Half of Voters Have No Confidence Biden is ‘Up to the Job’
The ‘mainstream media’ will refuse to report it, and left-wing cable news hosts will slam anyone who brings it up, but Joe Biden’s mental faculties are failing him, and it’s clear.
So much so that, if Donald Trump were still president and unable to work at a higher level than Biden, calls for his impeachment by the 25th Amendment would be on an infinite news cycle loop (and with good reason, actually).
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Although left-wing pundits and the news media believe that all is well, a recent poll found that a majority of likely voters are aware of the situation.
According to Breitbart News, a Rasmussen Reports poll taken March 4-7 found that 50 percent of likely voters are “not very sure” or “not at all confident” that Joe Biden “is physically and mentally up to the task of becoming President of the United States,” compared to 48 percent who are “very” or “somewhat” confident.
The most important takeaway is that almost half of those interviewed are either illiterate, have lived in caves, or are hopelessly partisan against Democrats.
According to the poll, only about a third of likely voters (34%) are “very confident” in Biden’s ability to carry out his duties, compared to 40% who are “not at all confident.”
More than half are concerned that Biden has yet to hold his first press conference, despite the fact that he has been in office for 50 days, and just 37% believe he will win reelection in 2024. However, nearly a third of those polled, or 30%, believe he would resign before then (and why isn’t that percentage higher?).
This poll was conducted before Biden’s new demonstration that he is unfit to be commander-in-chief. He forgot the name of the man he just nominated as Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin, as well as the name of the building where he works, the Pentagon, on Monday.
Whoops: Biden forgets the name of the Pentagon, as well as the name of his secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin pic.twitter.com/ZtcgHLBIAO
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“I want to thank you both, and I want to thank the… retired general, uh, I keep calling him general, but my, uh…the guy who runs that outfit over there,” Biden stammered.
“I want to thank the secretary for all he’s done to try to put what we just spoke about into action, and for nominating these two women for promotion,” he said. Thank you all so much, and may God bless and protect our troops.”
This isn’t the first time Biden has suffered, nor is it the first time anyone has noticed — at least, anyone who is objective.
“I’ve known him for a long time, and he can often work himself up into a passion in speeches and so on while debating about topics and so on in a debate,” Hume said about a year ago, after Biden blew up at a Detroit autoworker on the campaign trail.
“However, I don’t recall him exploding at voters and hurling profanity the way he did today, telling the guy he was “made of spit,” but he didn’t say “spit.” Hume said, “That’s something different.”
Last fall, Mike McCormick, a stenographer at the White House for 15 years, said, “It’s a total contrast from what he was in 2017.”
“He seems to have missed a step and lacks the mental acuity he had four years ago.”
“This isn’t a joke or hyperbole – I’m hearing from sources close to the situation that Biden’s cognitive decline is steadily deteriorating and becoming more difficult to conceal. In August, conservative podcaster and former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino tweeted, “The Democrats are going to have to make a decision soon.”