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Secret Service Members Panicking Over Biden’s Mental State

Conservative podcast host and former Secret Service member Dan Bongino dropped a bomb during an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity when he discussed discussions he had with members of the Secret Service working more closely with President Joe Biden.

Bongino explained that the health of Biden is worse than we thought, as he “is in real big trouble.”

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“It was something that I got from my sources,” said Bongino. It gives me absolutely no pleasure to say this, Sean. And I’m saying that. He’s in real big trouble, Joe Biden. And give me a listen. Around him everybody. They all know it. They all know it.

This is a scandal that they don’t tell you… how poor his condition really is… From what I hear from people on my network, I’m telling you, everybody knows how bad it is. Uh, everyone. It’s not a mystery; it’s the White House’s worst-kept secret.

Bongino’s comments come after House Democrats demanded that Biden’s sole access to nuclear codes be limited.

The representative demanded that the nuclear codes be exchanged with representatives of Biden’s administration in a letter written by Democratic California Rep. Jimmy Panetta on Monday.

The letter said, “Vesting one person with this authority entails real risks.” “Past presidents have attempted to strike other nations with nuclear weapons or shown conduct that prompted other officials to express doubt about the president’s judgment.”

The letter continued, “While any President would likely consult with advisors before ordering a nuclear attack, there is no obligation to do so.” The military is obliged to carry out the order if, under the laws of war, they determine that it is lawful. Under the current posture of the U.S. nuclear powers, in minutes, the attack will take place.

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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