Hunter Accidentally Admits That Joe Has Dementia

By now even foreign media outlets have begun to take notice and to report on his deteriorating cognitive condition.

The interesting thing is that even mainstream media outlets here in The U.S. have started to report on it, yet we are still facing tacit denial from these very same sources on the state of his mental health.

We now have one more confirmation that Joe Biden is in fact suffering from dementia.

According to New York Post writer Miranda Devine’s new book, Hunter Biden accidentally let it slip to his therapist that his father has dementia.

He communicated this as a light hearted turn of phrase, joking that if his father had overcome dementia then he was indeed a man of capability and respect.

Something tells me that he wasn’t just joking around, and while one part of his statement may have been mockery, the subject of that statement seems to have a growing body of evidence behind it…

Let’s take a look at what he said:

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Fox News highlights the accidental admission:

A few months before Joe Biden launched his presidential campaign, Hunter Biden was exchanging text messages with Keith Ablow, his therapist and friend, in early January 2019. The book highlighted that Ablow and Hunter were discussing Democratic presidential candidates when Ablow said, “Your dad is the answer” and then later quoted himself, mockingly saying, “Any man who can triumph over dementia is a giant. Think what he could do for our nation’s needed recovery.”

Becker News had more:

Furthermore, Joe Biden may have had progressive dementia for nearly the last decade.

“Reached at his Massachusetts office, Ablow declined to comment, but he once diagnosed then-Vice President Biden as having ‘early onset dementia’ during a 2012 appearance on Fox News, so that background may underpin the banter,” the book added.

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