DeSantis Chimes In On Biden’s Failing Mind

Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis has implied that President Joe Biden lacks the mental capacity to perform the functions of the office.

DeSantis wrote in a post on X that “Biden’s agonizing debate performance left an indelible impact on voters: it is evident that he is not cognitively capable of executing the duties of the presidential position.” “The media understood this, therefore the calls to remove Biden immediately aren’t based on a moral objection to a president with cognitive impairment; rather, they are based on their knowledge that he will lose the race.”

Earlier this year, DeSantis withdrew from the Republican presidential primary and endorsed former President Donald Trump following a dismal showing in the Republican Iowa caucuses.

In an attempt to force Vice President Kamala Harris to invoke the 25th Amendment in order to declare Joe Biden incompetent to serve as president, Republican Representative Chip Roy of Texas has introduced a resolution.

According to the New York Times editorial board, Biden should withdraw from the race.

However, despite the president’s critically criticized debate performance against former President Donald Trump, Democratic Sen. John Fetterman of Pennsylvania has persisted in his unwavering support of Biden’s reelection campaign.

“After the debate, I won’t be joining the Democratic vultures perched on Biden’s shoulder. I am the only one who is aware that a heated argument does not represent a person or their record in its entirety,” Fetterman tweeted.

Republicans have no qualms about running a campaign with a convicted felon. But because of one intense argument, some Democrats are “freaking out,” feeding the bulls [***] narrative. In another post, he said, “I’m proud to continue doing what I did to support Biden back then.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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