In the middle of everything, his health has become a problem for voters, who routinely express concern about it when surveyed, and that fear is supported by ample data. Biden has made numerous public appearances in which his senility flashes through like a thousand suns. He’s not okay, and he’s getting worse as he gets older.
However, according to a new source, the president has no plans to acknowledge that fact. Instead, when the subject of his age is brought up, he appears to go into profanity-laced tirades.
“As he considers a candidacy for a second term in 2024, the oldest-ever commander-in-chief, who hit 80 last month, has “voiced to allies” about how often the matter is discussed in the media, Politico reported Tuesday.”
“Do you think I have no idea how f—ing old I am? According to the site, an irritated Biden — who apparently has a penchant for swearing — ranted to one of his friends earlier this year. Biden, who has stated he intends to run for re-election for another four years but has delayed making a formal decision until early next year, will be 86 years old when he leaves office if he serves a full second term.”
Anger outbursts are an indication of dementia. Just a thought.
The absence of self-awareness is astounding. Is he genuinely blind to how much he’s deteriorated in recent years? Is he unable to comprehend when he stumbles over his words, forgets names, or otherwise seems like a man who should be living in an assisted-living facility?
Normal people can usually recognize when they are slowing down and react accordingly. Biden, on the other hand, is a bull in a china shop. He honestly feels he is as capable as he was at 50, with no awareness of his own state or how others perceive him. That is most likely the most terrifying aspect of the issue. His tremendous lack of self-awareness is the most compelling proof that he should not be in government.
The notion that he will run for re-election is absurd. On the other hand, given Biden’s ego and his wife’s evident desire to stay in the White House as long as possible, it’s likely. So, as bad as things are now, they’re about to get a lot worse. Consider the president campaigning in 2024. On the plus side, intrepid conservative critics will have plenty of fodder to work with.