The recent video on C-SPAN of Joe Biden struggling to keep up with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer during a visit to the Capitol has set off a wave of speculation about the President’s health and fitness for office.
It appears that biden is having difficulty walking unaided, a sign of aging or failing mental acuity.
Western Journal reports, in another bizarre video, Joe Biden’s fitness for office is once again being questioned.
C-SPAN posted a video on its TikTok page on Friday showing Biden and Schumer walking to the Senate Democratic Luncheon.
However, there was something strange about the video. In the beginning, Biden held onto Schumer’s arm as they walked to lunch. Despite letting go, Biden continued to walk with an almost oblivious expression.
The internet responded immediately to the video with comments that are spot on.
One twitter user stated “The world is laughing at us”
Another Twitter user stated “ This just shows our country’s situation, a nation in decay!”
BD Phillips stated “ It’s sad to watch”
When it comes to presidential gaffes Biden takes the cake.
Fox News reports. Biden averaged just under half a gaffe per workday in January as he dodged press questions about his possession of classified information.
Biden tried to divert attention from his classified document scandal by focusing on border security, Ukraine, the January 6 riot, and infrastructure. Nevertheless, the gaffe-prone president continued to make gaffes in these speeches.
With the world on the brink of a third World War, it is more important than ever that our leaders project an image of strength and maturity — not of frailty, incompetence and mental decline. Unfortunately, videos of President Biden grasping onto Senator Schumer to stay upright and numerous public gaffes make it difficult to believe that he has the necessary mental acuity and physical health to lead us as Commander-in-Chief. This situation is especially concerning as his failing health could compromise our ability to stand strong in the face of powerful adversaries.
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