When an exposé is this on target, it deserves wide coverage. Monica Showalter’s column, “Cleanup on Aisle 46: Joe Biden makes a mess of his 60 Minutes interview,” posted on American Thinker, is such example. It goes in-depth as CBS’ Scott Pelley interviews the vacuous Joe Biden.
Biden, who appears to lack any understanding of the toll inflation is taking on American families, blunders his way through the softball questions that Pelley lobs his way. He states American forces would defend Taiwan, though his position stands in contradiction to that of his own administration. He also tells an incredulous Pelley that he had no advance knowledge of the FBI’s unprecedented raid on the Trump family’s Mar-a-Lago home and has not been briefed on whether anything of significance was located as the home was ransacked when the family was away.
Speaking as if English was an unfamiliar language, Biden told Pelley, “I have not personally spoken to anyone on that — in that regard. I’m sure my administration is aware of all of that, and so is the National Security Council. But I have not.”
Biden, the oldest U.S. president in American history, will turn 80 on Nov. 20. He says he has not made a firm decision on whether to run for reelection in 2024, even though he previously said he intends to do so.
Biden told interviewer Pelley, “I’m a great respecter of fate, and so, what I’m doing is I’m doing my job. I’m gonna do that job. And within the timeframe that makes sense after this next election cycle here, going into next year, make a judgment on what to do.”
The question isn’t what Joe intends to do — American voters will have the overarching voice as we move forward. Polling indicates he is deeply underwater with 65.1% of Americans surveyed saying the country is on the wrong track under Biden.
Those telling numbers supersede “fate.”