Quadruple vaxxed Joe Biden on Friday tested positive for the China Coronavirus AGAIN.
This is the seventh day in a row that Joe Biden has tested positive for Covid after his ‘rebound’ infection last Saturday.
It’s not just COVID Joe Biden is not well.
Yes, we already knew this, but he’s getting worse right before our eyes.
Let’s set aside the fact that he’s tested positive for COVID for the third time in two weeks despite being quadruple-vaccinated.
The man’s mind is sinking further away as well.
A tired and sickly looking Biden once again referred to himself as the vice president during a virtual meeting.
Biden spoke about wanting to drive an electric corvette, but not being allowed to because he was VP:
“I’m not going to be able to do it because I can’t drive a vehicle while I’m vice president.”
Biden quickly corrected his “mistake,” but I’ve lost track of how many times he’s confused what his job title is in the last several years…
BIDEN: “I can’t drive a vehicle while I’m vice president, while I’m president” pic.twitter.com/jq08ieyu5n
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) August 4, 2022
Like that wasn’t enough here’s what Joe said today, during his low-energy, disturbing statement: “Most families are focused on putting three meals on the table, taking care of their kids, and paying their bills. Helping you do that is my job. That’s the president’s job as well.” Again…” helping you do that is my job. That’s the president’s job as well.” So, who does Joe think the president is? Maybe someone from our esteemed media could ask him that question because America is dying to know.
Just listen to how sickly he sounds, and you can see how frail he is. I don’t even know how he’s standing up by himself, at this point. I think they’re having him deliver these speeches outside, so they have an excuse to put those godforsaken aviator sunglasses on him to hide his sickly eyes.
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