Because Jill hovers over her husband so protectively, many wonder why this might be so. In an op-edrecently wrote: [emphasis added to quotes]
During Bill Clinton’s first presidential run in 1992, he assured the country that we’d be electing Hillary Clinton as ‘co-president’ and that Americans would get “two for the price of one.”
It sure looks like we’re seeing that scenario play out again with another Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden, albeit for different reasons. …
[I]t seems as though Jill Biden is being positioned as the literal caretaker of a caretaker president who won’t be in any position to do any of the things his wife just mentioned in her promo, and for the very same reason why she made it: Because hubby isn’t mentally fit enough to be our leader.
Now that Kamala Harris is on the scene, Jill fades into the background; but not to worry!
Like Jill once was, Kamala is now ever-present, even as she and Joe avoid taking impromptu questions from the media. Kamala is Nanny Number Two (aka, Nanny in Chief, designated to have official duties as acting POTUS, should Biden/Harris “win.” First Nanny (Jill) will be a ceremonial, domestic position.)
The reason that Kamala was picked as Joe’s vice-presidential candidate can’t be reiterated often enough. According to CNN, Joe picked Kamala because he thinks she
will be ready to step in if and when Biden decides to step aside.
If mainstream media like CNN do this sort of speculating, then it’s likely already a given that Joe will, at some point, perhaps sooner rather than later, “step aside.”
In 2016, Bernie Sanders, although preferred by a large portion of the Democrat Party, was shuffled aside in favor of Hillary Clinton.
In 2020, a huge portion of the Democrat Party soundly rejected Kamala Harris as their presidential nominee. Nevertheless, Democrats now face the probability that Kamala may end up a step away from the presidency.
In that unthinkable case, then when Biden steps aside, Kamala will officially become president, despite that her own party already soundly rejected her for the position.
In the meantime, Kamala will be Joe’s second nanny and, if Biden/Harris somehow “win” the election, Kamala will become the woman behind the curtain, acting POTUS, until Joe decides to “step aside.”
Make no mistake:
A vote for Joe Biden for president is actually a vote for Kamala Harris for president.
Joe said so himself, on video:
But for me it has to be demonstrated that whomever I pick is two things, one, is capable of immediately being president because I’m an old guy.
So because he’s an “old guy,” Joe (or somebody) chose Kamala as second nanny, POTUS in waiting.
I’m not the only one who believes this:
Enter Senator Kamala Harris who could very well preside over this Brave New World. She definitely sees the future and it is her. Joe Biden is Paul von Hindenburg in 1932 Germany. An old guy who is malleable. Kamala is the ticket, so to speak.
Again, do you think most voters have any clue? Do you think The New York Times and Washington Post will tell them?
C’mon, man. WAKE UP!
Jill and Kamala aren’t the only women of a certain age who are ready, willing, and able to come to Joe’s rescue. There are at least a couple of other nannies hoping to ease Joe’s burdens until he’s ready to “step aside.”
There’s Susan Rice, would-be Nanny Number Three.
Former Obama national security adviser Susan Rice hinted at a possible Joe Biden administration role while touting the former vice president’s choice of Kamala Harris as his running mate and saying she is committed [to] helping him govern “in any way he’d like.”
Wow. Isn’t that special? Sue will help Joe “govern” this nation. He needs her help, you know, after he’s spent half a century in government. Such ageism!
Switch sexes and imagine a female running for the presidency. Then imagine a male vice presidential candidate being touted on CNN as a person who’ll be “ready to step in if and when [the female] decides to step aside.”
Now imagine a male from a previous administration offering his services to help that female “govern.”
We have three female nannies so far, but there’s a fourth. Yes, indeed. Who other than the former Democrat presidential candidate from 2016? Hillary also is ready to “help” Joe govern.
Twice failed presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton didn’t rule out serving in a Biden Administration.
“I’m ready to help in any way I can,” Hillary Clinton said.
Nanny Number Four.
Why do all these women talk as if Joe’s not up to the challenge? Why do they seemingly believe he needs help, their help, to do the job, should he end up in the Oval Office?
Do they know something we don’t? Or are they just ageist, sexist, or maybe even racist?
If they know that Joe’s not up to the job–that he’ll need their help to govern– then why don’t they share what they know with the American People who are, after all, the deciders?
Isn’t what these women say an indication that they, like so many others, suspect that Joe’s not capable?
If they do believe he’s capable, then why do they so openly talk about “helping” him?