MS- Biden Smacks Head On Marine One Exit

Reports show that when President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden stepped out of the presidential helicopter upon their return from Delaware to the White House, Biden seemed to knock his skull on the frame of Marine One.

During a press conference on February 8, in an effort to dispel rumors about his mental capacity, the 81-year-old president referred to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi as the president of Mexico.

According to Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report about the president’s handling of classified materials, the president would come across to a jury as a kind, well-intentioned old man who suffers from impaired memory and cannot remember important dates in his life.  As a result, the study concluded that Biden should not face prosecution.

Media outlets indicated that Democrats voiced their disapproval of Hur’s findings. Paul Begala, a former advisor to President Bill Clinton, told NPR that the study cleared him legally but crippled him politically. According to Begala, everything that contributes to the dominant negative narrative is particularly detrimental.

According to a recent ABC News/Ipsos survey, 86% of people think Biden is too old to run for reelection. The margin of error for this survey of 528 people in the US is 4.5%.

According to the National Public Radio, former Obama White House senior advisor David Axelrod said that the research only served to highlight Biden’s biggest obstacle.

Republicans have emphasized the results of the Hur investigation concerning Biden.

In his interview with Fox News, Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton said that Special Counsel Robert Hur’s findings were expected and, for a long time, the American people have seen that Biden has a memory problem. Cotton said that if Joe Biden would not face criminal charges, Donald Trump should not face criminal charges either. There is a clear double standard.