Less than half of registered voters think President Biden has adequate “mental soundness” to serve as president, a Sunday Fox News poll revealed.
“Do you think Joe Biden has the mental soundness to serve effectively as president, or not?” was asked to respondents.
While 49 percent said yes, 48 percent said no. Respondents were asked just weeks before; between September 7-10, 49 percent said yes, and 45 percent said no, leaving Biden three more votes of less confidence in his mental soundness on Sunday.
One question asked if respondents believe “Joe Biden is a strong leader, or not?” only 45 percent said yes, down four points from October 2020. Fifty-three percent said Biden is not a strong leader, up eight points since October 2020.
“Do you think the country has become more or less united since Joe Biden took office?” Shockingly fifty-four percent believe the country is less united, while 37 percent feel more unity since Biden took office.
The horrible numbers on Biden’s mental soundness come as Sen. James Risch (R-ID), the Foreign Relations Committee’s ranking member, questioned who was in charge of the Biden-Harris administration on September 14. “There’s real questions right now as to who’s making the decisions,” he questioned State Department Secretary Antony Blinken.
“We know for a fact that the President of the United States is somewhat disadvantaged here, in that someone is calling shots. He can’t even speak without someone in the White House censoring it or signing off on it,” Risch explained about numerous incidents when the White House feed was cut mid-sentence by “a puppeteer act” while Biden was speaking during a scheduled event.
“The president speaks for himself,” Blinken responded. “Anyone who trie[s] to stop [Biden] from saying what he wanted to say, speaking his mind, would probably not be [there] long for their job,” Blinken claimed.
However, Blinken’s supportive comments regarding Biden’s mental stability is contradicted by the following incidents for the White House awkwardly cutting off Biden from speaking: