Joe Biden — whether due to illness or age — seems to be mentally incapacitated which, according to Merriam-Webster, means ‘an absence of mental capacity.’ But it’s not just Joe. In fact, Stu argues that the mental abilities of current Senate candidate John Fetterman may be even worse. Plus, Kamala Harris can barely string together a cohesive thought, and Nancy Pelosi incoherently babbles as well. This leads Glenn to a very important question: With these mentally incapacitated Democrats, WHO THEN IS RUNNING AND CONTROLLING THE PARTY?!
Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors
GLENN: All right. So let's take a look at the upcoming elections. How are things shaping up in the Senate, Stu?
STU: Very, very closely, Glenn. Very, very close races. A lot of toss-up states. A lot of very tight back and forth.
GLENN: Can we start with Fetterman, please?
GLENN: Okay. Is it still really, really points? Is he still like three points ahead, or five points ahead?
STU: Yeah. Yeah.
GLENN: How is that possible?
STU: Thank you. Thank you.
GLENN: How is that possible? Sara, do you have that clip?
VOICE: The Eagles are so much better than the Eagles. Oh, my gosh. This guy can't function. Now, look, I mean, I'm wondering, who is really running the show? Who is running the Democratic Party?
Because you have Joe Biden who is -- I mean, he's there occasionally. You know what I mean? He's mentally there, occasionally. Other times, no idea.
Kamala Harris, no. She's not --
STU: She just blathers on and says nothing. We have an entire thing at Veepthoughts.com, of all her idiocy. She continually tries to talk, but can't say anything.
GLENN: Right. But Feinstein, gone.
STU: They've basically admitted, she isn't even doing the job anymore. Nancy Pelosi is hammered, half the time, allegedly. When she's making any speech.
GLENN: Hammered. Either that, or she just doesn't know what he's talking about. But I think it's hammered.
STU: And Fetterman is -- we constantly beat on Joe Biden's ability to get through speeches. He's remarkably better than John Fetterman at this, right now. John Fetterman can't speak. This is a deliberative body.
GLENN: So can I ask you a question?
And no offense meant here, by people, who are in this. But I don't want a special ed. class running my country. And that's pretty much what we have right now in the party right now. People who can no longer think clearly, for one reason or another.
STU: Yeah. They're all different reasons.
GLENN: But you can't run a country like this. You can't run a country like this.
STU: We've seen what happens when you try it. Right?
We've seen the last two years. We've seen the results of what happens when you attempt to do it this way. It doesn't work.
GLENN: And you have to ask yourself. Who is making the policies? Who is making the policies? I mean, I'm asking that rhetorically.
STU: The Taiwan policies are a good example of this. Who is making the Taiwan policy? Joe Biden keeps coming out and saying, over and over again, that we are -- our troops are going to go defend Taiwan if China attacks it. That's Joe Biden's policy. And then five minutes later. The White House and five other organizations, within our government, come out and say, that's not actually our policy. We swear. We swear. Then Joe Biden comes out and does another interview and says it again, and then he does it again and again. He's done it four or five times.
GLENN: Well, Lindsey -- this Lindsey Graham abortion bill, which we will get into some other day. This Lindsey Graham abortion bill, Joe Biden came out and said, it's stricter than my church's --
STU: No. The Catholic Church --
GLENN: How can that be stricter than the -- Catholic Church is no abortion? How can you be stricter? Death for abortion?
Well, I mean, how could it be stricter than that?
GLENN: That's not.
STU: No. This is just craziness. I mean, they're trying everything they can to throw you off of the scent of what you should actually be voting for.
GLENN: No. They are trying -- they're not trying -- they are lying to you. That's all that this is. They are lying to you. Stricter? It's a 15-week ban on abortion. It's after 15 weeks, you can't have abortions. That's more lenient than France! Okay. France has 13 weeks. This has 15. So to get people to vote for these clowns, they just have to lie to you.
How many times do they have to lie to you, before you wake up?
Some countries, it doesn't -- they never wake up.
GLENN: You mention the abortion policy. Let me just at least -- because this is a big election issue here.
There's a big story that's happening in Arizona right now. Which is one of the -- the biggest states, when it comes to the Senate. And, of course, the governor as well in Arizona. And there's a law from 1864, I think it was, that passed. That basically said no abortions for any reasons. Except, I think there's the life of the mother exception. And it can be penalized with something --
GLENN: Whipping. Horsewhipping.
The Border Patrol comes and whips you with your horses. While she's still laying in bed.
STU: And like, I think it's three to five years in prison, for someone who facilitates one of these abortions. Now, of course we got into the Roe vs. Wade era. This law was still in the books. Never got repealed. They never did anything about it. Now we're on the other side of it. It's Roe vs. Wade gets overturned. And they about it to -- they run it through the courts. And the courts say, yeah. This is still law. If you want to change a law, you can change a law. But currently, this is the law of the land. I must apply it. That's how the law works. You can repeal a law opinion you can pass a new law that overrides that law. Now, since then, Arizona has tried to go through with a 15-week ban. But as of right now, it looks like the law of the land is still this 1864 law.
GLENN: It can't be 1864. I don't think Arizona was a state --
STU: It was not a state when this was passed. It was a territorial.
GLENN: Territorial. Okay. So we go back to literally the Cowboy and Indian times.
STU: So -- but this is the law, and this is the way the law works.
GLENN: And you will not tie your horse up on the door of my saloon either.
STU: Now, of course, what we're talking about, is you'll have to go to California or somewhere else nearby, if you want to get your abortion, if you needed an abortion. If this law were to stay in place. So this is a back and forth. The left is trying so hard to make abortion the entire election here. Because, of course, they see this as -- some of the polling shows that the majority of people are against the Supreme Court decision, blah, blah, blah, blah. They only have a couple of issues here, they can run on. One is, they think they can run on Donald Trump, because half the country doesn't like him. They can run on abortion. That's all about all they have, right?
So they're trying to make it seem like. Now, no one will lock down when the Democrats have any lines on abortion. They never have to express their lines on it. Only Republicans have to come up with their lines on abortion. Democrats never have to say, they want it all the way to birth. Only Peter Doocy is the one who asks them about it.
GLENN: Because they don't have a line. It's not up to birth. It's not up to birth.
STU: No. Their opinions are far more unpopular than the Republican positions on this. But the media is assisting them on this.
And so there's a slew of Republicans, that are trying to find this middle ground, quote, unquote.
GLENN: Lindsey Graham being one of them. Hey, let's pass a 15-week abortion ban. I'm sorry. Did we just spend the last 50 years, fighting over Roe vs. Wade so we could eliminate 8 percent of abortions. Is that what we did? I want to make sure I understand, this whole Roe vs. Wade fight all these years was, hey, if it works, across the entire country, we can eliminate 8 percent of abortions?
GLENN: May I just ask you a question, the Supreme Court said the federal government has no -- has to go to the state.
GLENN: So why wouldn't this be overturned as well as unconstitutional?
STU: I think it probably would. Especially with this Supreme Court. But, again, what is the point of winning elections, if -- what is the point of welling an election. If you win election after election after election, and get all the Supreme Court justices in, and then they overturn Roe vs. Wade. And your big idea is, hey, what if we mess around at the very edges of the fringe, and eliminate a few super late-term abortions. Well, I mean, that's great. It's better than nothing. But clearly, that can't be the reason why we spent a half century battle to overturn Roe vs. Wade. Obviously, that can't be the end of this, right?
GLENN: No. Because at 15 weeks, we'll get better at technology, and we'll be able to save children before 15 weeks. We'll eventually be able to grow them in a jar, okay?
STU: Whether you can save them in a jar or not, it's still life, right?
GLENN: Right. I know. But as it gets closer and closer, to being able to just put that embryo and put it in a jar. And grow it in a jar. We know it's life. It's like --
STU: It gets harder and harder to deny.
GLENN: Now it's 15. What's it going to be in the future. This doesn't make any sense.