The President has made a lot of blunders lately, and they have been so bad even the New York Times reported on them.
Biden’s decline was so obvious today that even the NYT admitted it. pic.twitter.com/KN4nIViWhb
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) November 2, 2022
In one day Biden said, Said Debbie Wasserman Schultz worked in the senate, forgot what FEMA stands for, forgot the name of Hurricane Ian, said “the war in Iraq” is to blame for inflation, claimed he met the man who discovered insulin and busted out the southern accent.
In his speech today, Biden:
– Said Debbie Wasserman Schultz worked in the senate
– Forgot what FEMA stands for
– Forgot the name of Hurricane Ian
– Said “the war in Iraq” is to blame for inflation
– Claimed he met the man who discovered insulin
– Busted out the southern accent pic.twitter.com/gvq4uPj8Bp
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 1, 2022
It’s no longer speeches that raise questions about Biden’s health. A picture taken by AP photographer Evan Vucci of the president’s hand is causing a stir.
Those are IV scars.
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) November 2, 2022
What are they injecting into his hand? https://t.co/EmlLHYPXm2
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) November 2, 2022
Not making a diagnosis here, but those marks on Mr. Biden’s hand do resemble the residua of punctures. Usually blood draws are done from the antecubital (inside of elbow) vein. Intravenous lines are often inserted in the hands.
Anything we need to know? https://t.co/ENI0lX9Nwv
— Nan Hayworth, M.D. (@NanHayworth) November 2, 2022
An image from October 27, 2022, appears to show a similar scar during an appearance with New York Governor Kathy Hochul.
The next era of American manufacturing is going to be right here in New York.
— Governor Kathy Hochul (@GovKathyHochul) October 27, 2022
We’ll see if the White House address the image, but they’ve had trouble answering questions lately.
Karine Jean-Pierre has no clue what to say when asked about the Biden administration’s work with social media companies to censor information they don’t like as “misinformation.” pic.twitter.com/CI2mYA6ckZ
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 2, 2022