Biden proves he’s lost his mind with one TV appearance

Voters are concerned that Biden’s mental acuity could be compromised. This leaves no room for doubt.

And Biden proved he’s lost his mind with one TV appearance.

If you look at the most recent NBC News poll, Joe Biden has plenty to worry about going into 2024.

His overall approval rating is in the low 40s, but that isn’t the worst of it.

The poll also found 68% of all voters say they have concerns about Biden having the necessary mental and physical health to be president, including 55% who say they have “major” concerns.

Not only that, but in 2020, 21% of Democrats said they had moderate/major concerns about Biden’s fitness. Now it’s 43% of Dems who say this.

Almost a majority of his party are seriously concerned that he isn’t all there and can’t effectively lead.

And Biden’s recent interview on MSNBC surely isn’t going to allay any fears.

While the cameras were still rolling, President Joe Biden abruptly stood up and exited a live televised appearance on MSNBC Thursday afternoon.

“Deadline” host Nicole Wallace was closing up the softball interview when Biden slid out of his seat.

“Mr. President, thank you,” Wallace said as the president walked over and shook her hand.

In a television clip, Biden can be seen heading off set behind Wallace as she’s looking into the camera to tease her next section.

“Don’t go anywhere, it’s a very exciting day around here,” Wallace said to the audience.

“We’ll have reaction and analysis to everything we just heard from the president.”

During the conversation, Biden, 80, had numerous difficult moments, including mixing up the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution while debating the Supreme Court’s judgment that race-based college admissions are prohibited.

“Its value system is different, and its respect for our institutions is different,” Biden said of the Supreme Court.

“And in that sense, it’s not as embracing of all, what I think the con—the Constitution says, ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men and women are created equal, endowed by their creator.’ It’s the uniqueness of America – we’ve never fully lived up to it, we never walked away from it. And this court seems to say, ‘No, that’s not always the case.’ The idea that there’s no right of privacy in the Constitution, giving states power that we fought a war over in 1960 [sic]. You know, I just think it’s — this is not your father’s Republican Party.”

The portion of text from the Constitution that Biden used is actually from the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence.

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