Biden Our Time

Memo to the producers of “An Evening for President Joe Biden with President Barack Obama,” to be held on Saturday, June 15, in Los Angeles. Cancel the show and issue a refund. Cancel this farce of a fundraiser, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, alongside Julia Roberts and George Clooney. Cancel this conversation between a man who acts like he does not know he is the president and a former president who does not know he is a bad actor.

If Democrats want to pay $250 a ticket to see Biden bomb onstage, if they want to see him perform speech karaoke with Obama, if they want to hear this duet between a fool and a fabulist, who are we to object?

If Biden wants to plagiarize before a live studio audience, or if Obama wants to speechify and network with studio executives afterward, who are we to stop him?

More to the point, why should we stop Biden and Obama from making fools of themselves?

Let them play president when Biden is out of office.

The more Biden confirms our worst fears—that he is unable to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States—the more likely our enemies, foreign and domestic, will do their best to harm us.

The more Biden confirms what we already know—that our enemies do not fear him—the more likely it is that our enemies will harm us.

The more Biden confirms what even his supporters know—that he is unable to faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States—the more unlikely his presidency becomes.

If no Democrat has the decency to tell Biden to step down, to leave the stage, and to return to his basement, the voters will.

We do not need another monologue from this monomaniac. We cannot afford to listen to more of the same, especially when we know the words are not his. We know what Biden fails to recognize: that words alone are meaningless.

Consider Biden’s story about confronting a gang leader, the infamous “Corn Pop,” during the summer of 1962.

Biden casts himself in the role of savior, as a swimming pool security guard who faces down Corn Pop and sends “the Romans” fleeing. The tale is, to borrow one of Biden’s favorite words, malarkey.

The image of Biden as the defender of the downtrodden, as the tribune of the poor and dispossessed, is laughable. The image of Biden as the quiet but steadfast hero of this story, as the taciturn guardian of Delaware’s youth, is insulting. The image is an insult to common sense, made worse by Biden’s pretense of outrage.

Then again, Biden says he is a scholar.

He says he went to law school on a full academic scholarship, except he did not. He says he graduated in the top half of his class, except he did not. He says so many things, except none of them are true.

Conversation is the last thing we need, particularly from the likes of Biden and Obama.

We need action. We need a president who will take action. We need a president who will do what he says.

The time of Biden and Obama is past.

To their actions, we assign what Biden’s purported scholarship lacks: footnotes. Biden and Obama are footnotes in a larger and more impressive story about renewal.

This story, with its climax on Tuesday, November 5, 2024, is ours to write.

We intend to write this story for what it is: nonfiction, not fake news. We shall write this story, and so give America a new birth of freedom.

We shall overcome.

Steve Gruber is the host of America’s Voice Live, which airs daily on Real America’s Voice TV

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Photo: Former US President Barack Obama (L) claps for US President Joe Biden during a campaign fundraising event at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on March 28, 2024. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP) (Photo by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

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