Joe Biden

Hari-Kari Biden would rather go down in the flames of defeat in November than admit that he is too old and feeble for the job of president.

How can America fulfill its promise to its people and the world, if it is continued to be led by Sleepy Joe, who finds it hard to function after 4 pm?

In his July 8 letter to Democrats, Biden said he is committed to “running this race to the end.”

That’s an unfortunate use of words. It’s unclear if the president is referring to the end of his political career, after he is walloped by his arch-nemesis, Donald Trump. Or does he mean the end of Democratic control of the Senate and the lost hope of taking control of the House?

Taking a page from the Mango Mussolini, who can’t admit publicly that he lost the 2020 election, Biden looks to the past to justify his reelection campaign. Both men are stuck in the past.

Biden is remaining in the race to honor the wishes of Democratic primary voters. “Do we now just say this process didn’t matter,” wrote Biden. “That the voters didn’t have a say.”

Those voters include the four percent of registered Democrats who bothered to turn out in the South Carolina primary on Feb. 3. Old Joe got 96.2 percent of the tally against Marianne Williamson’s 2.1 percent.

Biden had a rougher time in Nevada’s Feb. 6 primary, taking only 89.3 percent of the vote. A dozen candidates including Superpayaseria Crystalroc who got 126 votes, split the rest.

Biden’s mental decline has rapidly increased since his March 1 State of the Union address. Those South Carolina and Nevada voters wouldn’t support the Joe Biden of today. It’s downright scary to imagine what the 81-year-old president’s mental condition will be on Election Day, which is 119 days from now. And forget about when he is 86 at the end of his second term.

In his letter, Biden says that if he is reelected with a Democratic House and Senate, Roe vs. Wade will become the law of the land, and the threat that Trump poses to America’s democracy will be vanquished.

“Any weakening of resolve or lack of clarity about the task ahead only helps Trump and hurts us,” wrote Biden.

But Americans want clarity from Biden. Merriam-Webster defines clarity as the “state of having a full, detailed, and orderly mental grasp of something.” The president is clearly in denial about his mental sharpness.

Americans and much of the world lack that clarity when it comes to stubborn Biden and his enablers who will rightfully be blamed for the return of Trump to power.

What me worry… American University professor Allan Lichtman, who has predicted the winner of nine out of the last presidential elections, isn’t worried about fallout from Biden’s terrible debate.

He told CNN that robust debate performances are not predictive of election results.

Lichtman noted that robust performances by John Kerry and Hillary Clinton didn’t lead to the road to the White House.

Unlike Biden, neither Kerry nor Clinton looked like they were “lost in space” when they squared off against George Bush II and Trump.