"Maybe in a few weeks after (Dwight D.) Eisenhower had his heart attack, but certainly no president has been missing from the beginning," Morris, also a Newsmax TV host, told the network's "The Count,"
Biden's poll figures "are not good," he also claimed, quoting Rasmussen Reports as the "most accurate pollster."
The company followed every single day of Biden's first two months compared with former President Donald Trump's, and "in every one of the 16 polls that were conducted in both administrations, every single one of them, Trump was above Biden."
"There are two signals of that one," stated Morris, pointing out that four Senate Republicans have already sponsored a bill to strip Biden of his "war-making authority," and before that, 30 Democrats addressed a letter to Biden urging him to relinquish sole authority over the nation's nuclear codes.
"I think that this is all indicative of a lack of confidence in him, a lack of feeling he's well enough to make these decisions, and I think the 25th Amendment is not going to be long in coming."
Furthermore, Biden has now gone longer than any president in a century without holding a solo press conference. The 15 prior presidents held a solo press conference within 33 days of taking office, according to a CNN analysis of data from the American Presidency Project.
This comes after a campaign where he was almost never in any potentially spontaneous situation, and showed up in public at all only when he’d had enough opportunity to rest. Though he doesn’t have the excuse of the pandemic anymore — surely not when politicians by the thousands are doing virtual press conferences.
The American people have to know their president is completely engaged with his duty, and fit to do normal give-and-take on his own. Otherwise, you’re going to start hearing a lot more about the 25th Amendment.