President Joe Biden, sometimes referred to as "Sleepy Joe," always gets it wrong. He botched the withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021, and his out-of-control spending has eviscerated the American economy. If he isn't more careful going up and down the Air Force One stairs, Biden is going to destroy the country by making Kamala Harris president.
The octogenarian commander in chief humiliated himself again this week by attempting to predict the outcome of the men's NCAA championship. This time the flaws in Biden's judgment were exposed by a series of premature withdrawals. The team he picked to win it all, Arizona, lost in the first round to Princeton on Thursday. Princeton.
Hours earlier the University of Virginia, the team Biden predicted would play Arizona in the Elite Eight quarterfinal round later this month, was defeated by lowly Furman. All told it was a dreadful day for Biden's bracket, which marked the end of an abysmal week for American democracy.
On Monday, for example, former White House press secretary Jen Psaki revealed that Biden is a "night owl" who rarely does anything before 9 a.m. She seemed to be implying that the president suffers from a sleep disorder such as insomnia or "night wandering," which according to the Mayo Clinic is a common symptom of dementia.
Biden's former running mate, President Barack Obama, tried to warn us about Sleepy Joe's appalling judgment. "Don't underestimate Joe's ability to fuck things up," he reportedly told a fellow Democrat during the 2020 presidential primary. It was one of the only times Obama has ever told the truth about American politics.
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