Special Counsel Says Biden Doesn’t Remember When He Was VP or When His Son Died

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There is not a lot of trust between the U.S. Department of Justice and millions of American citizens at the moment, and for good reason.

But when people from within that department tell us that President Joe Biden – an 81-year-old man with obvious cognitive issues — has deteriorated to a point where he can’t be convicted of a crime, we should believe them.

According to a report from Robert Hur, the special counsel who has been investigating Biden’s mishandling of classified government documents during his brief time as a private citizen, the president’s days of lucidity are well behind him.

The memory issues are so great that Biden not only failed to remember what years he was vice president but also could not even come close to recalling when his son Beau died from brain cancer, according to Hur’s report, which was released Thursday afternoon.

Americans who pay attention to the events and people who decide their futures, their economy and whether they can afford to eat know Beau Biden died from brain cancer at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, in 2015.

We are the same people who might remember that Biden served as former President Barack Obama’s vice president from January 2009 to January 2017.

According to Hur’s report on Biden, the president could not remember the specifics of either.

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