We’ve heard from plenty of Obama’s former allies in recent years. While they are staunchly in favor of the left’s socialist agenda—they are no fans of old Joe.
Many of Biden’s former aides have called out Biden’s toxic policies and lack of ethics. But Barry’s former campaign adviser is going after Biden for an entirely different reason: he’s way too old.
From The Washington Examiner:
Former Obama adviser David Axelrod raised a “major” red flag regarding President Joe Biden’s ambitions to run for reelection in 2024, pointing to the commander in chief’s advanced age…
“The presidency is a monstrously taxing job, and the stark reality is the president would be closer to 90 than 80 at the end of a second term, and that would be a major issue,” Axelrod said.
Lol, oh ya think David!?
Obama’s former advisor David Axelrod, who helped Obama win big back in 2008, is now blasting Joe’s viability for 2024.
He reminded the country that Joe would be closing in on 90 if he made it to the end of his second term.
Does anyone think a man of getting close to 90 years has any business handling the presidency? Heck, many think Joe, in particular, should have been carted off to the nursing home ten years ago!
Numerous experts, including the former White House physician, have questioned Biden’s mental and physical health.
His team might be propping him up as best they can. But they are only fighting an uphill battle.
How long before Biden’s “health” gives out? Could be any day. Do the Democrats really expect this man should run for a second term in two years.
Show of hands: who expects Biden to finish his first term?
Don’t see many hands go up. So, why are Democrats trying to come up with a Plan B?
Perhaps because this party can’t even come up with a reasonable budget. They certainly can’t figure out what to do with their aging puppet.
- David Axelrod claims Biden is not viable for 2024 because of his age.
- The former Obama advisor pointed out that Biden would be close to 90.
- Many Americans fear Biden’s advance age and health are major problems.
Source: The Washington Examiner