How will the Washington Post explain this one away? Will they contend that Biden was joking when he referred to his running mate’s husband as “Kamala’s wife”? And, if so, on what basis? He maintains a straight face throughout the video clip. Watch:
On Monday the Post was adamant that the former vice president had not confused Donald Trump with George W. Bush in an interview in which he plainly utters the phrase “Four more years of George, uh,” then repeats “George, uh,” as though he is grasping for a last name. You can watch the clip for yourself.
The Post submits that a longer version of the video provides context that supports the claim that the George in question was George Lopez, one of his two interviewers. But the quote in the previous paragraph shoots that theory to hell.
The author of the piece, Meg Kelly, who is video editor of the paper’s “Fact Checker” column, further impugns herself when she blames the “false reading” of the video on a “nasty theory the Trump campaign has been pushing for months: Joe Biden is senile.”
It’s not just the Trump campaign that has expressed concern over Biden’s conspicuous symptoms but a number of physicians credentialed in diseases of the aging who have found videos like the following — and there are countless other examples — indicative of serious cognitive impairment.
Biden’s own physician acknowledges that Biden hasn’t had a cognitive functioning test.