This clip of Joe Biden tripping over his words is very uncomfortable to watch.
Yikes, starting from about the :40 mark Joe’s barely even coherent. Plus before that, he says “$1000 copay” when I’m sure he meant deductible.
from about 0:40-1:10 in here is …. yikes https://t.co/7vvu3KxGNl
— ryan cooper (@ryanlcooper) August 26, 2019
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Unlike all of the esteemed psychiatrists who happily go on cable news to diagnose the president with some mental disorder from having watched him on TV, we’re not doctors, and we don’t want to assume there’s necessarily a medical problem where there might not be one.
That said, it’s getting tougher and tougher to watch videos of Joe Biden and not worry — worry that the guy does have problems, and worry that he could become president. Like he said earlier when asked about his slip-ups, “I’m not going nuts.”
Here’s Biden talking about an overhaul of Obamacare, which we were assured wouldn’t be necessary, as Obamacare had solved all of the nation’s health insurance problems. But listen to Biden stumble over the word “mechanism” and then struggle to recover. More
Omg, he can’t even get a sentence out without stumbling. Trump would eat him alive in every debate!
For godsake, vote for Sanders. He’s got all the energy, all the plans and he’ll shred Trump on the debate stage!
— Unwashed Masses (@RobCha66) August 26, 2019
Good grief. Someone needs to tell Joe Biden to bow out gracefully. But truth be told, none of the other Democrat candidates are any better.
I suggest all Americans watch this and please tell me that Biden’s brain isn’t melting.
— Jacob Sterling (@JacobSt89447217) August 26, 2019
there’s no way you can view this video and think this man is 100% in control of his faculties. It’s shocking that he’s still in the race at this point.
— ☘️Sean☘️ (@kavs86) August 26, 2019
If Joe somehow gets the nod from the Democrats, President Donald Trump will eat him alive during the first debate.
Trump would literally eat him on the debate stage and then we’d have to go with his VP as the nominee, so probably Tim Kaine pic.twitter.com/gPnAZ6los4
— Brett Banditelli (@banditelli) August 26, 2019