Biden Goes Into Hibernation, Plans to Nap for a Week to Prep for Trump Debate This Week

The first presidential debate of the 2024 election is set for June 27 and Grandpa Joe decided that he needs a full week of napping and Ovaltine to get ready for it!

81-year-old Joe Biden is hibernating at the presidential retreat Camp David for the week, he won’t be conducting business at the White House this entire week. And recent videos of him arriving at Camp David suggest he’s definitely going to need more than just a couple extra cat naps to take on Donald Trump.

In recent week’s we’ve seen videos showing just how frail and feeble the President has become. One clip showed Biden appearing to have an oopsie on stage in Normandy, France while he was supposed to be honoring WWII veterans. His nurse made Jill had to rush him off stage to clean him up.

Another video put Biden’s cognitive failures on full display as it captured him completely FREEZING on stage at a fundraiser event, only to be saved by Barack Obama who grabbed his wrist and led him off stage like the senile old man he’s become.

 

Heck, even his journey arrival at Camp David, which saw Biden walking like a zombie across the tarmac, suggested that Biden is more fit for a nursing home than the Oval Office.

With Trump still being incredibly cognizant, it’s going to take a full-blown miracle for Biden to have a legitimate debate with him but even if Joe does sleep for the full week – that’s not going to happen.

Instead, look for the Democrats to pump Biden full of drugs the same way they did for his State of the Union!

Watch the video here to see what Joe looks like before the drugs!


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