A Senile Man And An Old Commie Walk Into A Caucus    

  By: Katie Petrick
   Published : January 31, 2020

For weeks, the geriatric duo of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and former vice president Joe Biden has been battling in Iowa to secure the delegates in the nation’s first step of the primary process.

As of Monday, Jan. 27, the Monmouth University poll gave the nod to Biden with an estimated 23 percent compared to Sanders’ 21 percent. At FiveThirtyEight, Nate Silver put Sanders at a 37 percent chance of winning, followed by Biden at 35 percent. Meanwhile, the final Iowa State University/Civiqs poll has Biden in fourth place at only 15 percent, with Sanders at 24 percent, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) at 19 percent, and former South Bend, Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg at 17 percent.

In other words, it is anyone’s caucus to win or lose, with an emphasis on the lose part for Biden. And this is because the senility of Biden knows no bounds. In the final week leading up to the Monday, Feb. 3 caucus, old Joe continued his streak of cringeworthy comments, making the general public feel uncomfortable and in a state of pity for a man who cannot find his way.

Viral videos over the years have revealed the fumbling Biden attempting to make points that have no chance of being found. And this week he provided a few more while campaigning in the corn state, with the latest being an interview with George Stephanopoulos on ABC News’ Good Morning America on Friday, Jan. 31. Stephanopoulos tossed Biden the softball question of “Are you going to win on Monday?” Sadly, Biden struck out.

“I think it’s going to be really close, George,” Biden began to say. “We’reis nneck-and-neck. Bernie’s up, I’m up. Ilerr, iiit’s actually bbasiclly a a sssstatistical tie,” he said. “And you know, George, this situation better than anybody. If there’s a big snow storm in certain parts of the country, ih in certain part of the states, it could have an effect, so ih ih the caucus is you have to be able to come to a gymnasium, stay there for two, three hours, and it takes a lot of commitment, and we’ll see who shows up.”

After that performance, it is a real question if any of Biden’s staff will show up, or if they have already packed up to go home. This was not an isolated incident. Earlier in the week Biden was asked by a voter if he could name one positive thing that President Donald Trump has done, and Biden either refused or simply was confused.

Biden also became serious when he explained that his pick for vice president be ready to lead the country because he is “an old guy.”

“I can think of at least eight women, at least four or five people of color, that I think are totally qualified to be vice president of the United States,” Biden said. “But for me, it has to be demonstrated that whoever I pick is two things. One, is capable of being president, because I’m an old guy. No, I’m serious. Look, thank God I’m in great health, I work out, no I’m serious, you know I work out every morning. I’m in good shape.” And he may have been thinking of former first lady Michelle Obama while making such a statement. At a campaign stop, Biden spoke highly of his former boss Barack Obama and pandered to the party voters in saying, “I sure would like Michelle to be the vice president.”

Days earlier, Biden did his best to pander to the ultra woke, when on Saturday, Jan. 25 he tweeted “Let’s be clear: Transgender equality is the civil rights issue of our time. There is no room for compromise when it comes to basic human rights.”

Bide will see on Monday if it is too little, too late. Then again, he may not remember what is happening on Monday.

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