The Tragedy Of Joe Biden Is Clear For All To See

19 02 2022

  By Timothy D. Naegele[1]

It is sad to watch Joe Biden speak.  After at least two brain operations, he fumbles along and has difficulty stringing two sentences together, as well as articulating a complete and coherent thought.[2]  He is not the man that I first encountered in the hearing room of the Senate Banking Committee in Washington, D.C.  He was a newly-minted U.S. Senator in the month that followed the death of his  first wife Neilia and their one-year-old daughter Naomi, who were killed in a tragic automobile accident while Christmas shopping in Delaware.[3]

Fast forward, and he is America’s President today, albeit having lost Afghanistan to the Taliban (and ISIS), leaving behind Americans and those who had helped us[4].  He is in the process of repeating that debacle in Ukraine.  Long ago, Russia’s KGB-trained killer Vladimir Putin sized up Biden correctly, and is in the process of walking all over him—and the United States, and the American people.  To Putin, Biden must represent “a gift from the gods,” and a buffoon, imbecile and pathetic loser.

Previously, I wrote the following about Biden and the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen’s magnificent work:

In the fable “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” two make-believe weavers purport to spin a fine suit of clothes for the emperor, which is made of beautiful material that possesses the wonderful quality of being invisible to any man who is unfit for his office or unpardonably stupid.  The potentate and his subjects acknowledge that the garments are very fine indeed.  That is, until one little child sees the emperor marching in a procession, and says at last: “But he has nothing on at all”—and the grand swindle is exposed for all to see.[5]

And I added:

Perhaps before the 2020 presidential campaign has run its course, one little child will express the belief that Joe Biden is “brain dead,” or certainly very close to it.  Lots of Democrats know this already, but are  too afraid (or ashamed) to acknowledge it publicly.[6]

I love my country deeply, and empathize with each and every American who has suffered in any way from China’s Coronavirus pandemic and the lockdowns.  It is as though that country’s leadership including Xi Jinping set about trying to destroy the United States, and dominate the world.  Each move is calculated; and Putin’s conquest of Ukraine is merely part of the plan to weaken and/or destroy us.[7]

Ever fearful of losing the Congressional elections in November, the Democrats are marshaling every means at their disposal to crucify Donald Trump, and shift the focus away from Biden’s staggering failures and colossal, mind-boggling ineptitude.  Lots of us began as Democrats but will never vote for one again.  More and more Americans feel this way; and the Democrats cannot camouflage the defeats in Afghanistan and Ukraine. The blood is on their hands, for the world to see.

Yes, Putin is a killer and pure evil[8], but the Democrats are evil too, which cannot be disguised or papered over[9].  Throw in Hunter Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and others of their ilk; and one has difficulty distinguishing between them.  Each of them kills, albeit some are more subtle than the others.

If the world could have stopped Hitler in his tracks, and prevented the Holocaust and so many other monumental human tragedies, would it have hesitated?  Knowing what we know today, is there any reason to hesitate now with respect to Putin? The question seems essentially rhetorical, because the answer is abundantly clear. Putin must be terminated; and there is no time to spare.

Lastly, are there any “half-way” measures that might work, such as cutting off Russia’s access to the SWIFT payments system, which would crush or cripple that country’s economy?  Biden seems too weak and pathetic to use such tools, perhaps because Putin has “dirt” on Biden and his son Hunter, which if disclosed might destroy them.


© 2022, Timothy D. Naegele


[1]  Timothy D. Naegele was counsel to the United States Senate’s Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, and chief of staff to Presidential Medal of Freedom and Congressional Gold Medal recipient and former U.S. Senator Edward W. Brooke (R-Mass).  See, e.g., Timothy D. Naegele Resume-21-8-6  and  He has an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), as well as two law degrees from the School of Law (Boalt Hall), University of California, Berkeley, and from Georgetown University.  He served as a Captain in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, assigned to the Defense Intelligence Agency at the Pentagon, where he received the Joint Service Commendation Medal (see, e.g., Mr. Naegele is an Independent politically; and he is listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Law, and Who’s Who in Finance and Business. He has written extensively over the years (see, e.g., and, and studied photography with Ansel Adams.  He can be contacted directly at

[2]  See, e.g., (“Biden Is Brain Dead”) and (“Brain Dead Joe Biden Has Picked Willie Brown’s Ho As Our Next President”)

[3]  See supra n.2.

[4]  See, e.g., (“The Tragedy Of Afghanistan”)

[5]  See (“Biden Is Brain Dead”)

[6]  See supra n.5

[7]  See, e.g., (Timothy D. Naegele, “The Coronavirus and Similar Global Issues: How to Address Them”) and (“U.S. Has Far Higher Covid Death Rate Than Other Wealthy Countries”) and (“U.S. COVID death toll tops fall peak and is higher than in other wealthy countries, as global deaths climb 9% in latest week”) and (“The new BA.2 omicron subvariant is already circulating in half of U.S. states”) and (“US Covid doc: We are ‘burned out'”) and (“Too Young to Feel So Old”)

[8]  See (“The Death Of Putin And Russia: The Final Chapter Of The Cold War”); see also (“Will Putin Seize Ukraine, And If So When?”)

[9]  See, e.g., (“The Democrats Are Evil But Smart, While The Republicans Are Neanderthals And Dumb”)



9 responses

20 02 2022
H. Craig Bradley


Yes, you can just bet that Putin has the goods on the Biden Family and others, as well. It reminds me when a customer at a grocery store in East Portland, Oregon knocked-out the PM manager in the parking lot. Many eye witnesses but nobody intervened, including store security.

I have noticed when an argument or fight breaks-out or there is some other kind of personal conflict of sorts, nobody really wants to get involved or much cares. Let someone else take care of the problem or situation. So, often as is the case, nothing happens whatsoever. This is the norm. Failure to Communicate is pandemic.

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau is even worse for Canadians than Joe Biden is for the U.S. of A. because at least our President is subject to Constitutional limits to his power. In contrast, it does not appear any such limitations apply to any of the Commonwealth Nations ( Australia, New Zealand, or Canada ). PM Justin Trudeau is arresting protestors ( truck drivers in Ottawa and supporters) and the event organizers at their homes, as of this last Thursday evening. Fines and jail time with no trial !! Try that in America and see a real fight. (Canadians can’t fight because they can not own firearms without registration and permits).

Major Canadian Banks have been told to freeze individual accounts if money was used to support the Freedom Truckers Protest. No court order, no crime, just unlawful civil asset seizures due to “politics”?? In-fact, “the Crown” recently orchestrated an overnight shutdown of online banking functions all across Canada. It is suggested that some Canadians attempted to withdraw all their monies from the major banks at once prior to the shutdown of banking functions. A panicked Government had to stop any possible “run” on Canadian Banks.

Selectively freezing bank accounts for no legal reason is exactly what Adolph Hitler did once he was elected Chancellor of Germany. The Nazis forbid Germans to open any accounts outside Germany or transfer money outside of Germany (Capital Controls). Anonymous (numbered) bank accounts in Switzerland arose around this time during the 1930’s. This is exactly what PM Justin Trudeau is doing right now. So, if you think Joe Biden is bad, then guess what, its much worse right now in Canada. Everything is relative.


20 02 2022
Timothy D. Naegele

Thank you, Craig, for your comments as always.

In Ukraine, will Putin kill Vitali Klitschko — the former boxing champion, and now the mayor of Kyiv — acting through his surrogates? Is he on Moscow’s “kill list”?

See (“Vitali Klitschko”) and (“U.S. says Russia expected to invade Ukraine ‘very soon'”); see also (“Once He Kept Russia at a Distance. Now He Is a Docile Putin Satrap”)

At some point, Putin will die — like Hitler and Mussolini before him — and this world will be a far better place.

Regarding Trudeau, he is a petty politician whose career piggybacked on his father Pierre’s time in office. Canadians need to rise up and throw him out now.

See, e.g., (“Canadian MP says single mom on minimum wage has had her bank account frozen for donating $50 to Freedom Convoy: Trudeau is blasted for draconian law that ‘would never have been imposed on BLM'”)


20 02 2022
H. Craig Bradley


Yes, Canadian and American voters alike need to oust incumbents everywhere both at the State and Federal levels. I think the Western nations currently have some of the worst or most incompetent and unqualified government leaders and officials in political offices. Time to take off the masks and put on the gloves! Voters really need to “Grow a Pair”, as well. Yet, when recall elections are actually held, somehow the voters keep the bums in-office often times ( Gov. Newsom, as a recent example).

This is because too many voters are apathetic and don’t know or don’t much care about facts and can not add 2 + 2. If L.A. D.A. George Gascone’ is not recalled and removed this coming Nov. in L.A. County, then you can draw your own conclusions about actual voter self-determination. Sadly, most voters in Blue States and Cities like California just want big government and all the free stuff. They could “give a rip” otherwise. ( Just Give it To ME ).

So, I will be intently observing the results of various State and Local elections this coming Nov. as well as for Federal Elected Offices such as Congressmen and U.S. Senators. I suspect Blue states will largely remain blue and Red States will remain as they are (Status Quo). Little overall net change is my initial forecast at this time. I see NO major political upsets at the State level. In the end, actions speak louder than words. Wait and See.

As far as Putin Goes in the Ukraine: How About The Invasion that Did Not Happen ?. A Russian-Armenian neighbor today referred to Biden’s talk of an imminent invasion of Ukraine by Russia as just so much “dirty politics”. I would tend to agree with him, not particularly liking either one of them (Biden or Putin ). I am in danger of becoming a real curmudgeon of late.


20 02 2022
Timothy D. Naegele

Thank you again, Craig.

There is one factor that you seem to have overlooked with respect to the Congressional elections in November: lots of Democrats — approaching 30, according to recent calculations — are taking early retirements to preserve their pensions. This factor alone may tip the balance in favor of the GOP.

See, e.g., (“Are Democrats Kicking Away Their Future?”)

Also, Independents — some 35-40 percent of the American electorate — are abandoning the Dems, along with young mothers who are adamantly against forced vaccinations of their kids.

Regarding Ukraine, time will tell; and the same is true of China vis-a-vis Taiwan and elsewhere. My guess is that both Putin and Xi Jinping will move soon, because they see a “window of opportunity” with Brain Dead Joe and Willie Brown’s ho Kamala “in charge” of America.


20 02 2022
H. Craig Bradley


I have heard that many incumbent Congressmen of BOTH parties are going to soon retire and thus keep their campaign contributions along the way. In-addition, career politicians get a generous pension income and medical insurance, far superior to what we “little people” get ( Obama Care ).

Keep in-mind when a Federal agency institutes an early retirement program its often the best and most capable employees (younger) who take the offer and leave the agency. The remainders are usually the ‘company men’ who can’t earn a living anywhere else outside of government anywhere near the salary and benefit levels they have enjoyed-so they often hang around. (This is colloquially referred to in-house as “retiring in-place”).

So, employee turnover is very low in the government sector, institutional memory is long and change is short. Thus, the system has built-in inertia at nearly all levels. ( Its quite stagnant and stultifying, actually). Its also unlikely to ever change.

The impetus for many of these early retirements is said to be the inability of any individual Congressional representative to change course or solve what have become intractable fiscal and monetary problems over the years (sic. decades). Congress just keeps spending ever more $ Trillions through all administrations and adding to our national debt (downfall). In- fact, annual Federal spending and debt formation is now parabolic and for the most part unstoppable. So, many good Congressmen of both parties are bailing-out and headed for Greener pastures in retirement. I think they are the smart ones, as well.

So, the about only way to change or reform the existing system is to let the trends play-out over the next ten years or so and let the whole edifice collapse due to all the dead-weight. After our collective comeuppance, we can then reshape government for the better taking into consideration history and a litany of cumulative (legislative) mistakes. Alternatively, we could further descend into authoritarianism or totalitarianism if we want to allow it. We have opportunity ahead but also many risks, as well. Truly living in “interesting times” indeed.


20 02 2022
Timothy D. Naegele

Thank you again, Craig.

When I worked in the U.S. Senate, I was stunned by the fact that Senators who were defeated or retired could keep all campaign contributions, and generally did so. Needless to say, their contributors had no idea that this was happening.

Since then, the rules have changed somewhat. Congress is still a “private club,” where its members often become rich at the expense of the American people.

See, e.g., (“Bernie Sanders still has $16.2 million in campaign cash — here’s what he can do with the money”)

This article discusses Bernie Sanders’ options, and the rules in general.

Lastly, one reason why Donald Trump has been and continues to be attacked by Democrats and RINOs alike is because he was not a product of the corrupt system. He came into office challenging everything, and the “long knives” were out for him from Day One.

His rallies are still as vibrant these days as when his campaign for the presidency began. He speaks to Americans who feel disenfranchised, and rightly so.


20 02 2022
Mike Roche

Mr. Naegele.

You underestimate the gravity of the situation. This is not about the political foibles of Dementia Joe. This is an orchestration led by, to a large degree, the World Economic Forum (WEF). Klaus Schwab, the head of WEF, has young leaders, “shapers” as he calls them, that have infiltrated multiple cabinets. On video, Klaus explains how the WEF has “penetrated” over 50% of Canada’s Cabinet. There are over 10,000 shapers, at every level of corporate and government leadership. Pete Buttigieg is one for example. There are many others at very high levels of society. You have little idea of what you are up against.

Secondly, cutting Russia off of SWIFT? Go ahead. This will allow Russia to settle oil sales in Bitcoin or native fiat, such as they do with China. Trade oil for Yuan, and China trades whatever for rubles. This would drive de-dollarization.

This is a very complex and eventful time in human history. Some say the 4th Turning, with which I agree. Neither you, nor I, can see exactly how this will turn out, but one thing is certain: The next 5-10yrs will be the most eventful, consequential, time in your life. History will study what is coming.

The showdown is coming: Good vs. evil.


20 02 2022
Timothy D. Naegele

Thank you, Mike, for your comments.

I agree completely that very “eventful, consequential” times are ahead, perhaps unlike anything that Americans have faced in their lifetimes.

And many/most are weakened — physically, mentally, morally and financially — like never before, because of China’s Coronavirus and other factors.

Regarding the SWIFT payments system sanctions, yes, our “allies” might balk at their use; and Russia has developed some alternatives. But the effects today would still be devastating for Russia’s economy.

Couple this with Russians coming back from Ukraine in “body bags,” and at some point Putin may lose the support of the Russian people.

Next, I agree that a “showdown is coming.” Someone from Australia asked at the Daily Mail’s website: “Where is the international outcry” to Putin?

Having gotten away with his nonstop murders since he assumed power in Russia, and having stolen from the Russian people to the tune of many billions of dollars — with his cronies doing the same — he does not believe there are any constraints.

Because Obama, the Bidens and the Democrats have been doing the same thing for generations, Putin doesn’t see any differences or adverse consequences. Moreover, he is a product of the brutal KGB in East Germany, where killing was his job.

Lastly, when Twitter censors/deletes/bans comments to the effect that the killer of a mother with four young kids should be “hung,” the world has turned upside down.

See (“Dashcam footage reveals how Uber driver, 38, pleaded with robber before he shot her dead”)

And killers and thugs like George Floyd are lionized.

Indeed, the thugs, slugs, hoods and mongrels of “Black Lives Matter,” Antifa and other far-Left groups have burned our cities; killed or hurt innocent Americans including our police; and destroyed black and other businesses.

Instead of being put down like rabid animals, they are released to do it again. What we have been witnessing is a “dumbing down” of America — with Joe Biden probably being “compromised” because of what Putin knows about Hunter and him, which might destroy them if it was released publicly.

See also (“Will Americans Have A Country When Biden And His Democrats Are Finished With It?”)


21 02 2022
Timothy D. Naegele

See (“Putin orders ‘peacekeeping forces’ into two pro-Russian regions in eastern Ukraine after Biden hit them with sanctions: Vlad says Ukraine ‘is a US colony with a puppet regime that could soon have WMD'”)

Brain Dead Joe’s response to Russia’s KGB-trained cold-blooded killer Vladimir Putin is weak and pathetic, and invites the tragic invasion of Ukraine, and countless deaths.

Putin learned his craft of killing in the DDR, or East Germany, and is as vicious as Hitler or Stalin, and may be their alter ego or heir. This must never be forgotten.

Will Putin use Babi Yar-like killing techniques in Ukraine?

See (“Babi Yar”)

China may be emboldened to attack Taiwan savagely; and Americans may be faced with a two-front war.

Has World War III begun in earnest? Is this what Biden, Harris, Pelosi, Schumer and the Democrats have given to the United States and the American people?

Will we survive?

See (“Could The United States Fight And Win World War II Again?”); see also (“In Eastern Ukraine, Life Under Shelling by Russian-Backed Forces Becomes Untenable for Many”)

Also, the attacks on us by Putin and/or China have begun already — in addition to China’s Coronavirus:

“Officials who suffered ‘Havana Syndrome’ symptoms discuss experiences,”

Lastly, no environmentalist should ever forget that Putin’s USSR gave Chernobyl to the world in Ukraine already:

See, e.g., (“Chernobyl disaster”)


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