By Duncan Smith
Joe Biden isn’t ‘all there’ anymore.
That’s just true. He is easily early-stage dementia, and maybe even full-blown Alzheimers.
Anyone who listens to the man try and talk for five minutes can tell.
He snaps at people. He’s overly aggressive when he doesn’t have to be. He forgets things. He literally cannot show up to do an event without his handlers having given him cheat sheets and cue cards.
None of this would matter if he weren’t the president of the United States.
But he is because he’s been installed.
Now, however, the charade is over.
More than a dozen Republican lawmakers have finally stepped up and done what should have been done last summer during the campaign — when it was obvious then that Biden’s mind was slipping away.
Led by former White House physician-turned-Texas GOP Rep. Ronnie Jackson, the group is demanding that Biden undergo a cognitive test and make the results public.
'The American people should have absolute confidence in their President,' reads the letter to Biden, according to the New York Post. 'They deserve to know that he or she can perform the duties of Head of State and Commander in Chief. They deserve full transparency on the mental capabilities of their highest elected leader.'
The Post adds:
The letter, which is copied to chief White House medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci and current White House Physician Dr. Kevin O'Connor, claims that Biden's 'mental decline and forgetfulness have become more apparent over the past eighteen months.'
Examples Jackson cites of Biden's 'mental decline and forgetfulness' include an incident from March when the president appeared to forget the name of Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.
'I want to thank the sec — the, the, ah former general. I keep calling him general, but my, my — the guy who runs that outfit over there,' Biden said March 8 while announcing the nomination of two female generals to lead US military combatant commands.
Other examples cited in the letter include the president confusing Air Force One and Air Force Two, and an abortive attempt to recite the first line of the Declaration of Independence in March 2020, during which Biden said: 'We hold these truths to be self-evident. All men and women are created by the, you know, you know, the thing.'
'Most school-age children could recite that famous and revered patriotic phrase by heart, but you could not,' Jackson writes.
There probably aren’t six Republican voters in the entire country who want Kamala Harris as president or another senior citizen, Nancy Pelosi, as vice president.
But we can’t continue to pretend about Biden anymore. His mental status decline is a major national security issue.
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