Biden Exposed by Event Planners – Now, Democrats Plan Wild “Blitz”

Biden and his campaign are fending off calls to drop out of the race. Many Democrats now believe Biden is too impaired to run for office. Americans have been saying this for years, believing Biden is suffering from cognitive decline.

Establishment Democrats, who need Biden rubber-stamping their agenda, are denying his ailing health. Even his wife, who reportedly is clinging to the title of first lady, is not telling Joe to step down.

But a new report is throwing Biden’s claims for a loop. People who work for the president to plan events leaked documents they use to prepare Joe for public events. What they include in these pages is crazy and is throwing fire on claims that he’s impaired.

For his events, President Biden’s staffers prepare a short document with large print and photos that include his precise path to a podium, according to an event template the White House sends to staffers…

In the five-page document, two pages are separate pictures of, “Walk to podium.”

“It surprised me that a seasoned political pro like the president would need detailed verbal and visual instructions on how to enter and exit a room.” [Source: Axios]

Why would a “seasoned” pro like Biden need large pictures of where to walk and where to stand? Perhaps it’s because his mental health is so low, that he needs such obvious directions. Otherwise, he wouldn’t even know how to walk down a hall and stand behind a podium. This is very bad. For anyone in the party to continue to ignore this is near-criminal.

It might be a matter of days before the pressure gets so bad that Biden has no choice but to step down. What will happen then? The Democrats will have to find a new candidate—and fast. Already, Democrat officials are planning something that can only be described as a “blitz.”

[A] pair of well-connected Democrats is offering an optimistic plan that would involve the president stepping down as the nominee and the party announcing a “blitz primary” process ahead of the August convention.

Biden would step down as the Democratic nominee in mid-July, and announce the new system, with backing from Vice President Kamala Harris.

Potential candidates would have a few days to throw their respective hats in the ring. The Democratic Party then would begin a primary sprint in which the six candidates who receive the most votes from delegates pledge to run positive-only campaigns in the month leading up to the convention.

The “blitz primary” would involve weekly forums with each candidate moderated by cultural icons (Michelle Obama, Oprah, and Taylor Swift are among the names floated in the memo) in order to engage voters. [Source: Semafor]

Well, this is a fantasy, if we’ve ever seen one. A former Obama volunteer, who seems to be trying to grab the spotlight, recommended a blitz plan to replace Biden—should the old Democrat step down. It would be a very rapid and busy few weeks, where candidates rush to grab support from delegates.

In this dream scenario, Democrats would enlist “cultural icons” like the Opera and Taylor Swift—as if these women don’t already have a lot on their plates. All this would have to be rushed before the August 19th convention in Chicago.

It is becoming increasingly likely that Joe Biden will step down. Despite his stubborn refusal, the tide is well turned against him. But he might not step down before this blitz could happen, leaving Democrats in a worse spot.

Not that I’m crying about it.

Author: Bo Dogan


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