Make-believe president and venal house plant Joe Biden has been making some bizarre, dishonest, and wildly demagogic statements lately, giving hope to his supporters that he may still be sentient or at least semi-conscious. For instance, Biden recently spoke of state attempts to shore up election security by requiring voters to show identification at the polls and he said (and this is an actual quote), “We are facing the most significant test of our democracy since the civil war and that is not hyperbole.” In this case, the word hyperbole is derived from the Greek words “hyper”, meaning absolutely idiotic and “bully”, meaning comparisons to the Civil War. The civil war was a four-year 19th century cataclysm during which hundreds of thousands of Americans died trying to find their driver's licenses so they could vote.
The New York Times, a former newspaper, says the phrase “This is not hyperbole” is not bizarre and dishonest demagoguery but is rather just one example of what they call “Bidenisms”, a charming new word meaning bizarre and dishonest demagoguery made to sound charming by the New York Times. According to the times, Bidenisms include such phrases as:
· “Here's the deal” which means “What I am about to say to you is a steaming pile of complete horse shit.”
· “Look folks” which means “Here's the deal, I'm serious” which means “Look folks, not a joke” which means “What I just said to you was a steaming pile of complete horse shit and this is not hyperbole” which in this case means “Not a joke”.
Other adorable Bidenisms include:
· “Where am I?” which means “I am so lost.”
· “Who am I?” which means “I am so lost.”
· “Can someone take me back to the basement please?” which means “I am so lost.”
· “I know you already told me where I am but where am I?” which means “I am so lost.”
New York Times White House correspondent and Biden spokeswoman, Maggie Mendacious says, Biden's trademark manner of speaking is part of his folksy, down to earth, working man charm rather than a vomitous babble of deceptions and irrelevance meant to distract from his bizarre and dishonest demagoguery. In a video put out by the former newspaper in the hope some idiot would believe it, Miss Mendacious says, “Right-wingers insist on treating the president as if he's lying through his teeth in order to stir up hatred between one set of Americans and another, but the left absolutely loves the guy because he's lying through his teeth in order to stir up hatred between one set of Americans and another. It's all such a relief after Donald Trump, who was really the greatest threat to this nation since the civil war and that's not hyperbole.” In this case the word hyperbole is derived from the Greek words “hyper”, meaning thoroughly corrupt and “bully”, meaning New York Times White House correspondent.
Recent polls show a large majority of Americans look forward to hearing more Bidenisms, or any other signs that Biden is still alive, and Kamala Harris is not yet the president.