He's president in his own mind

In Italy, artist Salvatore Garau sold his latest invisible sculpture, a work titled "I Am." It isn't. The art does not exist except in the imagination of the artist. Garau says the sculpture may be displayed in any light since it's not there. The buyer gets a stamped certificate in exchange for payment of $18,000, assuming they can't just imagine they paid.

In Washington DC, we have "the relatively invisible President Biden." Sharyl Attkisson asks: "Does it matter to you that President Biden has been so inaccessible to the public and the press? Even if he were taking regular questions, with the press by-and-large not asking the critical questions that need to be asked-- would we learn anything, anyway?"

Also in Washington, Biden's backup, Kamala Harris handed out Kamala Harris cookies to the press onboard Air Force Two on the way to Guatemala. She visited the back of Air Force Two and delivered cookies decorated with the shape of her likeness. But her face is smudged out; maybe she was inspired by Salvatore Garau. It's like she's invisible.

Kamala has clearly been pushed aside by Biden's strong arm aides. The're tryiing to make her invisible. She's been given impossible assignments, like the border, and is being set up to fail. So much for the theory that Joe would be pushed out in her favor.

The editorial board of Issues & Insights observes:
 
Earlier in Joe Biden’s presidency, we wondered if his wife Jill was running the White House, and in effect the country. It’s still not out of the question, but it’s beginning to look more like Chief of Staff Ron Klain, unelected and not confirmed by the Senate, is the real president. This should make all Americans uncomfortable.

Klain, who was the vice president’s chief of staff when Biden held that office, has been called “the man executing Biden’s mission” (which seems to be carrying out the Cloward-Piven model that advocates manufacturing a political and economic crisis so that politicians can accrue more power in order to fix it, and use that power to kill off capitalism). He’s also been called Biden’s “co-pilot and fixer.” 

What we’re seeing today, outside of the Wilson administration, might be unprecedented in U.S. history. (Though there’s no question that Barack Obama was firmly in the Svengalian grip of adviser Valerie Jarrett.)

Speaking of Barack, he just can't shut up, can he? As RedState put it in a headline: "Barack Obama Reminds Everyone He's a Disingenuous Hack."
 
Barack Obama is back in the public eye, having recently sat down with CNN to rattle off his list of grievances against the Republican Party. In his typical smarmy fashion, he managed to pretend that the GOP is trying to “rig the game” of elections by having (gasp!) general standards at the state level. You see, if you can’t vote three months in advance by handing your ballot to a harvester, do you really have the right to vote?

As Salvatore Garau has reminded us, it's hard to tell what's real anymore. Some things we can't even see.
 

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