Biden spotted back at Rehoboth Beach home after aircraft scare

While America’s economy continues to crash and burn, and while thousands more illegal immigrants make their way across the unsecured American border, President Joe Biden used the weekend to travel home to Delaware for the luxuries of his Rehoboth Beach residence.

During his getaway, where he spends more time than he does in the actual White House, the Bidens had a bit of a scare, as at one point it was reported that Joe and Jill Biden were “whisked” away to a secure location after a small aircraft had violated the FAA no-fly zone above the president’s beach residence, Fox News noted

“Shortly before 1 p.m. today a privately owned aircraft entered the restricted airspace over Rehoboth Delaware after mistakenly entering a secured area,” the U.S. Secret Service said at the time.

The agency added: “Preliminary investigation reveals the pilot was not on the proper radio channel, was not following the NOTAMS (Notice to Airmen) that had been filed and was not following published flight guidance,” adding that the agency would soon be speaking with the pilot.

The president and his wife were perfectly safe, and no harm came as a result of the situation, which officials believe was nothing more than an inexperienced pilot making rookie mistakes.

It didn’t take long for the president to make his way back to the beach to finish out the relaxing weekend while Americans decided whether or not to use what little money they have left to buy food or gas.

Biden was widely criticized on social media, not because he took a trip home for some R&R, as all presidents are afforded the benefit of the doubt, but for the timing of his vacation while America is in dire straits on so many levels.

When the president announces a real plan to combat record-setting inflation, record-setting gas and grocery prices, and a plan to tackle the situation at the southern border, perhaps then he can begin to think about relaxing vacations at home.