It doesn't take a doctor to see the sad and unfortunate cognitive downfall of President Joe Biden. Many believe because of his limited capacity at 80, he has a lot of extra help in the background running the show.
Some have even accused first lady Jill Biden, and others close to the president, of pulling the strings on all levels of decisions. According to Breitbart, the first lady seemingly admitted as much during her recent trip to Africa.
She claims she's not "weighing in," but rather, says she just offers the casual observer's take on what's happening, though it doesn't appear as if she's the right person for that job, since she probably doesn't do a lot of her own grocery shopping or gas buying.
"Certainly, I tell him stories, and I have things that I’ve seen and things that people want and where their challenges are," the first lady said. "So, it’s not that I’m like weighing in. It’s like, let me tell you what I saw or what I heard, or what people are saying to me.”
First lady Jill Biden offered a window into her marriage, saying she maintains a "good balance" in the types of insight and advice she offers her husband. pic.twitter.com/HNnvRh9gnL
— CNN (@CNN) March 2, 2023
"It’s in that context because I’m out every day. I’m in the classroom. I’m out, you know, somewhere in the United States," she continued. "I think it’s a good balance, really."
“I’m always better like, ‘This person feels this way.’ ‘Yes, but this is why they,’ – you know, he’s very good at that – understanding why people feel the way they do. He understands both sides, which is part of his strength," Jill Biden said, explaining that her husband likes to offer her his view of what's happening, too.
Jill Biden made a number of headlines during her recent travels to Africa.
According to The Daily Wire, the first lady dropped one of the strongest hints so far that seemed to confirm that her husband intends on formally seeking a second term in the White House.
"How many times does he have to say it for you to believe it?" she told the Associated Press on her trip. "He says he’s not done. He’s not finished what he’s started. And that’s what’s important."
"[Joe] says he's not done. He's not finished what he's started, and that's what's important," says Jill Biden, Ed.D.
"Look at all that Joe has done, has accomplished!" pic.twitter.com/Nt1TINhWj1
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) February 24, 2023
Meanwhile, Biden's poll numbers are still well into humiliation territory. The fact that the same thing is happening with Vice President Kamala Harris, who has been one of the least effective vice presidents in U.S. history, leaves the Democratic Party with some massive headaches for the 2024 campaign season, which is already kicking off to some degree.
The president is largely expected to announce his intentions for a second term possibly in April. But with the way things are going -- not great -- anything could happen.
Let's hope and pray that Biden decides to call it a day, because even though many don't believe he can beat a strong Republican this time around, if he did manage to do that, we'd have to suffer through another term of Biden's "America Last" agenda.