G. McConway
May 10, 2023

Biden Mental Breakdown During Interview

The interview with MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle was a complete and utter joke.

However, it did provide us with yet another Biden mental lapse.

It also gave us a comment that should start your morning off with a bit of a giggle.

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Ruhle asked Biden about how he ran to return the soul of our nation. She outlined that hate crimes are on the rise, and gun violence is rising with Joe Biden in office.

At that moment, you can hear a Biden staffer say something along the lines of “I object,” but Biden put his hand up and told the staffer he would take the question.

This was clearly a question that Biden had not been prepped on, and it showed horribly.

Watch very carefully here, as first he calls the former president Obama, then he literally forgets who the former president was. He could not even name Donald Trump and stumbled through the answer…

The next moment is pure comedy.

Ruhle asked Biden why an 82-year-old Joe Biden would be the right person for the job when there is not a CEO in the country that would hire someone his age to run their company.

Biden’s answer is comical. He calls himself trustworthy, and actually has the audacity to say, “I know more than the vast majority of people.”

That answer right there tells you the arrogance of the man, as well as the pure delusional world that he lives in.

Every decision this man has made since taking office has been the wrong one, yet he seems to consider himself one of the smartest men on the planet.

God help this country with this idiot sitting in the Oval Office.

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