As Joe Biden arrived in Maui after wildfires on Monday, one island resident clarified what they thought about the late presidential visit with a yard sign.
“Traitor Joe Must Go,” read the yard sign in front of one Maui home, a stark reminder to Biden that he isn’t follong the Hawaiian people.
The island resident was not alone in expressing a lack of enthusiasm for Biden, who repeatedly told the press “no comment” when asked about the disaster.
Volunteer Eddy Garcia slammed Biden’s visit as he handed out fruit to people made homeless by the fires.
“The Biden visit was a public relations tactic,” he said.
“They failed us on every level,” he said, speaking about the response to the fires. “Their red tape, their bureaucracy.”
Biden took a 20-minute helicopter flight over the damaged areas of Maui, the Times reported.
“He really needs to look at this rubble and see this was no ordinary fire,” said Pearl Patterson.
While official reports say the death toll stands at 114, many accuse the government and media of downplaying the destruction.
As The Daily Fetched reported over the weekend, locals claim at least 480 are dead, and the “morgues had run out of body bags.”
Meanwhile, videos and images obtained by the Daily Mail show authorities loading bodies into refrigerated trucks as morgues have run out of room.
Fox Business host Stuart Varney said the White House reaction to the Maui fire made Biden look “out of touch.”
“That ‘no comment’ was tone-deaf. The images of the president relaxing on the beach while Maui burned did not help his ‘father of the nation’ image,” he said.
“I think this president is physically exhausted. He’s 80 and frail and needs rest.”
“He’s mentally exhausted by the Hunter investigation and the apparent pressures of the job. August has been a painful reminder of the growing problem of Biden’s age,” Varney stated.
“His response to the Maui tragedy is one more reason to question his ability to do the job for another 6 years,” he continued.