Biden officials rushed Joe away after his brain broke on camera

Joe Biden

It seems that Joe Biden can’t answer even the simplest of questions. Instead, he just stands there looking confused.

And now Biden officials rushed Joe away after his brain broke on camera.

When asked about his reelection prospects at a Los Angeles event, President Joe Biden appeared perplexed.

Though the audio is difficult to hear, a reporter questioned Biden at an event about his upcoming State of the Union address and reelection.

Biden froze and appeared bewildered until being rescued by Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass.

“He’s gonna win reelection anyway,” Bass said to cheers.

The reporters were then ushered out of the room.

The embarrassing incident is just one of several that Biden has encountered as his mental acuity has come under heightened scrutiny.

Some observers believe he is unable to communicate with the public in a “unscripted” setting.

The latest assessment of Biden’s mental acuity came following special counsel Robert Hur’s report on the president’s mishandling of sensitive papers, which he blamed on Biden’s “poor memory.”

But at the end of the day, it’s not about what reporters say or what videos show.

The only thing that matters is what the voters believe.

In a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday, only 34 percent of registered voters think the president has “the mental fitness to serve a second presidential term.”

64 percent of registered voters said they don’t think Biden is mentally fit for another term.

The interesting part of the poll is that many also believe he’s not only mentally unfit, but physically too.

34 percent said he has “the physical fitness to serve a second presidential term,” and 62 percent said he doesn’t.

That report has added to growing concerns about the president’s age. The Biden campaign has complained about the media’s concentration on the subject.

The New York Times’ publisher stated this week that the White House is “extremely upset” with how the newspaper has portrayed the 81-year-old president’s age.

The Quinnipiac poll, conducted from February 15 to 19, included 1,421 self-identified registered voters and had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 2.6 percentage points.

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