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Let us begin with the now-common conclusion that US presidential candidate Joe Biden is, to one degree or another, senile; and thus physically incapable of acting as President of the United States of America, the most powerful and influential office on the planet.
It has come to my attention that some Republican voters believe the worst possible outcome of this fraud would be for the Democratic candidate for Vice President to immediately take Biden’s place after his election to President. If only that were so. In that case, most voters would know who they were truly voting for or against: the VP candidate versus Donald Trump.
Even if that was the Democrats’ plan, it would be shameful for Republicans to allow it to proceed. Obviously, any candidate unfit for the office is equally unfit for the candidacy. To accept a senile candidate is to make a mockery of our elections. Democrats should be forced to put forth a substitute candidate.
But let’s assume Biden will be tolerated to remain the presidential candidate and that he will be elected President. Democrats would have another, more nefarious option.
Joe Biden could remain President.
So long as Democrats avoid, stall, or disrupt attempts to impeach the senile President, the real powers could remain hidden. We cannot assume the Vice President would be the primary “advisor” who drafts the President’s policies and speeches. Any person or group could work beyond public scrutiny, without ever being certainly revealed to the press, to direct the pawn voters naïvely selected as a national figurehead.
In other words, to accept a senile man as a presidential candidate is to accept the potential outcome of a nameless, faceless President-in-hiding whom not one American voted for. Such a possibility is an abomination. It would call into doubt the whole of our democratic system. It would threaten not only our own republic but all nations affected by American foreign policy.
Act now, Republicans. There is precious little time to defend the legitimacy of our country’s executive branch.Published in