The media spent the last two years trying to convince us that President Biden won’t run for re-election, despite all evidence to the contrary. He’s also keeping Vice President Kamala Harris as his running mate, despite the nonsense that he’d drop one of his more solid competitors and a talented politician representative of one of the Democratic Party’s most loyal voting blocs as his veep just because “it’d be something different.” They’re still worrying about his age even though the time to address any concerns about that have been debunked in the last three years.
We’ve seen Joe Biden time and again exceed high expectations both as a political candidate and as the President of the United States, so when he was pressed on his age just recently, he summed up the reason he should be renominated and ultimately reelected in 2024 in a solid and concise manner: “I have acquired a hell of a lot of wisdom. I know more than the vast majority of people, and I am more experience than anybody’s ever run for the office. I think have proven myself to be honorable and effective. ”
While the US has elected Republican presidents on the basis of they’re inexperienced in government, President Biden is running on the fact that he’s been there for years and he knows how to get things done when the odds are against him. The GOP is trying to press the issue of his age because they don’t have a whole lot else to go with, and they’ve already given that away.
James Sullivan is the assistant editor of Brain World Magazine and an advocate of science-based policy making