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June 17, 2024

Joe Biden Freezes on Stage, Obama Leads Him Off

This weekend, there was a mega-fundraiser in Hollywood to support Joe Biden.

Stars like Jack Black and George Clooney got up to tell people how wonderful and sharp Joe Biden is and that voting for him is a vote to save democracy in this country.

Then Joe did a panel discussion, and his mind just shut down.

This Way, Joe

The evening was a huge success for Joe Biden.

His campaign raised somewhere in the neighborhood of $30 million, setting a new campaign record for Biden.

Donors were rewarded for spending their money with speeches by people who play pretend for a living, most of whom live in gated and exclusive communities where they will never be impacted by Joe Biden’s policies.

Then there was a panel discussion with Jimmy Kimmel, Joe Biden, and Barack Obama.

At the conclusion of that discussion, all three rose to thunderous applause, and just as Joe started to wave to his adoring fans, his mind shut down.

He stood there like a mannequin until his bracelet buddy, Barack Obama, tugged on his arm, then helped guide Joe off the stage, likely whispering something along the lines of “Just follow me, Joe. Everything is going to be okay. We have ice cream if you don’t fall.”

This was how it looked…

The most recent polling showed that 57% of Americans think that Joe’s mind is deteriorating and 60% believe the media helped cover it all up.

The ruse seems to be over, as Americans are finally realizing that Biden is nothing more than an empty vessel and we truly have no idea who is actually running this country.

The only thing we really know is that it is not Joe Biden.

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