Biden’s Age Just Saved Him —Exactly Why He Shouldn’t Be President

The memory of President Joe Biden is even worse than it appears.

It isn’t good news that Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report on his criminal investigation into Biden’s repeated mishandling of classified information.

Hur concluded that the president “willfully retained and disclosed classified materials after his vice presidency when he was a private citizen.” For most of us — that would be a crime.

However, Hur said he wouldn’t charge President Biden, who is 81 years old, the elder statesman would present himself to jurors as a “well-meaning, elderly man with poor memory.”

That is how Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin must also see him.

What’s most disturbing about Hur’s report is that during the interview, Biden was unsure exactly which year his son Beau died and when he was vice president.

On Thursday night, when speaking to reporters, the president denied vehemently that he had forgotten his son’s death or that he had shared classified information.

It’s really sad — but Hur is more believable and trustworthy.

The week prior, President Biden had been caught saying he discussed the January 6, 2021, incident at the capital with former President of France Francois Mitterand, as well as German Chancellor Helmut Kohl — despite Kohl being dead for years before the riots.

Americans have been skeptical of Biden’s mental cognition for some time.

However, you must also question his judgment. The president’s desire to be remembered as a policy sage led him to retain the classified documents and then share them with Mark Zwonitzer, his ghostwriter.

As seen in Zwonitzer’s transcripts, Joe Biden knew he was doing something wrong but could not stop himself.

Over the 2009 Thanksgiving holiday, then-Vice President Biden wrote a lengthy, handwritten memo to President Obama to persuade his boss not to authorize an Afghanistan troop surge. 

Biden hand-delivered the memo to Obama, who disregarded and didn’t heed his advice.

Now, President Biden is in hot water because he kept the classified memo along with supporting classified documents with little regard toward keeping them secure.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) located classified documents in Biden’s office in Delaware, noted the report, “in a badly damaged box in the garage, near a collapsed dog crate, a dog bed, a Zappos box, an empty bucket, a broken lamp wrapped with duct tape, potting soil, and synthetic firewood.”

It is nearly impossible to read the description and not think of the classified documents in boxes found in a ballroom and shower in former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home, for which he has been criminally charged.

President Biden wondered how the former president could be so irresponsible with crucial data that could compromise intelligence methods and sources. Despite his criticisms, Biden did the same thing, but worse — he wasn’t president when he kept the classified documents — he was a senator and vice president. Didn’t he realize that?

Hur laid out what he maintains are the critical differences between Trump and Biden. The biggest one, according to Hur, is that Trump didn’t return the classified documents for months and impeded the investigation otherwise.

Clearly, Biden broke the law, but he will not be prosecuted for it because, as Hur said, it wouldn’t look right for federal prosecutors to “pick on” an old guy.

Point made, Mr. Hur. This is precisely why Biden shouldn’t be president.