At a campaign rally in Dearborn, Michigan, Joe Biden said he is the best man to face the Republicans in 2020 and claimed he was the most experienced candidate that can tackle the issues facing our nation. The highlight of the night, however, was yet another gaffe in which he claimed he will be the strongest candidate to run against George Bush and also saying he is running for the Senate.
“I am the strongest candidate to go against the Republicans. No other candidate has my experience in government. I am running for Senate for the people. This campaign is about all of you and the shared experiences we have as Americans. I will defeat George Bush in 2020.”
While we all knew Biden is prone to gaffes, these seem to be happening more often as his mind declines into the abyss of dementia. Democrats don’t care though, they vote for the guy anyway. Biden is probably more senile than Trump at this point, and that’s saying a lot.
Donald Trump will be a shoe-in November if Joe Biden is the best candidate the Democrats can muster in November. Maybe Joe Biden would have been a decent choice 10 years ago, but it is clear his time has come and gone. It is hard to fathom that we may have a General Election in which two dementia patients are facing off against each other, but it is hardly surprising, considering the state of this country and the intelligence of the average voter is that of a soiled sock.