Whatever previous vice president Joe Biden said about President Donald Trump’s foreign policy speech on Thursday really uses to the policy that Biden performed together with former President Barack Obama– and not Trump.

In his speech, at City University of New York City, Biden called Trump an “extreme” threat to the nation’s nationwide security. Nobody has actually yet taken Biden to task for explaining the sitting commander-in-chief in such alarmist terms.

However that wasn’t even the most bizarre element of Biden’s speech. He said the primary problem in Trump’s foreign policy was … Charlottesville, Virginia. Biden went on to recite a variation of the exposed “really great people” scam, declaring that Trump had actually drawn a “moral equivalence in between those who promoted hate and those who opposed it.” That, he said, was a risk to America’s objective of meaning democratic worths on the planet.

But in truth, Trump particularly condemned the neo-Nazis in Charlottesville on multiple occasions. The entire property of Biden’s speech was a lie.

Biden went on to declare that Trump’s diplomacy declines democratic values and prefers the rise of authoritarianism worldwide. He mentioned Trump’s warmth to Russian president Vladimir Putin and North Korean totalitarian Kim Jong-un. And he claimed that Trump has weakened America’s alliances with democracies in favor of flattery from totalitarians.

Apparently Biden forgot that Obama actually acquiesced the Saudi king; that he abandoned the pro-democracy demonstrations during the Green Transformation in Iran; that he pressed for a “reset” with Russia and abandoned our Czech and Polish allies on rocket defense; that he guaranteed Putin he would be a lot more “versatile” after he won re-election; that he tried to stabilize relations with the Cuban dictatorship without securing any democratic reforms there; that he offered the store away to the communist dictatorship in China; and that he abandoned Israel, a betrayal in which Biden himself played a direct and disgraceful function, condemning Israel for constructing apartments in a Jewish area of Jerusalem.

Trump applauds totalitarians as a negotiating technique; Obama applauded them because he, too, believed America was a problem.

One of the few times the Obama administration accepted democratic change was throughout the Arab Spring, when “democracy” implied the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood– which had no interest in freedom, only in power.

In 2008, the Obama project cast Biden as a diplomacy guru, though he had actually been wrong on nearly every foreign policy concern in his profession. On Thursday, he primarily overlooked his own record.

Astonishingly, Biden claimed credit for Trump’s success in crushing the so-called “Islamic State,” stating he dealt with Obama “to craft the military and diplomatic campaign that eventually beat ISIS.” In fact, Biden was complicit in the rise of ISIS. He was Obama’s point man on Iraq when the U.S. all of a sudden pulled out of the nation, leaving a vacuum that ISIS filled. He did not object when Obama called the fear group “junior university.”

Biden provided absolutely nothing new in regards to options to present foreign policy difficulties. He declared that the Iran nuclear offer had been a success– on the very day Iran was reported to have actually been cheating all along. He said the U.S. should return to the offer as soon as Iran did, providing no concept how to guarantee that it did so. On North Korea, Biden promised he would “empower our arbitrators,” whatever that implies.

He said that he would get “hard” with China, which Trump is currently doing (and which Biden formerly recommended he wouldnotdo). And on immigration, he ridiculed the extremely idea of borders– literally: “I respect no borders.”

And this is thefinestDemocrats have on diplomacy.

Joel B. Pollak is Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News. He earned an A.B. in Social Researches and Environmental Science and Public Law from Harvard. He is a winner of the 2018 Robert Novak Journalism Alumni Fellowship. He is also the co-author ofHow Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution, which is available from Regnery. Follow him on Twitter at @joelpollak.

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