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Vivek Ramasay says Dems will replace Biden with Michelle Obama after damning special counsel report


Former
Republican
presidential
candidate Vivek
Ramaswamy
 doubled
down
on
his
theory
that
Democrats
will
swap
out
President
Biden
with
Michelle
Obama
on
their
party’s
ticket
following
the
release
of
the
special
counsel’s
report. 

The bombshell
findings from

Special
Counsel
Robert
Hur

put
a
spotlight
on
Biden’s
cognitive
abilities,
saying
he
would
not
bring
charges
against
him
in
part
because
a
jury
would
find
him
to
be
a
“sympathetic,
well-meaning
elderly
man
with
a
poor
memory,”
despite
the
acknowledgment
that
the
classified
documents
were
“willfully”
obtained
by
Biden
both
as
vice
president
and
as
a
senator. 

Ramaswamy,
who
was
outspoken
on
the
campaign
trail
about
the
belief
that
the
81-year-old
president
will
ultimately
not
be
the
Democratic
nominee,
told
Fox
News
Digital
the
special
counsel’s
report
marks
the
“convenient
path”
for
Democrats
to
nominate
the
popular
former
first
lady. 

“The
main
obstacle
stopping
the
Democratic
Party
is
they
have
a
Kamala
Harris
problem,
which
is
to
say
that
if
they
do
sideline
Biden,
the
natural
person
normally
that
would
be
the
nominee,
could
be
the
vice
president
of
that
same
sitting
president.
But
that
vice
president
is
unable,
I
think,
to
effectively
carry
forward
that
job,”
Ramaswamy
said.
“She
didn’t
make
it
to
the
Iowa
caucus
in
the
year
that
she
ran,
right,
even
and
within
her
own
party,
let
alone
an
issue
with
broader
popularity
in
the
country.”

Former
Republican
presidential
candidate Vivek
Ramaswamy doubled
down
on
his
theory
that
Democrats
will
swap
out
President
Biden
with
Michelle
Obama
following
the
release
of
the
special
counsel’s
report. 

AP
Ramaswamy
says
that
Michelle
Obama
offers
the
Democrats
a
path
away
from
the
special
counsel’s
report
on
Joe
Biden.

Jay
Shetty
Podcast

“If
race
and
gender
are
your
basis
for
selecting
someone
for
a
job,
and
the
identity
of
your
party
is
tied
to
that
temple
of
identity
politics,
then
they
will
risk
looking
hypocritical
if
they
sideline
her
after
they
sideline
Biden.
And
I
do
think
Michelle
Obama
offers
them
a
convenient
path
out
of
that
problem,
somebody
who
checks
the
boxes
that
they
need
to
have
checked
per
their
own
ideology,
while
also
selecting
an
alternative
to
Biden
that
they
may
view
as
more
palatable
in
a
general
election
.
.
.
it’s
looking
increasingly
like
it’s
not
going
to
be
Biden
as
the
nominee.
And
I
think
that
it
should
not
be
shocking
to
see
someone
like
Michelle
Obama
take
the
role
of
the
nomination,”
Ramaswamy
said.

When
asked
about
Hur’s
decision
not
to
bring
charges
against
Biden,
Ramaswamy
said
it
signaled
Biden’s
“willingness”
to
eventually
step
aside. 

Key
takeaways
from
special
counsel
Robert
Hur’s
report
on
Biden’s
classified
documents

  • Joe
    Biden
    “willfully
    retained
    and
    disclosed
    classified
    materials”
    after
    leaving
    the
    vice
    presidency
    in
    January
    2017.
  • Classified
    documents
    about
    the
    war
    in
    Afghanistan
    were
    found
    in
    a
    box
    in
    the
    garage
    at
    Biden’s
    main
    residence
    in
    Wilmington,
    Del.
  •  Biden
    repeatedly
    disclosed
    classified
    information
    he
    wrote
    in
    notebooks
    to
    Mark
    Zwonitzer,
    who
    ghostwrote
    Biden’s
    2017
    book,
    “Promise
    Me,
    Dad.”
  •  During
    one
    February
    2017
    conversation,
    Biden
    told
    Zwonitzer,
    “I
    just
    found
    all
    the
    classified
    stuff
    downstairs”
    at
    his
    then-home
    in
    Virginia.
  •  Zwonitzer
    deleted
    recordings
    of
    his
    interviews
    with
    Biden
    after
    learning
    of
    Hur’s
    appointment
    as
    special
    counsel
    in
    January
    2023.
  •  Biden
    displayed
    “significant
    limitations
    in
    memory,”
    both
    in
    his
    2017
    interviews
    with
    Zwonitzer
    and
    his
    interviews
    with
    investigators
    on
    Oct.
    8-9,
    2023.
  • Among
    other
    lapses,
    Biden
    “did
    not
    remember
    when
    he
    was
    vice
    president”
    and
    “did
    not
    remember,
    even
    within
    several
    years,
    when
    his
    son
    Beau
    died.”
  •  If
    brought
    to
    trial,
    Biden
    “would
    likely
    present
    himself
    to
    a
    jury,
    as
    he
    did
    during
    our
    interview
    of
    him,
    as
    a
    sympathetic,
    well-meaning,
    elderly
    man
    with
    a
    poor
    memory.”

“I
think
that
coincides
within
recent
months
[of]
him
saying
things
like,
you
know,
other
Democratic
nominees
could
also
be
successful
in
the
general,”
Ramaswamy
said.
“So
I
think
that
we’re
seeing
a
general
trend
towards
what
I
predicted
.
.
.
which
is
that
they
would
move
Biden
out
of
the
way.
And
I
think
this
is
one
more
step
in
that
direction.”


Hur,
who
was
appointed
by
Attorney
General
Merrick
Garland

to
investigate
Biden’s
handling
of
classified
documents,
revealed
that

Biden
had
a
“hazy”
memory

about
when
he
was
previously
in
office
and
when
his
son
Beau
died,
which
happened
in
2015.

Robert
Hur
revealed
that
Biden
had
a
“hazy”
memory
about
when
he
was
previously
in
office
and
when
his
son
Beau
died,
which
happened
in
2015.

AP

“In
his
interview
with
our
office,
Mr.
Biden’s
memory
was
worse,”
the
report
states.
“He
did
not
remember
when
he
was vice
president,
forgetting
on
the
first
day
of
the
interview
when
his
term
ended
(‘if
it
was
2013

when
did
I
stop
being
Vice
President?’),
and
forgetting
on
the
second
day
of
the
interview
when
his
term
began
(‘in
2009,
am
I
still
Vice
President?’).”

“He
did
not
remember,
even
within
several
years, when
his
son
Beau
died,”
the
report
continued.
“And
his
memory
appeared
hazy
when
describing
the
Afghanistan
debate
that
was
once
so
important
to
him.
Among
other
things,
he
mistakenly
said
he
‘had
a
real
difference’
of
opinion
with
General
Karl
Eikenberry,
when,
in
fact,
Eikenberry
was
an
ally
whom
Mr.
Biden
cited
approvingly
in
his
Thanksgiving
memo
to
President
Obama.”

When
asked
about
Hur’s
decision
not
to
bring
charges
against
Biden,
Ramaswamy
said
it
signaled
Biden’s
“willingness”
to
eventually
step
aside. 

REUTERS

These
revelations,
in
addition
to
his
recent
slew
of
gaffes,
continue
to
fuel
concerns
among
some
voters
about
the
advanced
age
of
Biden,
the
oldest
president
in
U.S.
history.

His
likely
2024
opponent,
former
President
Trump,
will
turn
78
in
June.

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