This Just In: Biden Hasn’t Had a Cold, He’s Been Like This for 48 Years

The stage was set, the lights were bright, and America tuned in with bated breath to witness the much-anticipated debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump. What unfolded was a spectacle that could only be described as a comedic tragedy, highlighting the stark contrast between the two candidates and the grim reality of the current state of the Democratic Party.


Donald Trump, with his unwavering confidence and undeniable stage presence, demonstrated once again why he commands the most loyal voter base of any presidential candidate in recent history. His supporters, undeterred by the relentless media onslaught and blatant misinformation campaigns, remain steadfast in their allegiance. Trump’s resilience and ability to expose the sinister plots of the Left have awakened a new wave of political awareness among Americans.

In stark contrast, Joe Biden’s performance was a dismal display of incoherence and incompetence. His decline, long suspected but vehemently denied by the mainstream media, was painfully evident. Despite the media’s best efforts to cover up his shortcomings, Biden’s inability to articulate a coherent thought was on full display for the nation to see. The man who once touted his experience and wisdom now appeared as a shell of his former self, stumbling over words and losing his train of thought repeatedly. But let’s be clear: Biden hasn’t had a cold. He’s been like this for 48 years.

Biden’s long history of gaffes and blunders is nothing new. His entire career has been marred by a series of missteps and controversial statements that have raised questions about his competence and judgment. From his early days in politics to his current presidency, Biden’s track record is riddled with failures and embarrassing moments.

In the 1970s, Biden’s career began with a series of questionable decisions. His infamous opposition to busing in the 1970s, which aimed to desegregate schools, revealed his reluctance to support meaningful civil rights progress. Biden’s comments during this period, where he expressed concern about his children growing up in a “racial jungle,” were not only racially insensitive but indicative of his problematic views on race.

Fast forward to the 1980s, and Biden’s tendency to fabricate and embellish his personal history became apparent. His 1987 presidential campaign was derailed when it was revealed that he had plagiarized speeches from British politician Neil Kinnock. This scandal exposed Biden’s lack of originality and integrity, forcing him to withdraw from the race in disgrace.

Biden’s questionable associations have also come under scrutiny. His close relationship with former Senator Robert Byrd, a former Klan member, raised eyebrows. Biden eulogized Byrd at his funeral, praising him as a “mentor” and a “friend.” This association with a known racist contradicted Biden’s claims of being a champion for civil rights.


As Vice President under Barack Obama, Biden’s gaffes continued. His remark that Obama was “the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean” was widely criticized as racist and patronizing. Despite his attempts to portray himself as a progressive leader, Biden’s history of racially insensitive comments and actions tells a different story.

Biden’s presidency has been no different. His handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal was a catastrophic failure, resulting in chaos and the loss of American lives. The hasty and poorly planned evacuation left behind thousands of Afghan allies and plunged the country into turmoil. Biden’s inability to manage this crisis effectively was a stark reminder of his incompetence.

Domestically, Biden’s economic policies have been disastrous. Inflation has soared to record levels, eroding the purchasing power of everyday Americans. His reckless spending and massive government interventions have only exacerbated the problem. Biden’s attempts to downplay the severity of inflation and his inability to provide effective solutions have left Americans struggling to make ends meet.

Biden’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has also been lackluster. His promises of “shutting down the virus” have proven empty as new variants continue to emerge. Vaccine mandates and mixed messaging have only fueled public distrust and division. Biden’s failure to provide clear and consistent leadership during this crisis has further eroded his credibility.

As Biden fumbled through his responses during the debate, it became clear that his condition could no longer be hidden. The media’s desperate attempts to spin his gaffes as minor slip-ups were laughable at best. For years, they’ve tried to convince the public that Biden’s occasional stumbles were nothing to worry about. But now, as he struggled to keep up with Trump’s relentless energy, the façade crumbled. Biden’s so-called “cold” seemed to have persisted for the last 48 years.

Team Biden is aware of the impending mass exodus of support following this debate. Even the most hardcore Democrats, driven by a reptilian-brain loyalty to their party, are beginning to see the cracks in their candidate’s armor. The numbers tell a grim story for the Democrats, with their support dwindling daily, largely due to Trump’s influence. Despite the relentless media attacks and blatant lies, Trump continues to crush the Left, revealing their nefarious agendas and igniting a political awakening among the masses.

Democrats and other Leftists have few policy bastions left. Reduced to chanting slogans like “the democracy is at stake,” they fail to see the irony in their own actions. It is the Democrats who are systematically dismantling the republic they claim to protect.

Poll numbers from Quinnipiac paint a telling picture. In a head-to-head matchup, Trump holds a slight lead over Biden, 49 to 45 percent. This is a small change from previous polls, but it signals a shift in the political landscape. Republicans and independents are rallying behind Trump, while Democrats cling to Biden out of sheer desperation. In a hypothetical six-way race, Trump still leads, with Biden trailing behind and independent candidates like Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Jill Stein siphoning off significant portions of the vote.

The poll numbers, however, do not capture the full extent of Biden’s unpopularity. Common sense dictates that Americans are weary of four more years under an old, demented, and crooked president. The prospect of Kamala Harris stepping in as the next “pretender” only adds to the unease. America is not that foolish.

Despite Biden’s attempts to convince the nation that he has done a good job, the public isn’t buying it. Take inflation, for example. When questioned about it, Biden glosses over the issue and brags about his fabricated jobs growth. His detachment from reality is glaring, as he ignores the devastating impact of his policies. The American people see through his charade, recognizing that Biden is too incompetent to address the nation’s challenges effectively.

The Quinnipiac poll also reveals that a significant portion of voters supporting Biden, Trump, and Kennedy are open to changing their choice based on debate performances. This reinforces the notion that Biden’s support is tenuous at best. Trump’s supporters know their candidate well; he has been the most vetted and persecuted candidate in history. Biden, on the other hand, has yet to face a true reckoning. The more revelations about his corruption and incompetence come to light, the more his support will erode.

Biden’s downfall is evident in nearly every demographic. Inflation hits all Americans, especially older ones, who were once considered Biden’s stronghold. But as economic hardships mount, even this group is beginning to waver. The notion that 16 percent of voters could change their minds based on debate performances further underscores Biden’s vulnerability. The man who is known, Trump, stands firm, while Biden, who is about to be exposed, risks losing whatever support he has left.

The debate between Biden and Trump was a stark reminder of the current political reality. Trump remains a formidable force with unwavering support, while Biden’s decline is becoming impossible to ignore. The media’s efforts to prop up Biden are failing, and the American people are waking up to the harsh truths about his presidency. The Democrats’ policy failures and lack of viable candidates spell trouble for their future. As the nation watches the unraveling of Biden’s campaign, it becomes clear that the time for change is now. America needs leaders who can steer the republic towards prosperity and security, not those who cling to power despite their evident incapacity.

One thought on “This Just In: Biden Hasn’t Had a Cold, He’s Been Like This for 48 Years

  1. Take it from an old soldier/cop just Biden has been the same lying thug he was when I first became acquainted with him during his first term in the senate. He along with a whole gaggle of politicians was a subject in an international drug/money laundering investigation along with a state governor named Bush and a state attorney general named named Clinton. They too were/are notorious for their lack of candor. See an old soldier/cops comments below.


    American politicians, bureaucrats, academicians, and members of the media listen up. May a very old ground combat veteran give you a piece of advice? Suggest you pay special attention to the first two lessons learned presented below and then ask yourself where you place ‘absolute candor’ on your list for standards governing your overall personal character. If candor does not rank at the top of your list, suggest you thank your God that you were never called to serve as a leader in a ground combat unit and/or hope that the American people don’t adopt the most cost effective personnel management practice employed by ground combat veterans over many centuries!


    *The ‘Seven C’s of Leadership’ according to a survey of Vietnam era ground combat veterans listed of the order of their importance to the veterans are; Candor, Competence, Consistency, Commitment, Courage, Compassion, and Courtesy. The reason the veterans chose “candor” is because candor encompasses both omission and co-mission. To a combat veteran the lack of absolute candor, be it co-mission or omission, are equal sins! It has been my observation that, democrats are masters of co-mission while republicans are masters of omission!

    *The American people are the most effectively lied to people in modern times thanks primarily to the political class, the bureaucracies at every level of government, the media, and academia.

    *The American Profession of Arms and our brothers/sisters in blue have failed to protect the American people from all of their enemies, both foreign and ‘most especially’ domestic.

    *American soldiers and police officers must in addition to mastering all of their professionally mandated tasks learn to accomplish the same with at least one arm tied behind their backs, and their vision and hearing impaired 50% or more.

    *Soldiers (especially ground combat soldiers) do not fight first and foremost for their country, the flag, motherhood, girls back home, nor apple pie. Before all else, soldiers engaged in ground combat fight for their fellow soldiers and their unit. Why? Because in every war/police action/whatever in the twentieth century and thus far in the twenty-first, the strategies/tactics adopted by mostly incompetent/corrupt military and civilian managers (notice, I said managers not leaders) were/are primarily designed to benefit the military/industrial/political complex with far less regard for those personnel charged with employing the same. In short, the American soldier has been a mercenary throughout most of our history and were officially branded the same in 1969 with the creation of the “All Volunteer Army (VOLAR)”.

    *Most of the politicians/bureaucrats/academicians/media types I have encountered during my years as a soldier and a cop I most kindly refer to as; self-serving, corrupt, incompetent, witless, cowards. Note: Prior to retiring to the deep woods I referred to most of the before mentioned folks as self-serving, corrupt, incompetent, witless, cowardly, piss-ants. After a short time in the woods I came to know that piss-ants are neither self-serving nor witless, and certainly not cowards!

    *After carefully watching the whole of the political class for many years I can say without reservation that most of the group will sell their souls and our bodies just to remain in power.

    *The end goal of the elites and their minions is not (nor ever has been) socialism, communism, fascism, or capitalism. The elites of the world have used all manner of ideologies, religions, terrorism, wars, etc., to drive the masses/peasants/serfs/whoever in one direction. That direction leads to one of the oldest forms of human control ever employed in the history of mankind. That form of human control is Feudalism!

    *The greatest threats to the American people are the corrupt and/or incompetent politicians/bureaucrats/academicians found at every level of government/academia, and the majority of the so-called media.

    *If the so-called ‘progressive movement’ continues unchecked a number of able veterans/soldiers/cops are going to be presented with a challenge/decision. Are the American people worth another drop of our sweat and/or our blood?

    Soldier/Cop, Retired

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