August 17, 2019
If you had told me yesterday that I was going to write that Obama was right after all, I would have struggled with the meaning of this.
Now, it appears that the first Historically Negro President predicted Biden’s campaign trail dementia episodes while the media machine was still going wild over him – because, hey, at least people know who he is, right?
Former President Barack Obama reportedly wasn’t particularly sold on the idea of Joe Biden, his vice president for eight years, mounting his own bid for the White House in 2020.
“You don’t have to do this, Joe, you really don’t,” Obama told Biden before the 76-year-old formally launched his campaign in April, according to the New York Times.
“Mr. Biden — who thinks he could have defeated Donald Trump four years ago — responded by telling Mr. Obama he could never forgive himself if he turned down a second shot at Mr. Trump,” the Times reports.
The Times states Obama huddled with top Biden aides in March to implore they insure that the former vice president does not “damage his legacy” or “embarrass himself.”
The newspaper further reports Obama and Biden met over lunch last, where the former president urged the White House hopeful to recruit fresher faces to his campaign. “He has communicated his frustration that Mr. Biden’s closest advisers are too old and out of touch with the current political climate — urging him to include more younger aides,” the Times said.
Biden famously failed to lock down Obama’s endorsement upon entering the race, though his former boss did issues a statement saying choosing the then-senator as his running mate in 2008 was “one of the best decisions he ever made” and still remain close friends.
Biden, the 2020 Democrat frontrunner among a crowded primary field, has seen his poll numbers after bruising clashes with Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) in the first presidential debate over his past remarks about bussing. Notably, former first lady Michelle Obama refused to defend Biden as the former vice president found himself in hot water for his position on busing and his recent praise of segregationists. A series of gaffes by the former vice president has also hurt his standing among voters, reportedly prompting his advisers to discuss possibly scaling back his public appearances to prevent more embarrassing moments.
To my knowledge, the New York Times has never once ran a piece just because it was true. They’ve probably been sitting on this story for a while, and have only decided to come out with this now that it’s become clear that Biden can no longer speak in public for five minutes without hurting himself in some way.
They can’t even get him to stop groping women in public.
This is his one biggest image problem, so he has to have been coached about this, but he must have forgotten.
My team just forwarded this video to me
Watch former Vice President Biden forcefully grab one of our young field staffers at yesterday’s Iowa State Fair after she asked him how many genders there are pic.twitter.com/1qmpJxJlzO
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) August 9, 2019
It must be hard for senile old men to come to terms with their own disability. The man is already 76 years old, and American presidents tend to age at about twice the normal human rate.
No one in their right mind would think that this guy could do that job for eight years.
Running with this story can only be interpreted as marching orders to the rest of the Jewish media to start dropping this guy as quickly as possible before he does more damage.