Joe Biden insists he’s still well but admits “I could drop dead tomorrow!” He said concerns about his advanced age are “legitimate” but didn’t touch on his lack of mental capacity.
While making an attempt to reassure American voters that he still has enough energy to run for office again in 2024, Biden admitted he could “drop dead tomorrow, and that people should not be too worried about his allegedly deteriorating health and regular gaffes. In a clip from an interview with MSNBC released on Sunday, Biden, 79, was asked what he would tell Americans that were not sure whether he should seek re-election because of his advanced age.
“I think it’s a legitimate thing to be concerned about anyone’s age, including mine,” he replied, describing himself as “a great respecter of fate.” The most odd part of Biden’s quote was when he claimed he could get a disease and die tomorrow. With all kinds of infections and diseases running rampant around the globe right now, is this foretelling something? Or just another quip from a senile old tyrant?
“I could get a disease tomorrow. I could, you know, drop dead tomorrow,” he said according to a report by RT. Biden went on to say that the best way to make a judgment about his health is to watch him. “You know, am I slowing up? Do I not have the same pace?” he asked. “Right now, knock on wood, I do not want to jinx myself, I am in good health,” he said, adding that he is functioning well both physically and mentally.
A good number of humans on this planet would disagree that Biden is mentally and physically capable of anything.
Back in July, the New York Times reported, citing sources, that his age is increasingly becoming an issue for his administration. Officials interviewed by the outlet admitted that the US leader’s “energy level” is not what it once was and that they “quietly watch out” for him.
Of course, if something does happen to Biden, the United States will be under the thumb of another tyrant, Kamala Harris. There is no escape right now from our slavery until people stop voting and refuse to have masters ruling over them.