Sleepy Joe is going to have a hard time running for president…
Former Vice President Joe Biden has made another in a long line of mistakes and now his brain doctor is speaking out about it.
“Just like in my generation, when I got out of school, when Bobby Kennedy and Dr. King had been assassinated in the ’70s, the late ’70s when I got engaged,” he said at an event on Tuesday.
Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden falsely claims Robert F. Kennedy and MLK were “assassinated in the ‘70’s”
Biden, then appearing to talk about political activism in the 1960s, claims “none of you women would know this“pic.twitter.com/CjcQJNWeSO
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) August 21, 2019
The former vice president has had some medical issues with his brain that were extremely serious.
He got out of the presidential race in February 1988 after suffering two brain aneurysms.
In his book “Promises to Keep” he described that he passed out in his hotel after he gave a speech at the University of Rochester.
He said he fell asleep and when he awoke around five hours later there was “’lightning flashing inside (his) head, a powerful electrical surge — and then a rip of pain like (he had) never felt before.”
He had two surgeries at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington, D.C where his chances of survival were around 50 percent.
“And the chance of having permanent defects from the two surgeries was higher than that”, he explained in his book.
“’Maybe I should have been frightened at this point, but I felt calm,” he said. “In fact, I felt becalmed, like I was floating gently in the wide-open sea.
“It surprised me, but I had no real fear of dying. I’d long since accepted the fact that life’s guarantees don’t include a fair shake,” Biden, who has said he is a Catholic and devoted to the Lord and his faith, said.
His neurosurgeon, Dr. Neal Kassell, spoke about the matter saying he has seen no signs of brain damage in the 76-year-old.
“He is every bit as sharp as he was 31 years ago. I haven’t seen any change,” he said in in an interview with Politico.
“I can tell you with absolute certainty that he had no brain damage, either from the hemorrhage or from the operations that he had. There was no damage whatsoever,” he said.