According to the latest political banter, and an article at the American Thinker by Clayton Spann, titled “Why Joe Biden can’t resign, or be removed — or die”, the Democrats are doing what they can to make sure Biden remains in office. If he leaves for any reason, according to the article, Kamala Harris becomes President, leaving the V.P. position empty, and thus the U.S. Senate without a President of the Senate, which eliminates the Democrat Party’s “tie-breaker” vote. With the current Senate equally divided 50-50, the Democrat’s initiatives would all stall because they would not be able to get a majority vote for any of their bills, much less a confirmation for a new Vice President. While technically, Spann is correct, not really. Mr. Constitution explains. and

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