It’s no secret that Joe Biden had a terrible, very bad, no good week.
First, his CNN town hall was a complete flop, both in terms of his performance and the ratings.
Next, a former White House doctor went public.
He predicted that Biden will be forcibly removed from office through the 25th Amendment.
Biden’s week ended even worse.
You see, Biden just arrived back at the White House.
But before he went inside, he talked briefly with the press corps.
And he appeared to say:
My butt’s been wiped!
The video is just now beginning to go viral on social media.
And nearly everyone here’s the same thing:
That Biden’s admitting that his butt has been wiped…
But by whom?
So what do you hear?
Listen to the clip below:
If you want to see the whole video…
Well, we’ll post it for you below.
To be clear: it does not make things any better.
In other words, while we’re isolating this specific clip, we’re not taking it out of context.
It makes the most sense that he’s actually talking about his butt being wiped.
Biden landed approximately around 2:50.
Within the hour, the video began gaining attention on social media.
President Joe Biden took one question from reporters when he returned to the White House this afternoon after *another* weekend in Delaware but we have no idea WTF he said at the start of the exchange.
It’s a mystery!
Or maybe it was, “my butt’s been wiped”?:
And remember when then-President Trump walked down a ramp slowly and it was a multi-day story?
Below, we’ll explain why this is so important.
This isn’t gossip.
This isn’t to make fun of an old man (that’s mean and wrong).
This is because it could concern the security of our country.
If Biden is truly saying, “My butt’s been wiped,” then that would appear to suggest that he cannot handle going to the bathroom.
This would be the biggest indicator yet that Biden is truly suffering cognitive decline.
How would this be proof?
Well, loss of bowel control and the need to wear diapers is normal among people with cognitive decline, according to Aging Care:
Incontinence is a condition that is often difficult for a person to accept and deal with. Many seniors try to ignore this new development and carry on with their lives, but a head-in-the-sand approach usually draws more attention to the problem. There are ways to encourage a loved one to address this issue, but they require patience, understanding and a commitment to upholding your loved one’s dignity.
“My parent won’t wear adult diapers and it drives me nuts!”
This is a common complaint from family caregivers whose loved ones are suffering from incontinence, and I absolutely sympathize. However, one glaring piece of this sentence stands out to me: the word “diaper.”
If denial, obliviousness and depression aren’t factors in your loved one’s refusal to partake in continence care, a dementia screening might be the next step. It doesn’t matter who tries to reason with them or how they go about it. If cognitive decline is a factor, a senior may no longer be capable of making sound decisions about wearing incontinence products, changing their clothing or other important self-care tasks. Make a doctor’s appointment for a full evaluation whenever new or worsening memory issues or signs of dementia appear. Early diagnosis is crucial for adequate planning and care.