Biden’s Mental Decline: ‘The Guy Who Runs That Outfit Over There’

Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes’ book speaks volumes

In “Lucky: How Joe Biden Barely Won the Presidency,” authors write how the “broader campaign goal” of Biden was, “Don’t f*** up.”

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This leads us to the following conclusion. Biden’s speeches are always short.

“One half of his low bar for success had been set by Trump, who told the public that Biden was an enabler of socialism and crime who couldn’t speak English in complete sentences,” Allen and Parnes wrote. “The other half came from an anti-Trump coalition that would forgive almost any Biden misstep.”

It’s hard to imagine that we have a leader who can’t remember the name of the Pentagon or his secretary of defense. He just says, “The guy who runs the thing over here.”

He made these comments during an event Monday celebrating International Women’s Day.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin was right there. Biden announced his nomination of two female generals for promotion to four-star commants as confirmed by CNN.

At the end of his speech, Biden thanked Austin, a former four-star Army general for his success at the Pentagon.

“I want to thank you both and I want to thank the former general, I keep calling him general, but my — the guy who runs that outfit over there — I want to make sure we thank the secretary for all he’s done to try to implement what we just talked about and for recommending these two women for promotion,” Biden said.

The mainstream media ignored this moment, but social media users caught it.

Biden’s stuttering is making topics again.

“I don’t think of myself as continuing to stutter,” Biden told Axios in 2019. “That doesn’t cross my mind that I’m stuttering.”

“Look, the mistakes I make are mistakes. And some people think I still stutter. I don’t think of myself that way.”

When introducing Health and Human Services nominee Xavier Becerra in December, Biden called the department. “Health and Education Services” and pronounced Becerra’s name as “Back-a-ria.” We pronounce it “Be-serr-ah.”

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Source: The Western Journal

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