President Biden is the gift that just keeps on giving. Our latest gift was courtesy of the First Lady, Dr. Jill Biden, who in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, admitted that she and the president use text messages to argue.
The new term is “fexting,” and the First Lady claims that she doesn’t want to bad mouth her husband out loud because the Secret Service that always surrounds them might hear her. The problem is that when you send a text (fext) to the President of the United States, that communication is preserved in the national archives.
Why would the First Lady harass a cognitively challenged elderly leader? As Laura Ingram points out (see the YouTube video below), maybe she’s upset “because he doesn’t call her ‘Doctor Jill.’”
The First Lady Jill Biden is not, as Whoopie Goldberg once erroneously pointed out, a medical doctor. Dr. Jill isn’t even a Ph.D. Her doctorate is in education—an Ed.D.
In any event, the president is struggling with high inflation and high gas prices, and plummeting polls. His latest problem is the shortage of baby formula—a nightmare scenario for someone who is dedicated to the nanny state.
His latest announcement was that United Airlines has agreed to offer cargo space “for the delivery of 3.7 bottles of the formula.”
You don’t need to be an Ed.D to know he was supposed to read 3.7 million. Maybe he was upset by the latest “fext” from Dr. Jill.