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Joe Biden Thought He Was President During the Parkland Shooting

Former Vice President Joe Biden has got some serious problems if he thinks he’s a real contender for the 2020 Presidential election. For one thing, the guy has all the enthusiasm of an elderly substitute teacher on Prozac. For another thing, he’s got that whole “Creepy Joe” thing going on.

You have to admit, President Donald Trump did him a favor by calling him “Sleepy Joe” instead of “Creepy Joe.” He even said he did it on purpose because he didn’t want to hit him too hard. Honestly, we don’t know why Trump is so sweet to his political rivals sometimes. Maybe he just wants to make sure his competition will be easy to push over in 2019. Or maybe he didn’t want to tip off the pedo rings that the Trump Justice Department continues to knock down like dominoes.

If you haven’t seen the videos of Biden groping and sniffing little girls in front of the press in the White House, you should look it up – and just imagine what he’s like when the cameras are not on him.

But, on the other hand, maybe Biden isn’t throwing everything away on purpose. Maybe he just can’t help it. He does seem slow. But he might also be a bit demented. Not in a disparaging way either- but like actual senile dementia. As things gear up for the race, he’s looking more and more out of it up there in the brain pan.

Here’s Fox News with more on demented Joe Biden.


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