2024 Election

WEEKEND AT JOEY'S: Cruz Says Dems Would Prop Up Joe Like 'Weekend at Bernie's' to Win White House

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.22.24

During the most recent episode of his podcast Verdict, Texas Senator Ted Cruz blasted Democrats for dragging a declining Joe Biden into the 2024 race for the White House.

Cruz says they would prop him up “Weekend at Bernie’s”-style to retain control of the White House.

“They’re not worried that he lacks the competence to do the job. There’s only one thing they’re worried about — that he would lose,” the Republican senator said in the latest episode of his podcast, “The Verdict with Ted Cruz,” which aired Wednesday.

“If they believed he would win, they’d be perfectly fine to ‘Weekend at Bernie’s’ him to stand up as a corpse and say, ‘Joe Biden’s there and let’s keep pulling the puppet strings,’” he continued.

“The Democrats and the media would be perfectly happy if they could wave a wand and put Joe Biden there four years or more.”

From The New York Post:

Cruz, 53, has previously suggested Democrats may “parachute in” former first lady Michelle Obama to be the nominee at the national convention, and said in his podcast Wednesday that the ongoing media criticism of Biden’s age could result in “the moment where they’re trying to see if they can out [Biden] and replace [him] with Michelle Obama.”

Still, he said he believes the Democrats are prepared to push Biden through as the nominee — and will be “completely silent” about concerns regarding his age.

“If he stays the nominee, they’ll get back in line and they’ll immediately begin saying, ‘It’s ageist and racist and horrible [to] even ask these questions,’ and they have no shame,” the Texas Republican said.

More over at The New York Post:

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