The Democratic virus is catching on.
Joe Biden, who was then better known for having been a former vice president and serial fabulist, consistently made gaffes in ways that no man who aspired to inhabit the Oval Office had ever made gaffes before, which is a condition known outside of high-level politics as “severe mental decline.”
Even though the Democrats often threw things like this out of his wrinkled maw, they continued to give him the reins.
1 YEAR AGO TODAY: In a bizarre rant, Joe Biden asked parents to “make sure you have the record player on at night” for their children. pic.twitter.com/XEKlPtoz9e
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) September 12, 2020
"Are you at all concerned, as President Trump said, we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself?"
"We have to take care of the cure that will make the problem worse no matter what"
Um, what? pic.twitter.com/VylTvzO3Tw
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) March 24, 2020
Things are growing worse for both Biden and his party as a whole now that he is in office.
Democrats in Pennsylvania continued to support John Fetterman, who was supported by his campaign team despite the fact that he was unable to speak clearly on the campaign trail due to a stroke he had just before the party primary. Leftists were unconcerned about this as long as they were seated. One of the most influential senators in the party is currently uncertain about whether she will run for the position of third in line for the presidency. Wonderful.
On Capitol Hill on Tuesday, a reporter questioned California Senator Dianne Feinstein about her willingness to assume the position of president pro tempore of the Senate. The longest-serving representative of the dominant party often holds the position, which comes third in line to the Oval Office after the Vice President and House Speaker.
Feinstein, 89, said to the Insider reporter that she needed more time to decide whether she would succeed retiring Vermont senator Patrick Leahy.
“Well, I haven’t thought about it, but I’ll let you know when I do,” Feinstein replied . “I just got back. I’ve had a lot of issues.”
Sadly, because she had previously stated that she would not run for president pro tempore, her response only served to compound the problems already present.
NEW: I asked Feinstein if she’ll seek to be third in line to the presidency.
She said she hasn’t thought about it.
An aide interjected, telling her she already issued a statement saying she won’t seek it.
“Okay, well then, I guess it's out,” she said.https://t.co/tBk1cPj52a
— bryan metzger (@metzgov) November 15, 2022
More on this story via The Western Journal:
Insider reported that an aide walking with Feinstein said the senator had “told a few reporters in the past that she’s not thought about it, and has no intention of seeking the position.”
Here’s how the publication reported the conversation:
“That’s what you’ve told reporters,” the aide said to Feinstein.
“I don’t know what you’re saying,” Feinstein responded. CONTINUE READING…