Rumors are swilling around regarding Joe Biden’s candidacy.
In fact, according to InfoWars, Biden is in bad shape.
2020 Democrat presidential frontrunner Joe Biden is preparing to drop out of the election due to serious health concerns related to memory loss and slurred speech, according to sources.
At this point, that’s just a rumor. However, I have no doubt it will pan out. Especially since vocal Hollyweird Democrats want Biden off the list.
Enter Rosie O’Donnell
Rosie O’Donnell’s feud with Donald Trump goes way back. For the past decade, the two engaged in Twitter sparring, in which Trump doesn’t hide his disdain for the “nasty pig.”
When Trump won the Oval office, O’Donnell kicked her criticism in high gear. Now, she’s spent the past two and a half years criticizing Trump’s every move.
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O’Donnell even picks on Barron Trump. As we elaborated in 2016,
@Rosie November 21 “barron Trump autistic? If so, what an amazing opportunity to bring attention to the AUTISM epidemic
She linked a You Tube video to the Tweet.
Fox News Insider reports,
“She responded by saying the YouTube video was not her creation, but that it “resonated” with her. O’Donnell also emphasized that there is “no shame at all” in having a child with autism.”
Who says the president’s children are off limits?
The bigger irony is that O’Donnell even abuses her own children.
She globally humiliated adopted daughter Chelsea, blabbing that she was a runaway with mental illness. Great cover for having kicked her out of the house.
And we haven’t even mentioned O’Donnell’s obsession with nude photos of Melania from her early modeling days. That part is just bizarre. So what makes any of this relevant to Joe Biden?
Well, obviously O’Donnell is desperate to get Trump out of office. She’s an honorary member of the “find a Dem who can win” committee.
O’Donnell wants Joe Biden GONE.
In a recent interview on CNN, O’Donnell put her stupidity on display.
Here’s a partial transcript of their conversation.
CUOMO: Your party, the Democratic Party, where is its head versus its heart, because you can’t want Joe Biden and all of these ideas that are being pushed out by the persons in second, third, and fourth position currently in the polls at the same time?
CUOMO: Where are you guys?
O’DONNELL: I agree. I think that Joe Biden should say “I’m going to sit this one out. I’m going to be an elder statesman, and I’m going to advice.”
And then, whoever is the nominee, I think, should think about how to best use somebody with the experience that Joe Biden adds in all these years of politics, but he’s not the future of the Democratic Party.
I think we have now until we get a nominee to figure out who that person is. And, in my opinion, it’s either Elizabeth Warren or Kamala Harris.
CUOMO: Well you backed Warren–
CUOMO: –right? Is that fixed or you open to either one being that the – Warren or Harris, Rosie’s in?
O’DONNELL: Yes. That – either one of them I would be very thrilled to – to stand behind. I’m really for Elizabeth Warren. I think her plans that she has for just about everything, and all that she did with the big banks and corporate, it’s pretty – shake down–
O’DONNELL: –she – she was a leader in so many ways, and still is. And I think she’s formidable against Trump, and all of the money that she’s raised from non-lobbyists, you know, the – it’s pretty astounding to me what she’s been able to do. CUOMO: Politics is not plans. It’s persuasion. You know this.
CUOMO: The metric is who beats this President. Every poll that comes out says Joe Biden beats the President. In the latest round, really it’s head-to-head with everybody else, except Joe Biden.
[21:25:00] CUOMO: So, how does that not make him your future?
O’DONNELL: Well because he’s antiquated in a lot of his thinking, a lot of his beliefs. A lot of his history is – is a long time ago, and I feel like it is time to pass the torch, like Eric Swalwell said, it is time to pass the torch.
And I don’t think 80 years old is an age to be starting a Presidential job. I think you have to be 35 and there should be an ending point.
CUOMO: No, he’s 76, but I take your point. But help me with this, because you’re very practical also.
CUOMO: He’s the only one who beats the current President.
O’DONNELL: Well that’s what they say. But I don’t believe that that’s true. Your time has passed in terms of being the President of the United States. That’s my personal opinion.
Face the Facts
Obviously O’Donnell is ignoring the facts. Yes, Warren raised a few dollars last quarter. In fact, Warren believes her $19M represents the largest grassroots effort ever.
However, we recently examined Warren’s campaign fundraising.
Honestly, it doesn’t seem like a person who spent decades lying about her ethnicity to open doors for her actually belongs in the White House, but just for grins, I’ll play along.
But first, I have to ask, is $19M really that substantial in a Presidential campaign?
With two years to go before the next presidential election, President Donald Trump has already raised an unprecedented amount of money for his 2020 re-election campaign.
Since January 2017, Trump’s fundraising efforts totaled $106 million, and the president finished September with nearly $47 million on hand, according to recent quarterly Federal Election Commission filings.
Honestly, $19M pales in comparison. Even if Warren secures 20M every quarter between now an election day, she still won’t hit $200M. And that’s not near enough to unseat President Trump.
Clearly, Trump will win in a landslide come November, 2020. Especially if fundraising is a typical indication of victory.
That’s bad news for O’Donnell. Warren doesn’t stand a chance against Trump. But Rosie was right about one thing. Biden expired years ago.