October 19, 2023

Biden Health Front and Center During Israel War

One of the knocks against Joe Biden is that during times of crisis, he just will not have the energy level to be able to hold down the fort.

That premise is being tested now, as Biden has been forced to put in longer hours than usual because of the Hamas attack against Israel (not to mention he has not been able to take the last few weekends off in Delaware to recharge).

In just that short period of time, Joe Biden is clearly the worse for wear, a point made by even the media.

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During Joe Biden’s recent “60 Minutes” interview with Scott Pelley, he opened up his segment by noting how tired Joe Biden appeared.

Pelley stated, "As we spoke to the president, his Secretary of State was in Israel; his Defense Secretary was at a NATO meeting on Ukraine. America's oldest president seemed tired from directing all of this.

"It had been a rough week and we could see it on him.”

The interview was a softball interview meant to instill confidence in Biden, but it hardly accomplished that.

Pelley never pushed back on any Biden claims, nor did he bother to call him out on the dozens of lies he has told in just the last few weeks.

But it was clear in watching this interview that Biden was running on empty…

Several days after that interview, with Biden being forced to do press conferences on Israel, he traveled to Israel for a very expensive photo op.

This was what he looked like after…

The caption on that X post said it best… there is literally nobody home.

We have the potential for World War III to develop, and that is the man that we are supposed to entrust the safety of our nation with right now.

It is hard to fathom that half this country is still behind that man.

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