Biden Is Asked Why Dems Don’t Want to Be Seen with Him, His Response Makes It Pretty Clear

One wonders who thought it was a good idea for President Joe Biden to show up in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, to campaign for Senate candidate John Fetterman on Thursday. From start to finish, the coverage of the event was a walking, talking argument for invoking the 25th Amendment to remove Biden from office – immediately.

The title of a story about the day published on HotAir should give you some idea of how it went: “The Biden-Fetterman rally is every bit as coherent as you’d imagine.”

We’ll start at the end. Biden, Fetterman, his wife Giselle, and their entourage walked into a local restaurant. An unseen reporter shouts, “Mr. Fetterman, why’d you decide to be up here with Biden now?” Fetterman ignores the question and moves slowly toward the door.

The reporter then addresses the President, “Sir, why don’t more candidates want to be seen in public with you like Mr. Fetterman?” Biden approaches the reporter and asks what he’s talking about.

“Tim Ryan in Ohio said he doesn’t want you there. Warnock wouldn’t say. Do you think they’re making a mistake?” 

Biden’s response was unintelligible. I tried to decipher it and thought it best that you hear it for yourselves. 

One Twitter user did a pretty good job of translating the remark.

Another identified the language as “Bidenese.” Ah yes.

This exchange was far from the only gaffe of the day. Here’s one of the highlights of Biden’s speech.

As usual, after Biden finished his remarks at the rally, he was momentarily confused about where to exit the dais. It happens to us all, right?

Back in the summer, this race was Fetterman’s to lose. Democrats saw this seat as an easy pick-up. Fetterman held a high single-digit, low double-digit lead over his Republican opponent, Dr. Mehmet Oz. But Oz has worked hard over the past few months. Holding several campaign events every day, he has crisscrossed the state and listened to the people of Pennsylvania. He has hit Fetterman hard on crime and questioned his fitness for office. His efforts are bearing fruit. On Thursday, a FOX 29/InsiderAdvantage poll showed the race tied for the first time. Three of the four previous polls showed Fetterman with a two point lead. On Friday, Fetterman leads by 2.4 percent in the RealClearPolitics average of polls for this contest.

Hopefully, Oz’s momentum can close the gap and put him ahead in the next two weeks. And that NBC News political analyst Steve Kornacki’s prediction of a “slow and late-building [red] wave” materializes and carries Oz over the finish line. 

I’ll leave you with the following clip from a Trump rally.  I promise it’s worth it.

 

A previous version of this article appeared in The Western Journal.

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2 thoughts on “Biden Is Asked Why Dems Don’t Want to Be Seen with Him, His Response Makes It Pretty Clear”

  1. You have to admit, if he was gonna campaign anywhere, MOON Township would be the right place. He’s the only one who can make Fetterwoman seem lucid.

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  2. “We choose to go to the moon, not because it is easy but because it is hard.”

    Kennedy called it right those many years ago…. what could be harder than listening to Joey Robinette in Moon Township? Nothing harder than that…. except maybe for ‘maff’. Maff is always hard.

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