‘Empire Politician’: New Joe Biden Documentary Outlines His Tragic and Murderous Record

A new documentary released by The Intercept highlights the record of President-imposed Joe Biden, calling him the consummate “empire politician.”

The documentary takes Biden from his early opposition to the Vietnam War, which he betrayed to later become a globalist warmonger. Researcher Jeremy Scahill noted that Biden jettisoned his morals and became a full-blown swamp creature in the 1980s.

In the 1980s, Biden supported military incursions in Grenada, Libya and Panama. The turning point into belligerent hawkishness seemed to come in 1991 when Biden said he was “proven to be wrong” in his opposition to the Gulf War. From this point on, Biden supported basically every foreign military intervention pushed by Democrats and/or Republicans.

Biden supported former president Bill Clinton’s crippling economic sanctions on Iraq in the 1990s and a bombing campaign that Scahill describes as the “longest sustained U.S. bombing campaign since Vietnam.” He also supported Clinton’s military interventions into Bosnia, his bombings in Sudan and Afghanistan, NATO’s bombing of Serbia and Montenegro, and clandestine operations in Colombia.

When the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks happened, Biden kicked his pro-militarism stance into an even higher gear. He took credit for many of the worst provisions of the Patriot Act and authorized torture at Guantanamo Bay. He also supported the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, a potential coup in Venezuela, and the wholesale killing of innocents in Gaza.

The video can be seen here:

Biden’s criminal behavior did not end when he left the U.S. Senate and became the vice president under Barack Hussein Obama. Obama had Biden handle essential tasks, such as making sure that NSA leaker Edward Snowden was sufficiently punished for exposing illegal federal spying.

Liberty Conservative News reported on Snowden’s admission that it was Biden who led the campaign of repression against himself for blowing the whistle:

National Security Agency (NSA) whistle-blower Edward Snowden, who is living in exile in Russia, is making the media rounds yet again to promote his new memoir, “Permanent Record.”

Snowden revealed in an interview with MSNBC’s Brian Williams on Monday that former Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry colluded to strong-arm countries into denying him asylum after he made his heroic sacrifice to expose illegal, ubiquitous spying by federal officials.

“I was going to Latin America and my final destination was hopefully going to be Ecuador. I applied for asylum in 27 different countries around the world. Places like France and Germany, places like Norway, that I felt the U.S. government and the American public could be comfortable, that was fine for a whistle-blower to be in, and yet every time one of these governments got close to opening their doors, the phone would ring in their foreign ministries and on the other end of the line would be a very senior American official,” Snowden explained.

“It was one of two people. Then-Secretary of State John Kerry or then vice president Joe Biden. And they would say, look, we don’t know what the law is, we don’t care if you can do this or not, we understand that protecting whistle-blowers is a matter of human rights and you could do this if you want to. But if you protect this man, if you let this guy out of Russia, there will be consequences. We’re not going to say what they’re going to be, but there will be a response,” he added.

Snowden made it clear that he never intended to be marooned in Russia, and that he is far from a Russian asset, but the hostile behavior from the leading Democratic Party presidential contender for 2020 and other Obama-era federal bureaucrats made it impossible for him to leave.

“I continue, to this day, to say, look, if the United States government, if these countries, are willing to open the door, that is not a hostile act. That is the act of a friend. If anything, if the United States continue is so concerned about Russia, right, shouldn’t they be happy for me to leave? And yet we see they’re trying so hard to prevent me from leaving. I would ask you, why is that?” Snowden asked.”

Now that he has been installed in the White House by military force, Biden will likely be the worst president in history in terms of fidelity to the Constitution. Biden is no legitimate leader and never will be.