Pray Joe Biden will freeze, slur and stumble his way to defeat in 2024

It’s getting harder and harder for national Dems and their running dogs in the media to pretend Geriatric Joe isn’t losing it. 

Witness President Biden’s freeze-up at a Juneteenth musical performance Monday: He stared blankly at modern gospel legend Kirk Franklin for nearly a minute, remaining weirdly motionless while those around him moved to the groove. 

He also majorly slurred his speech, at one point letting loose a string of gibberish that a sharp-eared listener managed to transcribe as “She know long! She knew suhlongasuhijeruhhnied, our freedom can never be secured.”

Words for the ages, really. 

This comes on the heels of his D-Day embarrassments, where he appeared on video emerging from a vehicle with a look of stuporous confusion on his face, muffed his sitting-down stage directions in front of millions and beat a hasty early exit while his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron stayed behind to greet vets. 

All of it would amount to no more than minor peccadilloes coming from some foggy, fabulizing grandpa in a rocking chair on a sunny front porch. Back in my day . . . 

But the man not-so-slowly going senile in public is the president of the United States. 

You know: head of the world’s richest and most powerful state, commander in chief of its military.

And he’s losing it as America faces terrible problems at home and abroad (most caused and/or exacerbated by Biden’s terrible policies). 

The public can see what’s right in front of them. 

That’s why poll after poll shows voters, including Democrats, deeply concerned about Biden’s mental and physical fitness for the very difficult job he’s asking to be entrusted with again as he advances more deeply into his twilight years. 

Is he even going to make it to Election Day?

(Related: How do you feel about President Harris?)

There’s no way of denying it any longer: Biden’s past it.

And another term with him “in charge” would be even more disastrous than his first. 

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