Even CNN is quietly admitting that Joe biden is in cognitive decline.
In a Tweet, CNN revealed that its editor-at-large Chris Cillizza believes that "if and when" Biden steps aside, Kamala will be there to step in.
Read that again: "If and when."
Even the fake news is strategically preparing its audience for the likelihood that Joe Biden is truly in cognitive decline.
We all know that if (God-forbid) Biden wins, that he won't actually be in charge of his presidency.
He will be a puppet.
And radical Kamala Harris will be there to eventually take the reigns.
See what CNN tweeted below:
In the article, CNN editor-at-large Chris Cillizza suggested that Joe Biden will NOT finish his term in office should he win.
According to CNN's Cillizza:
Harris, by contrast, had no obvious weakness that the Trump campaign would exploit.
Yes, it would note -- as it did shortly after the pick was announced! -- that she had slammed Biden's stance on segregated busing in a June 2019 presidential debate. ("Not long ago, Kamala Harris called Joe Biden a racist and asked for an apology she never received," said Trump campaign spokeswoman Katrina Pierson.) But it's hard to see that attack doing much damage, given that Biden made history by picking Harris.
Is the he's-a-secret-racist message really going to resonate given not only that but also a series of examples of Trump weaponizing White animosity toward minorities during his time in office? No way. And, while her prosecutor past in California might rankle some liberals who believed she was too aggressive in policing, it's equally hard to imagine that liberals -- faced with the prospect of four more years of Trump -- would abandon Biden because of it.
What Biden did is make the pick that maximized his chances of continuing to make the race a straight referendum on Trump while also selecting someone, in Harris, whose resume suggests will be ready to step in if and when Biden decides to step aside.
This is the VP choice of a confident candidate, and campaign, who believe they are winning. And who believe that, as long they execute the basics of the campaign between now and November 3, Biden will be sworn in as the 46th president on January 20, 2021.
Cillizza is wrong on a couple points.
Kamala Harris has PLENTY of weaknesses for the Trump campaign to exploit.
But what Cillizza quietly gets right is that Biden is not fit to finish his first term in office.
And if Biden isn't fit to finish a term, is he fit to be president at all?
What makes Kamala Harris particularly dangerous is that she is power hungry.
She appears to want power more than the actual responsibility of improving life for the American people.
This is the opposite of what a civil SERVANT should be!
According to the National Review:
The New York Times contends that Joe Biden’s vice-presidential pick Kamala Harris is a “pragmatic moderate,” which is either the usual misleading bias or a sign that the Overton Window is about to fall off the edge of the political spectrum. To judge Harris by her own words and deeds is to be confronted by a candidate who is more antagonistic towards the Constitution than perhaps any to appear on a presidential ticket in modern times — and maybe ever.
The fact that Harris will say and do anything for power is evident in her very acceptance of Biden’s offer. It’s going to be fascinating to watch Harris explain why she is running with man who only months ago she strongly insinuated was a racist. “There was a little girl in California who was part of the second class to integrate her public schools, and she was bused to school every day, and that little girl was me,” Harris explained, as she hit Biden on his history of working with segregationists to oppose busing laws in the 1970s.
It will be even more fascinating to hear the moral calculus Harris employs to rationalize running with a rapist. This isn’t George Bush and Ronald Reagan making up after tussling on “voodoo economics.” Concerning allegations of sexual misconduct against Joe Biden, Harris once said, “I believe them, and I respect them being able to tell their story and having the courage to do it.” One of the women Harris was referring to was Tara Reade, whom accused Biden of sexually assaulting her in 1993, when she worked as an aide for the then Delaware senator. “I believe them” doesn’t lend it itself to much interpretation.
Harris’s political use of personal destruction isn’t surprising. How will those who claim to be appalled by Trump’s revolting attacks suggesting Joe Scarborough had something to do with his intern’s death in 2001 explain their support for the woman who entered Julie Swetnick’s completely unsubstantiated claims of gang rape against Brett Kavanaugh into the congressional record?
In style and policy, Harris epitomizes an authoritarian. It is not hyperbole to contend that Harris favors strict obedience to authority, especially that of the government, at the expense of personal freedom.
It was Harris who promised that if elected president, she would give Congress 100 days “to get their act together and have the courage to pass reasonable gun safety laws, and if they fail to do it, then I will take executive action.” Where would Harris derive the power to ignore the Supreme Court and simply ban the import of certain guns — which she has promised to do — or even pass euphemistic “gun safety laws” without the consent of Congress? When Biden brought up this quandary, Harris answered, “I would just say, ‘Hey, Joe, instead of saying no we can’t, let’s say yes we can!’”
Harris isn’t joking. If Congress fails gets its act together on progressive environmental policy, the California senator promises that “as president of the United States, I am prepared to get rid of the filibuster to pass a Green New Deal.” What’s worse? That Harris believes she can get rid of the filibuster, or that she supports a policy that calls for the banning of all fossil fuels, 99 percent of cars and planes, and meat-eating, among many other nonsensical regulations, within the next decade?
In addition, Harris supports the partisan packing of the Supreme Court to circumvent constitutional oversight as well as religious tests for public office, once suggesting that now District Court judge Brian Buescher was unfit for office because he was a member of the charitable Knights of Columbus, “an all-male society comprised primarily of Catholic men.”
Harris supported throwing 160 million Americans off of their private insurance, whether they choose to be thrown off or not. “Let’s eliminate all of that,” she said. “Let’s move on.” She later risibly alleged that she had misheard the debate question on health care.
And liberals call Trump the tyrant?!
It is clear that Trump supports the constitution, liberty, and law and order.
But Democrats appear increasingly willing to strongarm the government to do exactly what they want it to do!
And that makes Harris quite a scary candidate.