Nobody else even comes close; he is and shall remain the undisputed champ.
The President of the United States, Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., who is 79 years old and suffering from senile dementia at the end of a long life of bullying, lying, boasting, conniving, grifting, grafting, and living off the public tit to an extent indecent even by Washington standards, declared war on Russia on Friday. In the course of a typically blustering, hectoring speech, the senescent Biden went off script and interpolated the following peroration: “My God, this man cannot remain in power.”
To which the only proper response is: “My God, this man cannot remain in the Oval Office.” Joe Biden needs to be removed from the White House as soon as possible, before his failing mind, his erratic behavior, and his proven lack of character get us all killed. The question is, is there enough political will in the capital to do what needs to be done?
Biden’s blunder was immediately walked back by the few adults left in the room, called a “gaffe,” or—worse—actually defended by the neocons and other leftists as truth-telling on a heroic scale, evocative of Ronald Reagan’s 1987 “tear down this wall” speech at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, which two years later actually did result in the Wall coming down. But his rash words continue to ring, now matter how swiftly his handlers and apologists and even Biden himself try to make us disbelieve our own lying ears.
For 50 years this creepy blowhard has been dining out off his dead wife and daughter, and more recently, a dead son, parlaying sympathy votes into a lifetime sinecure. Now, by accident/design/hook/crook he’s Potus. And God help us, by calling for regime change in Moscow, he’s just given the Russians a causus belli, should they choose to accept it. They would be perfectly within their rights to do so under the laws of war.
All in all, it’s just another hair-raising moment in the funhouse ride from hell that has been the Biden “presidency” so far. Robinette Junior came to D.C. in the 1970s and he’s brought the ’70 back along with him to the White House: flaccid leadership, an energy crisis, rampant inflation, and consummate failure abroad.
This simply cannot continue if the nation is to survive.
In spite of Walsh going on from there to paint the most believable picture yet of how Biden might be evicted from the White House, using the Nixon takedown as his precedent, he and the rest of us must hope and pray Mike is dead wrong about that last line of his.