Evidence of President Joe Biden’s declining cognitive abilities is continuing to pile up, and it’s something that even members of the mainstream media are no longer trying to hide.
As the Daily Wire noted, MSNBC broadcast an interview with Biden last week in which the president appeared to zone out.
The incident occurred after host Jonathan Capehart asked Biden if his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, supported his plans to seek another term in 2024.
Biden stared blankly for a moment, leading Capehart to say, “Mr. President?” He then added, “Dr. Biden thinks that uh, my wife thinks that uh, that I uh, that, that we’re, that we’re doing something very important.”
BIDEN: “It’s my intention to run again.”
Q: “Dr. Biden is for it?”
Q: “Mr. President?”
BIDEN: “Dr. Biden thinks that uh, my wife thinks that uh, that I uh, that, that we’re, that we’re doing something very important.”
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 21, 2022
That led former White House physician and current Republican Texas Rep. Ronny Jackson to say that Biden’s confusion has become “a national security threat.”
In an interview yesterday, Biden was unable to answer if his wife wanted him to run for a 2nd term. He was TOTALLY CONFUSED! Our “president” not being able to answer a question like this is a national security THREAT! His cognitive decline is too far gone. He needs to RESIGN NOW!
— Ronny Jackson (@RonnyJacksonTX) October 22, 2022
Biden grows incoherent when asked about Democrats avoiding him
This was not the first time in recent days that the president’s mental acuity has been called into question, as last Thursday Biden grew incoherent after a reporter pointed out that Senate candidates in Ohio and Georgia seem to be keeping their distance.
What language is this? pic.twitter.com/KyOxUuBxm7
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) October 20, 2022
“Sir, why don’t more candidates want to be seen in public with you, like Mr. Fetterman?” a journalist asked. Biden responded with, “They’re — they’re — what are you talking about?”
“Tim Ryan in Ohio says he doesn’t want you there. Warnock said he wouldn’t say. Do you think they’re making a mistake?” the reporter replied.
“No. There have been 16 that have already (inaudible), and a lot more have asked — another 20 or so,” the president insisted. “So I’m going to be doing it.”