With all due respect, is Biden all there?

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With all due respect and honor due to the leader of the free world, I have to ask, is President Joe Biden all there? There have been rumors of dementia as far back as when he was running for President. The media covered for him then, as they do now, calling his mistakes “gaffes.” I remember when he said during his Presidential campaign that he was running for the Senate.

It would be unfair to point to the occasional misstep as a sign of mental decline. However, the more he campaigned, the more those “gaffes” appeared. You would see them even when he was reading from a teleprompter.

Political commentators have been monitoring President Biden throughout his career and the contrast of his earlier years with today are striking and undeniable. The American Spectator made these comments in the article, “Tracking Biden’s Mental Decline.”

The jumbled speech often leaves voters wondering what Biden means to convey. 

Speaking on the coronavirus for an interview with the View in March, Biden said, “We have to take care of the cure. That will make the problem worse no matter what — no matter what.”

In an April ABC interview, Biden said, “We have never, never let our democracy sakes second fiddle a way that we can both have a democracy and elections and at the same time, correct the public health.”

At a CNBC interview in May from his basement, Biden said, “I mean we should be invested, we, we should become the net exporter of the new technology by investing the 40 billion dollars in the, the, the 400 billion dollars I’m proposing in research and development for new ways to absorb carbon.”

Fast forward to the Biden Presidency and the sycophantic adoration from the mainstream media has become nauseatingly apparent, even overseas. To quote Sky News host – Alan Jones:

President Joe Biden continues to “blunder on” while enjoying a “dream honeymoon” from the US media.

“When Donald Trump was President, the typical CNN fare was chronicling Trump’s ten worst abuses of power,” Mr Jones said. “How does the Western world survive and democracy thrive, if there is not honest and objective assessment of this already flawed President”.

The people see this and the politicians who work on the Hill see it too. Senator Lindsey Graham has been quite vocal lately, voicing doubts on who is really in charge at the Whitehouse. To quote a Newsmax interview of Senator Graham:

“I like Joe Biden, but the agenda is AOC [Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D‑N. Y.], [House Speaker Nancy] Pelosi, [Senate Majority Leader Chuck] Schumer, Sen. Bernie Sanders,” Graham told “Greg Kelly Reports” of his former fellow senator Biden.

“So, no, I don’t think Joe Biden’s in charge.”

So, does this mean that President Biden is President in name only? Sometimes it seems that way. It was reported by The Epoch Times recently that Vice President Kamala Harris was the one calling heads of state; a job customary to the President.

And did you know this?

A bit more context from BPR:

Dozens of House Democrats have sent a letter to President Joe Biden urging him to relinquish sole control over the country’s nuclear weapons codes, citing “real risks” that could lead to an accidental or rogue launch.

“…Vesting one person with this authority entails real risks,” said the letter, which was led by California Rep. Jimmy Panetta. “Past presidents have threatened to attack other countries with nuclear weapons or exhibited behavior that caused other officials to express concern about the president’s judgment.”

“While any president would presumably consult with advisors before ordering a nuclear attack, there is no requirement to do so,” the letter further states. “The military is obligated to carry out the order if they assess it is legal under the laws of war. Under the current posture of U.S. nuclear forces, that attack would happen in minutes.”

As much as President Trump was reviled by Democrats (and some Republicans – to be fair), NO ONE suggested that he should be denied sole control of the nuclear codes. Does this make me very, very, very, very and VERY concerned? YES, especially since Biden launched his first airstrike today.

Oboy.

Now, traditionally, the President would have given his first State of the Union address by now. (Click here for a history of when President’s have given their first SOTU addresses.) However, President Biden has not. Why? Speculation is high that it is due to his (obvious?) mental faculties being in decline. Whether that is true or not, the optics of President Biden not following tradition is more fodder to his political enemies. To save face, President Biden will have to speak soon or, present a very good reason why he cannot stand before the American people. I predict a false flag operation. Something that promotes the narrative that Trump supporters are dangerous and thus justifies the military stationed at the Capital and the huge wall of protection. Something to change the subject away from dementia; at least for a little while.

Oh, wait, what’s this?

https://twitter.com/disclosetv/status/1365019191116509197

Ugh.

I’m done. More tomorrow.