Today in Detroit, the mentally-challenged Joe Biden lost it.
Today’s read is from Byron York of the Washington Examiner. The obligatory tease:
Joe Biden was sworn into the U.S. Senate on Jan. 3, 1973. He remained in the Senate until Jan. 15, 2009 — a span of 36 years. If history is any guide, that alone is a disqualifier in Biden’s quest for the White House.
What does 36 years in the Senate say about a politician? It says he is a senator — not a president.
Read the rest, including those 3 reasons, here.