Kamala is the last thing America needs right now.
Nikki Haley, a Republican presidential candidate, cautioned her fellow GOP contenders about the potential challenge they face not only against President Biden but also Vice President Harris for the presidency. During an appearance on “Fox & Friends” on Monday, Haley reiterated her previous calls for mental competency testing for senior politicians and expressed her belief that if Biden were to secure victory in 2024, Harris would effectively be running the White House.
Haley is reminding voters that if they vote for President Biden, they shouldn’t be surprised if they later find out that they inadvertently voted for President Kamala Harris instead.
In transcript provided by Fox, Haley explained: “I think everybody is trying to cover up for [Biden] because they think he’s the only one that can beat Trump. That’s ridiculous. I am telling you, we’ve got to get past having all of these people that are older in D.C. We’ve done that long enough. We need term limits. We need mental competency tests for people over the age of 75. I don’t care if we do it for people over the age of 50, but these are people that need to be at the top of their game. They’re making decisions on our national security. They’re making decisions on our children’s economic future. We can’t continue down this path. And let’s be very clear if they think it’s going to be President Biden, a vote for President Biden, it’s actually a vote for president Harris. We are running against Kamala Harris. Make no bones about it. The New York Times knows it. Every liberal knows it. They know that it’s Kamala Harris that’s going to end up being president of the United States if Joe Biden wins this election.”
Republican strategists are becoming more anxious about Biden’s capacity to fulfill his responsibilities for the nation following his recent stumble at an Air Force event. This incident occurred less than a year after he urged voters to “watch me” if they doubted his capability to serve another term in office.
Numerous Republicans have raised doubts about whether Biden, at 80 years old, possesses the physical and mental capacity to meet the rigorous demands of the presidency for an additional four years. However, it is worth noting that many of these concerns were voiced prior to his stumble at the U.S. Air Force Academy commencement ceremony in Colorado last Thursday.