Haley Proclaims Democrats Ready to Push Biden into Retirement
In a dramatic turn of events, GOP presidential hopeful Nikki Haley delivered a bold assertion on Friday, suggesting that the Democratic Party is inching closer to sidelining President Biden from running for a second term.
“Mark my words, the first party to bid adieu to its octogenarian figurehead will seize the Oval Office. It seems the Democrats are gearing up to make that strategic move,” Haley remarked, referencing the recent findings of a special counsel investigation into Biden’s mishandling of classified documents. “Trump’s standing toe-to-toe with a weakened Biden; against a more vigorous Democrat, he’d be overwhelmingly defeated.”
The investigation, spearheaded by Special Counsel Robert Hur and unveiled on Thursday, decided against indicting the president. However, it did raise concerns about Biden’s memory and ability to recall events.
Hur’s report painted a picture of Biden as a figure likely to evoke empathy from a jury, describing him as “a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a faltering memory.”
“From our firsthand interactions and assessments, he emerges as someone who could easily sway jurors to err on the side of doubt. Convincing them to find him guilty—a serious charge demanding intentional wrongdoing—especially as he advances into his eighties and potentially exits the presidency, would be a formidable challenge,” Hur elaborated.
In a conversation on Fox News’s “Hannity,” Haley didn’t mince words, labeling the revelations about Biden’s cognitive state as “profoundly troubling.”
“The report’s insinuations are alarming—they highlight Biden’s memory lapses, his apparent cognitive decline, and the inherent risks. They outright acknowledge these concerns,” Haley stated emphatically.
“This situation is gravely serious. It’s not lost on me—the call for mental fitness tests stems from genuine concern. The fact that 70% of Americans are apprehensive about a Biden-Trump face-off again speaks volumes,” Haley added, underscoring the urgency of the matter.