Loose Cannon, Democrat Joe Biden, can not be expected to be linear and consistent on almost any topic.
Following his speeches are like watching a drunk ride on a rollercoaster. Sometimes what Biden says is embarrassing, and sometimes he is confusing, and he is always a ‘whackobird’ and nonlinear, including when he is talking about President Donald J. Trump.
At a recent event where Biden talked about the administrative state’s utopian dream of growing and funding the US Federal government into an even bigger and even more oppressive body with the funds of US taxpayers, Biden slipped up big time.
“Biden unveiled the 3rd budget of his presidency, vowing to increase spending, raise taxes, and reduce the federal deficit. Over the next decade, the $6.8 trillion budget proposes approximately $5.5 trillion in tax increases,” The Hill reported.
And what he said about Trump was quite surprising.
“Biden admits Trump is ‘maybe the FUTURE president’: Democrat crowd boos as President teases 2024 re-match and attacks ‘MAGA Republicans’ in speech on $6.8T budget ‘
I had a big fight with the former President, and maybe future President. Bless me, Father. Anyway — all kidding aside,’ Biden said.
The president was in Philadelphia to talk about his $6.8 trillion budget – which includes $5.5 trillion in new taxes targeted mostly at the wealthy,” The Daily Mail reported.
So this week, while making a bit of sense about Trump’s future Biden appeared to be confused at the words that came out of his own mouth.
We know from many examples that Biden’s speeches are strictly scripted for him by handlers, to help keep his mind from straying into his own ideas, and this time Biden seems to have really gotten off their mark.
Watching the footage of Biden that day, when he confessed what he really believes about Trump, was almost as if he realized he said the ‘secret part’ out loud because even Joe Biden believes that Trump will be the next President.
JUST IN 🚨Former president Donald Trump “may be the future President,” says current President Biden pic.twitter.com/InkZnrWKrr
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) March 9, 2023
Here is how the Daily Mail described the event and Biden’s actions:
“President Biden dubbed Donald Trump ‘maybe the future president’ to a disapproving audience in Philadelphia where he talked about his newly released $6.8 trillion budget.
‘I had a big fight with the former President, and maybe future President. Bless me, Father. Anyway — all kidding aside,’ Biden said, recalling his time on the campaign trail as the crowd at a union hall booed.
While many GOP heavyweights called for the party to ‘move on’ from Trump in the wake of legal investigations, a lackluster showing in the midterms and his laser focus on his 2020 election fraud claims — it appears his star power may be returning.”
Biden may have been seeing the polling:
Cygnal Poll: If the 2024 Republican primary election election for President was held today, who would you vote for?
Donald Trump — 64%
A different candidate — 31%
Undecided — 5%
Feb 24-27 | 897 likely R primary votershttps://t.co/GIhOrA4rVh pic.twitter.com/Iq0aIAjE9i
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) March 3, 2023
Trump stands well ahead of his Republican primary rivals and other would-be challengers, a recent survey of GOP Primary voters revealed, Just The News reported, adding:
“When asked to choose between Trump and “another candidate,” GOP primary voters broke 63.9% in favor over Trump with 31.0% opting for an unspecified alternative candidate, according to a Cyngal poll.
The poll also showed the former president in the black on favorability ratings, with 50.0% of respondents holding a positive view of him compared to 46.2% who had a negative view.
When pitted against President Joe Biden, Trump trails his Democratic rival by 2.3%, taking 45.0% to Biden’s 47.3%. Democrats held a narrow 0.9% lead in a generic ballot.
The survey has a margin of error of +/- 1.99%.”
Cyngal’s results are good news for the former president and come amid a bevy of other polls showing him gaining momentum in the Republican primary.
To date, only Trump, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, and tech mogul Vivek Ramaswamy remain the only Republicans to have officially declared their candidacies, though Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis is widely thought to be preparing his own campaign.
Biden has not formally declared his 2024 campaign either but continues to say he will do so. His only declared name-brand primary opponent is self-help author Marianne Williamson.
The president was in Philadelphia to talk about his $6.8 trillion budget – which includes $5.5 trillion in new taxes targeted mostly at the wealthy.
‘My budget reflects what we can do to lift the burden on hard-working Americans,’ Biden said.
There are many questions swirling over Biden’s mental acuity heading into the next election given that he would 82-years-old by the time he started a second term in office.
Joe Rogan recently said that Biden was mentally “gone,” while prominent Democrats are privately opposing a 2024 presidential campaign run despite being publicly afraid to do so.
First Lady Jill Biden also slammed questions about her husband’s cognitive performance as “ridiculous,” citing Biden’s ability to travel internationally as proof that he is competent.
During his speech in Philadelphia, Biden discussed his newly released $6.8 trillion budget proposal for the fiscal year 2024.
The word “equity” was mentioned 63 times, the word “transgender” was used eight times and the word “queer” was used seven times.
In comparison, fentanyl appeared only twice while opioid was used only four times.