For months, years even, we have warned America that Joe Biden is in no shape to be president. He’s not fit mentally, physically, or in any other way to handle the burdens of leading the country.
That’s not partisan hyperbole, those are just the facts.
Perhaps that’s why he picked a relatively young senator to be his running mate—to make him look better? Many don’t even think Sleepy Joe will make it through one term.
And now, we’ve discovered he suffered an injury after engaging in a very dangerous activity… playing with his dog.
Here’s the diagnosis:
Joe Biden fractured his right foot while playing with one of his dogs, an injury discovered in a scan Sunday and that will likely require him to wear a boot for several weeks, his doctor said…
“Initial x-rays did not show any obvious fracture,” but medical staff ordered a more detailed CT scan, his doctor, Kevin O’Connor, said in a statement. The subsequent scan found tiny fractures of two small bones in the middle of his right foot, O’Connor said.
You’ve probably played with dogs at least once in your life. Have you ever ended up with broken bones afterward?
Of course not, nobody does. So how is it that Joe Biden broke his foot in several places after playing with a dog?
Was he mud wrestling with the thing? Bungie jumping? Probably not. He was probably playing fetch with the critter.
Doesn’t bode well for this guy’s future, huh? To break bones over something so simple is not great.
Sure, we hope the old guy gets better fast—but let’s be honest. How can a man who couldn’t hold a single rally, hid in his basement, and wanted breaks for a debate going to have enough energy to run the country?
Unless he plans on handing over the reins to Kamala sooner than anyone expected?
After all, Joe himself once said he’d be in a wheelchair by 2020. I guess he wasn’t that far off!
- Joe Biden broke his foot playing with one of his dogs.
- Doctors say he has at least two fractures in his foot and will have to wear a “boot.”
- Many Americans worried about Biden’s health problems for many years.
Source: AP News