Biden’s Office Struggles to Present Him as a Healthy, Capable Man

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In typical fashion, the easily irritable left has now turned on their beloved President Joe Biden, with one Yale medical school professor apparently fed up with Joe putting in eight-plus hours of work even when he’s sick…allegedly.

The professor in question, Dr. Kimberly Sue, believes Biden’s willingness to work while sick with COVID-19 is a clear-cut sign of promoting white supremacy; albeit she didn’t provide any explanation as to how that is the case.

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Libs viewing the world through the prism of race

She continues by claiming Biden’s very presence in the workplace with his condition sets a bad example and endangers the rest of the White House staff.

The tweet, which has been deleted by Sue since, was ridiculed by Twitter netizens immediately, save for a few that actually feed into the left’s absurd agenda that just about anything can be related to racist behavior.

Brit Hume of Fox News deconstructed the tweet, claiming it’s a good representation of what happens to someone’s brain when they refuse to view the world without their lib-mandated race prism.

Furthermore, right after Sue’s infamous tweet, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre spoke up on the president’s health, claiming he’s still consistently putting in eight hours a day, with an image of him supposedly talking with his security team.

White House props Biden up for press conferences

Earlier last week, Biden was present at a gas price conference for a few minutes, likely as a way of touting his health; although anyone with a watchful eye could see exactly how much of a toll his age has taken on him.

At one point during the conference, our 79-year-old president looked like an assisted living patient.

This has been going on for months now, evident by the number of press conference gaffes where Biden will slur his words or even struggle to keep his balance.

Many have jokingly pointed out that keeping him in the position he was originally appointed to is akin to elder abuse; given his current track record as president, some changes are definitely due.

With the midterm elections right around the corner, that may even be the case as Republicans are in a good position to claim some victories this November.

With the lineup of GOP hopefuls for the 2024 election, things could be looking up for the US.

Trump has hinted at a 2024 run, albeit with no conclusive evidence.

The right-leaning crowd is already cheering for him, with many prominent Republican figures claiming they will campaign with him, should he attempt to reclaim his spot in the White House.

Regardless of who wins though, Biden’s ineffectiveness as president was evident from day one when he was signed into office. At this point, just about anyone else would be a welcome change.

This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.