Joe Biden’s presidency is hanging on by a thread.
It’s an open question if Biden will even run for re-election in 2024.
And Joe Biden got hit with the bad news that could force him to resign from office.
Joe Biden’s approval ratings continue to sink.
The Real Clear Politics polling average shows Biden’s disapproval number ten points higher than his approval rating.
One of the clearest signs that Biden is now politically radioactive was the fact that the left-wing writers on “Saturday Night Live” saw fit to lampoon Biden as a senile, creepy pervert on the cold open of this past week’s show.
The broadcast began with a sketch presenting glum Joe Biden played by current cast member James Austin Johnson moaning about his poor poll numbers.
“People used to like me,” Johnson as Biden stated.
At that point former cast member – and the host of this week’s show – Jason Sudeikis came on stage dressed up as Joe Biden as Sudeikis played Biden during his time on the show.
“Wait a second. Who are you?” Johnson as Biden exclaimed as Sudeikis appeared in a “ghosts of Christmas past” takeoff.
“What do you mean who are you? I am you! I am you from eight years ago, man. The ghost of Biden past. Boo!” Sudeikis as Biden answered.
SNL then mocked Biden’s senility as Johnson as Biden got lost trying to come up with the words to describe the past Joe Biden.
“You seem so happy. So carefree. So — what is the word I am looking for?” Johnson as Biden stumbled.
“Lucid!” Sudeikis as Biden interjected.
Sudeikis as Biden then parodied the creepy habit Biden has of rubbing young girls’ shoulders and sniffing their hair by rubbing Johnson as Biden’s neck and asking him if he liked that.
The “Saturday Night Live” skit mocking Joe Biden’s senility and creepiness came just days after National Review editor Charles C.W. Cooke authored a column theorizing that Joe Biden’s poll numbers never recovered because the American people now considered Joe Biden a doddering, dementia-addled joke.
“The answer to both questions is that he is inspiring the wrong response in the public at large. Disappointment can be addressed. Anger can be quelled. Suspicion can be dissipated. Ill fortune can be reversed. But mockery is another matter altogether: In politics, ridicule — that freewheeling cousin of contempt and derision — has a nasty habit of becoming permanent,” Cooke wrote.
Cooke then described a series of events he encountered in his everyday life where normal people used Joe Biden’s cognitive decline as a source of humor.
“At a friendly tennis match recently, I heard an older gentleman excuse his having forgotten the score by explaining that he was having a ‘Biden moment.’ At dinner, people who lose their train of thought mid-sentence, as if they have been hit by a Mack truck, have started to say, casually, ‘Oh dear, I sound like the president,’” Cooke added.
If Joe Biden’s poll numbers stay stuck in the toilet because the public sees Biden as a source of mockery, there is little chance Democrats will risk allowing Biden to run for re-election in 2024 if Donald Trump is the GOP candidate.
That would cause party elites to force Joe Biden to step aside so Kamala Harris or some other Democrat can run as the party nominee in 2024.
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