In the 2020 presidential contest’s closing moments, things are going swimmingly for the Democratic ticket. So well, in fact, that former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) have brought in the scrubs to clean up: ex-President Barack Obama.
Some cynics might suggest that bringing Barry off the bench means the Democratic Party’s puppet masters are concerned the election might not be in the bag.
Truth be told, most polls have shown an erosion of Biden’s support, especially in the critical battleground states where Republican registration of new voters is running ahead of the Democrats’ efforts. The turnout both for President Trump’s rallies and for GOP early voting has exceeded expectations. Living under a lid in his basement, Biden’s energy on the campaign trail has lagged behind even that of another state-run, press-approved happy warrior—Konstantin Chernenko.
Moreover, Biden’s son, Hunter, has given “the big guy” the added problems of an abandoned laptop and a disgruntled former business partner. These matters could prove that the Biden family members, including “the big guy,” have peddled influence for a pretty penny to America’s enemies. Or so rumor has it, since the elitist leftist media refuses to mention the matter, calling it “Russian disinformation,” “hacking,” a “distraction” and, indeed, anything but what it is—authentic evidence of corruption. Still, if the rotten Biden family tree falls in the forest and the media covers it—with a blanket—will it make a sound? They are counting on a “no” answer to that question. But they’re also hedging their bets.
Hence, the nuanced political analysis for which these lefty worthies are renowned; and their gracious throwing of garbage time minutes to the lefty fans’ favorite aging small forward, Barry, so he could pad his stats in a mop up role.
This is especially kind of them, given Barry took his sweet time endorsing his old pal Joe as the Democrats’ new starting “big guy.” But Barry has always had a penchant for bringing folks together—folks such as James Comey, James Clapper, and John Brennan.
To date, Barry’s game has been a bit rusty, and his style of play seems off in a contest where Biden-Harris is employing a “four-corners” strategy to run out the clock. As is his wont, Barry has eschewed the nitty-gritty inside game. Instead, noting that the arc of history bends into a three-point line, Barry has contented himself with launching brickbats with a bullhorn to a captive audience of Biden-Harris voters staffing a socially distant booth. The assembled fawning press approvingly cooed through their masks, but the crowd grew indifferent; drifted; and dwindled. They remembered Barry in better days.
But what did his fanatics expect? Barry has been on the bench for a spell, biding his time making Netflix agit-prop, decorating his mansions, and trying to figure out how to fundamentally transform a systemically racist nation that twice elected him president and made him and his spouse multimillionaires. No justice, no peace, and all that.
Still, some less sophisticated observers of the contest cannot help but wonder how helpful for Biden-Harris is Barry, whose one-man game remains one of dribbling out strawmen, engaging in projection, and never dishing off for an assist. There may be no “I” in team, but there sure as hell is one in Obama. Perhaps this is why, while personally popular, Barry’s support of his fellow Democrats has often proved less than helpful. In fact, the one stat that stands out in Barry’s career is the number of Democrats he’s supported who have gone on to defeat.
But court awareness and self-awareness are not a strength of Barry’s game. How otherwise to explain the way Barry, as head of the most corrupt administration in American history—one that weaponized the police, surveillance, and taxing powers of the federal government against his enemies—can fire off this statement: “No one—especially the president—is above the law.”
Neither is an ex-president or his veep..
In legal circles, this is known as a declaration against interest. In political circles, this is a reminder for the 56 percent of Americans who believe they are better off now than they were four years ago—when Barry was president—to reelect President Trump.
So, ignore the hecklers, Barry. Keep padding that stat!