To be fair, this isn’t even him at his worst—not nearly, but we will see how the rest of the summit plays out. …
Those who know what to look for know that Biden continues to slip cognitively and it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that America’s oldest ‘President’ is experiencing these issues.
Biden looks fine in the video below, but a closer inspection will show a robotic walk—literally one-foot-in-front-of-the-other. This is a classic sign of dementia—strained or impaired motor function.
He is led through the walkway by an aide and when he finally gets to the destination where the other world ‘leaders’ are, he seems lost and shuffles around.
I’m no expert on global diplomacy, but in my day, when leaders congregated in front of the camera they shook each other’s hands…
Take a look:
This one really trips me up, Biden has lost numerous battles to his nemesis—the stairs, and this time it’s no different…
I wonder how many times they ‘practiced’ this before showing this final cut to the public:
Trending Politics didn’t fail to notice Biden’s slip-ups, and writes:
In a clip of the interaction, the octogenarian president appeared dazed as he slowly shuffled around several corners while an aide held out his hand and motioned for Biden to continue on his path.
The president eventually reached a small group of world leaders, including British PM Rishi Sunak and far-left Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, and proceeded to bow to one person before taking his perch within the circle.
The RNC shared a photo of Biden’s talking points neatly ordered on a list. …I recall President Trump never needing such lists. …
Here are the "TALKING POINTS" Biden is using at the G7 Summit in Japan pic.twitter.com/kqmhQPu3Wq
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 19, 2023
Additionally, the people of Japan have taken to mass protests in Hiroshima against Biden’s recent appearance at the G7 Summit.
The prevailing notion among people is that Biden shouldn’t be there tacitly encouraging nuclear war while at Hiroshima—the site of nuclear devastation at the hands of the U.S. government.
Protests in Hiroshima against US🇺🇸 President Joe Biden’s visit for the G7 Summit. Biden refuses to apologise for the US using a nuclear bomb on the city in 1945, which killed 140,000 people. After the bombing, the US covered up the effects of radiation on the population by… pic.twitter.com/usauojFtEZ
— Going Underground (@GUnderground_TV) May 19, 2023
Additionally, Washington Examiner reports that Biden’s standing is under question:
President Joe Biden will disembark Air Force One in Japan to meet with leaders of some of the world’s most advanced economies as the United States remains under threat of a default.
But Biden’s decision to skip side trips to Australia and Papua New Guinea to take part in the debt ceiling negotiations with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) is now also being criticized for handing a political win for China in the Indo-Pacific.