Many questions surround the presidency of Joe Biden, including the legitimacy of his newly assumed title, as well as whether or not he is mentally fit to handle the job at hand. And while arguments about the first may continue on some level, they are waning as his time in office lengthens.
As for the latter matter, the voices of concern are growing louder.
Well, for starters, the man is practically non-existent. He doesn’t make public statements, at least not very often, his travel is limited, and he’s yet to hold a formal press conference even though he’s been in office for a full two months now.
And that’s not even the worst part.
On the rare occasion that he does appear on air for something, you can count on at least one line, word, or entire paragraph being practically incomprehensible, not to mention that his logic doesn’t seem to make sense.
Take a recent appearance by Biden on ABC News with host George Stephanopoulos, for example.
While it appeared to be one of Biden’s better performances as of late, it was still far from being ideal from the man who is supposed to be leading a world superpower and the free world.
The topic between the liberal pair rotated around Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who, as I’m sure you have heard, has come under intense fire as of late over not only the continued scandal of massive nursing home deaths in the state but now multiple allegations of sexual harassment and predation towards younger women, most of which were under his employ at the time.
As the leading Democrat in the nation now, and one who has been accused of similar behavior in the past himself, obviously Biden’s opinion on the matter could go a long way in determining Cuomo’s future.
Stephanopoulos began the conversation by noting that Biden had previously said that we should wait for the investigation to be concluded before any final judgment is passed on to the governor.
“I know you said you want the investigation to continue. If the investigation confirms the claims of the women, should he resign?
Biden’s answer was in the affirmative. He stated that while the investigation was not finished yet, these women must be believed until proven otherwise, choosing to stick with the #MeToo movement that so many Democrats decried during the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings.
What’s interesting about this view and rather problematic, to say the least, is that this is most certainly not the route taken when Biden himself was accused of not only sexual harassment last year but also sexual assault.
By his own reasoning, his accuser Tara Reade’s story of being “penetrated” by Biden without her consent when the two were working alone together in Washington in 1993 should be given the same attention and shared courtesy of being heard as these six women who have accused Cuomo.
Yet, after Biden’s initial denial of it, Reade’s story was pushed to the side and labeled as nothing more than a smear campaign during one of the most controversial presidential elections in our nation’s history.
Whether that is true or not is still anyone’s guess at this point, as the media has completely forgotten about the incident, and Tara Reade has effectively been hung out to dry with no hint of a future investigation in sight.
But when it comes to Cuomo, a man who has already disgraced the Democratic Party, things are apparently held to a different standard.
And here’s where things get even hairier. Stephanopoulos asked Biden if he thought Cuomo could “serve effectively.”
This is what we got.
“Well, that’s a judgment for them to make abouhesberday can be effective.”
Now, I’m not sure about you, but I cannot make sense of this statement. Neither can any foreign language nor any dictionary or encyclopedia.
The only thing that makes any sense is that Biden is losing his mind, literally. Either that or he’s drunk and slurring his speech… And I’m not the only one who thinks so. Even Biden’s former stenographer believes his cognitive abilities have declined by 50% in recent years.
Hell, he can’t even read from a teleprompter or a cheat sheet without getting confused anymore.
And yet, this is supposed to be the man making decisions on war, our national economy, immigration policies, and much more.
No wonder America is falling apart…