When Joe Biden is trending after his speeches it’s usually for the strangest reasons. A few weeks ago he went viral after it appeared CNN changed his blood red background to pink during a speech focused on Trump supporters. Now he’s going viral again, but this time it’s related to his mental health.
Did Joe Biden Get Lost on Stage After Speaking at John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston?
At 79 years old Joe Biden is the oldest president in United States history. Since taking office one of the most popular topics regarding his ability to function as president was his mental health. Most people at 79 are in the midst of retirement, while Joe Biden is taking upon what is likely one of the most stressful job in the world. Over the past two years various strange mishaps during his public appearances have heightened the skepticism regarding his mental health, and the impact the rigors of being president may be having on him.
Many people believe that his most recent speech is more evidence of possible cognitive decline. Viral footage shows the moment it appeared Joe Biden got lost on stage after speaking at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston. As he was attempting to leave the stage Joe Biden look very confused as he started walking one way, then turned around to walk the other, before standing still to wait for instructions. The moment stuck chords around the world as even Australian news stations reported on Joe Biden getting lost on stage. Their video titled “Mental Decline: Internet Roasts Joe Biden After He Got Lost on Stage” received over a million views in the span of a few hours.
This moment might be even worse than the teleprompter debacle in terms of loss awareness on stage. It’s almost like he’s a real life comedy sketch waiting to happen during each of his speeches, and that’s not a good look for a president. At the same time he still deserves some props for being able handle being President so far at the age of 79.
Still yet these moments make many people wonder if he’s physically and mentally capable of handling a second term.