Joe Biden’s State of the Union Was a Message to Democrats: ‘I’m Running’

Published March 8, 2024

For the last year, Joe Biden’s inability to form coherent sentences for the entirety of a speech, public statement, or even a brief interview was glaringly obvious to every American who saw him talk. His shuffle was that of one of an old lady powerwalking in the gym. His age showed.

Republicans have been pointing this out for a while now, since the 2020 election when the Biden campaign hid the man in a basement and claimed it was a pandemic measure. Democrats have only recently been acknowledging that there’s an issue.

The Biden administration has been furious at the news coverage of the president’s verbal (and literal) missteps. They have taken every precaution to try and minimize those glaringly obvious flaws. They’ve had people direct him offstage. They’ve given him notecards. They’ve ordered him to not take questions.

But, his own party has remained worried. There have been whispers of switching the candidate from some corners, and outright rebellion from others. It got so bad that Michelle Obama had to come out this week and clarify that, no, she’s not running for president.

Which brings us to last night.

The State of the Union address was not for the Union. Sure, it’s always a political speech, but it’s usually focused on bringing the country together behind the president. But last not, that speech wasn’t for you and me, people who are conservative or even slightly right of center. It wasn’t for independents, either. Last night’s speech was to every Democrat in the room, every member of the media watching, and every Democrat at home. He took an hour to say what really could have distilled to this:



RELATED: CNN’s Chalian: Biden Gave a ‘Reelection Speech Wrapped in a State of the Union’

Published March 7, 2024

CNN political director David Chalian said Thursday on his network’s coverage of the State of the Union Address that President Joe Biden delivered a “reelection speech.”

Chalian said, “To your point about it being a political speech, there’s no doubt about it. It was a reelection speech wrapped in a State of the Union. But I found it was also a speech just reflective of our times. Nothing is as it once was in American politics. I think this speech, the demeanor from the folks in the House, the president going into raw politics, his calling out his predecessor all these times.”

He continued, “Yes. that’s unprecedented. It’s also unprecedented to be running against a guy who once served as president, who you defeated, who’s trying to come back. It’s also unprecedented that he’s facing all these trials and what occurred in this very chamber on January 6, all these things are — and I  just think if we apply our sense of what State of the Union Addresses have been, that’s just not where our politics are anymore.”




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