[VIDEO] KJP Doesn’t Know How to Answer Tough Question Reporters Are Suddenly Asking About Joe

It’s becoming increasingly  apparent that Karine Jean Pierre is struggling to offer fresh insights when discussing Joe Biden’s cognitive decline.

In a recent press conference, a reporter confronted  Jean Pierre about recent polling data indicating that a striking 86% of Americans believe Biden is too old to serve a second term. Her response? Jean Pierre regurgitated the same tired talking points we’ve heard time and  again from both her and the Biden administration, focusing on inflated economic numbers and implying that Biden’s age somehow grants him superior wisdom.

Watch the video:

From Radar Online:

According to a recent poll conducted by ABC News/Ipsos, a staggering 86% of respondents feel that Biden is “too old” to serve a second term in office, a significant increase from a previous poll in September where only 74% shared the same sentiment.

The increased concern about Biden’s age comes after special counsel Robert Hur described him as a “well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory” in a report on his alleged mishandling of classified documents.

Hur’s report found that Biden had “willfully” retained classified documents but concluded that he would not be charged due to the unlikelihood of a conviction, citing his “poor memory” as one of the contributing factors.

Interestingly, the poll also indicated that 59% of Americans believe that both Biden and his likely 2024 opponent, former President Donald Trump, are too old for another presidential term. This demonstrates that concerns about age are bipartisan, affecting both major party candidates.

When asked specifically about Biden’s age, 27% of respondents said he is too old, while only 3% expressed the same concern about Trump. However, it is worth noting that 11% of Americans stated that neither candidate is too old.

The poll, conducted from February 9 to 10, involved 528 U.S. adults and carries a margin of error of 4.5%. These results reflect the current opinions of the American people regarding age as a factor in presidential eligibility.

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