The heavily edited version of Biden's performance showed him acting subdued in the beginning before becoming agitated and hardly blinking, raising concerns about his health.
Hollywood LA News pointed out the "very abrupt transition at the 8:25 mark" of the video. "Up until that point, Joe Biden looked like an old COVID patient with his typically 'sleepy' eyes. After the cut, his eyes are dilated and his demeanor becomes very energetic. He no longer has to keep clearing his throat or blinking," the news site said.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson recently disclosed that a source told him Biden was regularly fed pills under his wife Jill's supervision. The said medication is taken to keep him "from acting like a small child" and kept him active during the 2020 presidential campaign.
Biden recently tested positive for Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). To reassure the American people, White House officials released proof of life videos of Biden.
On July 27, Washington announced his recovery from the virus and urged people to get jabbed and boosted. They never mentioned the fact that being vaccinated twice and double-boosted did not protect the president from COVID-19. (Related: Biden tests positive for COVID despite getting FOUR doses of the clot shot.)
A lot of Americans and people from around the world are worried that the president is no longer fit to lead the country as he was consistently showing indicative signs of old age and possibly dementia.
Meanwhile, his approval ratings have also crashed and most Americans are discontented with the state of the economy and how he runs the country. Record-high inflation has drained the pockets as well as the energy of many Americans. A lot of other current issues are reportedly being mishandled by the administration.
These could explain why 75 percent of Democrats do not want Biden to run for a second term in 2024 and request to nominate someone other than him, according to a poll done by CNN.
Twenty-four percent of Democratic-leaning voters expressed wanting someone else because they don't think Biden can win in 2024, which is higher than the 18 percent in a poll conducted in January and February. Thirty-two percent doesn't want Biden to be reelected, which is up from 16 percent earlier this year. Only 25 percent said they prefer him as the nominee, which fell from 45 percent during the first two months of the year.
Reacting to the said survey, news anchor John King told CNN "New Day" hosts John Berman and Brianna Keilar that the Democratic voters are "frustrated." According to King, Americans were "promised the moon but his voters didn't get most of that."
He added that the Democrats clearly overpromised and now they are taking their frustrations out on "the guy in charge."
Biden, who already signified his interest to run for re-election, earned doubts even from the Democrat-friendly media outlets who have been railing against the idea.
A recent New York Times column said the best thing the president could do to help his party would be to announce his decision not to run for re-election because his presidency is "failing."
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Watch the below video for a side-by-side comparison of two Biden videos posted on the same day.
This video is from the Pain Coming channel on Brighteon.com.