Joe Biden was forced to issue a response to a major exposure in Special Counsel Hur’s report

President Joe Biden delivers remarks to Department of Defense personnel, with Vice President Kamala Harris and Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., Feb. 10, 2021. (DoD photo by Lisa Ferdinando)

Despite the lack of media coverage, President Biden has been under investigation for much of his first term.

But Special Counsel Robert Hur just issued a politically damaging report on Joe Biden.

And Joe Biden was forced to issue a response to a major exposure in Special Counsel Hur’s report.

Biden is an “elderly man with a poor memory”

Joe Biden got good news last week when Special Counsel Robert Hur issued a report that seemed to exonerate him in an investigation over his handling of classified documents. 

While the report did show that he had “willfully retained and disclosed” the materials after he left the office of Vice President, it concluded that the evidence “does not establish Mr. Biden’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.”

The findings didn’t clear Biden’s name, but they did suggest that a jury likely wouldn’t find him culpable if he was tried. 

The claim wasn’t backed by the lack of evidence, but rather the mental competency of Biden. 

The report said that Biden could easily be absolved of the crime by hiding behind a defense that he is an “elderly man with a poor memory.”

This was a major blow to Biden, who is seeking a second term as President and may not win if his mental acuity is highlighted in the media.

Biden says concerns over his memory are “extraneous commentary” and shouldn’t have been included

Biden didn’t take the report lying down and quickly responded with a speech at the White House. 

In his speech, Biden bragged that he had been cooperative with investigators and said he was glad that it was included in the report. 

Biden then turned to the allegation over his failing memory.

Knowing that his mental capacity has been a major target of his opponents, he quickly addressed his “recollection of events” that were mentioned in the report. 

Specifically, Biden hit on his inability to remember when his son Beau had died. 

During the investigation, the prosecutors asked him when and where it had happened.

“How in the hell dare he raise that?” Biden asked rhetorically. 

The President was infuriated by the inquiry and said that it was none “of their damn business.” 

In fact, Biden didn’t think his memory had anything to do with the case at all.

The President called the issue of memory loss “extraneous commentary” and said it has “no place in this report.”

But Americans are concerned over Biden’s memory and believe it could impact his ability to do his job.

89 percent of voters see Biden’s mental and physical health as a possible concern

Biden is the oldest President to have ever served in public office, and throughout his term there have been many reports that indicate his memory is failing him. 

He makes gaffes and looks lost and confused during every public appearance.

This has been a highlight of his Presidency that is not lost on the American public. 

In a recent poll published by NBC News, a very large majority of voters said that Biden does not have the necessary mental and physical health for another term. 

The poll showed a staggering 89 percent of voters see the issue as a concern, which indicates that they are ready for him to end his campaign. 

The report by Hur will likely make this an even bigger issue in the weeks ahead.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.