Biden Says Resigning is a “Good Idea”

Evan El-Amin/

It’s been floated by a growing number of individuals in recent months that perhaps Democrat President Joe Biden isn’t up to the task of leading our nation. Some of this naturally stems from the nearly constant gaffes and verbal blunders he makes in public.

Another reason is that he has virtually done nothing to fix the crises we as a nation are facing, be it the massive number of immigrants crossing our southern border, the skyrocketing gas prices, the rising inflation, or the ongoing problems with the supply chain, just to name a few.

But instead of addressing those issues, it seems Biden is rather unconcerned with it all, as was proved this week when he was called to respond to such criticism.

If you hadn’t heard, Biden held a press conference on Tuesday, meant to update the American people on one of the bigger issues we are facing at present: Inflation. However, he didn’t actually bring up inflation at all.

Instead, he filled his time doing the usual… talking nonsense and making up words.

One reporter brought this up, specifically recalling a few recent comments Biden made about Florida Senator Rick Scott, who had made statements about Biden’s inability to do his job. The reporter noted that Scott had said earlier that same day that “the most effective thing Joe Biden can do to solve the inflation crisis he created is resign. He’s the problem.”

And proving Scott right, Biden responded with, “Resign? That’s a good idea.”

Now, clearly, Biden said this with no small hint of sarcasm.

But that just adds to the problem, doesn’t it?

For starters, you have to know that Scott’s opinion of Biden’s failures is not his alone. In fact, several polls now clearly show that the majority of Americans don’t believe Biden is mentally fit enough to do the job he’s been supposedly elected to do.

According to an ABC News and The Washington Post poll conducted in February, some 54 percent of Americans no longer believe Biden has the “mental sharpness to serve effectively.” Just 40 percent say that he does.

Additionally, 52 percent of US citizens asked believe that Joe Biden can’t be trusted in a crisis. Another 59 percent don’t think he’s a strong leader and, therefore, not what America needs right now.

This means that majority of America doesn’t believe Biden is capable and doesn’t think he is doing a good job as our commander in chief. It’s not just high-profile GOP members like Senator Scott. In fact, you might say that as one of the people’s representatives, Scott is actually only giving voice to our concerns.

And yet, Biden’s only response is that of sarcasm, essentially mocking all those who have legitimate concerns about our nation’s leadership.

The reporter even gave Biden another chance to respond better. They went on to repeat a bit more of Scott’s earlier comments, quoting, “Joe Biden is unwell, he’s unfit for office, he’s incoherent, incapacitated and confused.”

Again, Biden’s response was less than amusing. Hell, he really even didn’t defend himself or those concerns. Instead, he fired directly at Scott, saying, “I think the man has a problem.”

With his president? You bet he does, as does most of America, according to those polls. And yet Biden doesn’t seem too concerned about that, at least not like he should be.

Now, there is a possibility that he really doesn’t know that most of us aren’t too pleased with him. After all, if he’s confused enough to think we are better off financially than we were two years ago or even one year ago, chances are reality isn’t really on his radar. This is also the same man who thinks getting rid of fossil fuels immediately is the answer to global warming or climate change, whatever you want to call it.

In either case, the message he’s sending isn’t helping any of us trust him more. And come November, both he and his party will be faced with that truth.