Sunday, April 17, 2016

Is Donald Trump Showing The Early Signs Of DEMENTIA?

According to the 10 Warning Signs of Dementia, Donald Trump could be experiencing some of the early warning signs:

Short Term Memory Loss:
It is not uncommon for those in the early stages of dementia to experience short-term memory loss.
Just in the past week, Donald Trump seemed to forgot Penn State's Joe Paterno isn't with us anymore when He asked a Pittsburgh Crowd, "How's Joe Paterno?"

Along with short-term memory loss is the onset of confusion. A person entering early-stage dementia may be unable to recognize people..
There is the recent incident concerning Ted Cruz's Campaign Co-Chair Bob Vander Plaats where Trump Brags About the Vander Plaats Endorsement Who Actually Endorsed Cruz.

Communication Difficulties and Mood Changes:

The examples of this during the GOP debates and Trump's rallies are so numerous, PICK ONE YOURSELF.

Repetitive Behavior:

On many occasions, Trump sounds like a broken record when he speaks. Is there more to this (psychologically) than meets the eye?

Now I'm not an alarmist ... BUT, this is a potential leader of our country. It is my belief that a psychological evaluation is in order and that the public is owed the results of that psychological evaluation, BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE.


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cimbri said...

No offense but I think some of these blog owners have a touch of dementia.

Anonymous said...

Or it could be that Trump is just a dipshit .... passing himself off as something he's not .... a Republican.

elilillie said...

I have been questioning it for months. It would be Alzheimer's, not just dementia, he has had a personality change too. He was more articulate as a younger person. Dementia doesn't change personality, like Alzheimer's, his father died from Alzheimer's disease.

Kay C. Rouse said...

I am a strong supporter of Dr. Ben Carson and would trust him to be our President, so when he endorsed Donald Trump you could have knocked me over with a feather. Then, after listening to Dr. Ben's reasoning and doing my own research into and listening to Donald Trump, I am backing him all the way to the White House and beyond. Certainly there will be repetition in his speeches. He knows that most people have to hear something 7 times before it is committed to memory. He also knows that most people who are listening to him are actually hearing him for the first time. When I ran for State Assembly decades ago, I also had consistent talking points, and when working for another candidate, I'd hear the same things over and over again.
The points that Donald Trump is making are what "We The People" need to hear.
I have also listened to many of Ted Cruz's speeches, and I fully understand why The Donald calls him "Lyin Ted". The things that he says about Trump are most often the exact opposite of the truth, sometimes taken from video or interviews of Trump from 1999. I believe everyone has made changes since 1999, and know from experience that converts like Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump make the strongest conservatives of all.

cimbri said...

Kay, you're right. This is just the latest smear of Trump, and it's a thinly veiled ageism attack. They did the same thing to Reagan, who was a year older than Trump at election time. Trump usually does repeat key points for a few reasons; a) it's a well known rhetorical device b) he speaks extemporaneously to huge and loud crowds. You have to repeat yourself sometimes, to be heard.

PaulH said...

And now the bizarre 7-11 / 9-11 screw up.

Anonymous said...

You're right, Paul --- tRUMP can still see all those Mumlims cheering across the street from the 7-11.

Anonymous said...

Bravo! Well stated!