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President Biden continued to confuse millions of Americans this week when he launched into a strange rant in New Hampshire about bridges collapsing when there are “fires on the other side.”

“Conversations around those kitchen tables… How do I cross a bridge in a snowstorm? What happened? Think about it. What happens if the bridge collapses and there’s a fire on the other side? It’s going to take 10 miles longer to get to the fire… People could die. I mean this is real! This is real stuff!” said the President.

A new poll from Politico shows just 46% of Americans believe President Joe Biden is “mentally fit” while 44% approve of his job performance.

“Voters have increasing doubts about the health and mental fitness of President Joe Biden, the oldest man ever sworn into the White House,” reports Politico. “Only 40 percent of voters surveyed agreed with the statement that Biden ‘is in good health,’ while 50 percent disagreed. That 10-percentage-point gap — outside the poll’s margin of error — represents a massive 29-point shift since October 2020, when Morning Consult last surveyed the question and found voters believed Biden was in good health by a 19-point margin.”

“Asked whether Biden is mentally fit, voters are almost evenly split, with 46 percent saying he is and 48 percent disagreeing. But that negative 2-point margin stands in stark contrast to Biden’s numbers last October, when voters believed he was mentally fit by a 21-point margin,” adds the website.

Watch Biden’s comments above.

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BIDEN on ???: ‘We’re Posed… It Can Be Done… To Light Up the Path, I’m Taking Too Much Time’

posted by Hannity Staff – 7.09.20

Former Vice President Joe Biden continued his gaffe-filled campaign from his Delaware basement this week; bizarrely admitting he’s “taking too much time” to get to the point.

“I believe this with every fiber of my being… We’re posed, what I’ve proposed, it can be done, I think we’re in a position to really make it happen!” said Biden.

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“Critical laws… On politics, look, yes, I’m taking too much time,” he added.

Watch Biden’s bizarre video above.

BIDEN in TX: ‘Look, Tomorrow is Super Thursday… Tuesday… I’m Rushing Ahead Aren’t I?’

posted by Hannity Staff – 3.02.20

Former Vice President Joe Biden continued his gaffe-filled campaign Monday in Texas; telling supporters tomorrow is “Super Thursday” before correcting himself.

“Join us. Go to JoeBiden.com… Sign up, volunteer, contribute if you can, but we need you very badly. Every vote matters tomorrow… Look, tomorrow is Super Thursday… Tuesday. I’ll tell you what, I’m rushing ahead aren’t I?” asked Biden.

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Watch Biden’s comments above.

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