‘Alarmingly Incoherent’: NYT’s Columnist Begs Biden Not To Run In 2024

(Patriot Insider) – A columnist for the New York Times, Bret Stephens, penned a column that was published on Tuesday admonishing Joe Biden not to run for reelection come 2024. You can almost hear all of the hardcore leftists in the country screaming out in agony at the mere mention of such a thought.

According to a report from BizPacReview, in the piece, which was titled, “Biden Should Not Run Again — and He Should Say He Won’t,” Stephens also referred to Biden as “alarmingly incoherent.”

Yeah, that’s something we’ve been saying for ages now, isn’t it? Why is the mainstream media ignoring the obvious fact that this man is experiencing severe cognitive impairment?

It’s a really big deal for an author over at the NY Times to practically beg Biden to step away from the Oval Office after his first term in order for the Democratic Party to prepare for the next race.

“Stephens is allegedly a Never Trumper and has been a vocal critic of former President Trump. He contends that Biden’s age and his ‘uneven’ cognitive state, need to be addressed because it could hurt the party and the country if he takes too long to decide not to run. He also posited that it would be ;liberating’ for Biden’s presidency to announce he isn’t running and would reenergize a ‘listless’ Democratic Party,” the report said.

“Is it a good idea for Joe Biden to run for reelection in 2024? And, if he runs again and wins, would it be good for the United States to have a president who is 86 — the age Biden would be at the end of a second term?” the writer stated in his column. “I put these questions bluntly because they need to be discussed candidly, not just whispered constantly.”

“It won’t do. From some of his public appearances, Biden seems … uneven. Often cogent, but sometimes alarmingly incoherent,” he pointed out. “What’s the reason? I have no idea. Do his appearances (including the good ones) inspire strong confidence that the president can go the distance in his current term, to say nothing of the next? No.”

“This is not healthy. Not for the president himself, not for the office he holds, not for the Democratic Party, not for the country,” he went on to say.

“Things might be different if the Biden presidency were off to a great start. It’s not. Blame Joe Manchin or Mitch McConnell or the anti-vaxxers, but Biden’s poll numbers have been deeply underwater since August. The man who once gave his party hope now weighs on his party’s fortunes like a pair of cement shoes.,” Stephens went on to write in his piece, making a reference to Biden’s plummeting poll numbers and the economic and domestic mistakes he’s made while in office.

“Things might also be different if it looked like the administration would soon turn the corner. That’s the administration’s hope for the mammoth Build Back Better legislation. But last month’s passage of the infrastructure bill didn’t really move the political needle for Biden, and that bill was genuinely popular. Now B.B.B. looms as another costly progressive distraction in a time of surging prices, spiking homicides, resurgent disease, urban decay, a border crisis, a supply-chain crisis and the threat of Iran crossing the nuclear threshold and of Russia crossing the Ukrainian border,” he went on to add.

“Oh, and Kamala Harris. Her supporters might decry the fact, but to an ever-growing number of Americans, the heir apparent seems lighter than air. Her poll numbers at this point in her term are the worst of those of any vice president in recent history, including Mike Pence’s. If she winds up as her party’s default nominee if Biden pulls out late, Democrats will have every reason to panic,” the writer then warned.

“So what’s the president to do? He should announce, much sooner than later, that he will not run for a second term,” he wrote. “Right now he’s worse than a lame duck, because potential Democratic successors are prevented from making calls, finding their lanes and appealing for attention.”

“It would put an end to the endless media speculation. It would inject enthusiasm and interest into a listless Democratic Party. It would let him devote himself wholly to addressing the country’s immediate problems without worrying about reelection,” he stated in the piece. “Greatness is often easier to achieve when good policies aren’t encumbered by clever politics. Biden should think on it — and act soon.”

Again, this is a point conservatives have been making since Biden first announced he was running for president. Why has it taken this long for folks to start coming around on this? It’s been glaringly obvious for a long, long time.

Was it due to the left’s absolute hatred for this country, its people, and Donald Trump?

Certainly seems that was the case.

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