Prediction: A bumbling President Biden will not control White House

Wednesday, July 8, 2020
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Chad Groening, Billy Davis (OneNewsNow.com)

Joe Biden & Donald TrumpJoe Biden is vowing to “transform” America if he wins the White House but an activist-writer says radical Leftists will wield the real power.

Biden, who is averaging an eight-point lead over President Trump, stated on Twitter recently that “we won’t just rebuild this nation – we’ll transform it.”

That bold but vague promise may sound familiar to American voters who witnessed Barack Obama vow to “radically transform” the country, too.

“Thank you for this,” replied Allie Beth Stuckey, a conservative writer and radio host. “The number of times I am going to refer to this tweet, when I’m explaining to my audience why a vote for Joe Biden is a vote for destroying everything they love, is one million.”

There is also speculation that Biden, 77, is suffering from some form of mental incapacity and would not be leading the free world from the Oval Office. That would leave a power vacuum for a future vice president and far-left lawmakers to fill.

Biden vs auto workerIn a poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports, 55 percent agreed Biden is in the early stages of dementia, and 61 percent said he should address the concern publicly, The Washington Times reported.

Robert Knight, a columnist for The Washington Times, says Democratic lawmakers appear to be fearful of their own far-left colleagues who would demand power in a Biden administration. 

“They're going along with it,” he insists. “They're afraid of their own left wing led by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the young communist out of New York.”

Regarding the power of the Left, Knight says the so-called “cancel culture” is really a Stalinist-like tactic to isolate a perceived enemy of progress and to crush dissent when it appears.

“People need to understand that they are imposing a new totalitarian regime on us before our very eyes,” he warns. "And if our leaders, who are supposed to protect us, don't speak up more strongly and act more strongly to protect us we need to get new leaders."

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