Dems finally admitting Biden’s age is a critical concern: Report

Politics aside, anyone with eyes can see that President Joe Biden, 79, is rapidly showing his age. From his gaffes to his altered gait, the president is not the same man as he was only a few years ago, and Democrats are apparently finally coming around to admitting it.

In a bombshell, brutal report from The New York Times, Democrats and the Democratic Party are realizing that Biden’s age is proving to be more challenging than originally anticipated. 

A number of inside sources reportedly told the same predictable, sad story — that Biden, as an aging individual, is moving around the White House grounds more like a nursing home resident shuffles down the hallway on the way to the afternoon bingo game.

“He often shuffles when he walks, and aides worry he will trip on a wire. He stumbles over words during public events, and they hold their breath to see if he makes it to the end without a gaffe,” Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker wrote, adding that some aides “quietly watch out for him.”

“But the reality is that managing the schedule of the oldest president in American history presents distinct challenges,” Baker added.

He continued: “And as Mr. Biden insists he plans to run for a second term, his age has increasingly become an uncomfortable issue for him, his team and his party.”

The report, especially considering its source, is a problem for the White House, especially as it’s already preparing to take historic losses in the upcoming November midterms.

Many believe that with the Biden-friendly liberal media turning on him, the Democratic Party is calling the shots and looking for a way to replace him on the ballot, eventually.