Dementia Joe’s choice for vice president is an important one for the Democrat Party apparatchik, and a highly consequential one for Americans. The 76-year-old mothballed politico announced early on that he has no intention of being a two-term president. Some doubt he can even complete one term. Our own Russ Winter speculated that he may even step aside — or be stepped over — during the Democrat convention, or jettisoned before the election.
Whatever the sequence of events, the question remains the same: Who will Biden choose to ultimately take over his presidency?
In May, Team Biden released a list of nine women under consideration for veep. Most notable is five of the nine are black and most are relatively unknown. Elizabeth Warren is one of the two white women. Though she’s the most well-known and most popular among Progressives, according to polls, the BLM-placating liberal media choose instead to focus almost exclusively on the black contenders.
In June, Team Biden released four more names from his binders of women, all of them white. The media ignored them, too.
Biden revealed in March he would select a female running mate, and nationwide protests against racism and police brutality have heightened pressure on his campaign to choose a woman of color. …
Biden said Tuesday there are a “number of women of color” on his vice presidential shortlist, including Hispanic women and women of Asian heritage, but that he is “not releasing the names of all” the candidates.
We know that Babbling Biden’s veep list was chosen for him, and we suspect he’s not particularly keen on any of them. That’s why we’ve yet to hear “his choice.” We also suspect “his choice” is someone being kept out of the public eye. All of these other women are a front, a mere distraction.
Biden revealed the most important qualification:
VOX: “The most important thing — and I’ve actually talked to Barack about this — the most important thing is that there has to be someone who, the day after they’re picked, is prepared to be president of the United States of America if something happened,” Biden said.
And he has said that above all, he needs someone who he can trust.
POLITICO: “He’s not kidding when he says I really want someone I’m simpatico with — someone he can trust,” said a close Biden ally. “His experience with Obama was one of genuine closeness and trust.”
What does he mean by this? Well, we don’t think he’s just talking about camaraderie. Most people don’t know much about Creepy Joe. What they have learned about him during the past year isn’t just unflattering. It’s potentially corrupt and criminal.
He needs a wing woman who can go to bat for him when he’s attacked about his and his son Hunter’s involvement in Ukraine and with China. He also needs someone he can count on to defend him should incriminating documents surface involving sexual assault on a former staffer Tara Reade (or others) — especially given his dismal “denial performance” on MSNBC (aka MSDNC).
In other words, he needs a pervert justice warrior, someone who knows how to keep mum about the location of buried bodies, and who won’t accidentally alienate either black or white voters.
There’s only one well-known candidate who fits this bill to a tee. She has spent the last four years polishing her brand. She has a website up with all of her policy positions and PAC in place. She’s made it clear she’s available for the veep post.
She’s been endorsing, defending and raising money for Biden since last year — before he even announced. All of Biden’s committees are now manned with her people. She’s been campaigning and strategizing for him and has been on the scene out of sight of late, but it’s not because her character is altruistic. They’re trying to maintain an element of surprise.
Like Biden, she’s had two failed runs for the Oval Office. She won the popular vote against Trump in the last election.
Yep, you guessed it. Brace for it. Queen of the swamp rats. Hillary Goddamn Clinton.