President Biden slam dunks Republican stooge Rick Scott

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What IS it with the politicians in Florida? Is there no end to their ability to say stupid things that don’t make any sense? It certainly doesn’t seem like there is. The latest Floridian stupid-spreader is Senator Rick Scott.

Scott had pathetically suggested that President Biden resign. His justification for saying that was that President Biden is “unfit for office.” I’d say Scott is unfit for an intelligence test. “He’s incoherent, incapacitated, and confused,” Scott said.

These words are, of course, a joke. Actually, Rick Scott himself is a joke –he’s a Floridian punchline which is sad because the state of Florida cannot seem to catch a break in finding intelligent representation.

Biden responded during his speech about inflation. Biden warned voters about Scott’s agenda, which seems to be taxing almost everybody in the country. That sounds like a winning agenda to me! (Sarcasm.)

Then Biden was asked about Scott’s comments. Biden’s response was perfect. Smiling that enigmatic Biden smile, the President said simply: “I think the man has a problem.”

So few words, so much wisdom. President Biden’s right. Scott DOES have a problem — as do all the Republicans.

Their problem is this: They hate their voters; they have no platform at all except to cause more PAIN to their voters and take away as many rights for women and minorities as humanly possible.

Scott is also really bad at this political game of checkers. See, the thing is — our President has something Scott could never have on his best day.

That something is luminescence. You know what I mean, I hope. President Biden always seems enveloped by a gentle light — a luminescent light. His words are gentle and not very much seems to fluster him. He radiates goodness.


Scott, on the other hand, has a light as well. It’s a hard light that radiates stupidity, indifference, and desperation. Scott will never be President and will likely be remembered as a fool. Don’t try to tell him that, though, because like most other fools who have come before him — he is too foolish to listen.

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