Biden’s Exposed Like President Edith Wilson


Edith Wilson and Jill Biden have much in common. Both married widowers who were President. Both watched their husbands failing in health so badly that they knew that they should no longer serve as presidents. Both were so hungry for power that they refused to persuade\allow their husbands to leave office.

In Wilson’s case, he suffered a severe stroke at the age of 63. According to historical sources:

On October 2, 1919, Wilson suffered a serious stroke, leaving him paralyzed on his left side, and with only partial vision in the right eye. He was confined to bed for weeks and sequestered from everyone except his wife and his physician, Cary Grayson. Bert E. Park, a neurosurgeon who examined Wilson’s medical records after his death, writes that Wilson’s illness affected his personality in various ways, making him prone to “disorders of emotion, impaired impulse control, and defective judgment. Anxious to help the president recover, Tumulty, Grayson, and the First Lady determined what documents the president read and who was allowed to communicate with him. For her influence in the administration, some have described Edith Wilson as “the first female President of the United States. Link states that by November 1919, Wilson’s “recovery was only partial at best. His mind remained relatively clear; but he was physically enfeebled, and the disease had wrecked his emotional constitution and aggravated all his more unfortunate personal traits.

Wilson served out his term, ending in 1920 and a subsequent Republican landslide that year.

Jill Biden is an overachiever and married a successful entrepreneur. As she moved up the academic ladder, her marriage fell apart and she went through a nasty divorce. Joe Biden, already a Senator, had suffered a huge personal tragedy when his wife and one of his children were killed in a car accident. Joe and Jill were setup on a date and when her divorce was final, they married.

Biden ran for president several times failing miserably. He won in 2020 largely because he had been VP for Obama and the Black vote in South Carolina propelled him to the nomination. Too, the Democrat Party establishment was petrified that Bernie Sanders would be the candidate and be crushed by Trump. Even in 2020, the insiders knew Biden was not the man who worked for Obama, he was slipping but not so badly that he could not make it through two debates and a very light campaign schedule. The COVID pandemic also worked against Trump as he was not suited to deal with an issue that threw panic into the public.

Jill Biden proved after the debate that she is one who absolutely refuses to consider Joe stepping aside despite the obvious mental decline he exhibited on stage. He mumbled, fumbled his answers at one point remarking that “he finally killed Medicare”.  After the debate, she lead her husband around on stage and nearly screamed how well he had done “answering all the questions”. Hard to watch.

So, where does the Democrat party go from here? Jill won’t budge and the only other choice is Kamala Harris, who currently polls lower than Biden. If they went any other way, the Black vote would feel betrayed and not show up. Give Biden credit, knowing his own frailties, he picked a VP that insured he stayed as long as he is able.

It is still a long way until November, and this is not the last chapter. The Gilgamesh epic is still playing out. In my opinion, she is most ambitious female in politics since Cleopatra, putting to lie to the idea that somehow the world would be better if more females were in power. Men and women are all the same when the question is power.

By the way, there only 3 types of political wives.
1. Hates politics, loves husband.
2. Hates politics, hates husband.
3. Wants to be the candidate.

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