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Sometimes, you need to do something to know you’re alive — jump out of an airplane, head out to the open sea, or fall in love all over.

Maybe such a thing would help Joe Biden, although I believe Trump was speaking more literally recently than my intention above.

On Sunday, the President chimed in on Joe’s wince-worthy “You ain’t black” comment concerning voting for him over our current Commander-in-Chief (Read all about that mess in my colleague Bonchie’s article).

According to The Donald, Biden’s so out of it, he doesn’t even realize he’s among the living.

In an interview with WJLA, the Leader of the Free World was asked if Joe possesses any qualities that would make him a substantial political threat.

Trump almost began with a compliment; but alas, it was not to be:

“Well, I would have said experience, but he doesn’t really have experience because I don’t think he remembers what he did yesterday. So how is that experience? He’s been there a long time. He was never known as a smart person.”

As noted by The Daily Wire, host Sharyl Attkisson pushed the prez to say “one good thing” about Mr. B.

He didn’t quite manage it.

But he did work up some comments on the former VP’s weaknesses:

“He’s got many. I can talk about weak points all day long.”

Ya know — I really believe him.

Then came this:

“First of all, he’s not mentally sharp enough to be president.”

And:

“Biden doesn’t know, I mean, he doesn’t know he’s alive.”

Well, that would certainly inhibit a stellar performance as POTUS.

Trump elaborated:

“I’m against somebody — think of it — I’m against somebody that can’t answer simple questions. I’ve never seen anything like it, but here’s what I am against. I’m against a very powerful party, the Democrats, and they can take this glass of water and say, ‘That’s your candidate.’”

While I wouldn’t go so far as the President’s characterization, still, the man ain’t just whistlin’ Dixie. There’s something medically wrong with Joe, and it isn’t the kind of problem that gets better over time.

Take that clear fact and combine it with Trump’s animal instinct as displayed above, and you can see something of a preview of any attempted debate between them.

And in that scenario, Trump will be proven right in more ways than one — as for being alive, the President will metaphorically massacre Biden.

Liberal Joe Rogan agrees — as covered by RedState’s Brandon Morse, the highly-recommended podcaster proposed that Donald Trump will “eat that guy alive.”

[Language Warning]:

So what will November bring? An onstage annihilation of the weak by the strong?

For Joe Biden’s sake, I hope not. He’s an unwell man, and it’d be an ugly thing to watch, indeed.

How can the Democrats possibly run this guy?

I’m still waiting for Hillary to swing in on a vine with Cheetah on her back.

What do you predict? A lot can happen in six months.

Let us all know in the Comments section.

-ALEX

 

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Michael Moore Reads Trump’s Mind and Nails His Only Path to Re-Election

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