Democrat caught on camera making very surprising claims about President Biden

Usually Democrats will play cover for each other. But every once in a while that changes.

Because a major Democrat was just caught on camera making eyebrow-raising comments about Joe Biden.

What’s the number one issue that comes up in conversation with the Joe Biden candidacy for president as he seeks a second term in the White House this November? Everyone knows it, no matter where you are on the political spectrum.

It’s the fact that his mental health and capacity is clearly on the back nine of life. With the same analogy, it would probably be more accurate to say he’s on his last hole and he’s struggling to even get in the green.

It can’t be an age issue because Donald Trump is just about as old as Joe Biden was when Mr. Biden first started his Presidency back in January of 2021, and we all know that Trump is obviously in better mental shape than President Biden has been during his entire tenure in the White House.

The warring factions of the Democrat Party are extremely split on this issue as some establishment old guard Democrats, like Nancy Pelosi, are insistent that Joe Biden is totally fine and that he’s most definitely up to the task of running the nation for another four years starting January 2025.

Younger and so-called “progressive” Democrats have been breaking ranks and speaking out about the fact that President Biden could very well lose the election to Donald Trump just on the basis that he appears to be in much worse shape than Trump and that Americans are going to have that in mind when they go to the ballot box in 2024.

Even Barack Obama himself has said he’s worried Trump will have the upper-hand against good ol’ Joe this time around. If Barack Obama is admitting that, you know the Democrats are seriously panicking.

An election season is usually when candidates shut up and put up with their Party leaders, which is what makes this one major Democrat’s surprise statements caught on camera so shocking.

U.S. House of Representatives Democrat David Trone from the state of Maryland is running for the U.S. Senate seat that is being left vacant by retiring Senator Ben Cardin, and he was recently caught on camera admitting that Joe Biden is a major problem for Democrats all over the country.

He was caught saying that he wishes Joe Biden was “10 years younger” and even asked a question implying that he knows everyone wishes Joe Biden was younger and more mentally stable.

Furthermore, Trone admitted that Joe Biden talks much slower than he used to and moves like he’s much older. Surprisingly, Trone even seemed to imply that he knows that Joe Biden isn’t even really running the country because he has other people doing all the important work for him.

“I wish he was 10 years younger. OK, I got it,” Trone said at the beginning of the video. “Who here doesn’t? I know I do. I really do. But you know, what it is, it is. We do the best we can.”

“Joe Biden, he’s working and firing on all cylinders. Does he talk slower? Yes. Does he move like he’s older? Yes,” Trone went on to say.

“But I’m a CEO all my life. People who run the thing are the smart people you hire, the people around you. And getting great people in all those jobs, as many as you can… that’s how the government works, is through others.”

That’s a little bit concerning, is it not?

Again, no one is making fun of Joe Biden for his age. There’s plenty of people in their eighties who are totally self-sufficient and are as sharp as they ever were. It does happen.

But to suggest this is the case for Joe Biden is to ignore all the evidence to the contrary. We’ve all seen the countless gaffes and disconcerting videos of Joe Biden when he’s in front of a camera without very precise instructions and for more than a couple minutes.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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