POTUS says son Beau died in Iraq. He actually died at Walter Reed Hospital in Bethesda, Md.
10/15/2022 // News Editors // Views

Those who doubt that President Joe Biden is unfit for the presidency because he has full-blown dementia can stop doubting.

(Article by R. Cort Kirkwood republished from TheNewAmerican.com)

During an enviro-twaddle speech yesterday at Camp Hale Vail, Colorado, Biden claimed that his late son Beau died while serving in Iraq. In fact, Beau died of brain cancer.

The remarkable lapse of memory, along with other recent behavior such as wandering cluelessly on stages, or needing wife “Dr.” Jill’s direction, is sure proof that Biden is declining mentally and incapable of fulfilling the duties of his office.

Died in Iraq? Nope

The latest on the mentally unfit president surfaced when he detoured from the usual Birkenstock Babble to a history lesson about the U.S. Army’s 10th Mountain Division. During World War II, the 10th trained at Camp Hale, about 115 miles south of Denver, where Biden spoke.

“The 10th Mountain Division was stationed on the valley floor, surrounded by rugged boulders, forests, and mountains stretching 14 feet high — 14,000 feet high, among the tallest mountains in America,” Biden said. ”Facing high altitudes and harsh terrain, deep snow, bitter cold, soldiers at Camp Hale learned to scale rock, ski, and survive, preparing for the war they were about to fight.”

Biden recalled that in February 1945, the Division “scaled that 1,800-foot cliff at night, caught the Germans by surprise … captured key positions, and broke through the German defense line at a pivotal point in the war.”


That provided the change to reminisce about Beau Biden:

Just imagine — and I mean this sincerely. I say this as a father of a man who won the Bronze Star, the Conspicuous Service Medal, and lost his life in Iraq. Imagine the courage, the daring, and the genuine sacrifice — genuine sacrifice they all made.

In fact, Beau Biden lost his life just outside Washington, D.C., at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in peaceful Bethesda, Maryland. He died of glioblastoma multiforme, the insidious, relentless brain cancer — called “The Terminator” in one medical journal — that killed U.S. Senators John McCain and Ted Kennedy.

As for Beau Biden’s Bronze Star, why he received it is unclear. Biden was not a combat soldier, but instead was a lawyer with the Army’s Judge Advocate General Corps.

Problem is, claiming his son received the decoration, and that he died in Iraq, suggests that Beau Biden died in combat. If he had, he would have received, at minimum, a “V” device for valor on the Bronze Star, and a Purple Heart, which is given to those wounded or killed in combat.

Other Cues

Misspeaking about his own son is a far more important lapse than calling upon a deceased congresswoman he barely knew to stand and be recognized at a White House event.

Speaking of GOP Representative Jackie Walorski of Indiana in late September, Biden asked, “Jackie? Where’s Jackie.” Jackie was buried in a grave in Southlawn Cemetery in South Bend, Indiana. She died in a car wreck on August 3.

Beyond the gaffes about his son and Walorski, Biden often wanders aimlessly after speaking at public events, and recently used a cheat sheet that said “YOU take YOUR seat.”

Aside from wife “Dr.” Jill guiding him like a seeing eye dog, Biden shakes hands with the air and was so lost at a White House Easter event the Easter Bunny had to point where he should go.

Concerns about Biden’s mental decline began during the 2020 presidential campaign, when even Trump-hating leftists recognized that he was not up to the job.

In March 2020, Ryan Grim, a writer for The Intercept, averred that Biden was “sundowning,” a symptom of Alzheimer’s disease. Freelance finance writer Matthew Stoller, a supporter of Bernie Sanders, tweeted that “Democratic insiders know Biden has cognitive decline issues. They joke about it. They don’t care.”

“Democrats are conspiring to gaslight the American people by engineering the election of a man clearly suffering from dementia,” cartoonist Ted Rall wrote.

Read more at: TheNewAmerican.com

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