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    Questions About Joe Biden's Health Go Mainstream


    Going back to the 2020 presidential campaign, right-leaning media has been well ahead of the curve in asking serious questions about President Joe Biden’s mental health. As his presidential term has aged, things have only gotten worse, with numerous scenes of confusion and anger taking place.

    Just days ago, the president appeared to forget where he was, having to be saved by his wife (see Jill Biden Steps in to Save a Confused, Meandering Joe Biden). Other examples include Biden seemingly unable to control his anger at times, including with the families of slain soldiers. Past that, odd word salads and bumbling speeches have become what feels like a near-daily occurrence.

    Despite that, the mainstream press has largely deemed analysis of Biden’s decreasing mental state as off-limits. That changed today, though. The Wall Street Journal went public with their concerns, noting that what we are seeing is just not normal. Their breaking point was Biden’s latest CNN town hall.

    We take no pleasure in pointing this out, since the U.S. needs a President who can handle the the strains of the job. Mr. Biden was never Demosthenes, and all Presidents stumble in speech. But Mr. Biden’s frequent public confusion about the major issues of the day is a reason for growing public concern.

    Welcome to the party, guys. RedState has been chronicling the obvious mental decline of Joe Biden well before he assumed office, and at times dealing with great pushback from supposed “fact-checkers” looking to explain everything away. To see a major newspaper finally get on board is nice, but it’s also annoying, in that it should have happened long ago.

    It’s been clear for a long time that Biden is not well. The confusion that the Journal points out happens in essentially every public appearance. The president has no grasp of the issues when he’s not on the teleprompter, and even then, it’s difficult for him to make any distinctive point without tripping over himself. Call it dementia, senility, or something else, but we have a president who is not up for the job he holds.

    Unfortunately, there are no good options. Even if Biden were to resign, a fully conscious Kamala Harris taking over is likely still a worse option. Thus, the country is left addled and leader-less. Those that chose to vote for Biden when these issues were apparent before the election are getting what they paid for.

    The first to state his case seems right until another comes and cross-examines him.

  • #2
    What's worse, you eliminate both of them and you're left with Nancy Pelosi.
    When I Survey....

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    • #3
      As I posted elsewhere yesterday


      Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
      After that yet another embarrassing performance The Spectator’s Dominic Green asks whether

      Is it more worrisome that Joe Biden might not be in charge, or that he actually is in charge?

      I'm always still in trouble again

      "You're by far the worst poster on TWeb" and "TWeb's biggest liar" --starlight (the guy who says Stalin was a right-winger)
      "Overall I would rate the withdrawal from Afghanistan as by far the best thing Biden's done" --Starlight
      "Of course, human life begins at fertilization that’s not the argument." --Tassman

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      • #4
        So what exactly was the purpose of that disastrous scripted and rehearsed Town Hall meeting? It wasn't like there was a lot of clamoring for one. And old Joe's keepers are likely more aware of his rapidly declining cognitive abilities than anyone. So what was the purpose of this Town Hall?

        I'm always still in trouble again

        "You're by far the worst poster on TWeb" and "TWeb's biggest liar" --starlight (the guy who says Stalin was a right-winger)
        "Overall I would rate the withdrawal from Afghanistan as by far the best thing Biden's done" --Starlight
        "Of course, human life begins at fertilization that’s not the argument." --Tassman

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        • #5
          Did you see where he explained to school children that part of his job is figuring out how to avoid questions?
          The first to state his case seems right until another comes and cross-examines him.

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          • #6
            I am waiting for his handlers to say something like, "Biden does NOT have dementia, he is merely an alcoholic!"

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            • #7
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              Source: The world awaits Biden test results



              In July, President(ish) Joe Biden addressed a sparsely-attended, little-viewed CNN event, saying 1) you won’t get COVID if you get the vaccine, 2) he will ban both rifles and handguns, and, then, 3) instructed a struggling small restauranteur to increase wages for employees who would rather accept federal COVID-related supplemental unemployment dollars than work.

              In order: False, betcha can’t, and … really?

              Last year, Joe called a voter “full of (feces)” for saying he’d confiscate guns – precisely what Biden promised last month.

              Also in July, Biden accused Big Tech of “killing people,” presumably because, in his (or someone’s) estimation, techies hadn’t done enough to suppress and de-platform people and websites carrying COVID-19 “misinformation” – a/k/a, facts, including expert opinions, disputing the government’s confusing, often-contradictory, non-science-based “official” narrative – after Big Tech had already spent more than a year censoring anyone who dared mention the pandemic’s Chinese origin.

              Constitutional law expert Jonathan Turley wrote: “The White House recently admitted that it was flagging ‘misinformation’ for censorship by companies like Facebook. Moreover, White House press secretary Jen Psaki has called for people to be banned from all social media if any one company bans them.

              “Biden is accusing these companies of actually killing people for refusing even more extensive censorship of speech. The statement equates free speech with death itself. […] Rather than seek to convince the skeptical, Biden wants to silence them and use these companies to control what is read and discussed about the pandemic. What is chilling is the degree to which reporters and academics have supported the massive censorship system in the United States. However, that system is clearly not…’robust enough’ for Biden who wants these companies to carry out a more complete censorship of opposing views.”

              But, speech is only protected by the U.S. Constitution, so no big deal, right?

              Joe, himself, is carefully scripted. Handlers limit his exposure even to subservient media already heavily invested in protecting Biden’s image. He’s given cheat sheets and lists of friendly reporters to call on during rare press appearances.

              But, despite being programmed and teleprompter-cued, Biden’s speech is full of verbal tics, vacuous pauses, often slurred, mumbled, and impenetrable.

              On Memorial Day, Biden read, “You know, America’s been forged in the basil and the fires of war.” CNN carried the clip.

              Extemporaneously, Joe often speaks his own untranslatable language. Its “glossary” includes, “nexnelsrent,” “badehkefkare,” “mybusswenwet,” and “truinderdashdubbadapreshure.” During the campaign, Joe promised, “…an effective strategy to mobilize trunalimunumaprzure.”

              All were immortalized on video.

              America’s preeminence in the global economy and peacekeeping makes our president the most powerful, most influential, most consequential person on the planet. The free world’s enemies constantly probe for American weaknesses to exploit.

              If Joe Biden is running on empty, America must act. The presidency is no job for a senescent fossil whose debilities already limit him to the lightest schedule of any modern executive.

              The United States cannot have a spent president, especially now.

              Joe Biden’s mental state is a legitimate medical concern, a matter of national security, so it’s inconceivable that White House physicians have not administered cognitive tests. Their failure to watch for, test and diagnose such conditions in any president would constitute medical malpractice.

              In fact, to deflate press speculations about his mental acuity, President Donald Trump voluntarily took a cognitive test, passed with flying colors and publicly released the results. The media called them “unconvincing.”

              But, why hasn’t Joe Biden done even that much? And why haven’t corporate media uncovered the facts? Don’t “journalistic standards” include investigating and reporting important news anymore?

              Apparently not. NY Times reporter Adam Nagourney: “It’s hard to parody Biden. He’s not polarizing, and people tend to find him likable. His ticks aren’t that interesting.”

              But, corporate media’s indifference notwithstanding, people are rightfully worried.

              Biden must be tested. And, if cognitive testing has been done, the results must be released.

              Whatever the diagnosis, though, since Biden’s virtually invisible, equally ineffectual next-in-line has already botched her “Border Czar” assignment, world troublemakers think they stand to gain either way.

              Some already have.

              Mr. Biden’s first “geopolitical leadership” test results came back negative: Joe’s craven, humiliating capitulation to Afghan savages – our Kabul embassy was sovereign U.S. territory – will embolden the free world’s always-attentive enemies.

              Afghanistan is just the beginning, so stay tuned.

              Unlike nature, ambitious aggressors and psychopaths love vacuums, especially vacuums like the Biden/Harris administration.



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              I'm always still in trouble again

              "You're by far the worst poster on TWeb" and "TWeb's biggest liar" --starlight (the guy who says Stalin was a right-winger)
              "Overall I would rate the withdrawal from Afghanistan as by far the best thing Biden's done" --Starlight
              "Of course, human life begins at fertilization that’s not the argument." --Tassman

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
                Questions About Joe Biden's Health Go Mainstream


                Going back to the 2020 presidential campaign, right-leaning media has been well ahead of the curve in asking serious questions about President Joe Biden’s mental health. As his presidential term has aged, things have only gotten worse, with numerous scenes of confusion and anger taking place.

                Just days ago, the president appeared to forget where he was, having to be saved by his wife (see Jill Biden Steps in to Save a Confused, Meandering Joe Biden). Other examples include Biden seemingly unable to control his anger at times, including with the families of slain soldiers. Past that, odd word salads and bumbling speeches have become what feels like a near-daily occurrence.

                Despite that, the mainstream press has largely deemed analysis of Biden’s decreasing mental state as off-limits. That changed today, though. The Wall Street Journal went public with their concerns, noting that what we are seeing is just not normal. Their breaking point was Biden’s latest CNN town hall.

                We take no pleasure in pointing this out, since the U.S. needs a President who can handle the the strains of the job. Mr. Biden was never Demosthenes, and all Presidents stumble in speech. But Mr. Biden’s frequent public confusion about the major issues of the day is a reason for growing public concern.

                Welcome to the party, guys. RedState has been chronicling the obvious mental decline of Joe Biden well before he assumed office, and at times dealing with great pushback from supposed “fact-checkers” looking to explain everything away. To see a major newspaper finally get on board is nice, but it’s also annoying, in that it should have happened long ago.

                It’s been clear for a long time that Biden is not well. The confusion that the Journal points out happens in essentially every public appearance. The president has no grasp of the issues when he’s not on the teleprompter, and even then, it’s difficult for him to make any distinctive point without tripping over himself. Call it dementia, senility, or something else, but we have a president who is not up for the job he holds.

                Unfortunately, there are no good options. Even if Biden were to resign, a fully conscious Kamala Harris taking over is likely still a worse option. Thus, the country is left addled and leader-less. Those that chose to vote for Biden when these issues were apparent before the election are getting what they paid for.
                To be fair there were a hand full of liberals issuing the same warning.

                I'm always still in trouble again

                "You're by far the worst poster on TWeb" and "TWeb's biggest liar" --starlight (the guy who says Stalin was a right-winger)
                "Overall I would rate the withdrawal from Afghanistan as by far the best thing Biden's done" --Starlight
                "Of course, human life begins at fertilization that’s not the argument." --Tassman

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