This meme of how presidents age will not be shared on Twitter, as they would likely feel the need to add the warning: “! This claim about presidential aging is disputed.
But if this humorous take is a more accurate predictor than election polling, a future President Biden will be the first to get younger and to change genders. Of course, anything is possible today in Progressive’s version of reality.
Examples of how presidents and seniors age in normal reality: Warning: it’s not as funny as the meme:
78-year-old Joe Biden shared this bizarre response with CNN’s Jake Tapper on Thursday, when asked about disagreements with Kamala Harris:
“Like I told Barack, if I reach something where there’s a fundamental disagreement we have based on a moral principle, I’ll develop some disease and say I have to resign.”
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany tweeted a clip of Biden’s odd response. A compassionate citizen followed up with a link to an article entitled: “Outrageous Things People With Dementia Say and How to Respond,” by Carol Bradley Bursack.
Do you think Biden’s odd statement was simply a lame attempt at humor? Or was it a revealing Freudian-slip? Did he accidentally admit what many of us assume—that this will soon be the Harris-New VP administration?
Transcript of rambling CNN interview (It’s almost more entertaining than the video version of the interview):
“But all kidding aside, it’s it’s a matter of the thing we are simpatico on our philosophy of government. And simpatico on how we want to attack, approach these issues that we’re facing.
And so I don’t have and when we disagree it’ll be just like so far it’s been just like when Barack and I did. It’s in private she’ll say I think we should do A, B, C, or D, and I’ll say I don’t I like A, don’t like B and C and let’s go okay. But and I like I told Barack if if if I reach something where there’s a fundamental disagreement we have based on a moral principle I’ll uh I’ll I’ll I’ll I’ll develop some disease and say I have to resign.
Um, we don’t have that I’m we haven’t, and we discussed at length our views on foreign policy on domestic policy on intelligence. And the great thing is she has a background in the senate on intelligence the intelligence committee. She has a background in the senate on a whole range of things that are going to be pertinent to what we have to do. But it’s going to be I think so much is going to be incoming, Jake. It’s a matter about who who who takes what when.“