This was originally published in the New York Times, no less.
Interviews with more than two dozen current and former Biden associates provide an early look into how Biden operates as president — how he deliberates, whom he consults for advice and what drives his decisions as he settles into the office he has chased for more than three decades.
What emerges is a portrait of a president with a short fuse, who is obsessed with getting the details right — sometimes to a fault, including when he angered allies and adversaries alike by repeatedly delaying a decision on whether to allow more refugees into the United States.
On policy issues, Biden, 78, takes days or weeks to make up his mind as he examines and second-guesses himself and others. It is a method of governing that can feel at odds with the urgency of a country still reeling from a pandemic and an economy struggling to recover. The president is also faced with a slim majority in Congress that could evaporate next year, giving him only months to enact a lasting legacy.
Those closest to him say Biden is unwilling, or unable, to skip the routine. As a longtime adviser put it: He needs time to process the material so that he feels comfortable selling it to the public. But the approach has its risks, as President Barack Obama found out when his own, sometimes lengthy policy debates led to infighting and extended lobbying, and made his White House feel process driven.
The report also notes that Biden relies on the staff for governing—chief of staff Ron Klain, deputy chief of staff Bruce Reed, senior adviser Mike Donilon, and Counselor to the President Steve Ricchetti. As a matter of fact, it’s pretty well known that Klain runs the Biden show.
The Biden White House has turned into a nursing home. He’s suffering from dementia and basically signing any executive order that they put in front of him.
One of Biden’s former staffers recently said that he’s losing his cognitive abilities.
Signs of Biden’s dementia have been apparent for a while.
His cognitive abilities are demonstrably fading. If he actually makes it through his term, it will be with meds and aides who have to babysit 24/7 and try to deflect attention away from his bizarre behavior. This numbnuts has access to the nuclear codes.
In all likelihood, he’ll either keel over from a heart attack or stroke, or he’ll become so mentally incapacitated that the embarrassment will be too much even for the Dems. Unfortunately, Kammy Harris is next in line.