SHOCK: Nearly Half of Democrats Don't Think Biden Will Finish First Term
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The big ‘secret’ that everyone knows but only Democrats and their sycophantic media mouthpieces refuse to acknowledge is that the man they are about to nominate as their presidential candidate isn’t mentally fit to be the leader of the free world.
While the garbage media and its Left-wing talking heads have attempted to paint President Trump as ‘crazy’ and so mentally unfit as to necessitate invoking the 25th Amendment, if Joe Biden wins in November, that’s literally going to become a thing.
Because the man can’t hold a conversation, he can’t remember familiar phrases, often doesn’t know where he is, and can’t enunciate words.
And it’s not just Republican critics who know that a Biden presidency would be short-lived. So does a large plurality of Democrat voters.
If you doubt former Vice President Joe Biden has the stamina needed to serve as the president, should he be elected in November, you’re not alone.
In fact, almost half the Democrats surveyed during a recent poll said they did not believe Biden could even finish a single term in the White House if he is able to unseat President Donald Trump.
While Republicans have been beating the drum about Biden’s apparent cognitive decline for nearly a year — if not longer — a great many Democrats have quietly signaled that they, too, believe something is awry with the 77-year-old.
“The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 59% of Likely U.S. Voters believe it’s likely Biden’s running mate will be president before the end of Biden’s four-year term if he wins this fall, with 39% who say it’s Very Likely,” the polling firm reported.
Also, just 35 percent of likely voters believe it's not likely that Biden's vice president will replace him before he serves one full term, while only 14 percent said they didn't think that was very likely at all (talk about denial).
But then Rasmussen polled Democrats and, boy, were those findings eye-opening.
Asked whether they felt as though the former vice president and long-serving Delaware Democrat could make it physically and mentally through one term, nearly half -- 49 percent -- said no.
What's more, "The younger the voter, the more convinced they are that Biden is unlikely to finish a four-year term if elected president," Rasmussen added.
Separately, the polling firm reported June 29 that 38 percent believe Biden is suffering from some form of early-onset dementia (again, denial).
"The issue was somewhat significant for those polled, as 61 percent of respondents said they believe Biden must address the question of whether he is suffering from dementia publicly," the Western Journal reported.
As for the candidate himself, he won't commit to serving two full terms if he's elected to the first one.
"No, I’m not willing to commit one way or another," he said, according to MarketWatch in December.
"I’m not even elected to one term yet, and let’s see where we are. Let’s see what happens," he added.