VIDEO: Biden’s 1990s Prediction Raises Eyebrows

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – In the early 1990s President Biden had made a prediction during a Detroit College of Law speech that by the year 2020 he would be “dead and gone.” That was the same year that Biden ran against then-President Donald Trump and proceeded to win the presidential election.

Biden, who had served as a U.S. Senator for Delaware for over 35 years, was talking to law students in 1991 about how important the selection of Supreme Court justices was. At the time, the current President was 50 years old.

As he had said, the Supreme Court justices are the ones who are going to continue affecting the country after Senator Biden and President Bush are gone. He added that Justice David Souter, if alive, is going to still be able to make landmark decisions in 2020, a time when Biden himself would probably be “dead and gone.”

This November Biden is going to be turning 81 years old. Footage from that speech was recently published by the New York Post, in a report that pointed out that Biden was wrong on two points. Biden was still alive and serving as the President and Souter retired in 2009 after close to 20 years serving in the Supreme Court.

If President Biden wins his re-election campaign in 2024 he could end up leaving office at the end of his second term at the age of 86. His age has become a point of contention for many Americans who are concerned about how his age might be affecting his ability to serve as President.


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