February 10, 2024

Bill Maher Says Biden Can Be Switched Out At DNC Convention

Famous comedian, writer, and television host Bill Maher dropped a BOMB about President Joe Biden and the upcoming Democratic National Committee nominating convention.

Maher called the president “Ruth Bader Biden” in an attempt to take a swipe at his apparent determination to cling to office.

Maher did not stop there and was just getting started.

"I said he was going to be the Ruth Bader Ginsburg of presidential politics… He stayed too long at the fair. Bubbling up this week… he won't do the Super Bowl interview, which is not a hard one, mixing up all the world leaders and then this report that came out," Maher said.

Maher also touched on the fact that he believed Joe Biden was a “one term” president.

"He said ‘I see myself as a bridge’ that's collapsing. I see myself as a bridge.' I read that as one term. And I guess the question now is, is it too late? And I don't think it is because I still think you can do it at the convention. People have said to me, 'Oh, that's ridiculous. They'll look like-' They'll look like nothing. Nobody gives a f--- what they do at the convention,” Maher said.

Maher continued, saying that "you can switch him out at the convention… If a guy says 'I can't run,' then you have to do it. Then it has to be somebody else. Then it's an open convention. We've had open conventions many times… They make it up as they go along anyway. It's politics.”

While Maher was delivering his viewpoints in a comical way in an attempt to get a few laughs, it does not change the fact that there is a lot of truth in what he said.

Joe Biden is a one term president.

He is too old to run a second term, end of story.

Even the people in his party can see that!

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