Biden Video Captures Another Embarrassing “Senior Moment”

The 81-year-old president almost fell twice lately while he was making his way up the steps to Air Force One, which may have resulted in injuries and hospitalization.

Though Secret Service personnel have recently been spotted carefully observing him from the foot of the steps, the president was seen climbing somewhat shorter stairs than normal when he almost fell twice.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) state that those 65 years of age and older are more likely to sustain injuries in the case of a fall.

“Falls are common and expensive, particularly for Americans 65 years of age and older. However, falls are avoidable and do not have to be a natural aspect of aging.”

“According to data, falls account for one out of every two injuries and deaths among older adults (65 and over) in the United States. In the United States, one in four senior citizens will fall at some point in their lives, making falls a public health problem, especially for the aging population.”

Even though Biden’s physical examination from last year said he was “fit for duty,” it also revealed that the president has neuropathy in his feet and a stiff stride. This raises concerns about why the Secret Service won’t at least follow the president as he climbs a long staircase. The president previously fell and hurt himself while traveling aboard Air Force One last year in Poland, as Breitbart News revealed. The same situation happened to him in 2021, when he repeatedly staggered while boarding his vehicle.

Breitbart News stated that Biden fell three times in March 2021 as he boarded Air Force One, and the wind was partly at fault.

It continued, “Some observers worry that Biden’s physical condition may be an indicator of his mental health.”

Without any Secret Service operatives to support him in case he collapsed, the president staggered up to Air Force One in March 2023.

The majority of Americans, according to a recent ABC News/Ipsos survey, believe that Biden is now too elderly to serve another term.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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