Elder Abuse!' — Everyone is ALARMED After Video of Biden Goes Viral

Elder Abuse!' — Everyone is ALARMED After Video of Biden Goes Viral

A new video has emerged showing President Joe Biden appearing "dazed and confused" during an event on Monday, sparking further worries about his cognitive health.

Biden attended a Juneteenth celebration with Vice President Kamala Harris at the White House on Monday evening.

During the event, as others around him sang, Biden seemed stiff and frozen in a half smile, staring ahead silently.

This incident follows a critical report by The Wall Street Journal, which quoted numerous lawmakers from both parties, as well as others, expressing concerns that the president appears to suffer from "mild to moderate" dementia.

The Journal's report included interviews with various individuals — both Republicans and Democrats, including insiders at the White House — and found that many voiced significant concerns about Biden’s mental fitness for his role. These concerns mirror those of many voters as the upcoming election looms, especially after years of Biden making significant mental errors, such as forgetting the timeline of his tenure in office and claiming to have recently met with long-deceased individuals.

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The report comes in the wake of Special Counsel Robert Hur's decision not to bring criminal charges against Biden for mishandling classified material, as Hur believed Biden would not be deemed fit to stand trial. Hur’s assessment of Biden left Republicans questioning how Biden could be unfit for trial yet supposedly fit to run for reelection.

The administration responded to the report by denying most of the claims or by attempting to cast Biden’s statements and actions in a positive light, despite widespread public perception to the contrary. Some Democrats defended Biden by attributing his perceived mental decline to a "speech impediment."

According to the WSJ report, during a meeting earlier this year about funding for Ukraine, Biden reportedly "paused for extended periods and sometimes closed his eyes for so long that some in the room wondered whether he had tuned out."

He spent considerable time trying to persuade lawmakers of the funding's necessity, even though those present were already convinced of its importance. Throughout the meeting, Biden spoke very little, often deferring to his staff, and when he did speak, attendees struggled to hear him.

"You couldn’t be there and not feel uncomfortable," one attendee told the WSJ. "I’ll just say that." Sen. James E. Risch (R-ID) commented that when dealing with Biden behind closed doors, "What you see on TV is what you get."

"These people who keep talking about what a dynamo he is behind closed doors—they need to get him out from behind closed doors, because I didn’t see it," he said.

In a one-on-one call the following month with Republican House Speaker Mike Johnson, as reported by the WSJ, Biden referred to a recent policy change by his administration that jeopardized some major energy projects as just a study.

However, Biden had actually signed an executive order halting Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) exports to other countries, which Johnson argued would harm the U.S. economy. This exchange led the speaker to worry that Biden might have forgotten his own policy, according to sources cited by the Journal.

The White House naturally pushed back on the story, but the WSJ told The Hill that the outlet stands by its reporting.

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