Armstrong Economics Blog/Politics Re-Posted Sep 30, 2022 by Martin Armstrong
President Joe Biden recently thanked Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN) for her recent work. “Jackie, are you here? Where’s Jackie?” he asked. “She must not be here,” he continued. The problem is that Jackie is dead. She died in a car accident over the summer. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tried to cover up Biden’s gaffe by saying Joe simply had her at “the top of mind.”
A reporter went further and asked Jean-Pierre why the president of the United States was actively searching the room for a dead woman. “I have John Lennon on top of mind just about every day, but I’m not looking around for him,” a reported rebuffed. Other reporters shouted to ask follow-up questions, demanding that the American people deserve to know if the man leading the country is suffering from cognitive impairment.
Another “gaffe” happened again a few days later. Biden was speaking at FEMA headquarters. He refused to speak with Governor DeSantis as the hurricane was approaching Florida. I could only imagine what would occur if those two had to debate. During this incident, Biden suddenly walks away from the podium as his handlers whisper, “Mr. President!” He tried to pull it off by shaking hands with people in the room, but this man was clearly lost. It is time we demand that Biden takes a cognitive test to determine if he is fit to lead.