Kamala Harris’s personal fantasy of a 10-year presidency appears to be on the rocks. When dementia accelerates in an elderly person, there’s only so much you can do to hide it from the public. Even the most ardent Biden bootlickers in the mainstream media are starting to notice that Joe is in a catastrophic mental decline.
Whoever would have thought that Donald Trump would be giving an address to the nation before the supposedly newly elected “president?” (It was a CPAC speech, but still…)
In all likelihood, we are very close to going through a period of national turmoil – probably before summer – as another new administration will be sworn in.
Did everyone enjoy Joe Biden’s first State of the Union Address? You know—the one that was scheduled for February 23rd?
Oh, wait. That never happened. For almost a century now, newly sworn-in presidents deliver their first State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress on a Tuesday in February. Not a single media outlet, including Fox News, has mentioned the quiet cancellation of this year’s State of the Union.
Under the Constitution, Biden has until the end of the year to send a “report” to Congress on the state of the union. But gee whiz, why the sudden and unannounced cancellation? Pretty much every Republican in Congress is whispering about this question right now.
Joe Biden still has not held a single press conference event in which he takes unscripted questions from multiple media outlets. Sure, he did that disaster of a “town hall” on CNN with the Anderson Cooper, but no one thinks those audience questions were spontaneous or unscripted. Joe couldn’t even handle that.
Anytime Joe Biden does briefly deliver scripted remarks in front of reporters, they’re not allowed to ask him any questions. He makes his remarks and then dodders away from the podium and into the arms of his handlers.
A reporter asked Biden’s press secretary Jen “Circle-Back” Psaki in an extremely nervous voice a few days ago, “Well, when will Biden deliver an address to a joint session of Congress?”
The Circle-Back lady replied that it would be in “a few weeks” and it would definitely be a “virtual” address. (Meaning they can pre-record it and edit out any catastrophic gaffes.) Then she said she’d circle back to the reporters!
And call me crazy, but how much round-the-clock, global coverage do you suppose it would have generated if Donald Trump had ever just blurted out the N-word while addressing our European allies? That actually happened with Joe Biden.
Here’s the exact quote from Joe Biden on February 21 as he was trying to read his teleprompter to the Virtual Munich Security Conference:
“I’m either to hear… I’m eager to hear… Ni***r to hear… next from my good friends, and outstanding leaders… Sanser Merkel about her thoughts on the way forward together…”
Under the current bizarre climate in America, your career would be over if you said that at work tomorrow. But Joe Biden gets a total pass from the media for casually blurting out the N-word? To quote Joe, “C’mooon, man!”
Here’s another quote. This one is from Lindsey Graham:
“I don’t think Joe Biden’s in charge.”
Ya think? That’s what he told Newsmax just the other day.
And yet another quote, this one from former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino:
“He is in real significant trouble (Joe Biden). And listen to me. Everyone around him. Everyone knows it. Everyone knows it. This is the scandal that they’re not telling you – how bad his condition really is… I’m telling you from what I’m hearing from people in my network (at the Secret Service), everyone knows how bad it is.”
You’ve probably heard by now that Nancy Pelosi is trying to enact a plan to take the nuclear codes away from the Executive branch and give them to a three-person panel that will decide when nukes are launched (rather than leaving that decision up to a single president). She crafted a letter to send to the White House about this plan, and she offered the opportunity to a bunch of Republicans to sign the letter in addition to the Democrats, to make it a bipartisan effort.
And this was a really smart move on the part of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA): NO REPUBLICAN SIGNED IT.
Everyone in Congress knows that it’s not actually the nuclear codes that are the problem. It’s the guy with his shaky finger on the button who doesn’t even know where he is most of the time, and who now casually blurts out the N-word when he has to speak for more than 10 minutes consecutively.
McCarthy’s maneuvering is geared toward running out the clock, so that the Democrats can’t ram amnesty or a $15 minimum wage or some other nation-destroying piece of legislation through Congress. It will be chaotic if Joe Biden is forced out now – but good for the country in the long-term, because the chaos of switching out to the Kamala Harris administration will basically grind Congress to a halt for several more months.
One last thought: Joe Biden gave a national address last week (no, really) on coronavirus efforts. It drew 662 viewers on the internet. Mr. So-Popular-He-Got-80-Million-Votes drew 662 viewers for his latest speech. To put a smile on your face, check out how many tuned in to watch Donald Trump’s CPAC speech yesterday.