And just like that, ISIS is back.

It’s really no coincidence that as soon as strong-on-foreign-policy Donald Trump exited the White House office and weak-with-overseas-players Joe Biden entered that headlines started blasting this: “ISIS could regain capacity to orchestrate attacks in 2021.”

It’s what happens when cupcakes lead: Evil flourishes.

“The threat posed by ISIS to international peace and security is one the rise again,” said Vladimir Voronkov, the under-secretary-general of the U.N. Office of Counter-Terrorism, in a briefing to the Security Council reported by The Economic Times.