Wednesday, February 28, 2024

The President is Senile: Special Counsel’s Report Finds Biden Suffers From “significant limitations”; Biden Is Seriously Struggling With His Memory, Says Damning Report

The President is Senile:
Special Counsel’s report finds Biden suffers from “significant limitations”.
One striking anecdote emerges from Special Counsel Robert Hur’s voluminous 300 plus page report on Biden’s misappropriation of classified documents.
In interviews with Biden, the Special Counsel found that the memory of the President of the United States had “significant limitations” and that he didn’t know “when his term ended”, “when his term began” and “did not remember, even within several years, when his son Beau died.”
If there are any two things that a man ought to remember, it’s when his son died and when he ascended to the vice presidency and when he became a private citizen again.
Now a man so far gone that he does not know either one has his finger on the nuclear button.
There have been many defenses of Biden’s state made in the past. We have been told that he misspeaks because he has a problem with stuttering or that he’s prone to making up stories, but neither one explains the sheer scale and persistence of the problem which extends well beyond confusing deceased former German chancellor Helmut Kohl and former chancellor Angela Merkel or former French president François Mitterrand and Emmanuel Macron, the sitting president, as he did this week, which might be understandable if that was all there was to it.
Biden is forgetting things that no normal person in their right state of mind loses track of.
The investigation which began when boxes of classified documents were found including “in a badly damaged box in the garage, near a collapsed dog crate, a dog bed, a Zappos box, an empty bucket, a broken lamp wrapped with duct tape” in Biden’s possession ends on a more troubling note than wilful abuses. Instead the report paints a picture of a politician used to mishandling classified information whose decline is such that he doesn’t know what he’s doing.
Some of the documents at the heart of the case were, the report concludes, possibly taken to be used to compile Biden’s presidential campaign memoir, “Promise Me, Dad” which used his son, Beau Biden’s death, as a springboard.
The Special Counsel reviewed recordings with Mark Zwonitzer, Biden’s ghostwriter on the book, and noted that, “Mr. Biden’s memory also appeared to have significant limitations-both at the time he spoke to Zwonitzer in 2017, as evidenced by their recorded conversations, and today, as evidenced by his recorded interview with our office. Mr. Biden’s recorded conversations with Zwonitzer from 2017 are often painfully slow, with Mr. Biden struggling to remember events and straining at times to read and relay his own notebook entries.”
This was Biden’s state 7 years ago. What is it like now? --->READ MORE HERE
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Biden Is Seriously Struggling With His Memory, Says Damning Report
A new special counsel report reveals Joe Biden forgot things like when he was vice president and when his son died.
The Department of Justice investigation on President Joe Biden’s classified documents scandal concluded Thursday with no charges for the commander in chief, but the subsequent report may pose bigger problems for his reelection campaign.
The 388-page report, which followed a year-long investigation by special counsel Robert Hur, effectively condemned the 81-year-old president as having a memory with “significant limitations,” noting that if Biden were to face trial he “would likely present himself to a jury, as he did during our interview of him, as a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.”
Over the course of the report, Hur painted a picture of a man who could not remember with precision when his vice presidency under President Barack Obama began or when it ended. His memory “appeared hazy” when recalling his stance over the war in Afghanistan, and he mistook one of his former key allies, General Karl Eikenberry, for someone he had a “real difference” of opinion with. But political minutiae were not the only topics Biden had trouble recalling, apparently also failing to remember, “even within several years,” when his son Beau died.
“It would be difficult to convince a jury that they should convict him—by then a former president well into his eighties—of a serious felony that requires a mental state of willfulness,” the report noted.
A letter from Biden’s legal team, included in the report, simultaneously applauds the decision not to charge Biden while condemning the report as an inaccurate assessment of Biden’s mental clarity, citing the questionable timing of Hur’s interviews.
“We do not believe that the report’s treatment of President Biden’s memory is accurate or appropriate. The report uses highly prejudicial language to describe a commonplace occurrence among witnesses: a lack of recall of years-old events,” the attorneys wrote. --->READ MORE HERE
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