'FOR THE GOOD OF THE COUNTRY': WaPo Op-Ed Asks Biden, Harris to Bow Out of 2024

posted by Hannity Staff - 11.02.22

In a recent op-ed for The Washington Post, conservative columnist George Will calls on President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to drop out of the 2024 election “for the good of the country.”

Will is specifically concerned about a recent Biden blunder that saw Joe claiming student loan debt forgiveness was passed by a vote of two; there was never a vote.

From WaPo:

Meeting recently with some progressive activists, Biden said his $426 billion student loan forgiveness was accomplished by “a law” that he had “just signed”: “I got it passed by a vote or two.” No. He. Did. Not.

Biden was not merely again embellishing his achievements. This is not just another of his verbal fender benders. There is no less-than-dismaying explanation for his complete confusion. What vote? Who voted?

It is frightening that Biden does not know, or remember, what he recently did regarding an immensely important policy. He must be presumed susceptible to future episodes of similar bewilderment. He should leave the public stage on Jan. 20, 2025.

Will also torched Kamala Harris for her famous word salad rants.

“She sounds, as a critic has said, like someone giving a book report on a book she has not read,” says Will. “Her style betrays a self-satisfied exaggeration of her aptitudes. Lacking natural talent, she needs to prepare, but evidently doesn’t. Complacency and arrogance make a ruinous compound.”

“In 2024, the Republican Party might present the nation with a presidential nominee whose unfitness has been demonstrated. After next Tuesday’s sobering election results, Democrats should resolve not to insult and imperil the nation by doing likewise.

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