Last month, Joe Biden underwent a full physical— except for one critical element—a cognitive test.

From the time Joe began campaigning from his basement to the present, Americans, as well as people from across the globe, have been questioning Joe’s mental fitness.

On a rare occasion when Joe made it out of his basement, it was clear he was struggling to be in the public eye:

Shortly after his inauguration, it became apparent that even the simplest of tasks like walking up a flight of stairs, was too much for Joe:

Compare Joe Biden’s mental fitness in this montage of clips from Joe campaigning for Hillary in 2016 to Joe campaigning for himself in 2020.

We wrote about a curious connection between Joe Biden’s love for ice cream and Alzheimers in September.

The new Hunter Biden book, “Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide,” has been released, and inside the book that reveals the contents of the laptop Joe Biden’s drug-addicted son left behind in a computer repair shop in Wilmington, DE, is a very telling text conversation between Hunter Biden and his therapist.

Miranda Devine’s new book, “Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide,” provides new insight into how President Biden’s son views his father’s mental health.

Post Millennial – In January 2019, just months before Joe Biden launched his campaign for president, Hunter exchanged text messages with his therapist and friend, Keith Ablow.

As Fox News reported, according to Devine, the conversation involved a discussion about Democratic presidential candidates but soon turned to the subject of Joe Biden. “Your dad is the answer,” Ablow said. “Any man who can triumph over dementia is a giant. Think what he could do for our nation’s needed recovery.”

“You’re such an asshole,” replied Hunter, “but that made me laugh out loud.”

“Perhaps he can help us remember all we intended to be as a people since he can now remember his address,” Ablow continued, to which Hunter replied that his father “doesn’t need to [know] where he lives” because “that’s the only thing the secret service get[s] right at least 75% of the time.”

The book goes on to recount another conversation between the two wherein Ablow asks Hunter whether his father can recall the details of anything these days. Hunter appears to say no, adding, “since it’s all fake news anyway, I don’t see the problem.”

There has long been skepticism regarding President Biden’s mental health, with rumors circulating that he may indeed have dementia. The White House released the results from his first physical exam last month, however, a cognitive test was not performed.

From an article published on the Alzheimer Association CA Central Coast Chapter #45 website under “Caregiver Tips and Tools”

Yes, ice cream. It takes all of your worries away. It is soothing and delicious, and personable: everyone has a favorite flavor! Ice cream brings people with dementia to happier, warmer times when the treat was shared with friends and loved ones at special, joyous occasions. Ice cream has the power to immediately elicit soothing feelings at the very first taste of a single spoon-full. It erases all the negative feel- ings related to the frustration and continues to stimulate pleasure receptors in the brain with every new scoop. And dementia (here is the best part!) allows one to fully enjoy the treat, with no concerns for calories, weight gain or dietary needs, completely guilt-free! For people with dementia, ice cream is far more effective and safe than Prozac, or any other “happy” drug on the market!

What do you think? Should a cognitive test be mandated for the most powerful person the world, or does Joe Biden deserve a pass because he’s a Democrat?

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