Nancy Pelosi Refuses To Answer If She Thinks Biden Should Run In 2024

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi refused to answer whether she believes President Joe Biden should run for re-election in 2024.

With Biden’s mental decline continuing, Democrats keep trying to gaslight Americans into believing the 79-year-old has the fortitude to run the country.

Instead of answering the direct question, Pelosi said that Biden had given a “great service” to the United States and claimed he had the votes to beat former President Donald Trump.

Last year, Biden said he plans to seek a second term, but Pelosi would not confirm that she believes this to be a good action plan.

Recently, Biden had an interview on “60 Minutes” where Biden said it is “too early” for him to announce his re-election campaign officially. However, he did follow up that he does intend to seek a second term.

The oldest president in the history of the U.S. award goes to Biden, with him being 86 years old by the end of his second term in office if it came to it.

Pelosi is a career politician failure whose state of California continues to decline in crime under her long reign. She is currently 82 and has been in Congress for more than 30 years. The radical liberal is also seeking another term in the 2022 midterm elections.

“While we have made progress much more needs to be done to improve people’s lives. This election is crucial: nothing less is at stake than our Democracy,” Pelosi said in an announcement on Twitter in January. “But we don’t agonize-we organize. I am running for re-election to Congress to deliver For The People and defend Democracy. -NP”

According to a CBS News/YouGov survey, most Americans believe there should be an age limit for elected officials.

Biden has shown signs of what appears to be dementia and is often seen being confused while speaking. Other countries have made fun of his apparent mental slip-ups, and even Democrats have a hard time defending Biden’s behavior.

With 2024 on the horizon, the competitors are still not entirely known, but regardless of who runs, it will undoubtedly be a heated and contentious presidential race.