G. McConway
December 16, 2022

REPORT: Biden Getting Frustrated Over Age Discussions

One of the biggest issues that Joe Biden is going to have if he decides to run in 2024 is convincing people his age is not an issue.

Biden would be running for office at 82 years old.

After more brain freezes and mental gaffes than we can count, Biden’s age is one of the top questions he now faces.

According to reports, Biden is now starting to vent his frustration to staff over the constant questions about his age.

Cussing Joe

Biden reportedly told one ally, “You think I don’t know how fu**ing old I am?”

A reporter recently asked Biden if he was going to take a mental acuity test, he responded, “Why the hell would I take a test?”

Well, maybe because he cannot remember the name of half his staff and wants to know why dead people are not attending his functions.

Dr. Ben Carson recently called Biden’s mental health into question, stating, “That’s so typical of people in early stages of decline, to become aggressive and very defensive about who they are. It tells you that they know a little bit about what’s going on. They don’t want you to know.”

On running again, Biden recently stated, “My intention is that I run again, but I am a great respecter of fate, and this is ultimately a family decision. I think everybody wants me to run, but we’re going to have discussions about it, and I don’t feel any hurry one way or another to make that judgment today, tomorrow, whenever, no matter what my predecessor does.”

Biden recently stated that he was hoping to get some time off over Christmas to discuss the idea of running again with Jill Biden, you know, because he barely takes any time off.

Biden asked people to watch him,  and they are, and they clearly do not like what they are seeing.

Source: Daily Caller

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