Fox News political analyst Brit Hume gave an insight into what most Democrats actually believe about President Joe Biden as he begins to campaign for his second term.
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Namely, his mind is gone, and he’s just too senile to serve another term.
“I think they’re all alarmed at the president’s condition,” Hume began. “He’s obviously senile. He’s faltering. He’s not gonna get better between now and Election Day and beyond. So I think that everybody’s worried about it, but not everyone will say it.”
He also said a Politico piece published last week calling for Biden to be forced to debate Democratic primary challengers to prove his fitness isn’t good advice.
“The idea that he needs a ‘tune-up’ by going into primary debates and looking bad — I’m not sure that’s the best political advice I’ve ever heard,” he continued, “but that’s, I guess, one way of looking at it.”
“I don’t think there’s any doubt that if the Democrats were not convinced that Donald Trump was gonna be the Republican candidate, that they would dare nominate this president,” he added, meaning Biden.
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The left-wing ‘mainstream’ media is in the tank for Democrats, and it isn’t going to change anytime soon, but that doesn’t mean all Democrats, apparently.
Saying of Joe Biden “the 80-year-old can be a dolt,” a stridently left-leaning news publication has posted a commentary demanding that “someone? anyone?” primary him.
It’s Politico, where one of the founders is so afraid of President Donald Trump that he wants the Constitution rewritten to single out the 2024 GOP presidential candidate that has the new comments.
“Just any heavyweight under the age of 75 with the pugilistic skills to put the current champion through a hammering 12 rounds. Nobody is owed another term just because they’re completing their first. You should have to fight for the right to lead your party. And your country,” explained the posting from Jack Shafer, the publication’s senior media writer.
Likening Biden to a prizefighter who needs to keep his skills sharp, the editorial suggests, “President Joe Biden needs a tuneup. He’s a stiff when speaking at the lectern. When not a stiff, the 80-year-old can be a dolt, saying, as he did this week, that Russian President Vladimir Putin is ‘losing the war in Iraq’ when he meant Ukraine, or blurting out a senseless, ‘God save the Queen, man,’ at a gun control rally last week. The English language has never been his friend, so it’s logical that his managers, er, his aides, have limited his exposure to the press.”