Joe Biden Can’t Get Through a 12-Second Social Media Video about Trump

At this point, there is zero chance that the Joe Biden campaign will hold any debates with Donald Trump prior to the 2024 election. Zero. Biden’s dementia is so terrible at this point, and he is so incoherent, that he can’t even record a 12-second video without multiple takes that his team has to splice together to make it look like he spoke in a complete sentence.

That’s the conclusion that Megyn Kelly and Michael Knowles came to this week. After Donald Trump’s historic blowout victory in the Iowa caucuses, Team Biden put together a 12-second response. Maximum effort!

What Kelly and Knowles noticed, however, is that there’s a “jump cut” in the middle of the video. As anyone who has been in the TV news business can tell you, that means that the 12-second clip was actually recorded in multiple takes and spliced together.

 

The only question at this point is what excuse will the Biden campaign use to try to explain away the fact that there won’t be any televised debates between the two frontrunners for the first time in more than 50 years? Biden is clearly mentally incompetent and there’s no way he’d be able to stand up for a 90-minute debate.

The drug regimen of barbiturates and amphetamines obviously isn’t working as well as it did in 2020. Watch as Kelly and Knowles analyze Joe Biden’s 12-second response to Trump winning the Iowa caucuses…


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