DOJ Finally Tells the Truth: Confirms Biden’s has Memory Issues

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Special Counsel Rober Hur, who was investigating Joe Biden’s handling of Classified docs, told the truth when he concluded that Biden had serious memory issues.   Hur established that Biden had “willfully retained” and disclosed sensitive information. Although he acknowledged the possibility of pursuing criminal charges, he also pointed out that it would most likely be a fruitless endeavor. He decided against pursuing Biden because he believed that a jury would most likely view Biden as an elderly figure deserving of empathy due to his failing memory rather than someone who acted with criminal intent. To be technical, Biden would be viewed as “a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.”

Following these revelations, President Biden attempted to address these concerns head-on by engaging with the media. “I’m well-meaning, and I’m an elderly man, and I know what the hell I’m doing. I’ve been President; I put this country back on its feet. I don’t need his recommendation,” Biden pronounced.

Unfortunately, his interaction with reporters only served to underscore Hur’s concerns. Amidst the press conference, Biden visibly lost his temper with journalists questioning his ability to serve based on age. He insisted he was the most capable candidate for the presidency in the nation. Yet, he confused the leaders of Egypt and Mexico, struggled to recall the name of the church linked to his late son’s rosary beads that he wears, and omitted crucial details from the special counsel’s findings.

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) cited Biden’s recent press conference as evidence of cognitive issues, echoing Special Counsel Robert Hur’s findings. Cruz seized on the developments to critique Biden’s capacity to lead during an episode of his “Verdict” podcast alongside co-host Ben Ferguson. He suggested that the Department of Justice inadvertently acknowledged the truth about Biden’s mental state, plunging the administration into what he termed a “political emergency.”

Cruz elaborated on the press conference, describing Biden’s performance as a tangible affirmation of the Special Counsel’s report’s contents. According to Cruz, Biden’s  “meandering, rambling answers confirmed everything said in the Special Counsel report.” He pointed out Biden’s alarming inability to recollect significant personal and professional details, including the period of his son’s passing—a detail he struggled to link to while discussing his rosary beads. Cruz remarked that Biden attempted to defend himself by referencing his rosary beads, saying they ‘were given to me by, were given to me by…’ before trailing off, unable to recall further details. This is quite concerning for someone attempting to prove they possess the cognitive ability to govern, especially when such lapses occur in response to critical scrutiny.

Through these observations, Cruz underscored the growing concerns surrounding Biden’s mental acuity and suitability for the presidency. The press conference, rather than dispelling doubts, seemed to amplify them, providing fodder for ongoing debates about the President’s capacity to effectively fulfill the demands of his office.

A recent poll by NBC found that 76% of voters hold significant concerns about Biden’s capability to serve as the President for a second term, both physically and mentally. ABC recently conducted a poll that revealed that most Americans believe President Joe Biden is too old to serve another term in office. According to the ABC poll, a whopping 86% of Americans hold this view. ABC also asked if they believed Biden should be charged:  38% of Americans believe that Biden should have been charged with a crime, 34% think he should not have been charged, and 28% are undecided.

These new polls came after last week’s report from special counsel Robert Hur, which cast doubt on Biden’s mental fitness. Vice President Kamala Harris has commented that Hur’s  report is “politically motivated.”