Dangerously ‘delusional’: New unnerving warning about Biden
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By Bob Unruh
A new, unsigned editorial from the Washington Examiner cites the dangers of electing a president in his 80s.
Joe Biden now is heading at break-neck speed for his 81st birthday.
But the editorial said the danger is that he has become “delusional,” imagining things that never happened.
Worse yet, boasting about those accomplishments to leaders of ally nations.
Biden has a decades-long reputation for verbal gaffes, blunders and insults to people. He recently called for a newly deceased member of Congress to be at a press conference in person, and repeatedly has claimed his son, Beau, died in Iraq, when he actually died of brain cancer in a U.S. hospital.
But the editorial explains the real “danger” was “clear last weekend when President Joe Biden spoke at a press conference at the G7 meeting in Hiroshima, Japan.”
“Biden spoke about the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, which was formed in 2007 between Australia, India, Japan, and the United States to counter Chinese military and economic aggression in the region. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd pulled Australia out of the group in 2008, but President Donald Trump managed to reinstate the alliance in 2017,” the Examiner said.
“None of this reality seems to have lodged itself in Biden’s increasingly muddled mind, which always seems to tell its possessor that he played a central role. Speaking in Hiroshima, Biden said: ‘I doubt many people in this audience or any other audience would have said that two years after being elected, I’d be able to convince India, Australia, Japan, and the United States to form an organization called the Quad.’
“He’s right: No one could have imagined that Biden would do that, because it had already been done by his predecessor. Such self-aggrandizing delusion in our chief executive is embarrassing,” the Examiner said.