George Stephanopoulos Doesn’t Think Biden Can Serve Four More Years

Is Biden really serving now? Or is his administration really being run by others?

‘I Don’t Think He Can Serve Four More Years’: George Stephanopoulos Gives Blunt Assessment After Major Biden Interview

Biden Brain SuckerABC News’s George Stephanopoulos revealed Tuesday his thoughts on President Joe Biden’s reelection, admitting, “I don’t think he can serve four more years,” in video obtained by TMZ.

Biden sat down with Stephanopoulos for a pre-recorded interview which aired Friday evening in an attempt to assuage Democratic panic following his poor June 27 debate performance. When approached by a pedestrian Tuesday afternoon on 5th Avenue in New York City, Stephanopoulos shared concerns with Biden serving four more years in office, video obtained by TMZ appears to show. (WT note: video is at the links)

“Hey, how are you doing?” the pedestrian asked the “Good Morning America” co-host and “This Week” anchor, who was shown wearing dark clothing and headphones while looking at his cellphone on a walk.

“Good, how are you?” Stephanopoulos replied, appearing to pause to chat while no longer in the view of the camera.

“Do you think Biden should step down? You’ve talked to him more than anybody else has lately,” the pedestrian said.

“I don’t think he can serve four more years,” Stephanopoulos said.

As soon as the video got out Stephanopoulos stated that he shouldn’t have said that, and ABC News stated that it was his opinion, not the opinion of ABC News. Meaning they know it’s true.

In fairness, Strider used to work for team Biden as a video editor, and now works for far left PrioritiesUSA, but, this is what you get, though, Hunter and Jill are missing. But, we don’t elect a team: we elected the President, who then puts together a team. Biden doesn’t seem to be running anything.

And it’s not going so well for Biden

(Politico) President Joe Biden has a new problem: a competitive race in deep blue New York.

Elected officials, union leaders and political consultants are panicking over polls showing a steady erosion of Biden’s support in a state he won by 23 points four years ago. They’re so worried they’ve been trying to convince the Biden team to pour resources into New York to shore up his campaign and boost Democrats running in a half-dozen swing districts that could determine control of the House.

Biden aides have not focused on New York, committing no significant resources to a state where they expect the president to easily win all 28 electoral college votes in November.

But the warning signs are impossible to ignore and have been building over the past year. Two private polls conducted in a swing New York House district and reviewed by POLITICO — one in September and another in March — found former President Donald Trump leading Biden there by 1 point, a virtual tie. And public polls over the last four months found Biden’s lead had winnowed to just 8 points across New York — an unusually narrow gap in a state where Democrats outnumber Republicans 2 to 1.

I doubt Trump will win NY, but, if it’s competitive it could a lot of pressure on Biden and his campaigning, such as it is.

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18 Responses to “George Stephanopoulos Doesn’t Think Biden Can Serve Four More Years”

  1. Dana says:

    Our esteemed host wrote:

    As soon as the video got out Stephanopoulos stated that he shouldn’t have said that, and ABC News stated that it was his opinion, not the opinion of ABC News.

    Translation: Mr Stephanopoulos said the quiet part out loud. ABC News is entirely in the tank for the Democrats, and they know that, if Sundowner Joe is re-elected, he’ll do his best to serve until January 21st, and soon thereafter resign and turn things over to kamala Emhoff. They know that a vote for Mr Biden is really a vote for Mrs Emhoff, but the Dems don’t want to say that out loud, either, because they believe that Donald Trump would soundly defeat Willie Brown’s former mistress.

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Mr Dana fantasizes: they believe that Donald Trump would soundly defeat Willie Brown’s former mistress

      Perhaps. Then again Vice-President Harris has a good chance to beat Stormy Daniel’s thrice married orange-hued man-whore!

      Vice-President Harris has been a prosecutor, San Francisco DA, the CA attorney general, a US Senator and now the United States Vice-President.

      She’s much more experienced and level-headed than Vance, Little Marco or Doug Burgum. JD is a born-again MAGAt, but with a beard that Trump hates. Vance hated Trump before he fell in love with him. Burgum is a Who Dat?? but Trump reportedly likes his wife. Big Don has used Little Marco for a whipping boy for a decade so he’s the obvious choice for Ass-Kisser in waiting.

      • Brother John says:

        Willie Brown’s former cock-holster would still be a Who Dat. She’s a fucking post turtle.

  2. drowningpuppies says:

    Biden Campaign Collapse Tracker: When You’ve Lost Stephanopoulos…

    Bwaha! Lolgf

  3. Professor Hale says:

    Zero honesty from anyone in Democratic party. Once again, a carefully crafted message from a carefully chosen message delivery boy. Stephanopoulos was told to carry the message that Joe should be replaced on the ticket, but he is just fine to continue being president for now. Democrats/legacy media cannot admit that they were lying all along and covering for a demented Biden since 2019. Even the “I shouldn’t have said that” was carefully scripted to convey candor from a man who has never publicly exhibited candor before. Stephanopoulos is a former Clinton press secretary and long time Democratic party activist in the legacy media. He NEVER goes off script. He knows when the cameras are rolling. He knows when the microphones are on.

  4. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Any other Republican candidate would have been in tall cotton come election day, but the odious Trump has made a race of it!

    Trump was a horribly ineffective chief executive in Washington just as he has been in NY and FL. He bankrupted some 6 corporations, cutting huge checks for his “management fees”.

    President Biden is a capable executive who surrounds himself with capable associates, not yes-men, lackeys, sycophants and fools as Trump does. Biden could die in the first month in office and the nation would do fine.

    Who will Old Don aka Felonious-T choose for VP? It will be whoever kisses his ass the longest and deepest.

    Anyway, if the voters choose Felonious-T, so be it, we’ll probably survive as part of the Russia-China-North Korea axis.

    We get what we vote for.

    In 1787, Elizabeth Willing Powel asked of Ben Franklin: “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?”

    Franklin: “A republic, if you can keep it.”

    We’ll see.

    • James Lewis says:

      Chicken Little Karen Man

      Trump was a horribly ineffective chief executive in Washington just as he has been in NY and FL. He bankrupted some 6 corporations, cutting huge checks for his “management fees”.

      All I know is….. $2.00 gas…. cheap groceries….no foreign wars……tax cuts…low inflation…

      Biden has given us… $5.00 gas… sky high groceries…foreign wars…high inflation… sky high interest rates..

      Trump and his faults sound very very good to me…..

    • Brother John says:

      Biden could die in the first month in office and the nation would do fine.

      You realize what a ringing endorsement that is — that we have no idea who the hell is actually in charge?

      For your statement to be true in the way you obviously (and dishonestly) intend, we’d have to be a republic of free citizens again responsible for ourselves.

      As usual, you’re just full of shit.

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      From what I’ve seen Elwood, you don’t like republics especially our Republic. You seem to go for democracies as long as you’re in the majority. And if you’re not in the majority you’ll cheat until you are in the majority.

      The reason you have a problem with republics is because it’s not majority rule it’s supposed to be ruled by laws. Of course you Walter change obfuscate and cheat those laws whenever you can all the nonsense going on since January 6th can be proof of that.

      But even more insidious is the way you were all for democracy and you hated Roe v. Wade. Then the Supreme Court nullified Roe V Wade and you’ve done nothing but bitch and complain since. It seems that damn Republic thing has gotten under your skin again. It’s not good enough for the entire nation to have the ability to make abortion legal which it has in every single state to 1° or another. They must make it legal the way you want it. It’s not good enough that Georgia legalizes abortion in their way maybe 13 weeks and then Pennsylvania does 17 weeks you don’t like that too much democracy too much voting too much “choice”.

      And you always immediately go to some 10 year old girl then has to drive 3000 miles to get an abortion because her state doesn’t offer one. First of all that doesn’t happen and if it does it shouldn’t happen and it should be addressed by law. I don’t know of any state that says you can’t get an abortion if you’re gonna die by not getting it. Maybe it’s a secret law only for leftists I don’t know. I do know that going directly to the most extreme case possible is what you always do you think that the most extreme case demonstrates the fault of the law itself. It does not. It demonstrates your willingness to obfuscate in order to force people to obey your rules.

      I’m pro-life not pro death like you but even in that if your state wants to have abortion all the way up until birth that’s your states problem not mine. If that’s what they vote for that’s what they got. If people feel that they’re living in an immoral state and don’t like it they can move. And if people don’t like having abortions only up until the 13th week they can move out of that state too. It’s called freedom, federalism, and the right to choose. Killing your baby is not the right to choose it’s the right to abuse another living human. But you have to live and die with that choice not I. Frankly I think people will put their children are barbaric, immoral and narcissistic to appoint a personal destruction.

  5. ckc2000 says:

    You really are stupid, your mom must be so proud.

  6. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Abortion Boy,

    We get it. You had irresponsible sex with two different girls, impregnating both and then feel bad that they obtained abortions. You rightly feel ashamed for what you did. You were young and young men make irresponsible decisions. Yes, it was your fault but you must forgive yourself.

    But you should not project your personal guilt and shame on to others. You need to take responsibility and then forgive yourself for your own bad, irresponsible actions that resulted in two aborted fetuses. You no doubt remember from “A Separate Peace” when Gene impulsively, out of envy, makes his friend Finny fall from a tree and shatter his leg. Finny subsequently died during reconstructive surgery. Gene had to eventually forgive himself before he could ever move on with his own life.

    We do not have to agree on the laws governing abortion. Like most Americans I was satisfied with the ruling of Roe v Wade. States could NOT restrict abortion in the first trimester, could have some restrictions in the second trimester and could ban abortions in the third trimester (with exceptions for the well-being of the woman or a fetus with a fatal defect). That worked for almost 50 years, until the Supreme Court decided that each state should determine what inherent personal rights women possessed. As expected, red right-wing states banned almost all abortions.

    How is the “right” to an abortion based on the 9th Amendment different from other unenumerated rights, for example, the inherent personal rights for Negroes? The 15th Amendment addressed the right to vote. the 1954 Brown v Board of Education decision addressed school access (public school support could not discriminate by race). Congress passed laws in 1964 and 1965 further addressing voting rights and civil rights.

    Could the Supreme Court overturn Brown v Board? Of course they could. In 2020 in Espinoza v. MT Dept Revenue the Court ruled that state funding could not discriminate against private religious schools, even private schools that discriminated on the basis of race.

    • Brother John says:

      Supreme Court decided that each state should determine what inherent personal rights women possessed.

      Didn’t happen, asshole.

  7. drowningpuppies says:

    Everyone in that picture Strider posted (the team) will be gone come Feb. 2025 and none will be missed. Hopefully the damage they caused can be fixed quickly.

    Bwaha! Lolgf

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