In a tweet over the weekend, Hume noted, “Biden has always made gaffes by the bushel, but some his recent ones suggest the kind of memory loss associated with senility.”
We received a message this morning from a well placed source that told us Joe Biden will shortly be announcing he is dropping out of the Democratic 2020 primary race. I think it is more than obvious to anyone watching Biden on the campaign trail that he looks depleted, confused and continually tired. Part of that could be due to his advanced age, and it could also be due to early onset dementia which causes all those symptoms.
Many in the press have picked up on this, and the chatter has increased so much that Biden was forced to have his doctor step in to say that his “brain was OK”, but it’s not OK and everyone knows it. The longer Biden stays in the race, the more damage he will do to someone else who is actually capable of winning the nomination. So look for Joe Biden in the coming weeks to announce he’s dropping out, you heard it here first. The last political prediction we made was with Donald Trump in February of 2016, let’s see if lighting can strike twice.
Brit Hume Suggests Biden’s Gaffes Are Actually Associated with Early Onset Dementia
FROM WESTERN JOURNAL: Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume rarely raises his voice, lets empty rhetoric go unchallenged, or refrains from challenging Fox News liberals like Juan Williams. (In Hume’s defense, Williams usually needs to be chastised for his cockamamy ideas.)
Hume is a clear, concise, deliberate thinker. He isn’t given to bombast. That’s actually one area in which he and Williams frequently butt heads. Williams’ more grandiose or colorful pronouncements consistently rub Hume the wrong way.
But recently, Hume sounded a little bit more like Williams than some might expect, and perhaps not without reason.
In a tweet over the weekend, Hume noted, “Biden has always made gaffes by the bushel, but some his recent ones suggest the kind of memory loss associated with senility.” Hume was specifically referring to Biden mixing up which state he was in while talking with the media.
“I love this place. Look, what’s not to like about Vermont in terms of the beauty of it,” the former vice president said — standing squarely in the state of New Hampshire.
Biden has always made gaffes by the bushel, but some his recent ones suggest the kind of memory loss associated with senility. E.G: This one, plus forgetting remembering he was not vp when meeting Parkland students, twice confusing Theresa May with Margaret Thatcher. https://t.co/WpXDd0XVQL
— Brit Hume (@brithume) August 24, 2019
We all swap syllables, flub phonemes and confuse the occasional consonant. There are lots of neurons up there working as hard as they can, and every now and then something breaks. For most of us though, those problems aren’t very common, and that is Hume’s point.
If Biden had only slipped up once, we could chalk it up to any number of things, accidentally misspeaking being the most likely. But Biden hasn’t slipped up just once. He’s slipped up over and over.
The reflexive response, among those who support Biden, might be that he misspeaks more than average Americans because he speaks more than the average American. READ MORE
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