Biden is in early dementia

If you got to this post for some reason or other please go immediately to https://luysii.wordpress.com/2021/06/30/biden-is-in-early-dementia-the-evidence/

am having much trouble with the wordpress editor and hope to have a full post out soon with links and video clips showing exactly what I mean. Forget the spin in the text of the links, just look at the clips and make up your own mind. Sorry.

Addendum 21 June ’21

Many apologies for posting the above without documentation. I’m still working with WordPress to get a functional editor.

In the meantime, I strongly suggest that you look at Biden’s press conference of 14 June ’21 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAWRHM4i3Dg
particularly the segment at 15 minutes where his response makes little sense, and then he shuts down completely for 7 seconds, apparently quite confused. That’s my reading of the video.

Here’s the data. Reach your own conclusion about what you are seeing. 

More to follow when I get the editor working.

People with early dementia act like this intermittently, with normal functioning most of the time. I’ve certainly seen this in two very high functioning family members. We’d say things like ‘it must have been the heat’, or he/she ‘must have been very tired’.

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Comments

  • Christophe L Verlinde  On June 20, 2021 at 9:25 pm

    Biden is a genuine person with decades of experience and he is surrounded by experts in all fields. Stoking controversy about him is unbecoming.

    Maybe a stronger rebuke of your post is needed. Issuing alarmist statements about his mental health is reprehensible. You are not his physician. Moreover, armchair diagnosis is frowned upon by the American Psychiatric Association.

    I’ve been following your blog for several years and also have been reading you comments on the “in the pipeline” blog. On the basis of that experience I had not expected to stoop that low.

  • luysii  On June 20, 2021 at 9:41 pm

    Please wait for the post with the links and the videos, view them and then make up your own mind. Apologies. This would not have happened if I could get the editor to work.

  • luysii  On June 20, 2021 at 9:58 pm

    I strongly suggest that you look at Biden’s press conference of 14 June ’21 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAWRHM4i3Dg
    particularly the segment at 15 minutes where his response makes little sense, and then he shuts down completely for 7 seconds, apparently quite confused. That’s my conclusion

    Here’s the data. Reach your own conclusion about what you are seeing.

    More to follow

  • Peter Shenkin  On June 20, 2021 at 10:58 pm

    Biden has a long history of foot-in-mouth disease. He’s never been eloquent. Yes, there was a long pause, but I didn’t hear anything that didn’t make sense, and after the pause he was quite to the point, though he had to be reminded what the second question was.

    I hope that when you give your evidence, you also give a prediction: If you are right, what other symptoms would you expect to see, and on what time scale?

    In 2016, you were quite certain that Hillary Clinton had Parkinson’s disease. Have you seen anything since to either change your mind about that or make you more certain?

    • luysii  On June 21, 2021 at 6:54 pm

      Peter: I think you are mistaken and will check this out. Still working on fleshing out the above post.

    • luysii  On June 24, 2021 at 11:56 am

      The following was written in 2016 after a Hillary Trump debate

      Last night’s debates should put two suggestions about Hillary’s health to rest and gives some evidence for two others. First, she does not have Parkinson’s disease. Second, she does not have epilepsy. Third, her eye movements still show some residua from the stroke of December 2012. Fourth, she may have a mild proximal myopathy.

  • RobZ  On July 6, 2021 at 3:00 pm

    Biden had a severe stutter when he was young. It’s still there, but he’s learned to manage it. Mostly.

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