When Dementia Joe campaigns for a post-stroke US Senate candidate who needs closed captions to (somewhat) effectively communicate, it’s a recipe for disaster.

Why in the world did Fetterman’s campaign think it would help to boost his chances of winning his bid for US Senate by having two men unable to speak in complete sentences on the same stage?

On Friday afternoon, while standing in front of a small crowd of Fetterman supporters in the crime-ridden city of Philadelphia, Joe Biden reminded us why it’s not okay to elect people with serious cognitive issues.

Democrat candidate for US Senate and stroke victim John Fetterman

Biden, 79, gave garbled remarks on how his administration has improved healthcare and mistakenly said ‘we went to 54 states’ to stop pharmaceutical companies from driving drug prices.

‘And, by the way, if they do, that means — not a joke, everybody; that’s why we defeated it in 2018 when they tried to do it. We went to 54 states,’ Biden said. ‘The reason is people didn’t realize that the only reason anybody who has a pre-existing condition can get healthcare is because of that Affordable Care Act.’


His addition of four non-existent states is the latest in a long line of gaffes that has continued to raise concerns about the health of Biden, who is the oldest president in US history.


The most recent poll shows John Fetterman falling behind his Trump-endorsed opponent, Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz. Republican Doug Mastriano is also gaining on his radical Democrat opponent Josh Shapiro,

Twitter exploded with comments about Joe’s speech:

LOL! The most radical account on social media had this to say about Joe’s support for the stroke victim John Fetterman’s campaign:

Whoever came up with the idea that having Joe campaign for Dem candidate for Senate John Fetterman, needs to fired!

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