Watch: Democrats In PANIC After Debate Disaster

The real star of last week’s 2024 presidential debate was Joe Biden’s apparent dementia, even though everyone with eyes and ears could tell that former President Donald Trump easily won the debate.

It makes sense that Democrats are currently in a full-blown panic.

CNN International broadcast the event live worldwide. Pat Gray says, “They witnessed Joe Biden last night in all his senile grandeur.

No one can dispute it. This time, we could all see it. We are aware that it was real and that it took place.

However, in typical mainstream media fashion, they’re already trying to downplay Biden’s awful performance as merely cold.

Did the cold cause him to become completely disoriented and suffer from Alzheimer’s disease? Oh, I have a really nasty cold. It’s time for someone to call a doctor.

Even though Biden spent a week at Camp David in preparation for the debate, Gray is quite impressed that he was unable to find the energy to speak.

And they succeeded in delivering it. It’s amazing. I suppose no medicine can save him,” Gray says to Jeffy and Keith Malinak.

“Yes?” Says Malinak. The medicines he was taking for the State of the Union couldn’t have been the same for him. Perhaps they are no longer effective.

Even after winning the coin flip, Biden was unable to proceed, choosing the podium at which to stand rather than making the concluding statement and having microphones fitted with mute buttons.

According to Malinak, “Trump benefited from the split screen and, as we indicated, from the microphone mute.”

“Because it allowed Biden to carry on with his mumbling,” Gray continues.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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