Wendy Bell: Can You Survive Joe Biden As President?

Wendy Bell
July 06, 2020 - 4:20 pm
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I woke up this morning and it's a very cyclical thing.

I'm up at about 5:15a.

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It's time to be quiet, make some coffee.

Sit down. Scroll through the cesspool of the universe, a la Twitter, and I'm looking through and Joe Biden tweets.

I'm always interested to see who's hijacked Joe Biden's Twitter page that day because if it makes some kind of cogent sense, it's usually not him. Right?

This is the tweet I'd like to talk to you about today because this should scare the hell out of all of you.

I don't care where you sit on the political spectrum. If you're an American, if you're like I am and you bleed red, white and blue, if you care about the American flag, if you want to give some semblance of a future to children or grandchildren or God-forbid, future generations - this is the sort of stuff you need to pay attention to, because this is pivotal.

I want to preface this by saying, I don't have any ill-will against Joe Biden. I think he's highly ineffective. I think he's completely illustrative of why 40 years in Congress is 36 too many. And when I struggle to find something meaningful that he's done that's actually moved the needle of America consciousness or public policy, I'm stymied.

However, I don't think it's funny when people make fun of him because of his cognitive decline. I don't think Parkinsons or Alzheimer's or dementia in any capacity is funny. I have it rampantly in my family. And so, I'm almost protective of him. I don't look at the things that make fun of him, those montages that people put out where he's calling his sister his wife he forgets who he is. I don't think that's funny.

I just don't think he's President of the United States material by a long shot, nor was he 40 years ago when we found out he plagiarized and lied about his law school.

"We're going to beat Donald Trump. And when we do, we won't just rebuild this nation — we'll transform it."

To transform means to change in form, appearance or structure.

What do you want to change about America?

What do you want to change about the structure of America?