At 81, Biden Firm on Second Term Bid Amid Health Doubts and Public Skepticism

It seems President Biden, at the ripe age of 81, has firmly decided he’s got another term in him, despite enough gaffes and stumbles to make anyone else rethink their career choices. The White House, with a straight face, confirmed Biden’s commitment to not only campaign but serve a full second term if reelected come November.

The question on everyone’s mind is whether Biden, who would be 86 at the end of this proposed second term, can actually fulfill those duties, or if this is a setup for an inevitable handoff to Vice President Kamala Harris. His dismal debate performance last month did little to reassure the public, instead highlighting the very real concerns about his advanced age and apparent decline in vigor.

Adding to the skepticism, the White House’s spin machine, led by Karine Jean-Pierre, insists that Biden’s bumbling debate antics were merely the result of a cold and some jet lag. Humorously enough, Biden has had more “cold and jet lag” moments throughout his presidency than most people have in a lifetime. The real kicker is the press secretary’s unwavering assertion that high-profile Democrats, like the Congressional Black and Hispanic Caucuses, still back Biden. One has to wonder if they’ve seen the same public appearances the rest of America has.

Ms. Jean-Pierre found herself in the hot seat again, dodging questions about Biden’s medical history and the administration’s less-than-stellar track record of transparency. It’s no surprise that the public remains on edge, given the bizarre brain lapse moments—like when Biden awkwardly asked for a deceased congresswoman at an event last year.

This latest “commitment” from Biden feels more like an episode of political theater than a genuine declaration of capability. The White House insists Biden is fit and ready, but their explanations might just leave you chuckling at the absurdity of it all.

Written by Staff Reports

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