The world is nothing but murders, massacres, and the threat of war.
Itâ€™s gotten so bad, you wake up and ask, â€œWho died overnight?â€ Or â€œWhose rockets and bombs hit who this time?â€
Iâ€™ll go out on a limb here and blame most of the worldâ€™s turmoil and tragedy on President Biden and his handlers.
Three years into his presidency, Biden has already got us mixed up in two bloody wars, blown our Southern border wide open, brought us 8% inflation, and too much other trouble and pain to list.
President Obamaâ€™s warning quip that Joe has a way of screwing up everything he touches came true a long time ago â€“ at home and abroad.
President Biden did nothing when he had the chance to stop the bloody and dangerous war between Russia and Ukraine â€“ before it started.
Now half of the Middle East is about to go to war following the attack on Israel by Hamas terrorists who invaded Israel and slaughtered 1,400 men, women and children on Oct. 7.
And while Israelâ€™s missiles and ground forces are in Gaza paying back Hamas for their crimes against humanity, what is Joe doing?
Playing both sides at the same time.
After the attack, Biden quickly pledged to fully support Israel and said it had the right to defend itself by crossing into Gaza and wiping out Hamas.
But this week, as our college campuses and city streets went wild with demonstrators protesting Israelâ€™s bombing of Gaza, the White House announced it was speeding up the development of its national strategy to battle â€¦ â€œIslamophobia.â€
For decades the leading victims of religious hate crimes have been Jews, who make up 2.4 percent of our population but suffer 60 percent of hate crimes.
Acts of antisemitism are up 300 percent since last year and have spiked since Oct. 7.
But what Biden was most worried about this week was protecting American Muslims from hatred and violence.
His anti-Islamophobia announcement was designed to please pro-Palestinian protesters and the Democrat Partyâ€™s left wing in Congress â€“ the 10-member Squad of â€œprogressivesâ€ led by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The Squad is anti-Israel, pro-Palestine and, as far as Iâ€™m concerned, pro-Hamas and anti-American.
But what worries me most about them is the Americans who voted them into office.
Each member of Congress represents 600,000 people. Letâ€™s say about half of them turn out to vote.
That means to win a House seat, in a two-way race you have to get at least 150,001 of those 300,000 votes.
If you add up the votes for the eight original Squad members, that means at least 1.2 million Americans are OK with the radical politics of AOC and her crew.
Who are those voters and what are they thinking? We know many of them are anti-American and anti-Israel.
Are they ever going to do more than just march around waving Palestine flags or tearing down posters of Israeli hostage pictures?
Are they potential terrorists? Most likely, no. But Iâ€™m still fearful of them.
I also fear for my country because Squad voters and so many politically naÃ¯ve and indoctrinated college students are so radicalized â€“ thanks to the leftwing professors we conservatives have been trying to warn the country about for half a century.
Meanwhile, I have an idea to get the hostages in Gaza freed and maybe bring a ceasefire to the Middle East before any more people die.
Iâ€™d like to trade Joe Biden to Hamas for all the hostages.
I donâ€™t think the thugs who run Hamas would give me anything just for Joe.
So to sweeten the deal Iâ€™d throw in $10 billion in cash â€“ but Hamas would also have to take Kamala.
Iâ€™ve never worked for the State Department, but I think my plan might work.
Dr. Jill might be upset by the swap, but Joe wouldnâ€™t mind. He wouldnâ€™t even know he was in Gaza. Heâ€™d just think he was in one of his summer homes.
Michael Reagan, the son of President Ronald Reagan, is an author, speaker and president of the Reagan Legacy Foundation. Send comments to email@example.com and follow @reaganworld on Twitter.