Joe Biden is 80 years old. If he wins back the White House next year during the 2024 elections, he will be the oldest president ever to hold office.
Then again, Biden was already the oldest president to hold office when he won in 2020.
Biden strikes me as one step away from a nursing home. In fact, he arguably should already be there instead of using the White House aids as his nurses.
But I can get over this. Sure, it’s not ideal, but I could look past this unfortunate consequence of a Biden presidency on one condition. Biden’s age makes no difference to me. The fact is people are affected by age in very different ways, and age alone shouldn’t be a determining factor here.
However, Biden’s mental acuity should be.
Biden’s gaffs, missteps (literally and figuratively), and weird remarks during press conferences should give every single American concern not only for Biden riding out the last year of his term but it should terrify Americans to think about another five years, where his mental faculties will continue to decline – as they would for anyone else.
Most of us are aware of Biden’s lack of mental awareness. He’s been visibly confused leaving stages after speeches. He’s been known to read teleprompter instructions as if they were a part of his speech. He creeped out a little girl with strange nibble kisses.
This is only a small drop in a much larger “Biden, what are you doing???” bucket.
This man isn’t all there, and it’s time for him to step aside and let another Democrat run for president. I don’t want to see another four years of a president who seems to be missing a screw or two. It’s embarrassing.
A majority of Democrats think one term is enough for Joe Biden.
The fact he’s running again is not only a disservice to his party but to the American people as a whole.
In case you’re wondering, I don’t want Trump either.
I would love a solid matchup of two or three contenders who are energetic, smart, and ready to run the leader of the first world in a competent way without the fraud charges, without the conspiracies, and without wondering what the next words that’ll come out of their mouth will be.
Or a president who won’t accidentally fall off a stage because he thought there were steps.
Is that too much to ask?