White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre rejected the idea that President Joe Biden should take a cognitive test after his train wreck of a press conference last week.
During Monday’s daily briefing, Biden’s spokesman said that her boss won’t be subjected to the testing of his mental faculties when he undergoes his annual physical this week despite mounting concerns about his advanced age and whether he’s fit for a second term.
When asked about the test, Jean-Pierre quoted White House physician Dr. Kevin O’Connor, “The president proves every day [in] how he operates and how he thinks, by dealing with world leaders, by making difficult decisions on behalf of the American people – whether it’s domestic or it’s national security.”
REPORTER: Will Biden take a cognitive test!?
KARINE JEAN-PIERRE: “He is sharp! He is on top of things!” pic.twitter.com/rOXIC4NfxC
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“I have known this president since 2009, I, he is not just my boss he’s also…a mentor to me,” Jean-Pierre added. “And I’ve spent sometimes countless hours with him, whether it’s in the Oval Office, whether it’s on the road and I believe for me, you’re asking me my personal opinion, he is sharp, he is on top of things, he, when we have meetings with him, with his staff, he’s constantly pushing us, getting trying to get more information so that has been my experience with this president.”
“Anything else outside of that, I just shared with you what Dr. O’Connor said to me and so I’ll just leave it there,” she said.
With recent polling consistently showing that voters have serious questions about Biden’s cognitive condition at 81-years-old and the president’s own growing collection of embarrassing mental misfires, Democrats and regime mouthpieces in the media were able to dance around the elephant in the living room which is now impossible to ignore after Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report and the subsequent dumpster fire of a presser.
The Justice Department prosecutor’s observations of the declining Biden during interviews led him to conclude that a jury would be highly unlikely to rule against a “sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory” on charges related to the mishandling of classified materials, meaning that the doddering Democrat was too senile to be charged.
Instead of just leaving it alone to be washed away by his spinners in the media, the ill-tempered senior citizen chose to hold a press conference where he defensively clashed with reporters and only confirmed Hur’s findings by mixing up the presidents of Mexico and Egypt, the third time in less than a week he got confused about world leaders.
You can’t make it up! Biden defends his memory by forgetting the president of Mexico
A steaming hot President Joe Biden held an emergency unscheduled news conference to defend his memory after the release of a devastating special counsel report but only confirmed that his mind… pic.twitter.com/wFdn94JCTb
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“Go back and look at the videos from whenever he was first vice president and compare them to now. It’s not even the same person,” said Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX) who as Barack Obama’s White House doctor had an opportunity to observe Biden during better days. “He’s got some serious issues. I’ve been saying that for a long time. Now the report says that — the special counsel report came out and said exactly that. That was a special counsel appointed by the Biden DOJ, and they’re saying the same thing that I and many Americans have been saying for a long time now.”
“He’s cognitively unfit to be our commander in chief, and it’s going to be a problem for us,” Jackson told Fox News Digital. “It’s a real national security issue. I mean, it’s always been a national security issue, but it’s a national security issue that just gets worse by the day.”
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