Did DOJ Destroy the Special Counsel Audio Interview With Biden?
Just Look at Obama's Body Language When Biden Spoke at That Ritzy LA...
WaPo Executive Editor Has Resigned. The Reason Behind It Isn't Hard to Figure...
Dr. Fauci's Beagle Scandal Becomes Worse, Politico Says Youngkin a Loser Despite Winning...
Texas Gov. Abbott: Here's Proof 'Voter Fraud Is Real'
Off-Duty Secret Service Agent Robbed at Gunpoint During Biden's California Trip
Biden Yells Gibberish At Press the Same Day As KJP Gaslights American People...
Here's What AOC Claims Is a 'Core Threat to Democracy'
KJP: 'Right-Wing Critics' Are Sharing Videos of Biden in 'Bad Faith' With History...
A School District Mandated Students, Staff to Participate in ‘Equity Summits’
‘Savage Animal’: Republicans React to the Arrest of an Illegal Alien Charged With...
Biden Expects Us to Believe He Cares About 'One Flag. One America.'
A Month of Shame and Humiliation as the West Seeks to Appease the...
Palestinians Have Once Again Shown How the 'Two State Solution' Remains a Dangerous...
Biden’s Insane Title IX Regulations Will Not Take Effect in Several More States
Tipsheet

Oh, So That's What Biden's Doing This Week...

AP Photo/Andrew Harnik

In the year since President Joe Biden was caught apparently off-guard by the rapid fall of Afghanistan to Taliban fighters while he tried to enjoy an August vacation, he seemingly is still not willing to let a world on edge deter his escape from Washington. 

Advertisement

According to a new Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) posted by the Federal Aviation Administration, temporary flight restrictions will be instituted in the skies around Kiawah Island, South Carolina from the afternoon of August 10 until the evening of August 17. 

As The New York Post's Miranda Devine noted, Kiawah Island has been a frequent vacation spot for the Bidens, with then-VP Joe Biden spending time there in 2009, 2013, and 2015. 

On Monday morning, the White House officially confirmed the trip in its weekly guidance for the president's week. On Wednesday, August 10, "[t]he President and the First Lady will travel to Kiawah Island, South Carolina."

The Bidens' weeklong trip to South Carolina comes as Americans struggle to make ends meet amid 40-year high inflation, a newly confirmed recession, and soaring interest rates. Credit card debt is skyrocketing as Americans find themselves unable to make ends meet as living to paycheck-to-paycheck still fails to close the gap for more expensive goods and services. 

Advertisement

Meanwhile, the Biden administration is preparing a new package of aid for Ukraine — even though there are increasing questions about whether American contributions to Ukraine's war effort are making it to their intended destinations and recipients. And in the Pacific, China continues to escalate its live fire drills around Taiwan following House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taipei. 

None of that, apparently, is enough to keep Biden close to the White House should there be any urgent developments or to show the American people that he really can "taste" their frustration — as he once bizarrely claimed — under Biden's economic policies. 

Old Joe, apparently, still needs a break from D.C. despite already spending a significant number of his weekends as president at his Delaware retreats — including the weekend that just ended once Biden finally tested negative for COVID-19 again following his "rebound" bout of the virus Biden campaigned on a promise to "shut down."

Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement