The dementia is getting worse. Someone should really call the doctor. It’s time we put this man, this so-called president, in a rest home.
The guy can’t even remember how his own son died. It’s a crying shame if you ask me.
I almost hate to poke fun at the guy, because his mental capacity is no laughing matter. We trust Joe Biden with the nuclear codes, and it’s pretty evident that he probably can’t remember them anymore. Worse yet, he’d probably give them to Putin, and then say “come on man, back in my day, that’s how the deal was done”.
No matter how you slice it, our president is suffering from a diminishing mental capacity.
Giving a speech in Colorado to designate Camp Hale as a national monument, the president discussed the many sacrifices that soldiers make before citing his son Beau as an example.
“I say this as a father of a man and won the Bronze Star, the conspicuous service medal, and lost his life in Iraq,” Biden said.
Although Biden’s son did serve in Iraq, he died of brain cancer in 2015.
In late September, the president appeared to call out for now-deceased Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN) when giving a speech at a White House event.
“Jackie are you here? Where’s Jackie?” Biden asked.
“I didn’t think she was going to be here,” he added.
Remembering Beau Biden
Beau Biden was perhaps the best the Bidens had to offer the world. Beau was the oldest son of Joe Biden (with his first wife Nelia). He grew up to be an American politician, lawyer, and officer in the Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAG). He actually served in Iraq, and even earned a Bronze Star for his efforts. Further, his military awards include a posthumous Legion of Merit for his service in the Delaware National Guard and the Delaware Conspicuous Service Cross, which is “awarded for heroism, meritorious service and outstanding achievement”.
If only all the Biden’s were so highly decorated. But his younger brother must’ve missed the memo entitled “how to live a life of honor”. Because when it comes to awards, I’m afraid Hunter’s collection includes “most famous crackhead son” and “most hookers and cocaine in one weekend”. Hell, Hunter’s so messed up, he actually has “stole dead brother’s wife” on his resume.
These men are so profoundly different, yet they have one thing in common.
Beau and Hunter actually came from the same sperm donor. Not that he’ll remember them for much longer. It’s not surprising that Biden can no longer keep the details straight in his mind.
This is a man that has lied for political reasons all his life. He lied about the death of his first wife, claiming she was hit by a drunk driver when she most likely drove into oncoming traffic on purpose, committing suicide and killing her infant daughter.
He lied about his grades in law school, earning scholarships, and just how many degrees he earned. Biden’s claimed he cured cancer, marched for civil rights, rode 17,000 miles with Chinese President Xi Jinping. He once said it only took one phone call from him to end gang violence. If that whopper isn’t enough, Biden also claimed Al Qaeda was long gone from Afghanistan, inflation wasn’t happening, and I won’t even touch covid or the vaccine.
When a man spends his entire life crafting lies, it’s easy to see how fading memories, old age, and dementia can work together to create mass destruction of the mind. And mark my words, Biden’s lack of mental competence will soon prove to be a dangerous situation.