Biden continues bizarre trend of kneeling in group photos, this time with US troops

When President Joe Biden isn’t making stupid gaffes that inch the Western world closer to World War III, he’s apparently busy making another bizarre move that is garnering unwanted attention.

During the formal commissioning celebration ceremony for the nuclear submarine the USS Delaware in Wilmington, Delaware, the president, and first lady Jill Biden, paused to take a picture with a group of U.S. Navy sailors for the event.

While that might seem normal, what struck many as odd is that the president continued a bizarre trend of kneeling in various photo ops.

The problem is that it’s not the first time that the fragile president has taken a knee for photo ops where it really wasn’t required.

The photo

There were plenty of arguments on social media as to why Biden chose to take a knee in front of a group of U.S. troops.

Some argued that it was as simple as not wanting to block the officers behind him and the first lady in the photo, even though Jill Biden remained standing.

Others said it could be a sign of respect for the fallen.

Yet, others demanded that given his status as the commander-in-chief, the president should stand tall and proud anytime he poses with U.S. troops, like former President Donald Trump always did.

Other instances

It should be noted that his latest kneeling was simply the latest in a growing number of similar past instances, including one recently when he honored a Korean war veteran.

The president even sparked controversy with one particular kneeling event, when he posed, kneeling, for pictures with WNBA’s Seattle Storm. Some outlets speculated whether or not Biden’s kneeling was a symbol for social justice or police reform.

A man as weak and fragile as Joe Biden probably shouldn’t be kneeling in the first place, as it’s brutal on his joints. He could avoid controversy altogether by just standing in photos like every other normal leader and person does.

Share on facebook
Share To Facebook

Welcome to our comments section. We want to hear from you!

Any comments with profanity, advocacy of violence, harassment, personally identifiable information or other violations will be removed. If you feel your comment has been removed in error please contact us!

Latest Posts