September 29, 2022

Hunter Biden’s therapist confirms that Joe Biden battled dementia before presidential run

Speculation about President Joe Biden’s cognitive health has been going on since the 2020 presidential campaign. Now ne’er-do-well son’s laptop might provide the final confirmation.

Hunter Biden’s therapist claimed the president “triumph[ed] over dementia” during the runup to the 2020 presidential campaign, the Daily Caller reported. This exchange, pulled from Hunter’s allegedly abandoned laptop, was recounted in a new book about the scandal.

New York Post columnist Miranda Devine’s tell-all “Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide” featured a text conversation between hunter and therapist Keith Ablow. “Your dad is the answer,” Ablow said in 2019 for who should be the Democratic nominee in the upcoming presidential race.

“Any man who can triumph over dementia is a giant,” Ablow quipped. “Think what he could do for our nation’s needed recovery.”

According to an account in the book, Hunter’s response made it seem like a joke with the president’s son noting it made him “laugh out loud.” However, further exchanges may hint at a nugget of truth in the rumor.

While the two men were bantering about starting a podcast with famous people coming on to “talk about the traumas they have endured in their lives,” Hunter said his father “could be the first guest.” Ablow asked Hunter whether the Joe Biden could “recall details” considering the “dementia and all.”

The president’s son claimed his father can’t recall “much these days but since it’s all fake news anyway I don’t see the problem,” he reportedly said. Whether he was telling the truth or said it in jest, this exchange certainly renews claims about Biden’s mental state.

Hunter Biden’s laptop was a treasure trove of crooked dealings, slimy personal details, and now a possible admission of the president’s dementia. Even if the men were not serious, it’s clear that these rumors have taken root for a reason.




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