Biden's incoherent speech provokes people to think about the incapacity of the US presidential candidate
The speech of the US presidential candidate Joe Biden in Pittsburgh was, mildly speaking, not entirely successful. The confusion of words and incoherent speech has raised concerns among Democratic supporters.
"COVID has taken this year — just since the outbreak — has taken 100 year. Look, here's...the lives...it's just...I mean, think about it. More lives this year than any other year for the past 100 years," Biden said.
Just as the media previously attacked Donald Trump with suspicions of dementia and poor health, now such statements are directed towards the opponent of the incumbent president.
One of the first to notice Biden's speech was Donald Trump's son, Eric Trump.
"This is why the Biden campaign doesn't want him to leave his basement — this guy isn't playing with a full deck and it is so irresponsible that the media covers this up..." he tweeted.
This is why the Biden campaign doesn’t want him to leave his basement — this guy isn’t playing with a full deck and it is so irresponsible that the media covers this up... pic.twitter.com/HJ2dJI3jpx— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) September 1, 2020
"Would anyone let this man handle their checkbook. He is incapacitated. I really don't think he will make it to the election. His family needs to stop this. It's truly sad," twitter user wrote.
"It's dementia. I've seen it up close, as a lot of us have, sadly. I can't understand why Jill Biden is allowing this to continue," another one said.
A similar situation happened with Donald Trump a few months ago, when the President of the United States and the presidential candidate was captured unable to raise a glass of water with one hand and when he needed help to walk.
Trump still hasn't totally figured out how to drink water pic.twitter.com/IO8CDXmD9i— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) June 13, 2020