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Biden’s ‘Family First’ Hypocrisy Comes to Light


A recent revelation about President Joe Biden’s public claim to have six grandchildren – and not seven – has triggered a wave of criticism and questions about his touted family-first approach.

An inside report revealed that within the confines of strategic meetings in recent years, it has been firmly established that the Bidens acknowledge six, not seven, grandchildren. Biden has been vocal about the regular contact he maintains with his six recognized grandchildren, conspicuously omitting one.

The seventh grandchild, left uncounted in the familial tally, is Navy Roberts, the daughter of Hunter Biden and Lunden Roberts. This story of a 4-year-old, who has yet to meet her father or grandfather, unfolds a complex narrative interwoven with financial matters, bitter politics, and the privilege of being a Biden by birth.

Columnist Kirsten Fleming voiced her disapproval, referring to the young girl as a “political inconvenience” and denouncing Biden’s disingenuous grandfatherly persona. She decries this glaring omission as a striking hypocrisy, particularly for a self-professed devout Catholic man who has built his career and personal brand on the platform of being a caring patriarch.

In an unexpected turn of events, even Maureen Dowd, a columnist for a predominantly liberal publication, voiced her disappointment with the president. She shared a letter penned by her sister, addressed to Biden. The letter admonished the president for neglecting to recognize Navy Joan, his seventh grandchild, living in Arkansas.

The letter poignantly paints a future scenario where Navy Joan grows up knowing her father and paternal grandparents wanted nothing to do with her. The young girl might one day see videos of her half-sister Naomi’s wedding held on the South Lawn, with her grandfather fondly watching the fireworks with little Beau – a stark contrast to her own overlooked existence.

Dowd echoes her sister’s sentiment, highlighting how Biden has always propagated the importance of family, deriving his political narrative from his own family tragedies. His empathy, stemming from personal loss, has been his unique selling proposition. Yet, the neglect of his youngest grandchild undermines this narrative.

Dowd goes on to argue that the president cannot cherry-pick the circumstances where he defends his son, Hunter. It’s unacceptable to punish an innocent little girl for circumstances beyond her control. The Bidens, she insists, should embrace this child that Hunter has fathered, irrespective of his relationship with the mother.

Dowd’s closing remarks underscore the fact that the president’s cold attitude towards his youngest grandchild contradicts the messages he has been sending for decades and does not resonate with the compassionate America he wishes to lead.

This revelation exposes a stark discrepancy between President Biden’s public persona and private actions. It underscores the importance of maintaining integrity and honesty in leadership, a value that conservative thinkers staunchly uphold.

Alexandra Russel
Alexandra Russel
Highly respected journalist and political commentator with over a decade of experience in the industry. Alex was born and raised in Florida, where she developed a passion for writing at a young age, leading her to pursue a degree in journalism from the University of Florida. After graduation, she worked as a political reporter for several local and national publications before being appointed as the chief editor at Conservative Fix.

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