Democrats continue to run candidates that seem to have cognitive impairments, either as a result of issues brought on by old-age or in the case of Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman, a stroke.

On the surface level, it would seem like running candidates who cannot even form a coherent sentence is a bad strategy for both gaining votes and governing.

A poll conducted in late 2021 by Politico and Morning Consult found that just 46 percent of voters saw President Biden as ‘mentally fit’.

Surely, running candidates who have cognitive impairments is not a good electoral strategy.

President Trump’s former speechwriter Darren Beattie gave an insightful explanation in to why Democrats would run candidates like Joe Biden and John Fetterman.

Beattie said that the candidates ‘appeal to the democratic passions of the mob’, and that they are easier to control by ‘unelected handlers’.

Wayne Dupree Reports

Democrats seem totally unphased by Fetterman’s cognitive issues, and just like with Joe, they either ignore it for as long as they possibly can, or they celebrate the campaign as if the person struggling, and unable to speak, is some kind of hero, overcoming tremendous battles, to shine as brightly as the sun.

It’s the stuff of twisted fairytales.

So, what’s going on? Why are Dems so gleefully parading out mentally challenged candidates? It seems like a question with no good answer, but trust me, there’s an answer, and President Trump’s former speechwriter and owner of, Dr. Darren Beattie, has the answer.

Here’s what Darren said: “There’s method to the madness of parading literal brain dead morons as political candidates The brain-dead aspect appeals to the democratic passions of the mob But also means that the individual in question will be entirely controlled by unelected handlers Democracy in action”

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