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Two-thirds of Americans worried about Biden’s mental decline

And if you’re not worried about President Biden’s mental state, you need to have your head checked.

According to the New York Post:

Nearly two-thirds of Americans — including a majority of Democrats — now say they are at least “somewhat concerned” about President Biden’s mental health, according to a new poll.

The Issues & Insights/TIPP survey published Monday showed that 64% of Americans were either “very concerned” or “somewhat concerned” about the commander-in-chief’s mental well-being, up from 59% in early August.

Most notably, the number of Democrats unnerved by the president’s public struggles jumped 13 percentage points in two months, from 39% saying they were “very” or “somewhat” concerned in early August to 52% saying the same now.

The poll was among the first to ask about Biden’s mental state since a jaw-dropping gaffe in which he tried to recognize an Indiana congresswoman — forgetting she had died earlier this year.

“Are you here? Where’s Jackie?” the president asked during a Sept. 28 nutrition event in Washington, referring to Republican Rep. Jackie Walorski, who was killed in a car crash Aug. 3.

7 thoughts on “Two-thirds of Americans worried about Biden’s mental decline”

  1. More troubling is his tendency to saber rattle with world powers. Hopefully they too understand the diminished capability of the President. The left and the press ruminated often about Trump being unstable, unnecessarily. Biden’s inability to focus, stay on topic, on script, is dangerous to our nation.


    1. It’s not just Biden’s mental decline that needs worrying, look at Pelosi, Waters, Feinstein, Nadler, Etc…not to mention Fetterman. None of these people should be in power.

    1. Dems have a problem. If Biden doesn’t run, who to nominate? On the Republican side, Trump may not win the nomination, but might run as a third party. DeSantis is the only Republican who can win against any Dem, but not if Trump runs independently. If Dems nominate Biden, and Republicans nominate Trump – odds are pick ’em. A nation divided. Good theater, but frightening if you’re a citizen.

      1. What if DeSantis runs with Tulsi Gabbard?
        hmmmm.. Both Vets, both patriots, one more right than the other, but both are calm, rational thinkers.
        I still believe Trump is the rainmaker, not the candidate. He relishes “making the deal” and influencing others. This could be the play.


        VOTE VOTE VOTE !!!!!

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