What’s Happening:

Who will really be in charge if Joe Biden gets into the White House? You might say Joe, of course.

But that’s not what we’ve seen ever since he won his party’s nomination. First, he continued to bow to the radical left, abandoning his moderate policies in favor of extremism.

Then, after the election, he made jokes about how his running mate Kamala will be calling the shots. The unlikeable senator could not even get 2% support during the primaries.

Why should anyone respect her leadership?

But, once again, Joe slips up and calls her the future president. From NY Post:

Joe Biden raised eyebrows Tuesday when he accidentally referred to Kamala Harris as “president-elect.”

“I took it to instill public confidence in the vaccine. President-elect Harris took hers today for the same reason,” he went on after Harris received the jab earlier Tuesday…

On the campaign trail, Biden insisted that Harris would be ready to lead “from day one,” appearing to address concerns about his advanced age and hinting he would be a one-term president.

Many think Sleepy Joe no longer has what it takes to make important decisions (if he ever did). His frequent gaffes lend more concern that he mind is not what it used to be.

Some say he’ll quickly resign to give Kamala the job. Comments like this only help confirm that suspicion.

But even if it was just a gaffe, it was one in a very long line of them. Joe Biden frequently forgets basic details, gets easily confused, and quickly loses his temper.

And he’s called her the President-Elect more than once now.

Those are all signs of significant mental decline. Yet we are to believe Americans overwhelmingly picked him over Trump?

Give me a break.

If he does become president—and doesn’t resign—don’t expect that to mean that he’s actually leading. Kamala or no, Joe isn’t the one in charge. It will be the radical leftists that continue to take over the Democratic Party.

Not to mention those globalists and China who pull many strings in the D.C. swamp.

Source: NY Post