What Now, Democrats? Part 3

     The hole is getting deeper:

     “I know I’m not a young man, to the state the obvious. Well, I know I don’t walk as easy as I used to, I don’t speak as smoothly as I used to, I don’t debate as well as I used to, but I know what I do know. I know how to tell the truth,” Biden said in a rally in Raleigh, NC.
     “I know right from wrong. I know how to do this job. I know how to get things done. I know, like millions of Americans, I know, when you get knocked down, you get back up.”
     “Folks, I give you my word as a Biden, I would not be running again if I didn’t believe with all my heart and soul I can do this job. Because, quite frankly, the stakes are too high,” he added.

     “My word as a Biden.” What’s that worth, Gentle Reader? From a man who seems to be actually allergic to the truth – who’s lied so frequently throughout his public life that it’s hard to find an instance of him talking about himself that doesn’t contain one or more lies.

     He’s lied about his academic attainments. He’s lied about his IQ. He’s lied about his graduation rank in law school. He’s lied about having done this or that or the other thing. He’s lied about the death of his first wife. He’s lied about the death of his son Beau. He’s lied about his family’s involvement with foreign powers, especially through his son Hunter. He’s lied about anyone and everyone who’s dared to challenge him on anything. And of course, he spewed a number of lies about his performance as president and the performance of his predecessor, Donald Trump.

     Joseph Robinette Biden is the most vicious and unprincipled figure in the history of American politics. Yes, he even eclipses Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

     But his ego remains intact and monstrously bloated. He can’t admit to any of his failings or failures. He can’t accept that he’s an anvil around the neck of his party. And he can’t accept that should he insist on carrying the Democrat standard all the way to November, he’ll suffer a defeat reminiscent of Jimmy Carter’s loss to Ronald Reagan in 1980.

     From one perspective, it’s a serves-you-right moment for the Democrat Party. They stole the White House for him. Now he’s too great a liability for them to carry further…but getting rid of him will prove a challenge they might not be able to surmount. And if they discover that they can’t…what then?

     If you haven’t read it yet, please read Part 2. There’s going to be chaos, possibly involving bloodshed. It won’t be easily limited or confined. I’m beginning to wonder if it’s not too late to buy some rural property and move there forthwith.