Biden is NOT Mentally FIT

The opposition to President Biden, according to Representative Steven Horsford, D-Nev., seems to be more based on “ageism” and “ableism” than on his programs.


The congressman from Nevada made an appearance on “CNN NewsNight with Abby Phillip” on Monday night, coinciding with calls from some of his Democratic colleagues for Biden to resign after his appalling debate performance.


When Phillip revealed that most voters—including Democrats—have questions about Biden’s suitability to serve, Horsford said the discussion had become mired in “ageism,” which he thought was “interesting.” “What I find interesting is the issue is more around ageism, ableism, and not what this president, President Biden, has done,” said Horsford. “He was able to pull 50% of youngsters out of poverty despite his advanced age. He was able to achieve a bipartisan infrastructure law despite his advanced age. He passed the bipartisan Safer Communities Act at his advanced age in order to protect our town from gun violence. It’s his background and his manners; he genuinely cares about the people of the United States.” Horsford is the head of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), which had a virtual meeting with President Biden on Monday in an effort to reassure party members of his qualifications for the position. He allegedly pledged them mutual allegiance and praised them for their consistent support.


“I’ve got your back, and I will always have your back,” Biden assured the CBC callers.

During the CNN piece, Horsford reaffirmed his support for Biden.


“This president is obviously qualified to hold office. He has been defending the rights of Americans. I am aware that almost 14 million Americans, including those in my home state of Nevada, have already cast ballots in favor of him. Horsford stated, “We must respect and honor the choice of the people who chose him as our Democratic nominee. Even though the CBC seems to be supporting Biden, other Democratic members are urging him to withdraw from the ticket.


Reps. Mike Quigley (D-Illinois), Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas), Angie Craig (D-Minn.), Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.), Mikie Sherrill (D-N.J.), and Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) are among the Democratic lawmakers who have publicly called for Biden to resign as of Tuesday.