Billionaire Criticizes Jill Biden for Not Letting Joe Biden Quit Election Race

First lady Jill Biden is facing accusations from a prominent Democrat supporter.

According to social media posts by hedge fund manager Bill Ackman, President Biden’s performance in last week’s debate made it clear that he shouldn’t be running for president, but the First Lady won’t allow him to retire.

Ackman said that he does not hold Biden responsible for his refusal to step down. His cognitive abilities have diminished to the point that he cannot make sound self-evaluations. Ackman posted on X, tagging both of their official accounts, that Jill Biden’s complicity is becoming more apparent.  When Joe Biden steps down as president, First Lady Jill Biden will essentially be of no use. No trips on Air Force 1, the glitz and glamour are gone, and the president will host no more state dinners. Traveling the globe like a queen is a thing of the past, according to Ackman.

Ackman wrote that the First Lady clearly prioritizes her own needs over those of her husband and the nation as a whole. As Biden becomes weaker, her strength becomes more apparent.  She loves feeling powerful. In the president’s absence or while he is asleep, she takes his place. When he is accessible, she lets his team and staff know. She enjoys having command. 

In a hypothetical inquiry, he wondered how many decisions were truly made by the President.

Ex-President Barack Obama, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, and 2020 presidential contender Pete Buttigieg are among the Democrat candidates to whom Ackman has contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars.

But in the last year or two, he has become more suspicious of the Democrat Party, and he has already said that he would not support Joe Biden’s re-election due to what he saw as his absence of support for Israel.

In January, Ackman announced that he would donate $1 million to help Democrat candidate Dean Phillips (MN) challenge incumbent Joe Biden.

On March 6th, Phillips backed Joe Biden for president and withdrew from the 2024 presidential contest.