June 16, 2024

Half of voters expect Biden to forget where he is during upcoming debate

President Joe Biden is likely furious over a recent survey.

According to a J.L. Partners poll, 49% of voters believe Biden will forget where he is during the presidential debate.

Considering the fact that an investigation has already been launched and concluded that touched on the mental status of Joe Biden, it is likely that those voters are right.

In his findings, special counsel Robert Hur called Joe Biden a “sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.”

In that probe, Hur also found that Biden stored classified documents in his GARAGE.

He probably forgot he put in there in the first place!

That’s just the investigation.

We have other proof that we have all seen with our own eyes.

Far too often Biden has been seen falling down, forgetting where he is, or standing around looking dazed and confused.

He’s even been caught picking his own nose.

Further, there have been multiple insiders at the White House who have stepped forward to speak about how the president's wife, first lady Jill Biden, has intentionally hidden her husband’s cognitive decline from the outside world.

In a previous press conference, after Joe Biden slipped up, it is said that Jill Biden was furious and demanded to know “Why didn't anyone stop that?”

She takes his arm and leads him to make sure nothing bad happens.

In a nutshell, Joe Biden is truly a puppet at this point.

If he is not coherent enough to get through a press conference without getting confused, why should he be allowed to lead this nation for another four years.

It is wrong, and people inside the Biden administration know it.

Yet, they continue to keep up this false narrative that Joe Biden is competent and coherent.

At this point, one thing is CLEAR -- not Jill Biden, not Joe’s advisors, nor anyone else, will be able to help him once he steps on that debate stage.

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