Joe Biden Declares “We Cannot Win This Re-election…We Can Only Re-elect Donald Trump”

Biden has done a lot of gaffes. Whether it is groping small children to trying to start fights with random people he doesn’t like to talking about beating up the gangster called “Corn Pop” and what he learned about roaches, Biden arguably puts all previous gaffe-ridden presidents to shame. However, he may have just done his biggest gaffe yet by declaring, as the leading Democrat candidate, that “we cannot win this re-election, excuse me. We can only re-elect Donald Trump.”

The current Democratic frontrunner fell and tripped repeatedly over his words as he stumbled through a campaign speech in Missouri on Saturday. The 77-year-old former vice president made a series of gaffes and incoherent statements as he appeared to lose his train of thought. At one point, he even mispronounced his own name.

“… We cannot get re-elect, we cannot win this re-election, excuse me. We can only re-elect Donald Trump,” Biden said to his bewildered supporters. The candidate himself seemed caught off guard by his inability to keep his train of thought. (source)

If one is not convinced that the Democrats are not pushing Biden at this point, what more evidence does one need?

Biden is a complete disaster, yet he is in the front and the others have been forced out or stepped back.

This is a candidate who WILL lose because the Democrats want him to lose.

They need Trump for another four years.

Trump will guarantee them a likely eight years, from 2024 to 2032.

If Trump is re-elected, there will likely be a “purge” of the party immediately after election, think along the lines of a “night of long knives.”

This will be intentional, to remake a “new” Democrat party, perhaps like how it used to be before the 1960s, but with the open addition of contemporary platforms such as homosexuality and other ideas being promoted.

There will likely be put forth a new, Obama-type candidate.

Also, there is a strong chance of major economic instability around 2023.

Just like how it was in 2007.

And it will be 2008 all over again- economy and politics alike.

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