Age discrimination was a no-no during the 2020 presidential election, but times have quickly changed. Almost two years later, the Left decided that not only is Illegitimate President Biden too old, but the gerontocracy also threatens democracy in the United States. According to Business Insider, “America’s leaders are old and getting older,” and the outlet even called into question “the costs, benefits, and dangers of aging leaders running the United States.”
America’s leaders are old and getting older.
Insider’s “Red, White, and Gray” investigation explores the costs, benefits, and dangers of aging leaders running the US, and the true problem of a gerontocracy. 👇https://t.co/KbU197HNZn pic.twitter.com/KlJbwmp5QT
— Insider (@thisisinsider) September 13, 2022
BlazeTV host Stu Burguiere addressed the sudden change in attitude toward the aging population, specifically President Joe Biden.
Now that the media agrees that Biden is too old, and the Biden administration decided that age 66 is too old to obtain a commercial pilot’s license, Stu Burguiere, host of “Stu Does America” on BlazeTV wonders if it is Biden’s age that makes him a terrible president or if it is Biden himself who makes him a national embarrassment?
In this clip, Stu compares former President Ronald Reagan and former Vice President Brain-Dead Biden to see if age or mental acuity makes for the most appropriate measure.
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