Biden’s Campaign: A Case of Elder Abuse?

As we approach the 2024 election, it's more important than ever to consider what another Biden presidency would look like and whether we're willing to accept the consequences.
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As Joe Biden’s missteps and gaffes continue to accumulate, many wonder if the Democratic nominee will even make it through his re-election campaign. But if he does, one GOP Presidential Candidate is suggesting that it would be nothing short of “elder abuse” by the managerial class. With Biden’s obvious cognitive decline, it’s clear that he’s being propped up by a team of handlers, who are more concerned with pushing their own agenda than the well-being of the man they claim to care about. As we approach the 2024 election, it’s more important than ever to consider what another Biden presidency would look like and whether we’re willing to accept the consequences.

In yet another shocking twist to the upcoming presidential election, entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy has exposed President Joe Biden’s campaign, claiming that it’s just a front for the managerial class. Ramaswamy alleges that Biden’s cognitive impairment means the administrative state is controlling him like a puppet.

He also even claimed it would be tantamount to elder abuse for Biden to continue in office.

Ramaswamy’s comments come after President Biden recently announced he would be seeking re-election in 2024. By the time he finishes a hypothetical second term, Biden would be 86 years old, raising concerns about his capability to serve as the leader of the United States.

In a separate video, the Republican candidate also called out the Democratic National Committee for refusing to host primary debates this year. Ramaswamy believes that primary debates are essential for democracy, as they offer voters the chance to scrutinize each candidate and make an informed decision. By denying voters this opportunity, he suggests the DNC is spitting in the face of their grassroots base.

The national Democratic Party has said it supports Biden’s re-election and has no plans to sponsor primary debates. This is despite two challengers, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Marianne Williamson, announcing their campaigns.

The allegations brought forth by Ramaswamy deserve attention. They suggest that the country’s most powerful politicians are not the ones running the show, but rather unelected officials behind the scenes. The upcoming elections will be pivotal as they will test not only the government’s legitimacy but also the people’s trust.

Biden’s candidacy is riddled with inconsistencies and concerns over his mental capacity. It’s clear that the Democratic nominee is not equipped to handle the demands of the presidency, and the fact that his handlers are still pushing him forward despite his obvious cognitive decline is a serious cause for concern. As Americans, we must consider whether we’re willing to accept the risks associated with a Biden presidency, or whether we want to elect a leader who will put the interests of the nation first. The stakes are high, and the choice is ours.

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