Biden Shocks Everyone With Embarrassing Mental Episode

This week, Joe Biden was once more relaxing at his Delaware beach property.

He traveled from there to Santa Clara County, California, where he made statements about the environment and climate change. Later, he has a campaign reception to attend. Representative Anna Eshoo (D-CA) and California Governor Gavin Newsom attended his speech on climate change; others speculate that Newsom may be promoting a covert campaign to succeed Biden if he is unable to do so.

But he doesn’t appear to have been revitalized by his time in Delaware. More requests for him to resign and appeals for the 25th Amendment to be used followed what he said.

“And perhaps most significantly,” Biden added, “I’m committed that by 2020, we will have saved 30% of all the lands and rivers the United States has control over, while also reducing emissions to mitigate the effects of climate change.”

When was that? Even so, he doesn’t appear to know. But hey, he’ll have cut his consumption by 30% by that point.

It became worse. He wasn’t even able to finish the thought and point he was attempting to convey.

“A handful of firms are suing financial institutions because they want to examine whether or not you’re ecologically — but I am not going to get into all that,” Biden stated. That is his signal to stop speaking when he can’t finish his thought, either due to the fact that he can’t recall what he was about to say or simply because he realizes he was about to say something inappropriate. He stands in by saying, “Anyway, I am not going to get into that,” or “Anyway, I’ve been talking too long.”

He reiterated a point on which he has recently appeared to be focusing on, asserting that climate change is “The ultimate threat to humanity. The danger to humanity’s existence.”

I suppose we can now put racial supremacy along with nuclear weapons out of our minds. Those other risks he mentions when appealing to other audiences do not exist when he is catering to a climate audience.

When Biden finished his speech, Representative Anna Eshoo physically dragged him across the platform like a three-year-old that needed to be taken to meet with the audience.

Who could have thought that this man would beg for four more years and seek office in 2024? What he does right now barely gets him by, and things are just going from bad to worse. Sister Toldjah and Andrew Malcolm, two of my coworkers, offered insightful analyses of Biden’s decline. Andrew Malcolm discussed the challenge this puts us in with Biden as the purported commander-in-chief who would have to send our men and women into conflict, while Sister Toldjah wrote about the brutality of this from Jill Biden. But he regularly stumbles over his words. He won’t be awake for the call at three in the morning, so what will he do?

While Donald Trump is performing well in the polls when compared to the Republican race for the nomination, he is also performing well when compared to Joe Biden. One of them is that people are beginning to realize how awful Biden is right now, in addition to the terrible policies he has.

When will it all be too much, even for Democrats willing to do everything to remain in power? Maybe it explains why Newsom appears to be warming up in the bullpen.

Author: Steven Sinclaire


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