Ever since Joe Biden supposedly won the 2020 election, there has been one nagging question in most Americans’ minds, ‘is he mentally capable of holding office?’ Just in the 11 months President Biden has been in the White House, he has broken his own mandates, thrown America on the brink of another recession, and can’t make it through a speech without fumbling and stumbling. With even some doctors calling his mental health into question, the Biden administration continues to promote a healthy and coherent Joe. But according to a new book, President Biden’s own son, Hunter, also questions his father’s mental capacity. 

Written by Miranda Devine, “Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide” dives into the strange and dark world of Hunter. And apparently, he exchanged numerous text messages with his therapist in 2019 claiming that his dad, now-President Biden, had dementia.

Just ahead of Biden starting his presidential run, Hunter was speaking with his therapist Keith Ablow when the topic of Biden’s mental health came up. Ablow texted, “Your dad is the answer. Any man who can triumph over dementia is a giant. Think what he could do for our nation’s needed recovery.”

It should be noted that Hunter would respond, “You’re such an a–hole but that made me laugh out loud.”

Ablow would later add, “Perhaps he can help us remember all we intended to be as a people since he can now remember his address.” 

Again, Hunter responded that his father “doesn’t need to [know] where he lives” because “that’s the only thing the secret service get[s] right at least 75% of the time.”

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The White House would release President Biden’s physical exam just ahead of Thanksgiving, but surprisingly, it didn’t include a cognitive test. Dr. Marc Siegel, a clinical professor of medicine, said, “If we’re looking into neurological causes for the gait change, I don’t think the way they characterize that in the physical is sufficient. I want more information. I want to know what the MRIs show, and I want to know what the nerve conduction EMG shows to rule out things that are more extensive, that by the way, can be associated with cognitive changes like mental status, like dementia.”