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Don Jr. just went nuclear, linking Biden’s alarmingly odd behavior to Alzheimer’s.
Multiple videos of the former Vice President have been circulating on social media within the past week.
A gaffe or two is to be expected, but the frequency and severity of the mental stumbles that Biden has committed leave many voters worried about his mental state.
Of course, due to patient privacy, only Joe Biden and his doctor know for certain.
However, we all know that if his name were Donald Trump, the media would be covering all of these mis-steps much more aggressively.
Thanks to social media, people are raising the alarm on Joe Biden’s mental ability to be president of the United States.
The president’s eldest son Don Jr. did not hold back.
See his tweet below suggesting that Joe Biden is showing the telltale signs of dementia!
Whatever your political beliefs, Joe Biden's snap at a blue collar factory worker does not appear to be the behavior of a man with all of his mental faculties.
It is also revealing the state of today's media that this explosive encounter hardly got any media coverage. It certainly would have dominated headlines had Trump done this in 2016 on the campaign trail.
The Western Journal has more on Don Jr.'s comments and their potential impact:
“‘Aggressive or angry behaviors may occur in people with Alzheimer’s or other dementias, ” Trump Jr. wrote, appearing to quote from the webpage.
“A 50 year career politician doesn’t snap back this way to a blue collar guy asking him a reasonable question given his parties stance on the issue.”
At the event, an autoworker accused Biden of wanting to take everyone’s guns away from them.
Biden did not take it well.
The Democratic presidential front-runner snapped at the worker (and potential voter) telling him that he was “full of s—” as he got in the man’s face.
Add this to the ever-burgeoning list of gaffes, memory lapses and ornery behavior Biden has exhibited.
On Saturday he referred to himself as an “O’Biden-Bama Democrat,” literally messing up his own name in the process.
In February, he appeared on the ABC daytime talk show “The View” and fantasized about fist fighting the president.
It's well documented that if President Trump makes a spelling mistake on Twitter, the media will relentlessly cover it.
Don Jr. wasn't the president's only child to raise issue around Biden's mental health.
Eric Trump also spoke out, claiming that Democrats would attempt to use the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office if he even committed a fraction of Biden's mistakes.
Fox News reports that Eric Trump said Democrats think Biden's gaffes are "cute":
Trump Organization executive vice president Eric Trump told Fox News' special primary night coverage Tuesday that if his father, President Trump, was making the same repeated and troubling gaffes and missteps as Joe Biden, Congress would have tried to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove him from office.
The amendment, ratified in 1967 in response to the Kennedy assassination, states that the vice president or a majority of cabinet members "or of such other body as Congress may by law provide" must notify the Senate President Pro Tempore -- Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa -- and the Speaker of the House that the president is unable to discharge their duties. In that case, the vice president would take over in an acting capacity.
Trump pointed out recent head-scratching situations involving Biden, including one earlier Tuesday in which the former vice president told a Michigan worker he was "full of s---" when he questioned Biden's Second Amendment credentials. In that same exchange, Biden made referred to a fictitious "AR-14" rifle, and also accused the man of being a "horse's a--."
In other instances, Biden has called himself an "O'Biden-Bama Democrat," claimed erroneously to be running for "United States Senate" and asked a South Carolina crowd to "vote for the other Biden" if they did not want to vote for him.
"I don't know what is going on with Biden, but it is not looking good," Eric Trump told Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum. "There is something off there, and how many gaffes can you make every single day?"
"If the roles were reversed -- if my father were making the same gaffes as he was, they would literally invoke [the 25th Amendment] -- they would try and remove him from office. For some reason, they think [Biden's gaffes are] cute, and the media gives him a total pass for it. It makes me wonder."
Trump slammed Biden specifically for his obscenity-laced exchange with the Michigan worker, saying that the man was asking an honest question in the wake of Biden's promise that gun control proponent Beto O'Rourke would be in charge of his firearms policy.
"[Biden] is saying he is pro-Second Amendment and yet he is saying Beto O'Rourke is going to be his Gun czar and is going to confiscate every AR-15 off the street," he said. "He literally can't get on the stand anywhere [and] not make a serious gaffe that is embarrassing to the campaign."
The Biden campaign has already limited the length of Biden's speeches to reduce the likelihood of any gaffes.
However, he will still have to withstand at least 2 hours of intense scrutiny as more debates come around.
You can watch Eric Trump's take on Biden's gaffes below: