During his presidential campaign and after he secured a White House victory, President Joe Biden continues to raise questions about his cognitive abilities, as many have speculated that they’re in some level of decline, which happens to many when they reach Biden’s age.
According to Sky News, one of the network’s hosts for Sky News Australia, Cory Bernardi, delivered a blistering monologue on his opinion of Biden’s seeming decline, bluntly stating that the United States president is clearly “cognitively impaired,” while slamming the mainstream media for hiding what he believes to be a glaring fact.
“It’s clear to me at the least that US President Joe Biden is struggling with dementia and is clearly not up to the task he’s been sworn in to do,” Bernardi said while running several clips of Biden at a recent CNN town hall event in which he stumbled on several questions, with Bernardi claiming that it was “littered with total falsehoods.”
The Sky News host drew contrast to how the mainstream media reacted to former President Donald Trump and how they seemingly treat Biden with kid gloves.
“It’s all rather pathetic, but even usually smart people are blinded by the nonsense put out by the mainstream media. They believe every perceived sin of Donald Trump while they seem intent on canonizing St. Joe,” Bernardi said.
Cory Bernardi: “Never before has the leader of the free world been so cognitively compromised.” pic.twitter.com/16l2SQLtqo
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Bernardi isn’t the first person in the media to question the state of Biden’s cognitive awareness and capabilities.
According to The Hill, former White House physician, Dr. Ronny Jackson, called Biden’s cognitive status into question during the 2020 presidential campaign, even suggesting that the nearly 80-year-old politician was “unfit” to serve as the leader of the free world.
“As a citizen of this country, I watch Joe Biden on the campaign trail and I am concerned that he does not — am convinced that he does not have the mental capacity, the cognitive ability to serve as our commander in chief and head of state,” Dr. Jackson said at the time.