by Ron Kersten
Joe Biden lost his train of thought when saying he isn’t “Slow Joe.”
77-year-old Joe Biden Wednesday evening sat down for an interview with CNN host Jake Tapper.
In a segment of the interview which aired Thursday, Biden pledged full “transparency” on all facets of his health if he wins the White House.
If elected, Biden would be –by 8 years — the oldest person ever to become President. Yet he, and his media allies, continually pretend his mental fitness is of no concern at all.
Biden lost his train of thought as he claimed to be spry and in good health compared to President Trump.
“Just look at us. Who seems to be in shape? Who’s able to move around?” said Biden. “I mean this idea…you know, ‘Slow Joe’ — [awkwardly laughs] anyway…I shouldn’t laugh about it because anyway…”
This is not the first time that Biden has suffered embarrassing moments while trying to defend his alleged fitness for office.
During an interview in August, Biden told a reporter: “Anyway, I am uh, I am very willing to let the American public judge my physical and mental fil- my physical as well as my mental fil- fitness.”
Just this week, Biden appeared to not understand that “MI” was an abbreviation for the state of Michigan–where he was speaking–and was not an abbreviation for the military.
Biden has seemed lost when reading speeches from teleprompters:
Here’s Biden, looking confused, tired and sweating profusely, trying to answer a “question”, even though it’s obvious the question was pre-recorded and the candidate seemed frustrated, asking his staff to “move it up here” (scroll up his script on the teleprompter):
Totally lost, misstating endless facts and figures on a conference call with governors:
And perhaps Joe’s most infamous confused statement in recent history:
And now Jake Tapper trying to clear the air to help his favorite candidate, just creates more concern about him.
Can’t wait for the debates. If there ARE any debates?