Biden Suggests He’s Planning to Die During Presidency, Says People Should Vote for Someone Else

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 30, 2020

The more I think about it, the more I think that Joe Biden should be elected simply because he says the most funny things of any candidate, and I don’t want this ride to stop.

Donald Trump’s statements about how we’d be in “World War Six” if he’d listened to the advice of John Bolton were funny. But he’s got nothing on the latest statements of Joe Biden, who has recently suggested he will probably die in office if he’s elected and was filmed telling a supporter to vote for someone else.

Speaking of his requirements for a running mate before a crowd on Tuesday, Biden said: “one, is capable of being president, because I’m an old guy.”

“No, I’m serious. Look, thank God I’m in great health, I work out, no I’m serious, you know I work out every morning. I’m in good shape,” he added.

He is joking, I guess, but joking about how he’s so old that he’s likely to die in office is really bold. He is putting his desire to be funny and create ridiculous public scenes ahead of his desire to be elected.

I respect that.

Perhaps even funnier is another clip from Tuesday, wherein he gets in an argument with a supporter and tells him to go vote for someone else.

The man was questioning Biden about his global warming agenda when Biden got angry and said, “Go vote for someone else.”

“You’re not going to vote for me in the primary?” Biden then asked as he grabbed the man’s coat in a weird way.

“I’m going to vote for you in the general if you treat me right,” the man said.

“Well, I’m not,” Biden said.

These clips are fueling theories that Joe Biden is actually a shill for Donald Trump, sent in to demoralize Democrat voters.

I simply cannot understand how the Democrats were so disorganized that they decided to put an obviously senile old man out in the front of their party.

What’s more, Biden is clearly disintegrating in real time – every week his so-called “gaffes” are worse than they were the week before.

By the time we get to the general election, he’s going to be worse off than Robert Mueller, a man who couldn’t understand where he was or what he was doing when he appeared before Congress.

Imagine the debates!