World Famous Journalist Says Biden Has Dementia

( Sky News Australia anchor Cory Bernardi tore into U.S. President Joe Biden recently, claiming that he is unable to do the job that he was “sworn in to do.”

During a monologue on his show “Bernardi,” the world-famous journalist said that “Never before has the leader of the free world been so cognitively compromised.”

“It’s clear to me at the least that US President Joe Biden is struggling with dementia and is clearly not up to the task he’s been sworn in to do,” he said.

Bernardi is not the first person to note the U.S. president’s inability to complete a speech without getting confused. During the presidential campaign, Biden was even asked where he had completed a cognitive task, which he of course scoffed at.

Throughout the campaign, Biden famously used teleprompters to help him answer questions from journalists.

During the segment, Bernardi said that the dementia was “evident” during that campaign but that the mainstream media, which he described as “partisan and poisonous,” kept it hidden to help Biden win.

“Even now, after he has been sworn in, many of them are still refusing to speak the truth about Biden’s lack of capacity,” he added.

Bernardi noted how Biden recently appeared at a town hall discussion hosted by CNN in Milwaukee where he was unable to use a teleprompter, and that it resulted in a “disaster” that was “littered with total falsehoods.”

“It’s all rather pathetic, but even usually smart people are blinded by the nonsense put out by the mainstream media,” he said. “They believe every perceived sin of Donald Trump while they seem intent on canonizing St. Joe.”

During that town hall discussion, Joe Biden made the shocking and inaccurate claim that the COVID-19 vaccine did not exist when he arrived in the White House, despite having received both doses of the vaccine before inauguration day.

The president also appeared to justify the genocide of the Uighur people and various other human rights abuses in China by shrugging them off as cultural differences.