Tuesday, November 28, 2023

CNN’s Leftist Lemon Turns on Biden, Questions Presidential Stamina

'That is not a question that we should be even asking... '

(Pamela Cosel, Headline USA)  Collective thoughts are turning to whether or not President Joe Biden is up to the task of running for the office again in 2024, or even running a few laps around the Oval Office. After all, with midterm election season in full swing, it’s hard to avoid the issue.

His advanced age, failing health, and regular incoherent sentences all contribute to questions  and concerns being raised about Biden’s mental decline.

What’s surprising is that leftist Don Lemon of CNN is expressing the same concerns, a most unusual turnabout from his typical blind support of the Democrat’s agenda.

Lemon grilled White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre during an interview Tuesday, asking whether Biden is up to continuing as president in 2024.

Jean-Pierre feigned outrage and defended Biden and his “accomplishments.”

“That is not a question that we should be even asking,” the insurrectionist mouthpiece admonished. “Just look at the work he does.”

“I can’t even keep up with him,” she said. “Just look at the work that he does, look at how he’s delivering for the American public.”

Jean-Pierre seemed to overlook the bulk of Biden’s blundering trek toward his first century, and with even devout radical activists like Lemon asking questions about Boss Biden’s apparent decline, and an approval rating drowning at 33% and sinking, hope on the horizon was hard to find.

David Axelrod, chief obfuscater for former President Obama’s two campaigns, offered no golden review of Biden golden years, telling the New York Times that “the presidency is a monstrously taxing job and the stark reality is the president would be closer to 90 than 80 at the end of a second term, and that would be a major issue.”

Axelrod wrote that any successes attributed to Biden on a world stage, such as unifying NATO against the Russian invasion of Ukraine, take a second seat to Biden’s frailty.

“And part of the reason he doesn’t [get credit] is performative,” Axelrod blustered.

“He looks his age and isn’t as agile in front of a camera as he once was, and this has fed a narrative about competence that isn’t rooted in reality.”

Jean-Pierre dismissed those concerns as “hearsay” and “not what we care about.”

Lemon squeezed Jean-Pierre about inflation and its effects on American families, saying “the administration’s efforts to stimulate the economy have contributed to inflation.”

“We don’t believe that it did,” Jean-Pierre snapped.

However, she didn’t say what Biden exactly was delivering, no doubt leaving a sour taste in Lemon’s mouth.

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