Biden’s ‘Jacked-Up’ State of Union: Demand Drug Test

Cocaine was found within the premises of the White House last July, leading to a peculiar challenge from former President Donald Trump towards President Joe Biden: to undergo a drug test should they face each other in a future debate. This challenge arises amidst speculation, fueled by the closure of the investigation into the discovered cocaine without identifying any responsible parties, despite the White House being one of the most secure locations globally.

Trump voiced his concerns regarding Biden’s demeanor during the recent State of the Union address, suggesting that the president seemed unusually energetic. In a conversation on the Hugh Hewitt radio show, Trump expressed his desire for drug testing before debates with Biden, questioning the source of Biden’s energy during his address to Congress in March. “He’s obviously, he’s being helped some way, because most of the time he looks like he’s falling asleep. And all of a sudden, he walked up there and did a poor job. But he was all jacked up,” Trump stated.

The response from Biden’s team to Trump’s comments was swift, with spokesperson Ammar Moussa dismissing the remarks as a “weird outburst” and swiftly changing the subject to Trump’s immigration policies, claiming, without evidence, that Trump’s campaign is struggling due to unfavorable public opinion towards his policies.

However, recent polling data tells a different story. According to a Wall Street Journal survey, Trump is leading Biden in six out of seven key battleground states, including Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania, by a margin of two to eight points. This suggests a discrepancy between the Biden camp’s claims and the apparent voter sentiment, indicating a potential uphill battle for the incumbent as the next election cycle nears.