Biden’s Brain Meltdown Can No Longer Be Denied

The Biden campaign is frantically attempting to address serious issues with their nominee. Last week, we learned that the Biden campaign had altered his strolling schedule to conceal him from public view. His handlers are now accompanying him to and from Marine One rather than by himself in an effort to hide his “halting and rigid stride” and any possible mishaps. Nor was this the first intervention.
 

To lessen the possibility of any embarrassing mishaps, the White House covertly began utilizing shorter steps for Biden to embark on and exit Air Force One last year. Not only are the steps shorter, but Secret Service personnel have reportedly stationed themselves at the foot of the stairs as a precaution as recently as last week. In March, Biden wore “maximum stability” sneakers, designed to prevent him from falling, instead of formal shoes.

However, these measures alone are insufficient. His public appearances are a source of concern. Democrats had anticipated that Biden’s State of the Union address would serve as a campaign reset, but that did not transpire as planned. After a short-lived surge in the polls, Donald Trump seems to be losing momentum once more, according to surveys conducted in battleground states as well as nationally.

Thus, Biden’s advisors have devised a fresh plan to keep Biden safe. The idea is to make Joe Biden’s speeches shorter, according to an NBC News report.

According to Biden associates, President Joe Biden is increasing his efforts to win reelection while also reining in the number of statements he makes on the campaign trail. This is all part of a wider plan to sharpen his message before the general election. When it comes to the president’s public appearances, advisers stated that the less-is-more strategy prioritizes quality above quantity.”

TJ Ducklo, the Biden campaign senior advisor for communications, told NBC News that there was a strategic advantage in distilling the campaign’s message to the three or four most important and persuasive reasons for Biden’s reelection at this time in the race. Often, that means honing the speech to its most concise, impactful form. That’s what you’re witnessing.

However, not even NBC News agrees with Ducklo’s argument that more effective messages and “quality over quantity” are at play here.

“It also seems like a tactic to reduce the likelihood that Biden would make blunders in a very close race,” NBC News acknowledges. “Biden has made a few grammatical errors when he speaks too long, deviates from the prepared text, or responds to a reporter’s question when it was not part of the plan.”

Shorter, snappier comments from Biden are a part of his campaign’s larger plan to have him speak more frequently in intimate settings, which his advisors feel benefit him more than big, conventional voter rallies. Biden’s advisors have been pressuring him to take his public appearances even farther in an effort to refine them. They have suggested that the president use punchier, digital material where he addresses the camera directly instead of the president’s fully prepared campaign statements, which are less planned retail appearances.”

Of course, Biden is the problem. He frequently veers from his planned scripts, seemingly unaware of his cognitive impairment, believing he can manage spontaneous comments. However, their endeavors usually end in tragedy.

If the liberal media doesn’t believe this new strategy’s justification, the people will not believe it. Perhaps more importantly, though, is that it appears less and less possible that Biden’s campaign will consent to Biden challenging Trump if it is attempting to restrict Biden’s speaking time in order to reduce embarrassing slip-ups and errors.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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