Nails on a Chalkboard

Anyone who has cringed at the sound of fingernails scratching on a chalkboard has likely experienced the same feeling whenever President Biden speaks.

The president visited Maui this week (which he mistakenly referred to as “the Big Island”) and did little to relieve the pain of those who have suffered a monumental loss from wildfires that killed at least 114 people with more than 800 missing and many homes completely destroyed.

In this heavily Democratic state, Biden was greeted with signs that said, “go home” and expletives that can’t be printed in a family newspaper. He pledged a paltry $700 in relief aid to each family, which one critic said barely covers the cost of high-priced groceries. Apparently they haven’t gotten the message that Bidenomics “is working,” according to the president. Some rightly asked why Ukraine is receiving billions of dollars in U.S. aid and Maui is getting chump change by comparison. Good question.

In a bizarre statement the president said: “I don’t want to compare difficulties (which he proceeded to do), but we have a little sense, Jill and I, of what it’s like to lose a home. Years ago, now 15 years ago, while I was in Washington doing ‘Meet

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