What Do You Do with a Problem Like Joe?

2020 September 1
by bc3b

As much as the media tries to cover for Joe Biden, it’s becoming embarrassingly evident that he is slipping fast. He has problems with softball interviews and 20-minute speaking engagements. COVID-19 has been a blessing to Joe and the Democrats as it has provided cover for not making public appearances. Monday in Pittsburgh was an excellent example of what happens when Joe is let loose.


As soon as Biden muddled through his press briefing, he hurried away from the podium so he wouldn’t have to answer questions from a friendly media.

The media has been covering for Biden. CNN’s Brian Stelter attacked the “right wing media” for questioning Biden’s mental fitness and said Biden’s ability to ride a bicycle proves he is mentally fit.

Traditionally presidential campaigns go into full swing on Labor Day weekend. So, what do you do?

  1. Avoid debates. The Democrats and their media buddies have been working on this, trying to convince the American public that Trump has already told 320-million lies.
  2. Keep Joe under wraps, hidden away in his basement bunker, claiming it’s  for the good of the American public. Accept only interviews with friendly “journos,” getting the questions in advance. Kamela and Dr. Jill “pinch hit” wherever possible.
  3. Let Joe make public appearances, Dismiss the screw ups as “Joe being Joe.” Again, accept only interviews with friendly “journos,” getting the questions in advance.
  4. Admit Joe ain’t gonna work. Joe comes down with a bad case of COVID-19 or other disease and reluctantly steps aside. While Thomas Eagleton was replaced as George McGovern’s running mate, there has never been the presidential candidate of a major US party step down, so there is no precedent. Given the Democrats’ current placating of blacks’ demands, Kamala Harris would likely move up and a nondescript male honky would be named to the VP slot.

If Biden does win, it’s doubtful he would last more than two years. Biden could say he was President. Dr. Jill achieves her goal of becoming First Lady. The far-left is in complete control and Kamala runs as “incumbent” in 2024.

Your thoughts?

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  1. 2020 September 1 5:50 pm
    The Ghost of Reason permalink

    Bernie bros won’t go for heels up. Worst case scenario for them which is why they’ll continue to drag pedo joe across the finish line.

  2. 2020 September 1 6:13 pm
    Eph permalink

    What Ghost said. Exactly right

    The Dims would rather have Trump than Bernie.

  3. 2020 September 1 6:14 pm
    Eph permalink

    Plus when Bin Biden loses, they start anew 2024

    Without 82/83 year old Bernie

  4. 2020 September 1 6:21 pm
    mpt permalink

    Given the Democrats’ current placating of blacks’ demands, Kamala Harris would likely move up and a nondescript male honky would be named to the VP slot.

    This would torch the Democrats as it would alienate the left-of-leftist wing of the party who would insist on Bernie getting the nod as he had 1/3 of the delegates. Kamala had zero and the Democrats need those votes. Their only choice is to stay with Joe and somehow drag is rapidly fading body over the finish line. Once he’s President, Kamala and the Clinton-wing of the party is just a breath away from the Presidency. Ol’ Joe won’t last 30 days under those circumstances.

  5. 2020 September 1 6:22 pm
    mpt permalink

    I guess I should read the other comments first. 🙂

  6. 2020 September 1 6:50 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Eph #3 –

    The Squad are in their 30s and make Bernie look sane (by comparison).

  7. 2020 September 1 7:27 pm

    Major wag the joe feel to the entire campaign.

  8. 2020 September 1 7:29 pm

    2 – Has been working thus far…

    Prepare for chaos.


    I mean they’re flat telegraphing they’re gonna steal it with manufactured votes post election day. It’s such transparent priming.

  9. 2020 September 1 9:08 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    “If a voter’s mail-in ballot arrives after Election Day in the following states, it will not be accepted by officials: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.”

    Rules for the remaining states:

    “Alaska: Ten days after the election if postmarked on or before Election Day.

    California: Seventeen days after the election if postmarked on or before Election Day.

    District of Columbia: Seven days after the election if postmarked on or before Election Day.

    Florida: If a mail ballot is not accepted, the elections office is required to notify the voter and provide them with an opportunity to fix the issue. A vote-by-mail cure affidavit must be submitted by 5 p.m. two days after the election.

    Illinois: Fourteen days after election if postmarked on or before Election Day

    Iowa: No later than noon on the Monday following the election and must be postmarked by the day before Election Day.

    Kansas: Three days after the election if postmarked before the close of polls on Election Day.

    Maryland: Ten days after the election if postmarked on or before Election Day.

    New Jersey: Forty-eight hours after polls close if postmarked on or before Election Day.

    New York: Seven days after the election for mailed ballots postmarked the day before Election Day.

    North Dakota: Must be postmarked by November 2.

    North Carolina: Three days after the election if postmarked on or before Election Day.

    Ohio: Ten days after the election if postmarked by the day before Election Day.

    Texas: The day after the election by 5 p.m. if postmarked on or before Election Day.

    Utah: Seven to 14 days after the election if postmarked the day before the election.

    Washington: No deadline, but must be postmarked on or before Election Day.

    West Virginia: Five days after election if postmarked on or before Election Day.”


  10. 2020 September 1 9:44 pm

    mutley 9~~Don’t the states have to approve of mail in voting before they even consider it ?? I thought only a handful of states have actually authorized it??? We are talking mail in, not absentee ballots.I can’t believe solid red states would approve such a thing.

  11. 2020 September 1 9:45 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    How do you solve a problem like Maria?

    I listened carefully … did not find any advice that applies to Joe.

  12. 2020 September 1 10:03 pm

    What is to prevent the fraudsters from mailing a slug of empty ballots that will then have the proper postmarks to various precincts, have their co-conspirators intercept them , then filling in the biden name as needed ,ready for election night??

  13. 2020 September 1 10:19 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Everyone who has the time should consider volunteering to be a Poll Worker or observer.
    Find the Registrar of Voters for your county. Apparently they are more desperate than usual, since the usual elderly/retired poll workers are hanging back in fear of Covid.
    You can also check out the Election Integrity Project website and/or True The Vote to see what they recommend.

    Hello James,
    I have received your Election Officer Application online.
    Please reply to this email if you are still available to help on the November 2020 Presidential Election, I will contact you ASAP for your assignment.

    Hours and stipend (tax free):
    $115 – Nov 3rd, 2020 – Election day 7am to 9pm
    $90 – Oct. 30th to Nov. 2nd, 2020 – Early Election days – 8am to 5pm
    $20 – 3hr. training
    $10 – Extra per day for Bilingual

    Even if you don’t have time for that level of participation, definitely stay alert, for example, if an invalid ballot comes to your mailbox don’t pitch it in the garbage. Take a photo and contact EIP and/or TrueTheVote along with the county Registrar.
    This can help document the level of fraud.

  14. 2020 September 1 11:06 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Primary election in MA today.
    One big race: incumbent US Senator Markey against challenger Joe Kennedy III

    Seen on Twitter:
    Dave Wasserman@Redistrict
    I’ve seen enough: Sen. Ed Markey (D) has defeated Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D) in the #MASEN Democratic primary.

    Dan McLaughlin@baseballcrank
    Seems kinda cold to abandon Kennedy when there’s still a pocket of air left. 

  15. 2020 September 2 12:57 am
    mpt permalink

    #12 – There are so many ways to cheat. The easiest is for co-conspirators in the post office to simply backdate as many ballots as needed to win any particular precinct. It sounds as if they will typically have seven days or so to pull off their shenanigans after the actual election.

  16. 2020 September 2 4:50 am

    9 – “it will not be accepted by officials”…thats before the courts get involved. I’m expecting totally engineered chaos.

    10 – “We are talking mail in, not absentee ballots.” when it comes to shenanigans after election day it doesn’t matter, especially if you’ve got a couple right people in the right place.
    15 – Yup there are many avenues of attack when it comes to mail-in\absentee ballots both pre and post election.


  17. 2020 September 2 7:47 am
    bc3b permalink

    MPT #15 –

    Perhaps the easiest way to cheat is for the post office not to deliver or return ballots an Republican areas.

  18. 2020 September 2 7:49 am
    drdog09 permalink


    That is what I was able to dig up about the mail in situation. What was posted #9 does not even consider the absentee/military votes.

  19. 2020 September 2 8:01 am
    drdog09 permalink

  20. 2020 September 2 8:12 am
    bc3b permalink

  21. 2020 September 2 9:30 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Of course, Joe could show the “propaganda” is wrong by conducting a few hard-hitting, wide-ranging, long one-on-one interviews.
    He _could_ do that. Instead of hiding in his basement.

  22. 2020 September 2 10:07 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    LAUSD enrollment for kindergarten is down 14%. Please note the district is NOT telling us about the rest of the grades. Word, their definition of “attendance” is a farce:

    “Los Angeles Unified’s online attendance policy — which permits teachers to count students as “present” even if they do nothing other than briefly log on to a school account”

    LAUSD has collapsed—they are refusing to tell the public.


  23. 2020 September 2 10:52 am
    drdog09 permalink

    “LAUSD has collapsed—they are refusing to tell the public.”

    Of course there is all those Union votes and public money at stake.

  24. 2020 September 2 5:48 pm

    20 – He was not censored, see the primary comment on that thread, There were auto-conversation problems with those episodes and a couple dozen other non-controversial ones as well, apparently there will be a wave-two in week or so that will include those on the platform. Source: Alex Jone’s own conversation with Joe about it. Bottom line Click Bait from ZH as most of the articles are these days there and everywhere else.

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