A whopping 86 percent of Americans believe President Joe Biden does not have the mentally capacity to serve another term.
According to a poll by ABC News/Ipsos following the Special Counsel report that described Biden as “an elderly man with a poor memory,” meaning he should not be subject to charges from the classified documents scandal, Americans think Biden is incapable of serving.
The polls found 73 percent of Democrats think Biden is too old to serve.
A whopping 91 percent of Independents also feel Biden is too old.
Mainstream media outlets like ABC News attempted to cover for Biden by also claiming Donald Trump is too old to serve.
Rather than focusing on the issue hand, Biden’s ages, the report goes to massive lengths to include Trump, noting that “the figure includes 59% of Americans who think both [Biden] and former President Donald Trump, the Republican front-runner, are too old and 27% who think only Biden is too old.”
It also states that “Sixty-two percent of Americans think Trump, who is 77, is too old to serve as president,” and then focuses on Trump being indicted on federal charges.
At the bottom of the article, there are findings of the poll that most voters believe Donald Trump would do a better job of handling immigration and the border than Joe Biden by 44 to 26 percent, and the handling of crime (41%-28%), the economy (43%-31%) and also inflation (41%-31%).
During Trump’s rally on Saturday, the former President called for cognitive tests for anyone running for President to become mandatory.
Meanwhile, Biden posted a 30-second Super Bowl PSA complaining about the size of ice cream packaging.
While you were Super Bowl shopping, did you notice smaller-than-usual products where the price stays the same?— President Biden (@POTUS) February 11, 2024
Folks are calling it Shrinkflation and it means companies are giving you less for every dollar you spend.
I’m calling on the big consumer brands to put a stop to it. pic.twitter.com/wL1NsEh78F
Don’t let President Biden gaslight you. ‘Shrinkflation’ is not the problem, Bidenomics is.— Heritage Foundation (@Heritage) February 11, 2024
Businesses are trying to stay competitive in the market by limiting how much they raise prices to offset the cost increases they’ve encountered thanks to Biden’s economic policy decisions.…
The news came after Biden claimed he had a conversation with another dead world leader last week.
Biden claimed that he spoke recently with former German Chancellor Helmet Kohl regarding the events of January 6th, 2021, at the US Capitol.
During a fundraiser in New York on Wednesday, Biden said:
“And then Helmut Kohl turned to me and said, ‘What would you say, Mr. President, if you picked up the London Times and learned that 1,000 people had broken down the doors of the British parliament, killed some bobbies on the way in, to deny the prime minister to take office.”
Helmet Kohl, who was the German chancellor between 1984 to 1989, died in 2017.
Biden didn’t even correct himself either; he mentioned Kohl again later in the day.
Earlier this week, Biden told a crowd in Las Vegas about speaking with French President Francois Mitterrand in 2021, despite him being dead since 1996.