Amendment XXII: “NO PERSON SHALL BE ELECTED TO THE OFFICE OF PRESIDENT MORE THAN TWICE.”
Permission to be elected “Not More than Twice” isn’t the same as permission to ignore the Four year Term Limit. It caps the number of elections to two.
The purpose of a Four Year Term Limit is to get the President to go home after four years. The Twenty Second Amendment changed that to not “more than twice”. Permission to be elected not more than twice is very different than permission to be elected as often as he wants.
The Twenty Second Amendment limits the number of elections to two maximum. Since no one lives forever there’s a natural limit to the number of elections. The Constitution put a limit on the number of elections. One election. The Twenty Second Amendment limited the number of elections to two. Two Elections means not more than two terms and only for the President. All other offices must be limited to one election per person. Not one at a time with no limit but one election, one term period.