Sarah Sanders Explains There Is More Than One Reason For Dems To Hide Biden
The Biden campaign these days seems to be more about defending his cognitive ability than anything else. Biden seems to be laying low which is odd if he was a normal candidate. But since he is likely losing it, it's understandable that the Dems would want to keep him hidden, since he has no real chance against Trump. They don't want people to see how he actually is doing. But Sarah Sanders claims there is another reason to hide Biden. She claims that Dems don't want him to answer questions because he is so out of touch with Americans.
"The idea that Joe Biden or anybody around him, the reason that they don't want him to be on a debate stage is because they don't want him taking questions," Sanders said. "They know that he has been a part of the problem for the last 50 years and he can't defend his record."
"If this race becomes about Joe Biden he knows he loses. People around him know he loses. He is a failed career politician that has moved so far to the left that he is out of touch with America," Sanders added. "If he has to go up and take questions, it is going to be a disastrous moment for him and his campaign ... that's the reason they've kept him in the debate bunker and that's the reason they want to limit the debates to one or two and no more than that if they have them at all."
The Dems have been hiding Biden with good reason, and Sanders is right, Biden is out touch when it comes to Americans. But I think the bigger issue here is that Biden is clearly not up to the challenge of being president. His wife just announced that he will debating Trump, his Campaign manager claimed he is just being more active in local news, and his press secretary admits that other people are campaigning for him. It's an odd campaign where the presidential candidate seems to be dodging the spotlight. This is truly a desperate effort on the part of Dems, they need to fold if he is as bad off as he seems. He is running to lead our country and needs to be well enough to do so to compete. And it looks like he is not.