For years conservatives have been calling foul on Biden’s ability to serve. Now it’s all coming to a head.
And an alarming report proves just how far gone Joe Biden truly is.
Joe Biden is damaged goods. We all know it.
Even Democrats hate that he’s their candidate and think he’s unfit to serve.
In a recent AP-NORC poll, 69% of Democrats said Biden is too old to effectively serve as president.
In total 77% of all U.S. adults polled agreed it was time for Biden to pack his bags for the retirement home.
Another NBC poll found 68% of all voters say they have concerns about Biden having the necessary mental and physical health to be president.
With so much power granted to the president, it’s only reasonable to make sure that he’s “all there” before we give him another term.
And one Republican is finally demanding answers.
Senator Bill Cassidy (R-LA) suggested on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday that President Joe Biden provide a “full neurological evaluation” of his cognitive ability.
Cassidy said, “Shouldn’t there be transparency? Shouldn’t President Biden release a full neurological evaluation to his cognitive ability and whomever else? You picked a person.”
Anchor Chuck Todd said, “It’s one thing if it’s something voters should demand, but is it something that should be in the Constitution?”
Cassidy said, “I don’t know if it should be the Constitution, but it certainly should be the House rule.”
Todd said, “Well we, House rules get violated all of the time.”
Cassidy said, “I get that. I would be okay with that. I think if you want to be the president of the United States or Senator or House member, then there is a responsibility over and above that of just operating yourself. You have to show that you have clarity.”
Todd said, “Wouldn’t it be nice to say, show us your tax returns and medical records? Almost standardized with those things?”
Cassidy said, “I think that would be reasonable, too, because if the voter is going to make a decision, we have to give her as much information as we possibly can.”
Watch the full exchange below:
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