(Tea Party PAC) – Lots and lots of folks have been wondering for the last few years if current Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden might have a few screws loose, or perhaps some sort of medical condition that is attributing to the lack of mental sharpness we’ve seen on display time and time again.
While we don’t have official confirmation of this from any medical professionals, the evidence for the degradation of his mental acuity continues to accumulate. Take, for example, who he is considering for the position of attorney general should he defeat Trump in the election.
This guy actually thinks it would be a good idea to make Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo attorney general. You know, the same guy who made poor decisions during the thick of the coronavirus pandemic that made New York the epicenter of the virus and killed thousands of folks in nursing homes.
Cuomo chairs the National Governors Association, where aides have reportedly started looking at potential replacements for Cuomo if Biden is elected, Axios reported. Democratic donors said Biden and Como’s history of friendship would factor into his consideration for the appointment, the outlet noted.
However, Cuomo’s office said he has no interest in serving in a cabinet position, Axios reported.
“100% he’s made zero outreach, has had zero conversations about this and has made his desire to stay in New York clear as day and be governor as long as people want him,” Richard Azzopardi, Cuomo’s senior adviser said, according to Axios.
The attorney general would be responsible for leading investigations, potentially into allegations of misconduct involving President Donald Trump and managing the federal response to current social justice issues such as police violence and systemic racism, according to Axios.
Biden is expected to appoint a diverse cabinet if elected, Axios reported. Other potential attorney general nominees include former acting attorney general Sally Yates and Stacey Abrams, according to the outlet.
Biden first met Gov. Cuomo back in the 1980s. The pair worked together during the restoration efforts following the horrific events of Hurricane Sandy.
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) October 11, 2020
“When one of them needs something, it’s automatic,” a person familiar with their relationship said to Axios. “It’s not a calculation.”
What in the world would make Biden think for one second that Cuomo was a good fit for the office of attorney general? Just look at how bad this man handled the coronavirus pandemic. He continues to make bad decisions, choices that have left his state and particularly NYC, completely shattered.
Folks are getting the heck out of Dodge in record numbers, moving to places like Florida and other states where the economy is reopening and rebuilding. Cuomo still hasn’t gotten the hint on this yet. He’s trying too hard to be a good boy, obedient to his Democratic Party overlords so he can further his career.
It looks like things are paying off since he has Biden’s attention.
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