(RepublicanInformer.com)- Juan Williams has named Joe Biden his 2021 Politician of the Year.
See, Juan doesn’t measure this honor based on success. Instead, he measures it based on which politician has had the biggest impact on national politics.
Okay, even by that measure, Joe Biden is a tremendously bad choice.
But not to Juan Williams.
Hang on to your hats. Because here are the reasons Juan thinks Joe is “on track to be one of the most consequential presidents in American history.” And, no, he isn’t writing for the Babylon Bee.
According to Juan, Biden has put the COVID pandemic “largely in the review mirror.”
That’s an odd thing to say considering more people have died of COVID in the ten months Joe has been President than died in the ten months Trump was dealing with COVID. And Trump hadn’t even gotten the vaccines to the public until December of 2020.
Juan conveniently ignores the death count. Instead, he praises Biden for getting Americans vaccinated and blames the Republicans for “undercutting him” by turning vaccines, masks, and social distancing into “polarizing political fights.”
This is Juan Williams, so of course he blames the Republicans.
The other reason Juan thinks Biden will be “one of the most consequential presidents” is because Biden passed that multi-trillion-dollar COVID “relief” bill in March that resulted in a massive worker shortage, high inflation, and soaring prices.
Juan thinks Joe’s withdrawal from Afghanistan is another reason, which pretty much tells you all you need to know about how worthless Juan Williams’ opinion is.
Juan’s runner-up for Politician of the Year is Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia.
To Juan’s way of thinking, thanks to Joe Manchin’s fiscal sanity, Democrats will be able to win suburban voters in the 2022 midterms.
Ah, yes. The Democrats who have relentlessly attacked Manchin for standing in their way will be able to keep hold of the voters who are glad that Manchin is standing in their way. That is some wildly twisted logic.
You can read his entire op-ed at The Hill if you think you can stomach it. It’s much easier to get through if you pretend you’re reading the Babylon Bee.