Yep, happy birthday to Joe Biden, the first president to reach age 80 while in office. Needless to say, Mr. Biden’s nearly two years in office have been anything but happy for the tens of millions of Americans who’ve struggled under his disastrous presidency. The worst part? Every bit of it has been intentional.
Remember how Joe Biden preached “unity” and declared “a time to heal” for America after he won the 2020 presidential election — after four years of the “wicked ways” of Donald Trump? Of course, you do.
Like his former boss Barack Obama before him, Biden followed the politics of division script to a T by intentionally pitting American against American — black against white, rich against poor, and moral against immoral. Biden’s intentional efforts to destroy America as we know it began on his first day in office and will continue until his last. But come January 3, 2023, when the next Congress convenes, his wings will be significantly clipped
While Republicans can’t stop Biden from signing radical executive orders, the new Republican-controlled House will have the capability to stop Biden legislatively — but only if they stand united against further destruction by the worst president of the 21st century, if not in the history of this great country.
So, how does Biden feel about becoming an octogenarian?
In a word, the Mumbler-in-Chief is in total denial, as evidenced by his relevant comments during a September interview with 60 Minutes.
I no more think of myself as being as old as I am than fly. I mean, it’s just not I haven’t — observed anything in terms of — there’s [sic] not things I don’t do now that I did before, whether it’s physical, mental, or anything else.
Uhhh, should we tell him?
Dude can barely read simple words from his worst enemy — his teleprompter — often wandering so far off track that you can’t stop watching; just for the laughter — or unsettling concern. Speaking of wandering, everyone from “Dr.” Jill to one of Biden’s minders dressed like an Easter Bunny has had to grab him by the hand and lead him back from God knows where he’s headed to where he’s supposed to be.
I’ll avoid commenting on the obviously-declining president’s physical condition, other than to note his deliberate, stiff, oddly straight-up position when walking as if he has a steel rod fused to his spine from the nape of his neck to his coccyx.
“All of the above” is a sensitive subject about which we should tread lightly; aging happens to all of us.
My point was not to ridicule Biden’s steadily declining capacities but to note that he continues to decline, which continues to raise even more serious questions about his competency to perform the basic duties of his job, let alone the potential danger he poses to the security of America.
Moreover, figurehead heads of state and shadow governments throughout history have tended to be troublous for the citizenry of thus-affected countries.
How do voters feel about Biden’s capacity as president? Short answer: Not very good, at all.
How are we supposed to feel? I’ve lost track of how many times Biden has fallen, just trying to master the stairs to Air Force One, or fallen off his bike during leisurely rides, surrounded by Secret Service agents.
This president seems to forget more names than he remembers, forgets which state — or even country — he’s in while speaking, believes every American has a right to “badakathcare,” and during the 2020 presidential campaign, pledged to “lead an effective strategy to mobilize trunalimunumaprzure.”
Apologies for the digression; I couldn’t stop myself. Anyway, midterm exit polling found that 67 percent of voters don’t want Biden to seek re-election, while a July poll conducted for CNN found that 75 percent of Democrats want someone other than Biden as their 2024 standard bearer.
As a conservative, I’d love to see Biden run for re-election — why wouldn’t any Republican? Other than one potential GOP nominee [thinking emoji], any Republican in the country (hyperbole, but barely) could conceivably blister Biden in 2024 — but I don’t see the Democrat Party allowing it to happen.
One way or another, Joe Biden’s 50-year, lying, plagiarizing, buck-passing, credit-grabbing, do-nothing political career has two years left before it passes into the history books. Or less, perhaps.