Ever since before he became President* following the weird, shady 2020 election, many have pointed out that Joe Biden is suffering from cognitive decline. The mainstream media and Democrat Party ignore the problem, but blunder after blunder indicate that he is not in the right mental state to serve this country. Many have suspected that Biden was just a vehicle to force Kamala Harris into the Oval Office — and even Biden has that opinion, apparently.
“Now, when President Harris and I took a virtual tour of a vaccination center in Arizona not long ago, one of the nurses on that tour injecting people and giving vaccinations said that each shot was like administering a dose of hope,” Biden said in a speech at the White House.
Previously, Biden has forgotten the name of his own Defense Secretary, the name of the big five-sided building where generals do military stuff (the Pentagon), has appeared lost on several occasions, and said all manner of nonsensical things.
Conservatives and even Bernie Sanders supporters have long warned that our current President is suffering from dementia or some other form of cognitive decline. And while American media won’t say a word for fear of offending the perpetually offended, Australian journalists are not so kind. The Australian’s Foreign Editor Greg Sheridan points out that “There is just no doubt at all that Biden has had some cognitive decline.”
“It’s impossible to watch Biden perform in a spontaneous setting and not conclude that there has been some cognitive decline,” Sheridan says, noting that Biden’s campaign was well aware of the issue and avoided having him campaign too much. This earned him the nickname, “Hiden Biden.”
Recently, Democrats moved to take away Joe Biden’s ability to use nuclear weapons without congressional approval — a major, unprecedented step to protect America from a man who may misuse our stockpile because of his issues.
Americans are right to worry. Though it’s easy to laugh at Joe Biden’s gaffes, it’s important to remember that the man making them is in charge, for better or worse, of the most powerful nation in the world.