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Tuberville says that Kamala Harris will probably be the Democratic nominee for President

A long worsening series of public gaffes, finally culminating in the worst televised debate performance by a mainstream presidential candidate in American history has made the mental competency of President Joseph R. Biden (D) and his ability to continue to lead going forward the biggest political story in the country. U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-Alabama) spoke on this topic with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News on Sunday. Tuberville acknowledged that Biden is very sick and speculated that he will be replaced as the Democratic party presidential nominee by Vice President Kamala Harris (D).

"He doesn't know what day it is," Senator Tuberville said of President Biden. "It's unfortunate for Joe Biden. He's sick. Nobody can help that. People do get old. They do get sick. But this is all about the Democrats' power-[about them] continuing to remain in power. Kamala Harris will probably be the candidate running against Donald Trump. That will be very interesting."

Tuberville said that Senate Democrats have known for a while that the President is no longer competent.

"This has been a disgrace," said Tuberville. "It's been a disgrace for 3.5 years. We have been talking to our Democratic colleagues in the Senate. They know what's going on. Mainstream media has hid all this. Now they're panicking and wondering what they're going to do."

Tuberville suggested that Biden is a puppet that is being propped up while Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-New York), former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-California), and former President Barack H. Obama (D), Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan have been secretly directing the country and setting the Biden Administration agenda.

"We have all known Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi and Obama's been running the country, along with Blinken and Sullivan out of the White House," Tuberville stated. "They have been making all the decisions. Joe Biden hasn't been making decisions. He might have [in the] first year had some say-so about what's going on, but he's been out of it since after the first year in office. And you can tell by Schumer's actions, Pelosi's actions the first two years. They were calling the shots. So, hopefully, people understand that. They have had total control, not the president, but Schumer and Pelosi and all the deep state. The deep state has total control of this."

"There's no doubt about it," added Tuberville. "Because-yes, they would bring-Maria, they would bring Joe Biden to the Capitol and walk him around, hold his arm, hold his hands, lead him around and kind of show him off. But they're making all the decisions. There's no doubt about that."

Tuberville suggested that the powers that be set the first debate for June, ahead of the Democratic National Convention, as a test to see if Biden could continue to play his part moving forward.

"They put the early debate just in case this happened," explained Tuberville. "Well, it did happen."

Assuming the Democrats topple Biden in favor of the much younger Harris, Bartiromo asked who would be VP. Harris's running mate.

"You know, I don't know," Tuberville answered. "They-that will be interesting. I don't know who they'd pick. We're just going to stay out of their way and let them cut their own throats, to be honest with you. It's a disaster."

The White House disputes the idea that the President is not fit. He was campaigning in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania over the weekend. First Lady Jill Biden was in Georgia, Florida, and North Carolina Sunday. VP Harris campaigned in New Orleans Louisiana over the weekend.

"This is probably the most significant election of our lifetime," Harris said. "We have said it every four years, but this one here is it. In 122 days, we each have the power to decide what kind of country we want to live in."

Tuberville has endorsed President Donald J. Trump (R). He was the first U.S. Senator to do so in the 2024 election.

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