Donald Trump, to put it mildly, is more than a bit uneven. He says one thing and five minutes later says the exact opposite. It’s almost like he cannot keep track of what he’s already said, and this makes him appear out of touch, disconnected, and oddly separated from reality.
So what would you say if I told you there’s now speculation in several quarters that Trump is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease? Would you scoff at the idea, or would you want to know more?
Duncan Black and David Pakman recently complied a video showing statements Trump has recently made to past remarks, and it could well be that they’re onto something:
It should also be noted that there is a history of Alzheimer’s disease in the Trump family. Additionally, and a recent analysis found that the 70-year-old Trump showed some symptoms of age-related cognitive impairment.
All of this raises questions about whether or not Trump needs to be removed from office via the 25th amendment to the Constitution, and that has Trump sycophants such as Roger Stone very upset. Stone recently told fellow nutjob Alex Jones:
“They are going to claim that Donald Trump has Alzheimers … and that is the source of his insanity.
“They could not beat him at the ballot box. So now they seek to remove him by claiming that he is insane.”
Yeah, because that’s the only reason anyone could possibly find which would suggest that Donald Trump should be removed from office. Please!
Trump is a fraud, a con man, a pathological liar, a traitor, and a buffoon. Those alone are perfectly valid reasons to get rid of this cancer on the American political scene.
Here’s some of Roger Stone’s bizarre rantings on the subject:
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