During an article I published on July 14th, 2020 titled “43’ers for Uncle Joe and Some Reasons You Shouldn’t Be,” in the first section titled “My Interactions with VP Biden,” I briefly mentioned a few points to show that I’ve had firsthand interactions with the former Vice President.
I mentioned the fact that during my 20 year and 29 days career in the United States Army, I was fortunate to serve at the White House Communications Agency (WHCA) for 6 ½ years, I also mentioned that one of the positions I held was that of Vice-Presidential Communications Response Officer (VPCRO), of which, I gave a brief description of. I then mentioned that “Vice President Biden was always cordial, professional, and plain nice to me during this time.” I also touched on the first extended conversation I had with him, which took place “aboard Air Force 2 as we were refueling in Costa Rica enroot to Chile.”
I did mention that in the capacity as VPCRO, that “I was regularly within a few feet of the Vice President” and that “I never witnessed him slight anyone or say anything rude or out of line.” In the final sentence in this section, I mentioned, “that’s not to say that I didn’t witness other things, some most people are aware of, while other things aren’t, but I digress.” On this point, I didn’t elaborate further and will not here as I take official non-disclosure agreements seriously but will look to see what I can mention soon.
Imminently Short Presidency
To be clear, Joe Biden didn’t win the election, but that’s not the point, apparently, stealing elections also gets one sworn in on Inauguration Day just the same. However, Biden as President is the least of our worries, it’s all the other Leftist behind him that we should be wary of. It’s highly likely that Joe Biden will resign citing health concerns, such as dementia or any number of age-related issues. As I said months ago, if Joe Biden by some chance is elected President, he’ll resign the Presidency citing health issues within 6 months to a year of taking office, and it seems that most are of the same mindset.
In fact, with all the issues with his son Hunter and his families (uhum clears throat) alleged foreign business deals, notably with China, Ukraine, and Russia this at some point could be used to push him from office even quicker.
It’s possible, in the days following Inauguration Day, that we may witness the Mainstream Liberal Media slowly, but strategically come out against Joe Biden and stop covering for him and his crooked son Hunter. Once all the facts are more widely known and once Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th President, the media will try to save face and act as if they’re fair and will have no problem going after (in a polite way) an aging Biden, after all, Kamala and the far left is more their speed anyway.
Mr. “Middle of the Road” Joe Biden was the less objectionable of all the Democrats who ran in 2020, leaving me to believe that perhaps not all Democrats are as out there as the most vocal ones. That aside, Joe in his diminished mental capacity and the fact he’s not a strong ideologue but one that will follow the crowd, made him a means to an end. In other words, he (Biden) was eventually backed to sway the middle of the road voters, the “Never Trumpers,” the low information voters, and the few Republicans who felt scorned when one of their 2016 Republican Presidential candidates were insulted by Trump and this was their payback.
We’re already seeing in various leftwing circles, such as the “squad,” the “Black Lives Matter” aka “BLM” movement and others, those who are disappointed with Joe Biden and other old-hand establishment types such as “Fancy Nancy” Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, and others. As Biden takes office, and if the scandal with Hunter and others takes shape, we’re likely to see the old guard force Biden out as a sacrificial lamb, all to preserve the established order.
Thus far they’ve all helped hide Hunter’s crimes and the wider corruption of the Biden family, but soon, they’ll all have to finally acknowledge everything as it will help their cause on multiple fronts. Once everything is widely exposed or as the saying goes, “once the Genie is out of the bottle,” there will be a growing call for Biden to resign as they threaten impeachment, unless he agrees to move along on his own. My bet is the calls for him to resign will be quiet and done behind the scenes.
However, if the calls to impeach him comes to fruition, it will bring Democrats out publicly to call for his resignation. This will be nothing more than a virtue signal as the Democrats and their Media cronies all called out Republicans for not calling for President Trump’s resignation as he was being erroneously impeached. This will also give them another reason to attack Republicans, after all, Democrats never pass up an opportunity to attack Republicans.
Another way that Joe Biden will be threatened with removal from office will be Vice President Harris and the Cabinet threatening to use the 25th Amendment to remove him. This could be used to remove him due to the scandal or Biden’s diminished mental capacity. Of course, this process can be fought by a President and isn’t something that’s immediate but is a lever that Biden’s “faithful” and “loyal” Cabinet will have in their pocket.
If/when Biden decides to resign, he’ll become the 2nd President in history to resign the Presidency, the first was Richard Nixon following the Watergate scandal, but that’s enough trivia for now.
The thought of Kamala Harris becoming President is repulsive, and a downright dangerous notion that must be avoided at all cost. It’s not enough to state the obvious that a Harris Vice Presidency and subsequent Presidency will be illegitimate, it’s something we must stand strong against at all cost.
Regardless of how Joe Biden leaves the Presidency, whether he resigns, is impeached, ousted under the 25th Amendment where he doesn’t contest it, or some other scenario, one thing is a near certainty and that is, he’ll not complete a full 4-year term in office. If this comes to pass, Kamala Harris will become the 16th Vice President to become President. If/when this happens, the next big question will be, who will she pick to be Vice President?
At present, the Vice Presidency has been vacant due to a resignation or death of a President for a total of 37 years and 290 days. I imagine a vacancy under President Harris will be measured in days, not months or years. At this point it will be a matter of who she appoints to fill the vacancy, one can imagine it will not be an individual who’s honest or takes their oath of office seriously. You can bet, it will be someone who looks at the Constitution as just a piece of paper that needs to be thrown out.
The following information has been updated from a previous article, but I felt compelled to mention it here as well.
15 Vice Presidents have ascended to the Presidency, 8 upon the death of a President, 6 upon being elected and 1 upon the resignation of a President.
Four Vice Presidents ascended to the Presidency upon the death of the President due to natural causes.
- John Tyler: Succeeded William Henry Harrison in 1841
- Millard Fillmore: Succeeded Zachary Taylor in 1850
- Calvin Coolidge: Succeeded Warren G. Harding in 1923
- Harry S. Truman: Succeeded Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1945
Four Vice Presidents ascended to the Presidency upon the death of the President due to assassination.
- Andrew Johnson: Succeeded Abraham Lincoln in 1865
- Chester A. Arthur: Succeeded James A. Garfield in 1881
- Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt: Succeeded William McKinley in 1901
- Lyndon Johnson (LBJ): Succeeded John F. Kennedy (JFK) in 1963
Four incumbent Vice Presidents won election to the Presidency.
- John Adams: Succeeded George Washington in 1797
- Thomas Jefferson: Succeeded Adams in 1801
- Martin Van Buren: Succeeded Andrew Jackson in 1837
- George H.W. Bush: Succeeded Ronald Reagan in 1989
Two former Vice Presidents won an election to the Presidency.
- Richard Nixon: Lost as an incumbent Vice President in 1960, won in 1968
- Joe Biden: Won in 2020
One Vice President ascended to the Presidency upon the resignation of the President.
- Gerald Ford: Succeeded Richard Nixon in 1974
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