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January 1, Biden’s Fading Energy: A Nation’s Wake-Up Call for Stronger Leadership



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As President Joe Biden gears up for the arduous 2024 reelection campaign, whispers of doubt and concern about his age and “diminished” energy levels are growing louder.

It’s no secret that a significant portion of the American public – 67% according to recent polls – believes that Biden is too old to lead the nation effectively. Furthermore, 56% harbor concerns about his mental fitness.

White House officials seem to be echoing these sentiments, although they assert that the 80-year-old president remains mentally sharp.

These insiders worry that his age has left him without the energy required to endure the rigors of a presidential campaign, as reported by Axios. While they acknowledge Biden’s stamina, it often comes with a caveat – “for his age.”

The president’s schedule rarely includes public or private events outside the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. This has not gone unnoticed, and Axios states that arranging events outside these hours can be challenging.

To accommodate the president’s apparent limitations, his staff has attempted to schedule a small number of public events outside the 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. window.

These revelations come amidst a barrage of negative polling for President Biden. With nearly 75% of US adult residents viewing the country as “out of control” and a majority believing it’s on the wrong track, these statistics paint a bleak picture. Additionally, 70% of Americans feel financially stressed, and only 39% approve of Biden’s performance – a three-point drop since March.

As the 2024 reelection campaign approaches, the American public and White House officials alike will be keeping a watchful eye on the president’s age and energy levels. The question remains: can President Biden rise to the challenge, or will his limitations dictate the future of the nation? Only time will tell, but for now, the concerns are valid and deserve attention.

As the dust settles on yet another concerning report about President Joe Biden’s age and energy levels, it’s high time we, as a nation, engage in a serious conversation about the fitness of our leader.

In the good ol’ days, America was built on the backs of hardworking, resilient individuals who wouldn’t let age or fatigue hold them back. They knew that true success required grit, determination, and a tireless work ethic. Yet, here we are, faced with a president who seems to be struggling to keep up with the demands of his office.

Biden’s constrained schedule, which is primarily limited to the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., is a stark reminder of how the man’s age and energy have become increasingly relevant factors. A president’s role is to lead, not to be coddled and protected by his staff. The world doesn’t stop turning after 4:00 p.m., and neither should our commander-in-chief.

As a proud American I cannot help but feel concerned about these developments. As a nation, we must come together and demand more from our leadership. We deserve a president who can stand tall and face the challenges that come with running this great nation, regardless of the time of day.

I urge our fellow citizens to remember that the individual at the top should be the best person for the job. If the majority of Americans question President Biden’s mental fitness and capacity to lead, it is our duty to explore other options and seek leaders who can genuinely carry us forward.

Our great nation was built on principles of strength, integrity, and resilience. It’s time we honor those values and ensure our leadership embodies them. Our future depends on it.

sources: Axios, Breitbart



  1. William G Munson

    May 3, 2023 at 6:55 am

    Well I will put like this Joe Biden old Body is Controling his Mind and TRUMP Mind is Controling His Body Big Difference there

  2. Tom

    May 3, 2023 at 12:58 pm

    Maybe people are just jealous of his banker’s hours. Gotta admit, we would all love to only have to work a 10-4 schedule. Maybe I will run for president!

  3. Joe

    May 3, 2023 at 3:16 pm

    Anyone that can only work 6 hrs a day,is fricken lazy, or unfit,we know that answer to that.Hidenbiden is a veryarrogant,egotistical,narcistic,delusional,senile,old,puppet,fool, who has no businees leading this country,he has destroyed what we called america.He is an embarrassing,incompetent,failure and the laughing stock of america and the world.He will never be re=elected,his own party doesn’t want him to run,because he will be slaughtered by Trump or Disantis.

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