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Biden Displays More Concerning Behavior After Appearing Lost on Stage

After delivering remarks at the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment conference, the 81-year-old president appeared lost while navigating offstage.
'Mental decline': Internet roasts Joe Biden after he 'got lost on stage' (Image source: Sky News)

A recent Biden moment has sent social media into an uproar after another incident that seemingly highlights Biden’s advanced age.  After delivering remarks at the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment conference, the 81-year-old president appeared lost while navigating offstage.

Footage of the incident shows Biden leaving the podium, where he stops, looking confused. He appears to ask someone in the audience what he was supposed to do next. After a speaker at the event announces, “Mr. President, thank you,” Biden spins around as if he is surprised.

The president then proceeds to stand around the edge of the stage before finally walking away as the camera operator pans around as if they are unsure of what to film.

In the aftermath of Biden’s bizarre conduct, conservatives on social media have further added to the conversation about whether he is fit to serve as President of the United States. While this video isn’t entirely surprising, as Biden’s presidency has been filled with gaffes and public slip-ups, it has implications for the upcoming presidential election.

For example, conservative commentator Nick Sortor asked, “WHY WON’T BIDEN TAKE A COGNITIVE TEST? Sortor continued, “He literally got LOST trying to find his way off stage for over 30 seconds here. Clearly has NO CLUE where he is.”

Biden, who will be 82 on Inauguration Day, is already the oldest sitting president in the nation’s history and would be 86 by the time he concludes a second term.  Polling from earlier this year from ABC News and Ipsos discovered that 86% of Americans believe President Biden is too old to serve another term in office.  Therefore, Biden’s age could play a decisive role in the upcoming election.

The American Tribune reported on a concerning report from a former White House doctor under the Obama administration and current GOP congressman, Ronny Jackson, who sounded the alarm on the state of Biden’s mental health.  According to Jackson, it is a “national security issue” for Biden to serve as President.

He said, “The article’s just documenting what I’ve been saying all along: he’s not fit to be the commander-in-chief.”  Jackson added, “He’s got significant issues, he shouldn’t have the job. You know, it’s a national security issue for us.”

The former White House doctor added that, for a long time, he has maintained that Biden lacks the fitness necessary to carry out his duties in the Oval Office. 

“We’ve been saying this for a long time. I had been saying this since before he actually became elected President, that this man is not cognitively fit to be our president. I said that it would continue to get worse. It has. Everyone has continued to see it on a regular basis.”  Watch footage of the recent incident at the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment conference below:

Presumably referencing the finding of Special Counsel Robert Hur, Jackson further stated, “We all know this is happening. What we saw yesterday was validation from a completely different source. . .

[Biden’s DOJ said] that he’s not cognitively fit to stand trial for the crimes that he committed with these classified documents, which is unbelievable that, you know, they’re saying that he’s not cognitively fit to stand trial yet.”

Ben Collis is a freelance journalist for the Trending Politico covering trending human interest/social media stories and the reactions real people have to them. He always seeks to incorporate evidence-based studies, current events, and facts pertinent to these stories to create your not-so-average viral post.
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