Previous Brain Injuries and Serious Heart Condition Have Doctors Worried About Biden

Things are continuing to go south for Joe Biden lately. The puppet masters are losing control over their plaything.

At this point, I'm really skeptical about Joe Biden finishing out this term. He may not even finish out this first year.

We've long known that Biden is decrepit and has only been getting worse as time goes on. That's just the way life is. Time wears on the human genome and we fall apart. Joe Biden is no exception.

At least he has an excuse though. The Democrats who supposedly elected this imbecile are without excuse.

I've been of the opinion that he has been suffering from dementia or Alzheimer's disease. I don't say that lightly. When I see the way he acts or the things he says, it really makes me thing he has one of them.

Last week, a top cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra, consultant and expert in evidence-based medicine, expressed concerns about Biden’s age and mental and physical well being.

Biden – at 78 – is the oldest president and has previously suffered two brain aneurysms and a heart condition which makes the muscle beat too fast, causing dizziness and confusion.

This would explain a lot, to be honest. When you look at Joe Biden from when he was debating Paul Ryan and then compare that to the way he behaves now, there's no question that he's not on top of his game. Even back when he debated President Trump last year you could see that there had been a serious mental decline. If it weren't for others feeding him information on what to say he would not have been able to pull off the debate.

Calls for impeaching Joe Biden and bringing in the 25th Amendment to have him removed may not even be the best option because then we'd have Kamala Harris behind the wheel. And then what? If we manage to get rid of her, then you know who is next right? Nasty Nancy.

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