Another political insider has expressed the increasingly prevalent opinion that the aging President Joe Biden will not be physically or mentally able to complete his current term, let alone a second term if he is re-elected in 2020.
Tudor Dixon, the GOP nominee who lost a tight race to incumbent Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer last fall, told “Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla” that members of the president’s party are circling him “like vultures” because they see his political career coming to an “end” soon.
“It’s like vultures. I really think that. I was talking about this the other day. I said it’s sort of like vultures circling him, like they know that it’s close to the end. What end? I’m not sure. Is it just the end of the presidency? Is it the end of something more? I don’t know what they think, but it really feels as though we’re being duped,” she told Failla.
She also predicted that two additional Democrats would run for the 2024 nomination.
“Like everybody’s going, oh, you’re running against this guy with these really low poll numbers. But then it’s like, Gavin Newsom is going to come up with Gretchen Whitmer on his arm and they’re going to come out as a team, and everybody’s going to go, yeah, I really like them. They look good,” she said.
A veteran political observer and analyst stated earlier this month that he believes Biden will not survive the upcoming primaries and will be forced to withdraw from the contest.
Hugh Hewitt made his audacious prediction this week after Biden reportedly tripped over a sandbag while delivering the commencement address to the graduating class of the Air Force Academy in Colorado.
“Hewitt sees the race shaping up similarly to the 1968 one when then-President Lyndon Johnson told the nation he would not seek re-election after barely winning the first Democratic primary contest,” The Western Journal reported.
If re-elected, Biden will be 82 years old on the day of the 2025 inauguration if he is re-elected. He will be 86 years old when his term expires. Several medical professionals and other observers have repeatedly observed a significant decline in his physical and mental abilities and have predicted that the decline will continue.
In an interview with Fox News’s Dana Perino, Hewitt was asked to respond to a puff piece published by The New York Times after Biden’s accident, which acknowledged his age but claimed he was still able to perform the duties of his position.
“I’m reminded of 1968. Lyndon Johnson was going to run for re-election,” Hewitt responded.
Johnson “went up to New Hampshire. He managed to beat [Sen.] Eugene McCarthy from Minnesota, but he was not able to beat him convincingly, and LBJ dropped out,” Hewitt noted.
Hewitt predicted: “I think you’ll see an exit in the course of the primaries because if I am a [Machiavellian], I don’t want the president dumping out if I’m a Democrat. I don’t want Vice President [Kamala] Harris commanding the field.”
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