Joe Biden’s mental health is unraveling right in front of the public’s eyes.
He isn’t able to maintain a façade any longer.
Joe Biden’s aides revealed a scary side of the president that screams alarm bells.
Even before he was president, it was clear that Joe Biden wasn’t able to cope well under pressure.
“You’re full of sh*t,” he told a man who confronted Biden on the campaign trail about the fact that he’s “actively trying to end our Second Amendment right.”
When a retired farmer asked about Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings, Joe Biden exploded.
“You’re a damn liar,” Biden said before challenging the man to “an IQ test,” and calling him “fat” and “too old.”
This is how Biden treated voters in front of the cameras. It’s little surprise that there’s reports of him snapping at staff in profane outbursts.
Even The New York Times couldn’t justify the way Biden treats his aides.
“Avoiding Mr. Biden’s ire during one of his decision-making seminars means not only going beyond the vague talking points that he will reject, but also steering clear of responses laced with acronyms or too much policy minutiae, which will prompt an outburst of frustration, often laced with profanity.” The New York Times wrote.
They also exposed the fact that Biden is having trouble keeping up with complex ideas and likes to keep conversations simple.
“Let’s talk plain English here, he will often snap,” the Times reported him as saying, adding that Biden is “quick to cut off conversations” and that he “even occasionally hangs up the phone on someone who he thinks is wasting his time.”
The Times admitted, “What emerges is a portrait of a president with a short fuse.”
It could be that Biden’s age is catching up to him.
Even though his public statement lasted only five minutes and 49 seconds, Biden hesitated and stumbled a number of times, yet “his aides say it takes a lot of behind-the-scenes work to prepare him to project an assured demeanor,” according to the Times.
It shouldn’t take practice to read a five-minute speech off of a teleprompter but that’s what Biden’s aides admitted he does.
Last week, 120 retired generals and admirals from the United States Armed Forces warned Biden in a letter about “deep peril” under his leadership and questioned whether his health was affecting his job performance.
“The mental and physical condition of the Commander in Chief cannot be ignored,” the letter stated. “He must be able to quickly make accurate national security decisions involving life and limb anywhere, day or night. Recent Democrat leadership’s inquiries about nuclear code procedures sends a dangerous national security signal to nuclear armed adversaries, raising the question about who is in charge. We must always have an unquestionable chain of command.”
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