BREAKING: Saudi Crown Prince Mocks Joe Biden in Private and Makes Fun of His Gaffes – Questions Biden’s Acuity and Mental Capacity
The Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman mocks Joe Biden in private, making fun of his continual gaffes.
No doubt, he’s not alone. The entire world must mock Old Joe behind closed doors.
He has told advisers he hasn’t been impressed with Biden since his days as vice president, and much preferred former President Donald Trump, the people said. – WSJ 2/2
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) October 24, 2022
Find one world leader who doesn’t privately mock Biden
— Javier Goya (@JavierGoya7) October 24, 2022
Joe Biden’s relationship with the Saudi regime has been frosty to say the least.
Joe Biden threatened US ally Saudi Arabia during his recent CNN interview. Biden told Jake Tapper Saudi Arabia will face “consequences” for its oil production cuts announced this past week.
BREAKING: Here is Joe Biden threatening Saudi Arabia if they do not ramp up oil production 1 month before Congressional elections where his party is expected to lose
This is what Trump was impeached for in 2019
Jake Tapper does not follow up on this in any way pic.twitter.com/DvPzozmvBh
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) October 12, 2022
Less than 24 hours later on Wednesday night the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Ministry released a public statement on social media.
The Kingdom confirmed that Joe Biden attempted to coerce them to cut oil prices until AFTER the election.
A statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs regarding the statements issued about the Kingdom following the OPEC+ decision. pic.twitter.com/Bo7JVPDzFo
— Foreign Ministry (@KSAmofaEN) October 12, 2022
In the Foreign Ministry’s statement, the kingdom confirms that Joe Biden pressured the Saudi royalty to delay cuts in output and lower oil costs for another month until after the midterm election.
“The Government of the Kingdom clarified through its continuous consultation with the US Administration that all economic analyses indicate that postponing the OPEC+ decision for a month, according to what has been suggested, would have had negative economic consequences,” according to the statement.
“The Kingdom stresses that while it strives to preserve the strength of its relations with all friendly countries, it affirms its rejection of any dictates, actions, or efforts to distort its noble objectives to protect the global economy from oil market volatility. Resolving economic challenges requires the establishment of a non-politicized constructive dialogue, and to wisely and rationally consider what serves the interests of all countries.”
And now the Saudis are mocking the US leader. What a disgrace.