Fox News’ Brit Hume suggests Joe Biden is showing early signs of senility

Fox News’ Brit Hume is finally paying attention to the words of Joe Biden — and he sees something very troubling.

Hume — who is no fan of Donald Trump, by the way — is reportedly suspicious that Biden’s gaffes are not just gaffes, but signs of a more serious health problem, The Washington Examiner reports.

Memory Issues

Honestly, if Joe Biden has mixed up where he was once on the campaign trail, it would be understandable.

Candidates are traveling all over the country, so at some point, everyone is bound to mix up a city. However, in Biden’s case, this is happening at virtually every stop these days.

In the video above, Biden refers to Keene as being in Vermont, not New Hampshire. Getting a city wrong is understandable — but not realizing what state you are in, well, that is problematic.

Biden has also confused timelines. He recently discussed being in office during the shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida. The date of this shooting — Feb. 14, 2018 — was not even close to when Biden was vice president; it took place well after the Trump administration took over.

More Warning Signs

It is not just states and timelines, either. Biden is regularly getting his facts mixed up. For instance, he recently stated the assassinations of JKF and MLK took place in the late 1970s, when they occurred in 1968.

In addition, twice now, Biden has referred to Margaret Thatcher as the current Prime Minister of Britain — but she passed away in 2013, when Biden was VP.

People are beginning to ask some very serious questions about his health.

The easy fix for Biden is to undergo a full medical examination, but that is not his solution to the problem.

For those expressing concern about Biden’s memory issues and his age, he simply tells them not to vote for him.

That is not exactly an answer that elicits confidence in a 76-year-old presidential candidate who would be 78 by the time he took office.

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