Irony Alert, as Biden Preaches: ‘You Shouldn’t Make Money While You’re in Office’

“Joe Biden being Joe Biden.” It’s a thing. And that thing is not only getting more pathetic, such as clueless Joe’s Easter Bunny minder at Monday’s White House Easter Roll, but also more mind-blowingly ironic and devoid of self-awareness. The latter brings us to the latest example.

During his Tuesday remarks on the so-called “Bipartisan Infrastructure Law,” Biden did what he always does: embellished, took credit for things he didn’t do, outright lied, and in one ironic as hell admonishment, declared: “You shouldn’t make money while you’re in office.” (Bernie Sanders, Nancy Pelosi, and the majority of the members of Congress were last seen rushing for the exits.)

Despite the long history of Washington politicians of course making money while in office — and a hell of a lot of it — the 500-pound elephant in the room is Joe Biden himself, and his “The Big Guy” cuts of his grifter son Hunter’s shady business dealings in Ukraine and China.

Here’s Joe, as transcribed by Becker News:

When I was running for office, you heard it a thousand times from me, that we’re going build an economy me around you.  “I’m so tired of trickle-down economics. And I never found that that trickled down on top of my head very much.

I was listed… I had the great pleasure of being listed as the poorest man in Congress for 36 years. I still was making a hell of a lot more money than anybody else because I was getting a senator’s salary, no kidding.

Yeah, well, “no kidding,” or whatever. Regardless of Biden’s “poorest man in Congress” schtick, Joe and “Dr.” Jill have been able to amass an estimated net worth of $9 million since he left the vice presidency. Whether or not Joe owns “off-the-books” assets in excess of his net worth is another story. At issue, of course, is how much money Biden has made from the aforementioned shady business deals with the aforementioned grifter son.

But again, Biden’s ironic statement of ironic statements from yesterday’s remarks: “I didn’t think you should make money while you’re in office,” he claimed. Wait— let’s replay the tape one more time:

I didn’t think you should make money while you’re in office.


Biden rambled on about growing up in Scranton, PA — Biden always rambles on about growing up in Scranton, PA — and other stuff, but he lost me at the “I don’t think you should make money while you’re in office” line. So if you’re interested in the rest of his typical spiel, you’ll have to Google it or whatever.

Let’s revisit the grifter son’s shady business dealing, via the following RedState headlines:

WH Gets Nailed Again Over Hunter Biden Allegations

Grassley Drops More Bombs in the Biden Scandal

After Finally Covering Hunter Biden Email Scandal, Liberal Media Breaks Sound Barrier Rushing to Protect Joe

Jonathan Turley Calls for Hunter Biden Special Counsel as More Bombshells on the Way

The bottom line:

There is still a lot of dirty water to flow under the bridge before the Biden Family Business™ scandal is fully exposed, including whether “The Big Guy” was and remains up to his lyin’ eyeballs in his crackhead son’s likely-illegal business transactions. Talk of a pending indictment of Hunter continues, as Joe and his equally dishonest White House press secretary Jen “Circle Back” Psaki continue to insist he had zero knowledge of the entire thing.

That, my friends, is impossible to believe. Stay tuned.