With the polls giving Joe Biden a significant advantage over incumbent Donald Trump just days from election day, the possibility of a Biden/Harris administration has never been more real.
However, speculation that 78-year-old Joe Biden is merely a trojan horse for getting far-left Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) into office was reignited on Friday when Harris was introduced at a campaign event as the “next president of the United States.”
Rep. Mike Rogers (R-AL) declared on Friday during a radio interview that Biden’s declining health will prevent him from even finishing a single term in the oval office.
“Listen, I have never thought for a second that Joe Biden would finish a term,” Rogers claimed. “If he is elected, he will not finish one term. Either he will pass away, or he will have to leave because of incapacities.”
“You can look in his eyes and see his age is catching up on him,” Rogers continued. “He will not be able to finish a term. Kamala Harris will be the president if Joe Biden wins.”
Earlier this week, Biden introduced himself as Kamala Harris’s running mate — adding to a litany of statements over the months that indicate that Biden may see himself as merely a place-holder for Harris until after November 3.
President Trump warned voters in Michigan on Tuesday that Biden is prepared to step down immediately after the election to allow Harris to take control: “If he gets elected, three weeks into his presidency, they’ll say, ‘Kamala are you ready? Let’s go.'”
Far-left activists see Harris as the future of the Democrat party, doing away with the norms of the Democrat establishment and creating a “Post-Biden Democratic Party” that would advance a highly progressive agenda and “put a racial and gender lens” on public policy issues.
Harris, for her part, has remained curiously quiet during the months since she was chosen as Biden’s running mate — likely to keep controversy over her plans to advance a far-left agenda at a minimum.