just “learn to code,” because “Anybody who can throw coal into a furnace can learn how to program, for G-d’s sake.
I don’t know, I’ve seen people who can be Vice President, yet not be able to speak a coherent sentence.
Joe also stepped deep into it by claiming that if the Senate subpoenaed him to testify in any Trump impeachment trial about his son’s alleged corruption, he would defy the subpoena. He backtracked like a crab after someone on his staff apparently told him that Trump was being impeached for allegedly wanting to look into his son’s corruption and defying a Congressional subpoena, both of which he’d strongly condemned.
Meanwhile, a lot of Democrats are probably wishing Joe’s son Hunter had just accepted his responsibilities and paid child support because his court battle against the mother is turning out to be the dumbest strategic decision since General Custer decided to summer at Little Big Horn.
It's an open question on who delivered more gifts to Republicans over Christmas: Santa Claus or the Biden family.