August 16, 2022

Former Clinton labor Secretary says President Biden is too old to run for President in 2024

The fact that President Joe Biden is on the decline has been the worst kept secret in America. However, now those on the left are finally owning up to it.

Robert Reich, who served as labor secretary under former President Bill Clinton, said plainly that “Biden is too old to run again,” the Daily Wire reported. Reich, who is 76, cited his experience to conclude that the problem is “the dwindling capacities that go with aging.”

Reich made his case against a 2024 run for Biden in an op-ed in The Guardian entitled “As a 76-year-old let me say: Joe Biden is too old to run again.” Biden will be 82 by the time his second term begins.

“It’s not death hat’s the worrying thing about a second Biden term,” Reich wrote. “It’s the dwindling capacities that go with aging.” The former Clinton cabinet member went on to be candid about his own experiences being of a similar age to the president.

“I often can’t remember where I put my wallet and keys. Certain proper nouns have disappeared altogether. Even when rediscovered, they have a diabolical way of disappearing again,” Reich wrote.

“Biden’s secret service detail can worry about his wallet, and he’s got a teleprompter for wayward nouns, but I’m sure he’s experiencing some diminution in the memory department,” Reich noted. “I’m also noticing less patience, perhaps because of an unconscious ‘use by’ timer now clicking away.”

“I’m less tolerant of long waiting lines, automated phone menus, and Republicans,” Reich quipped. “How the hell does Biden maintain tact or patience when he has to deal with Joe Manchin?” Reich joked about the West Virginia Democratic Senator who has challenged Biden’s agenda.

Reich also threw the rest of his generation under the bus, saying they’ve “f***ed it up royally” before making a final plea to Biden. “Joe, please don’t run,” he concluded.

Biden has been showing signs of cognitive decline since before he was elected. Now that he’s ruining the respects of fellow Democrats, those in his party are finally beginning to say it out loud.

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USA onlinejobs (@guest_1290804)
22 days ago

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NBC (@guest_1290809)
Reply to  USA onlinejobs
22 days ago

The words come just a week after California Democratic Rep. Judy Chu introduced the Women’s Health Protection Act to protect abortion access. The move marked a strong sign that Democrats won’t stop pressing abortion legislation.
In contrast, 13 states have trigger laws that further limited abortion after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Many other conservative states have also added new laws or are in the process of doing so as laws concerning abortion have been returned to individual states.
“Among those who said he shouldn’t run, the most common reason given was that ‘he’s a bad president’ (45%), followed by ‘he’s too old’ (30%), and ‘it’s time for a change’ (26%),” Mediaite reported.
“Just 28% either strongly or somewhat approve of his handling of inflation, while 32% approve of his handling of the economy overall,” it added.
Among the Democrats affiliated with the non-profit are Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar and Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib.
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Among the Democrats affiliated with the non-profit are Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar and Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib.
The case involved the murder of David Boim, who was 17 when shot by members of Hamas in the West Bank in 1996.

Trukinbroke (@guest_1290816)
Reply to  NBC
22 days ago

The Biden administration wants an open border so criminals and terrorists can waltz right into the United States. So, of course, it loathes border security agents.
Wolf: On Sept. 19, 2021, photographers captured images of Border Patrol agents on horseback patrol trying to prevent illegal aliens from crossing the border near Del Rio, Texas. To any reasonable person, the photos showed Border Patrol agents controlling their horses in rough terrain while trying to prevent the rush of Haitian migrants from getting past them. The only thing “newsworthy” about these photos at the time should have been a visual confirmation of a border crisis driven by eight months of the new administration’s refusal to enforce immigration laws. Instead, the Biden administration jumped to politically convenient yet incorrect conclusions and vilified Border Patrol agents for doing their job.
In lockstep with the mainstream media, the Biden administration immediately amplified a lie that the Border Patrol agents were whipping the illegal aliens. President Joe Biden said, “It’s horrible what you saw. To see people like they did, with horses, running them over, people being strapped, it’s outrageous.”
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cozycalico (@guest_1290879)
20 days ago

Biden never ran in last election but stayed in basement and let the Democraps steal it for him and told us so.I still have the picture of him saying he had the most extensive fraud ever set up and we let him get away with it????

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