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Biden's Demented Whispering

By HatetheSwamp
June 25, 2021 11:19 am
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I've seen it. Joe had Twitter twiterpating!

For readers of Selectsmart Post who aren't familiar with the other, now defunct, SS discussion forum: On that other forum, I, regularly, identified as demented, Joe Biden's behavior which resembled my parents' behavior as they slipped further and further into dementia. (Both of my patents died in the past five years after decsending into the depths of dementia.)

My mom and dad were residents in a retirement community and were cared for compassionately, appropriately and very competently.

In their final years, mom and dad were placed in areas of the community in which all the other residents also suffered from dementia. From our intimate contact with mom and dad, and getting to know their neighbors, one thing I concluded about Joe Biden, from early in the 020 Presidential campaign, is that, if Joe had ended up in the room next to my dad, I'd have understood why he was there.

Joe Biden would fit in as a resident in a, uh, Memory Care Unit. It's inconceivable to me that, if I met Joe as dad's neighbor in the home, it would have occurred to me: That man doesn't belong here!

One characteristic of the demented is that they lose the ability to hold on to the filters that functioning adults employ to determine what is, and is not, socially acceptable behavior.

As one example, a person with dementia might very well whisper in public and in a creepy way.

Imagine for a moment, JFK whispering like Joe did in a press conference, or FDR, or Barack Obama.

Ronald Reagan's political opponents often argue that he was suffering from mild Alzheimer's during his presidency. Heck. Imagine Reagan doing the Biden Creep by whispering at a presser.

The truth is, Reagan almost certainly was suffering from mild dementia as President.

MILD dementia.

There's valuable context with Reagan in assessing the truth about Joe Biden.

If Reagan presents an image of someone in the throes of mild dementia, what do we have to conclude about Creepy Joe!!!!!?


In the old forum, during the Trump administration, Trump supporters had integrity. While we generally supported the policies, but we frequently cringed at Trump's bizarre and narcissistic behavior.

The scariest part of the Biden Presidency is that people like Curt, and the rest of the Swampcult progressive sheep, refuse to be honest about Biden.

They're being as loyal as were all those good Germans back in the day.


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Comments:

  1. by Curt Anderson on June 25, 2021 11:55 am


    I had to look "twiterpated", more often spelled "twitterpated". It is defined as "The feeling of loneliness and eagerness to become committed in a relationship or find true love during the spring. Derived from the movie 'Bambi' where all the woodland creatures found love at first sight during the beginning of spring."

    Let's say your diagnosis of Biden is correct based on your family history of dementia. Here's the deal, as Biden would say, it doesn't matter as much as you think it does. The modern presidency is not just one person, it's an administration. It's a team. Biden's job is to set the goals and philosophy. For example, Biden made it clear he wants bipartisan compromise on legislation. It's the job of his cabinet and staff to implement the programs.


  2. by HatetheSwamp on June 25, 2021 12:17 pm
    Forget my "family history." Think about (and you'll understand my tribute to the old forum's poster, Ponderer,...and because it's Friday) effin AMERICAN history.

    Can you imagine, say, during the Russian Missile Crisis, JFK doing that creepy, inappropriate, socially unacceptable microphone whisperer thing, or Barack Obama, during a critical moment in his leadership, molding a congressional majority to pass the Affordable Care Act, whispering, claiming, "I wrote the Bill."

    No doubt, the Executive Branch operates as a team. However, with Biden behind the desk in the Oval Office, the person selected by the House of Representatives, after receiving the tainted Electoral College vote, is functioning without an elected leader.

    Obviously, the Executive Branch is being led by someone, but it's not the mike whisperer.

    What is, is. I accept that. Joe Biden is President.

    That you can't express the sort of honest and heartfelt misgivings about it that we did with Trump, both amuses me and concerns me.


  3. by Curt Anderson on June 25, 2021 12:43 pm
    Hate,
    I am concerned about your mental health as you seem to believe that Biden was "selected by the House of Representatives, after receiving the tainted Electoral College vote".



  4. by HatetheSwamp on June 25, 2021 12:46 pm
    I imagine that, apart from me, you're also concerned that nearly half of likely voters agree with me.


  5. by Curt Anderson on June 25, 2021 1:04 pm
    Yes, it's concerning. But fortunately you are part of dwindling breed. Now only 32% still believe the election was stolen from Trump.
    monmouth.edu


  6. by HatetheSwamp on June 25, 2021 1:38 pm
    Holy effin Cow!, Curt!

    Did you notice that that Monmouth poll was of "Americans!!!!!?" Not even voters. Certainly not LIKELY voters.

    If one third of all Americans still think that the smoke filled room handlers of that perverted and demented doddering old fart from Delaware stole the election, that's bad new for Biden's party in the 022 election.

    Frankly, and quite honestly, if you'd asked me what a respected poll, like Monmouth, would reveal 7 months out of the election...that ALL AMERICANS...thought about the swiped election question, I'd have guessed that 20% tops would still be that aggregated that they'd still believe.

    If a telephone poll of Joes and Janes on the street comes out with that high a percentage, 1/3!!!!, a solid poll of likely voters would likely show that that much smaller subset of the populace would reveal a percentage of 50, maybe higher.

    I've been impressed by my sense that people on the right have held on to the belief about the lack of integrity in the counting of votes in the last election.

    And, if this far out from election day in 020, this many people still think the Dems stole the election, when 022 comes around, the Dems will be in trouble.

    Two realities drive the cynicism so many have about 020.

    First, no compelling case has been made that might allay the concerns of those of us who doubt the 020 election result.

    Second, the standard SwampMedia response to our doubts has been to mock and deride us. That's not how to win friends and influence people.


  7. by Curt Anderson on June 25, 2021 2:15 pm
    What else would you expect the response to people who believe in fantasies such as the world is flat, that leprechauns and unicorns frolic in the forest or that Trump actually won the election to be other than mockery and derision? A net and a straight jacket?

    Trump was successful in suppressing the Republican turnout (yes, Republicans) when he convinced his supporters not the vote by mail. Now he is successfully convincing Republicans that elections are rigged so there isn't much point in bothering to vote.

    I disagree with your presumption the Republicans will be more motivated to vote because they are ridiculed.

    21% of Republicans are less motivated to vote in the future, while 33% are more motivated and 46% have the same motivation.

    Only 5% of Democrats are less motivated to vote, by contrast, while 49% are more motivated.

    21% of Independents are also less motivated to vote in future elections, and 29% are more motivated.
    forbes.com
    businessinsider.com


  8. by HatetheSwamp on June 25, 2021 3:34 pm
    What I said is that the people who thought that the smoke filled room handlers of that perverted and demented doddering old fart from Delaware swiped the election in the aftermath of the election continue in that belief, in part, because they are ridiculed by the SwampMedia.

    My guess is that, by election day next year, independents will break hard for the GOPs because the issues that will interest voters will be GOP issues.


  9. by Curt Anderson on June 25, 2021 3:44 pm
    Maybe, Hate, maybe. We'll know something when the mid-term elections are held.

    Incidentally, thank you for your contributions to The Post. In the meantime, I am promoting it throughout SelectSmart.com, especially in the political, religion and philosophy selectors. The traffic has increased. See the daily visit count below. Hopefully some those lurkers will become posters.
    cqcounter.com


  10. by HatetheSwamp on June 26, 2021 3:15 am
    Curt,

    It's nice to be here but I think that I'll always miss the other forum. As I said at the time you first mentioned the possibility of shutting it down, what I enjoyed most over there was the community that had developed over the years.

    Perhaps some of the old gang will eventually ease on down this road.

    Until then, I'll enjoy the sparring.




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