(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) In her latest New York Times piece, left-wing columnist Maureen Dowd called out President Joe Biden’s hypocrisy concerning his 4-year-old granddaughter, Navy, whom he refuses to acknowledge.
Dowd’s column, “It’s Seven Grandkids, Mr. President,” argued that Biden’s treatment of Navy demonstrated that the core of his political message is a farce.
“Joe Biden’s mantra has always been that ‘the absolute most important thing is your family,’” she noted. “It is the heart of his political narrative.”
Indeed, the long-serving politician has often put the private financial interests of the Biden family above the national security interests of the American people, and has steadfastly defended and enabled the criminal behavior of many of his close relatives.
Dowd quoted a letter her “Republican” sister had written to Biden, a man she reportedly had lost friends doting over.
“I watched as you told the nation that you had six grandchildren and you loved each one of them,” said the letter.
“I believe that,” it continued. “What I cannot believe and what I find unconscionable is that you refuse to admit or accept the fact that there is a beautiful little 4-year-old girl living in Arkansas by the name of Navy Joan who is your seventh grandchild.”
Dowd herself then argued that the public rejection of the girl—the product of a short-lived fling between Hunter Biden and then-Washington, D.C.-based stripper Lunden Roberts—could cause tremendous psychological harm.
Reports have indicated that Navy is aware of who her father and grandfather are and speaks often of them, even though she has never met them.
“Callously scarring Navy’s life, just as it gets started,” demonstrated just how “inauthentic the 80-year-old president’s view of family is,” Dowd wrote.
Although Biden has routinely dismissed any wrongdoing on Hunter’s part until the evidence of his criminal conduct reaches the point of being irrefutable, Dowd suggested that the denial of Navy’s existence was inconsistent with his approach to his 53-year-old son’s litany of other scandals.
“The president can’t defend Hunter on all his other messes and draw the line at accepting one little girl,” she wrote.
“You can’t punish her for something she had no choice about,”Dowd continued. “The president’s cold shoulder—and heart—is counter to every message he has sent for decades, and it’s out of sync with the America he wants to continue to lead.”
Dowd is no stranger to exposing presidents. After other leftist media refused to report on Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky, Dowd’s Pulitzer-winning work helped exposed the scandal at the heart of Clinton’s 1998 impeachment for perjury and obstruction of justice, according to the Irish Times.