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Joe Biden Will ‘Step Aside’ To
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#Biden’s announcement of his running mate was also awkwardly worded in a way that suggested Harris might be expected “to lead this nation starting in January 2021”

Whist surveying the panoply of laughable and wildly unelectable candidates for the Democratic nominee for president, someone deep within the DNC got an idea, an ‘evil genius’ type of idea. Why not nominate Joe Biden, someone so bad that he had to be kept hidden in his basement for fear of what his next comment might be, give him a black woman as his VP, then as soon as he is elected, have him step aside so she becomes America’s first black woman president. Why would #JoeBiden agree to any of that? To make the #Ukraine and #China scandals go away.

I’m entitled to my opinion just as much as you are, so there it is, but I really don’t think I am all that far off. Everything that has been happening with this election is wrong, crooked, preplanned and filled with scandal. #Raceriots in the streets and then a far Left, #Socialist, black woman candidate? Lockdowns and school closings from an Event 201 scorecard to force mail-in ballots? The timing of everything sure is on the strange side. Funny thing is, though, CNN seems to agree with me, and in fact is bragging about their plan to give ‘Joe 30330’ the 25th tag.

CNN Suggests Joe Biden Could ‘Step Aside’ for Kamala Harris

FROM BREITBART NEWS: CNN editor-at-large Chris Cilizza suggested Tuesday that former Vice President Joe Biden would “step aside” to elevate his new running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), all but conceding that Biden will not finish his presidential term, if elected.

Cilizza argued that Biden’s choice reflected confidence that he will win the election in November — but also suggested that he might not be able to do the job.

He wrote (emphasis added):

At 55 years old, [Harris] represents a younger generation of leader — something that Biden, who will be 78 on Inauguration Day 2021, said was a major factor in his choice

What that all means is that Biden wants the race to be about him as little as possible.

freedom_faction What Biden did is make the pick that maximized his chances of continuing to make the race a straight referendum on Trump while also selecting someone, in Harris, whose resume suggests will be ready to step in if and when Biden decides to step aside.

Cilizza’s argument comes just days after CNN’s chief media correspondent, Brian Stelter, argued that it was “offensive and otherworldly” for conservatives to argue that Biden was too old and unhealthy to compete or to serve in office.

Biden’s announcement of his running mate was also awkwardly worded in a way that suggested Harris might be expected “to lead this nation starting in January 2021”.

Notably, CNN president Jeff Zucker endorsed Kamala Harris for California attorney general in the 2009-10 election, and helped her meet “movers and shakers” in New York. At the time, he was president of NBC Universal, and said that he was making a rare exception to his “very, very strict policy” of not supporting political candidates.



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