Peter Doocy Asks Critically Important Question About Biden’s Mental State Following Special Counsel Report Exposing Him as Senile

Fox News’ Peter Doocy is one of the only people in the mainstream media who is actually willing to ask the Biden Regime SERIOUS questions and following the special counsel’s report, Doocy asked what is perhaps the best question of all!

The report, in short, revealed that Joe is an “elderly man with a poor memory” going on to state that while he DID break the law by intentionally taking classified documents he is effectively too senile to be charged with any crimes.

While this raises legitimate concern for Biden’s ability to perform the job if by some miracle he is reelected in 2024, it also raises a much more pressing concern about his ability to be president NOW – and that’s what Doocy’s question was about.

While referencing the special counsel’s report, Doocy pointed out that the document suggests that Joe Biden has “serious limitations on his memory” asking if that’s the case – who is helping him run the country?

 

Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, visibly frustrated by the question, insisted that Joe is the one calling the shots.

Doocy then shot back with an EPIC follow up, asking if that is truly the case “how can [Biden] be trusted with the nuclear codes?”

A flustered KJP attempted to formulate a response, but struggled to say anything meaningful so instead, suggested that this part of the report “does not live in reality” picking and choosing which parts of the report that prevented Biden from facing charges could actually be trusted.

However, she fails to address the SERIOUS problem, our commander in chief is completely senile.

Watch the video here to see the exchange.


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