Liberals should be proud of pulling off Joe Bidens’ presidential inauguration without a hitch. It only required the use of thousands of armed troops, steel barricades, aerial surveillance, and an atrocious number of secret service agents and Capitol police to do it, but they sure ’nuff got ‘er done.
In maintaining proper protocol the expected entourage was in attendance. Congress and the Supreme Court had their seats, as did former presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama, all of them with their wives in tow.
Former-VP Mike Pence regretfully took a chair in place of Donald Trump who preferred not to witness the beginning of his country going down the Democratic tubes of despair and ruin. The man just wanted out of there. Post-haste.
While all may have appeared to be in order, we are now forced to face the reality of why the Obama’s were showing their toothy grins throughout the entire ceremony. Biden may have been doing the talking, but it was Obama, via sleight of hand with a dash of hocus-pocus, who was accepting the presidency.
Say what you will about Obama, but he just skillfully destroyed the Constitution by accepting, by-proxy, a behind-the-curtains third term. He’ll be a shadow on the Oval Office wall. You’ll hardly even know he’s there.
We know what you might be thinking, but rest assured, none of this is hearsay or opinion. Obama openly admitted it in a video. He said it’s long been his desire to be the head honcho again, but this go-’round he would rather use a “frontman.” What he meant was, it was the only way possible to accomplish it.
And who better to help Obama achieve his quest than Grandpa Joe who’s moving kinda slow at the White House? It happened on “The Late Show” when Stephen Colbert strangely asked Obama, “Did you miss you? Did you ever look at something going on in the news and go, ‘You know what this situation needs? Barack Obama.'”
Notice how Colbert did not say “do you miss,” but rather, he phrased the question in the past tense by asking “did you miss.” It’s almost as if the late-night show host and fierce Trump critic might already be privy to knowing about the third term.
Obama answered the question in his typical devil-may-care way by replying, “I’ve said this before, people would ask me, ‘Knowing what you know now, do you wish you had a third term?'”
“And I used to say, ‘You know what, if I could make an arrangement where I had a stand-in, a frontman or a frontwoman and they had an earpiece in and I was just in my basement with my sweats looking through the stuff, and I could sort of deliver the lines, but somebody else was doing all the talking and ceremony, I would be fine with that.'”
Immediately upon hearing Obama’s words, LawyersForLaws tweeted, “OMG . . Sometimes I wonder if I have a 6th Sense *I posted earlier- That Joe Biden is a Shell for Obama’s 3rd Term due to all the Obama retreads Joe it putting into his cabinet.”
When Lester Holt of NBC approached Joe Biden concerning Obama’s remarks, Joey boy shrugged it off by saying, “This is not a third Obama term. We face a totally different world than we faced in the Obama-Biden administration.” Biden may have said this, but it might only be because he’s already too far gone to realize what just happened.
This is not a simple case of “believe what you want to believe.” Whose words would you rather buy stock in? Those of a rapidly deteriorating dementia-stricken relic, or those of a sly suave younger guy still in full control of his own faculties, however demented they may be? It’s a rhetorical question.
There is somewhat of a comical side to all this. Imagine Obama standing backstage frantically whispering into Joe’s earpiece, “Tell ’em this Joe,” or “You’re doing great, just try not to stutter too much.” “That’s a good, boy.” “We’ll some ice cream when you’re all done.”