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Who Cares What George Clooney Thinks?


As people continue to discuss whether or not Joe Biden should drop out of the presidential race after the president's awful debate performance, we now have the greatest authority weighing in on the matter:

George Clooney.

That's right. Not a party head. Not another head of state. Not a former president. Not any elected official of any sort.

George Clooney. The actor.

Clooney is getting a lot of attention for an op-ed he wrote in the New York Times.

"I love Joe Biden," Clooney wrote Wednesday. "As a senator. As a vice president and as president. I consider him a friend, and I believe in him. Believe in his character. Believe in his morals. In the last four years, he’s won many of the battles he’s faced."

Well, isn' that swell.

There's a 'but' coming.

"But the one battle he cannot win is the fight against time. None of us can," he added.

"It’s devastating to say it, but the Joe Biden I was with three weeks ago at the fund-raiser was not the Joe 'big F-ing deal' Biden of 2010," Clooney wrote. "He wasn’t even the Joe Biden of 2020. He was the same man we all witnessed at the debate."

Question: Clooney saw that Biden wasn't right in the head three weeks yet only decided to mention something after millions of Americans saw it in the debate?

When others criticized Biden's appearance and behavior at the Clooney fundraiser they were told by the White House that it was just "deep fake" videos or were accused of spreading disinformation.

Why didn't Clooney speak out then?

He also wrote, "Is it fair to point these things out? It has to be. This is about age. Nothing more. But also nothing that can be reversed."

"We are not going to win in November with this president," Clooney wrote.

That's true. It should have been said three weeks ago. It should have been said a year ago or then some.

Now some Democrats are talking about it.

But most importantly... GEORGE CLOONEY has spoken!


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