Biden Could Be Out BEFORE Election, Here’s How

Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) addressed the ramifications of President Biden’s performance at the debate in a letter to his fellow Senate Republicans on Friday.

In the letter, which The Hill was able to obtain, Tillis recommended that Biden, 81, resign “for the sake of the country” and that the Cabinet consider using the 25th Amendment, which allows members to vote to give the vice president authority if he is “not aware of his own unfitness to keep serving.”

“Watching the debate was heartbreaking, and I honestly feel horrible for President Biden,” Tillis wrote in her post. According to the senator, while physical and cognitive deterioration “is a normal part of aging for many people,” it “is most certainly not normal” to demonstrate it in front of others during a discussion.

Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX), one of the Republicans who filed a resolution that would force VP Kamala Harris to call a Cabinet meeting and invoke Section 4 of the 25th Amendment to declare Joe Biden “incapable of executing the duties of his office,” is echoing the call.

As part of his request, Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) requested Cabinet members “examine their souls” and determine whether the president is capable of serving out the rest of his term.

“How will Biden fare in a real national security crisis that tests the country in a way that his predecessors have not if he is unable to explain his policies, speak clearly, and is unable to lead despite weeks of preparation?” According to Tillis, the president is “a decent person who cares about the country,” he wrote.

But Biden is “not fit to keep serving as leader of the free world,” according to Tillis’ determination.

There have already been calls for Harris and Cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment. Special Counsel Robert Hur called President Joe Biden “a compassionate, well-meaning, old man with a bad memory” in his report on Biden’s handling of secret documents, which prompted several Republicans in Congress to propose Biden’s removal from office.

At a rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, the next day, the president addressed his advancing years and how they affected his debate performance, stating, “I know right from wrong.” I am capable of accomplishing this task. I’m a task-oriented individual who understands, as do millions of Americans, that you always get back up after falling.

On September 10, Biden will square off against Trump one more time on the debate platform.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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