Biden Won’t Be Visiting Waukesha, But Campaigns for Partisan Legislation


To promote partisan legislation, President Joe Biden flew from Washington to Minnesota on Tuesday. Knowing geography and having flown that flight several times, I discovered that Air Force One passed through Wisconsin on its way to the Land of 10,000 Lakes.

Despite this reality and the terrible nature of the Nov. 22 massacre in suburban Milwaukee and the pain it inflicted upon a community in southeast Wisconsin, Biden doesn’t plan to visit Waukesha, pay respects or act as a consoler in chief, as he has done elsewhere.

Jen Psaki (White House Press Secretary) said that the president will not be visiting Waukesha as the trip “requires many assets.”

Psaki responded to Peter Doocy’s straightforward question about the bizarre decision by giving her usual smug excuse. She rambled on with silly excuses for why the President will not be visiting Waukesha.

It is unbelievable how transparent and political this is. The White House, like the media, wants to pretend that this horrible attack didn’t happen because it doesn’t fit their anti-gun and racial narratives.

Six Americans were murdered in public, including children and grandmothers. This was a conscious decision.

Since the media is fast-moving on, here’s a reminder: Darrell Brooks, an anti-white, black nationalist with an extensive rap sheet, was accused of driving his car into the annual holiday parade. Prosecutors have charged him with sixth-degree intentional murder after an 8-year-old boy was killed in the attack.