Bill O’Reilly knows how to defeat presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden — by convincing his wife, Jill Biden, that her husband isn’t up for the task.
O’Reilly, appearing on NewsmaxTV’s “Greg Kelly Reports” on Wednesday, said that Biden needs to be replaced as Democratic nominee.
And Democratic Party insiders know it.
But the only one who could make that final decision is Jill.
“There is concern at very high levels within the Democratic Party that Mr. Biden is not capable of mounting an effective campaign,” O’Reilly said.
“He has memory problems. He cannot articulate very well. There is concern… but the Democratic Party can’t really do anything about this, because people have voted for Mr. Biden and he has enough delegates,” he said.
“Unless he himself drops out,” O’Reilly said. “And that would be a decision not made by him, but his wife. It’s possible.”
Biden is not “in control” of his mental facilities right now, O’Reilly said. The Democratic nominee is not up for the rigors of a presidential campaign — let alone four years in the White House.
“I’ve known him many years,” he added. “I don’t think he’s a bad man, but I don’t think he’s in control of himself right now.”
O’Reilly also talked about Biden’s role in the unjust prosecution of former Gen. Michael Flynn. Flynn had a short-lived stint as Trump’s national security adviser before being ousted over interactions with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S.
Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, though the Justice Department moved last week to drop the case against him after internal notes showed FBI officials plotted to entrap the former Trump aide.
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Biden was among the list of Obama officials who requested Flynn’s name be unmasked from intercepted calls during the transition to the Trump administration in 2017 — putting him at the center of the so-called “ObamaGate.”
O’Reilly said Biden is claiming innocence for a reason: He likely can’t remember.
“Certainly, Mr. Biden is befuddled,” O’Reilly said. “I don’t know if he remembers what he’s doing week to week, much less three years ago.”
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