OtherGround Forums If Biden is elected his VP will take over soon

4 days ago
3/4/12
Posts: 1117

I’m just about convinced that if Biden gets elected he will have some type of medical reason for stepping down within a year.  This will pave the way for his VP to take over as president.  I’m also convinced that this may be the democrats’ plan ever since Biden won the nomination.  If Kamala Harris is the VP pick she will be the easiest person for the powers that be to manipulate and have her do whatever they tell her to do.  She had no chance of winning the nomination, much less winning against Trump.  So why not let her slide in the back door?

4 days ago
1/12/07
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4 days ago
9/30/12
Posts: 4220

If they want to backdoor Kamala, all they gotta do is ask her. She puts out for promotions 

4 days ago
7/2/09
Posts: 8241
Just figured that out, did you?
4 days ago
7/17/01
Posts: 8401

Shit... you figured out their plan.

Edited: 4 days ago
6/1/18
Posts: 431

If he selects a Black Woman and becomes President, and some how can no longer function...She becomes president.

 

Two Black Presidents serving almost back to back. 

4 days ago
10/1/16
Posts: 4913

If he wins, he'll probably retire instead of running for reelection. If he lives that long.

4 days ago
8/16/12
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4 days ago
3/4/12
Posts: 1118
SteelyRes211 - Just figured that out, did you?

I mean I didn’t JUST figure it out.  I just figured I might start a discussion about it because I haven’t seen a thread about it specifically.  I might be wrong though.

4 days ago
3/18/02
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Foregone conclusion

4 days ago
1/1/01
Posts: 20813

 

The Democrat’s presumptive nominee Joe Biden will name his running mate as early as next week, and Congressional Black Caucus Chair Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA) is reportedly a top contender for job.

The California Democrat has emerged as the favorite pick of former Sen. Chris Dodd, who serves on Biden’s vice presidential search committee. According a source who spoke with Politico, Dodd has urged Biden to choose Bass because “she’s a loyal No. 2. And that’s what Biden really wants.”

On the surface, Bass’s background as a former medical professional and South Los Angeles community organizer make her an attractive candidate to serve at a time when public health and racial inequality are on the top of voters’ minds.

Her resume bears the hallmarks of a rising political star, starting with her first foray into elected office 16 years ago, when she won a seat in the California State Assembly and later became the first Black woman in the country to serve as the speaker of a state legislature when she assumed the Speakership in 2008. Prior to this, Bass worked as a physician assistant and a left-wing community activist who founded a non-profit in the 1990s called the Community Coalition. She made headlines after the 1992 L.A. riots for her fight to prevent liquor stores from being rebuilt in the neighborhoods destroyed by the uprising.

In 2010, Bass won her U.S. House seat, where her voting record has been typical of a progressive member of a Democratic Party increasingly embracing socialism.

However, a deep dive into Bass’s background reveals that her influences were not just socialist, but hardcore communist.

The VP vetting process brought renewed scrutiny to comments Bass made about Cuba’s communist dictator Fidel Castro. In a statement following Castro’s death in 2016, Bass referred to him as “Comandante en Jefe” and described his death as “a great loss to the people of Cuba.”

The honorific “Commandante en Jefe”—which translates to “commander in chief”—was criticizedby Florida Democrats for being excessively deferential to a dictator with a long history of human rights abuses.

LEADER OF A COMMUNIST FRONT GROUP

Over the years, Bass has spoken frequently about her decades-long involvement with the Venceramos Brigade (VB), starting from the time she was 19-years-old in 1973. She would make eight trips to Cuba as a “brigandista” in the 1970s. Articles about her work with the Venceremos Brigade make it sound like the Cuban equivalent of Habitat for Humanity or any other praiseworthy volunteer organization providing humanitarian assistance in poor countries.

In fact, the Venceremos Brigade was a Cuban communist front group founded in 1969 by Fidel Castro and the radical members of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). The Brigade was run by the Cuban intelligence service, the General Directorate for Intelligence (DGI).

 

 

4 days ago
4/9/10
Posts: 10897

It’s very obvious at this point that Biden is not a serious candidate as far as the DNC is concerned. He can barely string together a sentence. There’s absolutely no way anyone believes he can govern for eight years. But he’s not hated enough to be a guaranteed loser. He’s a safe bet for a lot of people on the fence. 

4 days ago
6/11/13
Posts: 764

Does that mean Pelosi gets to be vice president?

4 days ago
1/1/01
Posts: 51706
NerveBlock - 

It’s very obvious at this point that Biden is not a serious candidate as far as the DNC is concerned. He can barely string together a sentence. There’s absolutely no way anyone believes he can govern for eight years. But he’s not hated enough to be a guaranteed loser. He’s a safe bet for a lot of people on the fence. 


But it also requires people to look at the riots, businesses being burned down, calls to defund the police while at the same time trying to remove gun rights, open border type policies, reperations, and decide that is the direction they want the country to head.  Elections are decided by the moderates and I'm finding it hard to believe your average white, working moderate is going to want that.  Especially when the left is screaming that white people are pieces of shit.

4 days ago
1/25/07
Posts: 4064
Cire -

 

The Democrat’s presumptive nominee Joe Biden will name his running mate as early as next week, and Congressional Black Caucus Chair Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA) is reportedly a top contender for job.

The California Democrat has emerged as the favorite pick of former Sen. Chris Dodd, who serves on Biden’s vice presidential search committee. According a source who spoke with Politico, Dodd has urged Biden to choose Bass because “she’s a loyal No. 2. And that’s what Biden really wants.”

On the surface, Bass’s background as a former medical professional and South Los Angeles community organizer make her an attractive candidate to serve at a time when public health and racial inequality are on the top of voters’ minds.

Her resume bears the hallmarks of a rising political star, starting with her first foray into elected office 16 years ago, when she won a seat in the California State Assembly and later became the first Black woman in the country to serve as the speaker of a state legislature when she assumed the Speakership in 2008. Prior to this, Bass worked as a physician assistant and a left-wing community activist who founded a non-profit in the 1990s called the Community Coalition. She made headlines after the 1992 L.A. riots for her fight to prevent liquor stores from being rebuilt in the neighborhoods destroyed by the uprising.

In 2010, Bass won her U.S. House seat, where her voting record has been typical of a progressive member of a Democratic Party increasingly embracing socialism.

However, a deep dive into Bass’s background reveals that her influences were not just socialist, but hardcore communist.

The VP vetting process brought renewed scrutiny to comments Bass made about Cuba’s communist dictator Fidel Castro. In a statement following Castro’s death in 2016, Bass referred to him as “Comandante en Jefe” and described his death as “a great loss to the people of Cuba.”

The honorific “Commandante en Jefe”—which translates to “commander in chief”—was criticizedby Florida Democrats for being excessively deferential to a dictator with a long history of human rights abuses.

LEADER OF A COMMUNIST FRONT GROUP

Over the years, Bass has spoken frequently about her decades-long involvement with the Venceramos Brigade (VB), starting from the time she was 19-years-old in 1973. She would make eight trips to Cuba as a “brigandista” in the 1970s. Articles about her work with the Venceremos Brigade make it sound like the Cuban equivalent of Habitat for Humanity or any other praiseworthy volunteer organization providing humanitarian assistance in poor countries.

In fact, the Venceremos Brigade was a Cuban communist front group founded in 1969 by Fidel Castro and the radical members of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). The Brigade was run by the Cuban intelligence service, the General Directorate for Intelligence (DGI).

 

 

Bass has the bad press from the en Jefe comment but that is basically it.

 

 

Republicans actually like her and she has no political aspirations to be president. Perfect choice but I don't know if Biden is smart enough to make it.

4 days ago
1/25/07
Posts: 4065
Soup and Beer -
NerveBlock - 

It’s very obvious at this point that Biden is not a serious candidate as far as the DNC is concerned. He can barely string together a sentence. There’s absolutely no way anyone believes he can govern for eight years. But he’s not hated enough to be a guaranteed loser. He’s a safe bet for a lot of people on the fence. 


But it also requires people to look at the riots, businesses being burned down, calls to defund the police while at the same time trying to remove gun rights, open border type policies, reperations, and decide that is the direction they want the country to head.  Elections are decided by the moderates and I'm finding it hard to believe your average white, working moderate is going to want that.  Especially when the left is screaming that white people are pieces of shit.

Biden is running on none of those things. He is a moderate.

 

He's more of a traditional republican than trump. It's all the reasons you listed above that Biden shouldn't concern you imo. If it was warren or sanders you'd have a reason to fear massive changes.

4 days ago
6/13/03
Posts: 28884
Thelonious -
Cire -

 

The Democrat’s presumptive nominee Joe Biden will name his running mate as early as next week, and Congressional Black Caucus Chair Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA) is reportedly a top contender for job.

The California Democrat has emerged as the favorite pick of former Sen. Chris Dodd, who serves on Biden’s vice presidential search committee. According a source who spoke with Politico, Dodd has urged Biden to choose Bass because “she’s a loyal No. 2. And that’s what Biden really wants.”

On the surface, Bass’s background as a former medical professional and South Los Angeles community organizer make her an attractive candidate to serve at a time when public health and racial inequality are on the top of voters’ minds.

Her resume bears the hallmarks of a rising political star, starting with her first foray into elected office 16 years ago, when she won a seat in the California State Assembly and later became the first Black woman in the country to serve as the speaker of a state legislature when she assumed the Speakership in 2008. Prior to this, Bass worked as a physician assistant and a left-wing community activist who founded a non-profit in the 1990s called the Community Coalition. She made headlines after the 1992 L.A. riots for her fight to prevent liquor stores from being rebuilt in the neighborhoods destroyed by the uprising.

In 2010, Bass won her U.S. House seat, where her voting record has been typical of a progressive member of a Democratic Party increasingly embracing socialism.

However, a deep dive into Bass’s background reveals that her influences were not just socialist, but hardcore communist.

The VP vetting process brought renewed scrutiny to comments Bass made about Cuba’s communist dictator Fidel Castro. In a statement following Castro’s death in 2016, Bass referred to him as “Comandante en Jefe” and described his death as “a great loss to the people of Cuba.”

The honorific “Commandante en Jefe”—which translates to “commander in chief”—was criticizedby Florida Democrats for being excessively deferential to a dictator with a long history of human rights abuses.

LEADER OF A COMMUNIST FRONT GROUP

Over the years, Bass has spoken frequently about her decades-long involvement with the Venceramos Brigade (VB), starting from the time she was 19-years-old in 1973. She would make eight trips to Cuba as a “brigandista” in the 1970s. Articles about her work with the Venceremos Brigade make it sound like the Cuban equivalent of Habitat for Humanity or any other praiseworthy volunteer organization providing humanitarian assistance in poor countries.

In fact, the Venceremos Brigade was a Cuban communist front group founded in 1969 by Fidel Castro and the radical members of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). The Brigade was run by the Cuban intelligence service, the General Directorate for Intelligence (DGI).

 

 

Bass has the bad press from the en Jefe comment but that is basically it.

 

 

Republicans actually like her and she has no political aspirations to be president. Perfect choice but I don't know if Biden is smart enough to make it.

No they dont. She is commie trash

4 days ago
11/28/09
Posts: 41970
Richard Cranium -

I’m just about convinced that if Biden gets elected he will have some type of medical reason for stepping down within a year.  This will pave the way for his VP to take over as president.  I’m also convinced that this may be the democrats’ plan ever since Biden won the nomination.  If Kamala Harris is the VP pick she will be the easiest person for the powers that be to manipulate and have her do whatever they tell her to do.  She had no chance of winning the nomination, much less winning against Trump.  So why not let her slide in the back door?

I can’t believe no one has ever had this idea before!!!

4 days ago
1/1/01
Posts: 118435
Thelonious - 
Soup and Beer -
NerveBlock - 

It’s very obvious at this point that Biden is not a serious candidate as far as the DNC is concerned. He can barely string together a sentence. There’s absolutely no way anyone believes he can govern for eight years. But he’s not hated enough to be a guaranteed loser. He’s a safe bet for a lot of people on the fence. 


But it also requires people to look at the riots, businesses being burned down, calls to defund the police while at the same time trying to remove gun rights, open border type policies, reperations, and decide that is the direction they want the country to head.  Elections are decided by the moderates and I'm finding it hard to believe your average white, working moderate is going to want that.  Especially when the left is screaming that white people are pieces of shit.

Biden is running on none of those things. He is a moderate.

 

He's more of a traditional republican than trump. It's all the reasons you listed above that Biden shouldn't concern you imo. If it was warren or sanders you'd have a reason to fear massive changes.


He's not trying to remove gun rights?

I hope this is poor level trolling

4 days ago
6/27/02
Posts: 8375
TeeKayOh - 

If he selects a Black Woman and becomes President, and some how can no longer function...She becomes president.

 

Two Black Presidents serving almost back to back. 


It almost seems like blacks can be successful in America.

4 days ago
3/4/12
Posts: 1119
BonedByPicograms* -
Richard Cranium -

I’m just about convinced that if Biden gets elected he will have some type of medical reason for stepping down within a year.  This will pave the way for his VP to take over as president.  I’m also convinced that this may be the democrats’ plan ever since Biden won the nomination.  If Kamala Harris is the VP pick she will be the easiest person for the powers that be to manipulate and have her do whatever they tell her to do.  She had no chance of winning the nomination, much less winning against Trump.  So why not let her slide in the back door?

I can’t believe no one has ever had this idea before!!!

I never said I was the creator of this thought.  See my other post.

4 days ago
4/9/10
Posts: 10898
Thelonious -
Soup and Beer -
NerveBlock - 

It’s very obvious at this point that Biden is not a serious candidate as far as the DNC is concerned. He can barely string together a sentence. There’s absolutely no way anyone believes he can govern for eight years. But he’s not hated enough to be a guaranteed loser. He’s a safe bet for a lot of people on the fence. 


But it also requires people to look at the riots, businesses being burned down, calls to defund the police while at the same time trying to remove gun rights, open border type policies, reperations, and decide that is the direction they want the country to head.  Elections are decided by the moderates and I'm finding it hard to believe your average white, working moderate is going to want that.  Especially when the left is screaming that white people are pieces of shit.

Biden is running on none of those things. He is a moderate.

 

He's more of a traditional republican than trump. It's all the reasons you listed above that Biden shouldn't concern you imo. If it was warren or sanders you'd have a reason to fear massive changes.

The fear is that he’ll select someone a little more radical as VP to cover that base and since he’s clearly having cognitive issues, that person would take over rather quickly. Biden himself likely doesn’t worry many people. 

4 days ago
1/25/07
Posts: 4069
PatK -
Thelonious - 
Soup and Beer -
NerveBlock - 

It’s very obvious at this point that Biden is not a serious candidate as far as the DNC is concerned. He can barely string together a sentence. There’s absolutely no way anyone believes he can govern for eight years. But he’s not hated enough to be a guaranteed loser. He’s a safe bet for a lot of people on the fence. 


But it also requires people to look at the riots, businesses being burned down, calls to defund the police while at the same time trying to remove gun rights, open border type policies, reperations, and decide that is the direction they want the country to head.  Elections are decided by the moderates and I'm finding it hard to believe your average white, working moderate is going to want that.  Especially when the left is screaming that white people are pieces of shit.

Biden is running on none of those things. He is a moderate.

 

He's more of a traditional republican than trump. It's all the reasons you listed above that Biden shouldn't concern you imo. If it was warren or sanders you'd have a reason to fear massive changes.


He's not trying to remove gun rights?

I hope this is poor level trolling

Well I don't believe he is but Obama was supposed to do the same things.

 

His position on guns is pretty defined. There are 24 bullet point's written on his platform. I don't think it's crazy, I can understand why people would disagree with him but he's not far left on the issue imo. His platform is representative of mainstream liberal positions on guns.

 

https://joebiden.com/joes-vision/

4 days ago
1/25/07
Posts: 4070
NerveBlock -
Thelonious -
Soup and Beer -
NerveBlock - 

It’s very obvious at this point that Biden is not a serious candidate as far as the DNC is concerned. He can barely string together a sentence. There’s absolutely no way anyone believes he can govern for eight years. But he’s not hated enough to be a guaranteed loser. He’s a safe bet for a lot of people on the fence. 


But it also requires people to look at the riots, businesses being burned down, calls to defund the police while at the same time trying to remove gun rights, open border type policies, reperations, and decide that is the direction they want the country to head.  Elections are decided by the moderates and I'm finding it hard to believe your average white, working moderate is going to want that.  Especially when the left is screaming that white people are pieces of shit.

Biden is running on none of those things. He is a moderate.

 

He's more of a traditional republican than trump. It's all the reasons you listed above that Biden shouldn't concern you imo. If it was warren or sanders you'd have a reason to fear massive changes.

The fear is that he’ll select someone a little more radical as VP to cover that base and since he’s clearly having cognitive issues, that person would take over rather quickly. Biden himself likely doesn’t worry many people. 

Imo that fear is representative of the right and not the left. I don't see that opinion anywhere but this forum fwiw

 

In reality Biden has shunned the progressives and they are pissed. He threw them a bone early and then when it came time to adopt their positions he didn't. If you read his platform it is very moderate.

 

I also don't believe he is senile though so we probably won't be concerned about the same things.

4 days ago
1/7/09
Posts: 4867

It will not be Kamala.  Susan Rice is the most likely pick.