Recently, we are witnesses Biden’s random signs of Dementia. The last symptom he showed was shouting in the middle of his speech.
Moreover, the most suspicious thing was that Biden was in an empty room. Why the need to scream and shout in an empty room? It has to be linked to the individual’s mental health.
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Biden delivered his speech via camera, so there wasn’t a crowd, reporters, applause, etc., that would distract his attention.
Nevertheless, his speech was calm. He read from the teleprompter and suddenly started shouting and screaming.
You can see his reaction from the video below.
Biden randomly starts shouting in the middle of his remarks on Asian “hate crimes” pic.twitter.com/UNCdbQftoS
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) May 20, 2021
Following the incident, social media users started highlighting how rude that was, and that the sudden outbursts were signs of Dementia.
Bear in mind that we aren’t the ones inventing these things, and we aren’t claiming anything. The True Defender only reports on what people are noticing.
Daily Caring also shared that these spontaneous outbursts are a sign of Dementia.
Dementia can cause intense emotional outbursts.
When caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia, there may be times when they yell, scream, or cry.
They might yell “Help! Help!” at the top of their lungs or cry inconsolably for long periods of time. This can be disturbing and upsetting for both of you.
It can also be frustrating because the person with dementia can’t explain what’s causing their distress, they can’t or won’t stop the behavior, and you don’t know how to help.
We explain some common causes of screaming and crying in dementia and share 6 things you can do to calm the situation immediately.
We also share 8 longer-term solutions that help reduce the frequency and intensity of these episodes.
Alzheimer’s Society stated:
’’A person with Dementia may scream, shout or moan or use abusive language, occasionally or over and over again.’’
CORRELATION DOESN’T MEAN CAUSATION!
Numerous people doubt Biden’s mental health, and I think that’s enough reason that he shouldn’t be President of the U.S.
One ex-White House physician for three ex-presidents now rings the alarm on Biden.
I served as White House physician for THREE Presidents and I can tell you this: something IS NOT right with Joe Biden. He needs a cognitive exam IMMEDIATELY, and the results MUST be made public. We DESERVE to know if our President is cognitively compromised! pic.twitter.com/7JpihitDWd
— Ronny Jackson (@RonnyJacksonTX) May 21, 2021
BIDEN’S BIZARRE BLUNDERS: It’s clear that Biden’s cognitive abilities are declining. He’s randomly yelling during speeches, mangling jokes and getting lost while speaking. Rep. @RonnyJacksonTX and Rep. @Bethvanduyne react to Biden’s blunders TONIGHT on “Hannity.”
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) May 21, 2021
However, many foreign sources started questioning Biden’s mental health. What should this mean? Maybe our foes are asking the same thing? It is the scariest thing about national security.
Sky News, Australia reported on this issue.
Hamas is testing US President Joe Biden to see what concessions might be achievable under “weak American leadership,” according to Sky News host Alan Jones.
Mr. Jones said the ongoing violence in Gaza, which has entered its second week, gave rise to fears of a new Middle East war.
“At the center of all this is the inept and incompetent President of the United States of America,” he said.
Former Obama administration State Department official, Brett Bruen, said President Biden came into office and tried to put the issue of Israel on the “back burner,” hoping it will go away.
Mr. Jones said it is hard to imagine how a “78-year-old in cognitive decline” can comprehend these issues let alone address them.
He said the real reason for the Hamas attacks is to test the Biden administration to see what concessions it can get.
What are your thoughts on this? Is it OK Biden’s behavior?
Or what do you think? Does Biden struggle with Dementia?
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