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Biden’s brain broke on camera and now Democrats are having a cow


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The Democrat Party was already worried sick about their chances in 2024. And good ol’ Joe is making it even worse.

Because his brain broke on camera and now Democrats are having a cow.

President Joe Biden froze at a Juneteenth ceremony at the White House on Monday.

Biden, 81, was captured on video standing motionless while many surrounding him, including Vice President Kamala Harris, cheered and danced to gospel musician Kirk Franklin’s performance.

Video shows Biden staring blankly and without moving for nearly 30 seconds before Philonise Floyd, the brother of George Floyd, whose murder sparked nationwide protests in 2020, recognized him and wrapped his arm around him. Biden smiles as Floyd leans in to say something, and after a brief exchange of words, they bump fists.

Republicans, who are trying to make the president’s elderly age a political issue in the 2024 race, were ready to mock the president. The White House did not immediately reply to a request for comment.

“Why isn’t Biden moving?” the Republican National Committee’s fast reaction account asked on X.

“Lights are on but no one’s home,” former President Trump’s campaign posted.

“Who said Biden’s got no rhythm?” quipped Sen. Mike Lee, Republican of Utah.

The episode was reminiscent of two instances last year in which Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., froze in front of reporters at the Capitol and at an event in Covington, Kentucky.

McConnell, who was 81 at the time, later indicated that he would stand aside from leadership following the election and would not run for re-election when his current term expired in 2027.

Critics claim Biden is deteriorating in his old age and cannot manage the obligations of the presidency. Last week, the Wall Street Journal released an article describing occasions in which the president has failed to communicate clearly in private meetings with staff and members of Congress.

However, the White House and Cabinet members have aggressively disputed these allegations, defending the president’s mental acuity and capacity to execute on the job.

“Congressional Republicans, foreign leaders and nonpartisan national-security experts have made clear in their own words that President Biden is a savvy and effective leader who has a deep record of legislative accomplishment,” Andrew Bates, a spokesman for the White House, stated.

“Now, in 2024, House Republicans are making false claims as a political tactic that flatly contradict previous statements made by themselves and their colleagues.”

Earlier this year, a report from Biden’s own Department of Justice’s special counsel described him as an “elderly man with a poor memory” at the conclusion of an investigation into his mishandling of classified documents dating back to his Senate tenure, which ultimately saved him from being charged by Special Counsel Robert Hur.

Biden has a history of gaffes dating back to his time as vice president, but the number and severity of his linguistic gaffes in recent years appear to have increased.

In May, Biden appeared to lose touch with reality when he stated, “And when I was vice president, things were kind of bad during the pandemic, and, what happened was Barack said to me: ‘Go to Detroit — and help fix it.'” The pandemic occurred years after Biden’s tenure as vice president.

On various occasions, the president has referred to dead persons as alive. In 2022, at a White House event, Biden called out former Rep. Jackie Walorski during a speech, “Jackie, are you here? Where’s Jackie?” Walorski had died in a car crash the previous month.

At a campaign rally in February, Biden told the audience, “Right after I was elected, I went to a G7 meeting in southern England. And I sat down and said, ‘America is back!’ and Mitterand from Germany — I mean France — looked at me and said, ‘How long you back for?'” Mitterand was president from 1981 to 1995 and died in 1996.

In 2021, Biden claimed to have spoken with the late German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, who died in 2017, citing previous interactions at fundraising events.

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