Is President Joe Biden “an older man struggling to maintain his abilities?”
It’s one of the unflattering – or at least shady – things the social network noticed after CNN’s presidential town hall Wednesday night in the Cincinnati area where Biden pushed vaccinations, spending plans, his gun control and the impression this is definitely not the man to do leading the free world.
The two clips in particular seem to have summed up the overall atmosphere of the show. In the first, Biden was baffled when asked about when vaccines would be available for children under 12.
“And the question is whether we should be in your position – why can’t the experts say that we know that this virus – in fact – is, is imminent – or , sorry – we “We, we know why all approved drugs are not approved temporarily, but are approved permanently,” Biden said.
“That is also underway. I hope that happens quickly.”
WATCH: Joe Biden struggles to keep his thoughts straight when it comes to vaccines. pic.twitter.com/32J4Iv3N1S
– RNC Research (@RNCResearch) July 22, 2021
In another post, Biden began by talking about vaccine hesitancy and ended up rambling about the men on the moon and “whether those aliens are here or not.”
Joe Biden rambling: “With or without a man on the moon” pic.twitter.com/ljNkOXn91N
– RNC Research (@RNCResearch) July 22, 2021
For context, before the clip, Biden mentioned who you’ll meet when you want an answer to a nagging question: “Either, you know – or, or, or, or mom and dad, or, or, or neighbors or when you go to church or when you – now, me, me, me, I really mean it. There are trustworthy interlocutors,” Biden said.
“Think of the people, if, if your kid wants to find out if there’s – there’s a man on the moon or whatever, you know, something, or, you know, whether these Is that alien here or not, you know, who are the people they talk to besides the kids who love to talk about it? “
Sure, yes, anything.
It wasn’t such a full hour, which is a pity. As someone who really enjoys auto racing, I never knew how NASCAR views crashes. Thanks to Joe Biden’s town halls, I can now almost dig into the experience – a whole bunch of tedium punctuated by a few shrill explosions of squeaks and metal clatter.
However, there is a flip side to entertaining yourself. In NASCAR, depending on what happens, someone could get hurt. In town halls, no matter what happens, Biden is the leader of the free world when it’s over.
That sobering thought led conservative researcher Todd Starnes to note that Biden appears to be “an older man struggling to maintain his abilities.”
Are we all going to ignore what we saw on CNN tonight – an elderly man struggling to maintain his footing on national television? #TownHall
– toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) July 22, 2021
“Are we all going to ignore what we saw on CNN tonight – an elderly man struggling to maintain his footing on national television?” Starnes tweeted.
Tom Elliott, chief executive officer of video clip provider Grabien, tried to go viral with this two-word caption to Biden’s first rambling reply: “Crush it.”
Crush it pic.twitter.com/DI21CUSp7k
– Tom Elliott (@tomsellott) July 22, 2021
Political strategist Caleb Hull commented: “This guy is our president and can’t even finish a sentence.”
This guy is our president and can’t even finish a sentence pic.twitter.com/msvnm1fWxp
– Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) July 22, 2021
Podcaster Dave Rubin: “How come Don Lemon’s next question isn’t, ‘Joe, are you okay?'”
How come Don Lemon’s next question isn’t, “Joe, are you okay?” https://t.co/Aa2olCx9Lt
– Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) July 22, 2021
GOP Representative. Elise Stefanik of New York: “Is this real? And the media will continue to pry and look the other way.”
Is this true? 🤔
And the media will continue to bother and look the other way. https://t.co/lPY89qzCFd
– Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik) July 22, 2021
As a result, libertarians might be tempted to rationalize Wednesday night’s performance:
It’s cool to mock a guy who stutters
– (@jimmyotx) July 22, 2021
He faced stuttering as a child and worked very hard to overcome it. It still shows up sometimes, but ask any expert. It has nothing to do with intelligence or ability… and certainly integrity and honor and sincerity and a good heart AND MIND!
– Susan Jalech (@ForeverBlueSue) July 22, 2021
Sorry. This has nothing to do with Joe Biden’s stuttering. Yes, Biden has a stutter, and that’s not what people are making fun of. He’s had it all his public life. However, what we are seeing now is not Joe Biden in 1971, 1991 or 2011.
Sure, he’ll say stupid things later, and has absolutely nothing to do with his stuttering at the time. (Tell me, responsible stutterer once told an Indian-American man “you can’t go to 7-Eleven or Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a little Indian accent” back to 2006? Does stuttering make you prone to stereotyping? Where is the link to a voice obstacle there, keyboard warriors?)
Does Joe Biden have a cognitive impairment?
Yes: 100% (203 Votes)
No: 0% (1 Vote)
At least you know he’s talking anything elseeven so, and the frequency is so rare that you can just ignore it.
Those jokes happen more often – and it’s not just the Dunkin’ Donuts cliché, though it still happens.
Now we can’t even tell what he’s talking about. I’m not sure Don Lemon knew, and I’m sure our president didn’t. He sounded like – well, “an elderly man struggling to maintain his abilities.” Todd Starnes was right.
Thanks to the president’s limo, at least we don’t have to worry about him driving his car, but now we have to care that he’s driving for the country. If you enjoy watching NASCAR for breakdowns, I think you’ll really enjoy it.
It’s a shame that he would put stars and stripes into the retaining wall quite a bit over the next few years.
https://www.westernjournal.com/biden-labeled-elderly-man-struggling-maintain-faculties-disastrous-town-hall/ | Biden Labeled ‘Elderly Man Struggling to Maintain His Faculties’ After Disastrous Town Hall