On a fateful Wednesday, President Joe Biden entered the stage in Brazil to give a speech. However, as he made his way towards the podium, he nearly took down Brazil’s flag in a clumsy mishap. It was a moment of sheer nervousness and lack of coordination that seemed to foreshadow what was to come.
To make matters worse, Biden relied on note cards throughout his entire speech. Now, I don’t know about you, but when I think of a strong and confident leader, I certainly don’t picture someone who needs pre-written lines to get through a speech. It’s like watching a fourth-grader give a book report, but instead of talking about The Magic Tree House, it’s the fate of our country hanging in the balance.
But let’s not forget the real reason for Biden’s visit – his meeting with the far-left President Lula da Silva of Brazil to launch the “Partnership for Workers’ Rights” program. Ah yes, another socialist agenda being pushed by Biden and his cronies. Because apparently, they can’t get enough of redistributing wealth and stifling free markets.
As if his entrance and reliance on note cards weren’t enough, there were more cringe-worthy moments to come. When President Lula was giving his own remarks, Biden decided it was the perfect time to salute the audience and then shuffle off the stage, leaving Lula behind. It’s almost as if he forgot he was supposed to be attending a meeting with a foreign leader, not trying out for a role in a slapstick comedy.
Now, let’s talk about the elephant in the room – Biden’s age. The Democratic Party has been banking on him to defeat former President Trump in the 2024 election, but it seems like more and more people are questioning whether he’s up to the task. According to a Yahoo/YouGov poll, a whopping 67 percent of Americans, including 48 percent of Democrats, think Biden is too old for another four years in office.
And you know what? I agree with them. It’s not ageist to say that someone who consistently embarrasses himself and his party is not fit to lead the most powerful nation in the world. It’s just common sense. Only 35 percent of Americans believe Vice President Kamala Harris would be ready to step in as president if necessary, which just goes to show the lack of confidence in the current administration.
Meanwhile, when it comes to former President Trump, only 42 percent of Americans think he’s too old to run again. That’s right, despite all the media’s efforts to paint him as a senile old man, a significant portion of the American people still believe in his ability to lead. Maybe it’s because he actually achieved tangible results during his time in office, unlike his bumbling successor.
In conclusion, Biden’s trip to Brazil was riddled with embarrassing moments, showcasing his lack of coordination, reliance on note cards, and complete disregard for diplomatic etiquette. It’s no wonder that an increasing number of Americans are questioning his ability to serve another four years in office. It’s time for the Democratic Party to face the reality that their chosen leader is not up to the task, and start exploring other, more competent options for the future.