The hand that rocks the cradle
Clearly, former Vice President Joe Biden is struggling cognitively. He’s not sure what office he’s running for, who he’s running with, what year it is, nor can he formulate his own responses without a teleprompter.
No one, not even Biden himself, expects him to run for a second term should he win (or otherwise gain) the presidency, and few believe he will manage to hold out much past the inauguration should he win.
The quiet part is that Americans are voting not for a Biden ticket but for a Kamala Harris ticket, with Biden featuring as the doddering, malleable figurehead to dupe voters into voting for her.
Biden seemed to concede as much when he noted that he picked her because she is ready to lead from “day one.”
If @KamalaHarris and I are elected, we’re going to inherit multiple crises, a nation divided, and a world in disarray. We won’t have a minute to waste.
That's exactly why I picked her: She's ready to lead on day one.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) August 12, 2020
Okay, we do want a VP who can serve as president should the need arise from some unforeseen, tragic circumstance. Rarely (ever?) do we have to consider a VP as the actual president from day one of the purported winner’s term. Yet that is the situation in which we apparently find ourselves in 2020.
Never has this been more clear than when Harris herself said as much.
Harris said a Democratic administration, which she called “a Harris administration together with Joe Biden,” would provide $100 billion in low-interest loans and investments for minority-owned businesses, a $15,000 tax credit for first-time home-buyers and allow government-run health insurance to compete with private insurers.
. . . . To avert a second Trump administration, Harris said Arizonans need to register and make plans to vote early.
“We have too much at stake. Immigrants have too much at stake,” she said. “
To avert a second Trump administration, Harris said Arizonans need to register and make plans to vote early.
“We have too much at stake. Immigrants have too much at stake,” she said. “We can’t afford to sit this out.”
“As part of our Build Back Better agenda, we will need to make sure you have a president in the White House who actually sees you, who understands your needs, who understands the dignity of your work, and who has your back,” Harris said in a five-minute virtual address to the group, according to the Arizona Republic.
“A Harris administration together with Joe Biden as the president of the United States, the Biden-Haris administration will provide access to 100 billion dollars in low-interest loans and investments for minority-business owners,” she added
Setting aside the horrors of the “Build Back Better” Green New Deal repackaging, Harris clearly thinks of a Biden-Harris win as the beginning of “a Harris administration.”
“A Harris administration together with Joe Biden…”
Freudian slip? pic.twitter.com/XEtLji17BX
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 15, 2020
I’ll give her props on the “We can’t afford to sit this out” part, though; truer words have rarely been spoken by a politician on either side of the aisle.DONATE
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