Slow Joe Is Deteriorating Rapidly

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was speaking with reporters yesterday and during the conversation, Biden forgot the name of Utah Senator Mitt Romney.

Presidential hopeful Joe Biden has provided those questioning the former vice president’s cognitive ability more ammunition, as Biden apparently forgot the name of Utah governor Mitt Romney.

“I got in trouble when we were running against the senator who was a Mormon—the governor” said Biden in reference to Romney.

I’m surprised he didn’t follow up with, “You know the thing!”

Recently, Biden appeared to have forgotten the name of the great recession, as well as the details of a stimulus package he oversaw while service as Vice-President to Barack Obama.

Despite what the media may believe, this is a cut-and-dry election. You could either vote to reelect President Trump (who will continue to build a strong economy, lower unemployment, and bring back law and order) or you could vote for Joe Biden (whose cognitive skills are crumbling, swore to eliminate the Trump tax cuts, and will allow the BLM and Antifa terrorists to continue rioting).

My mother and grandmother battled dementia. I’ve seen it in action, and honestly, I doubt Biden gets past his first year before Kamala Harris officially takes over.

6 thoughts on “Slow Joe Is Deteriorating Rapidly

  1. He also said he was running for the Senate yesterday rather than for president. The man’s cognition is a hot mess. He is nothing more than a figurehead at this point.

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  2. I voted this morning, a straight Republican ticket.

    Texas has adopted a pretty good system here:

    1) Early voters have to produce a state-issued photo ID (I used my concealed carry permit).
    2) You sign for a blank ballot.
    3) Your signature is compared to the one you did when you registered to vote. You are asked if the address listed is your current one to verify you are still qualified to vote in your district.
    4) You are given a blank ballot (literally, a nearly blank piece of heavy paper, it only has the location of the polling place and the date of the election printed on it).
    5) You take the blank ballot and feed it into a voting machine.
    6) One by one, you check your candidates by touch-screen (they even give you a sterile Q-tip to use if you have a paranoia about touching something).
    7) After selecting your candidates, you get a recap of who you selected and an opportunity to go back and change selections.
    8) Once satisfied, you select “PRINT” and your ballot is returned with various barcodes for a computer to count, and each candidate selected with their office and party affiliation printed on the ballot.
    9) You take the printed ballot to another machine and insert it there. The votes are tallied and the machine keeps the ballot. If something goes ka-flooey, the hard copy ballot can be recounted as many times as necessary.

    Beats the heck out of “hanging chads.”

    The line was fairly long. I stood in line for about an hour this morning. It is the first day of early voting.

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  3. Ronni – I cannot fathom why his wife continues putting him out there. Is she that power hungry?

    TX Nick – They compare signatures in my part of Philly, but we don’t have to show ID, which is ridiculous. Someone said this the other day – Rush or Dennis Prager – that you need to show ID for ObamaCare. So why is it “racist” to make voters get an ID to vote?

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    1. You need ID for almost everything you do in this country, including getting and cashing your welfare check.
      If you don’t have ID, you’re a criminal, not a poor person

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