One of those observers is Townhall columnist Wayne Allen Root, and in a piece published over the weekend, he argues that Biden could be replaced by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Root claims that the “jig is up” with Biden’s presidency, noting how some recent polls put his approval rating “in the unimaginable,” sub-40% range.
Biden’s “days are numbered”
“That means he has no one left on his side but friends, family, campaign aides, Democratic Kool-Aid drinkers, welfare addicts and migrants,” Root wrote.
“Everyone with a brain, who isn’t blind, deaf or really dumb, now understands Biden is brain-dead,” the columnist continued. “It’s hard to miss the daily decline in Biden’s ability to think and communicate.”
Root concluded that Biden’s “days are numbered,” as “Democratic puppet masters have no choice anymore but to throw grandpa from the train.”
Although Vice President Kamala Harris is next in the line of presidential succession should Biden step down, Root insists that she won’t be taking office.
Harris forced out?
“We all know that’s not going to happen. I believe she is the most deeply flawed, despised and unpopular vice president in the history of America, and maybe in the history of the world too.”
Root went on to write that his “crystal ball” tells him that “Democrats will demand Harris’ resignation,” and added that she will point to “personal reasons” or “family issues” as an excuse to step down.
Then, following a substantial payoff to Harris from wealthy left-wing donors, Root predicts that Clinton will be appointed to take her place. In addition, he also predicts members of the Democratic establishment “planting nonstop stories in the media claiming Biden’s aides see him in dramatic mental decline.”
Finally, “Biden will make his touching goodbye announcement and ride off to a nursing home specializing in dementia patients,” leaving Clinton in charge, which is a total nightmare, to say the least.
Although the theory may seem far-fetched, Root pointed out that his past predictions have tended to come true and added a famous Muhammad Ali quote, “It ain’t bragging if you can back it up.”