“Let’s ‘elect’ an old incoherent medical patient as the next president”

by Jon Rappoport

September 27, 2021

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After all, they would need him to sign all sorts of insane executive orders, and no one in his right mind would go along.

If Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Mark Milley, thought Trump was mentally unstable—forcing him to tell a Chinese official he, Milley, would warn him if the US was about to launch a nuclear strike against China—what is Milly thinking now—with Biden in the Oval Office?

What is Milley telling his Chinese counterpart?

“Listen, your boy Joe can’t find his way from the shower to his bedroom. Half the time he thinks his wife is a psychiatrist from Walter Reed. Joe has his good days and his bad days, but they’re all bad. Even when his mind is right, he doesn’t know it. Catch my drift? We gave him an NFL football signed by three quarterbacks, and Joe thinks it’s the nuclear football. He keeps looking for the latch that opens it up. He says, ‘Call Tom Brady, Brady has the launch codes’.”

There’s another Biden factor. At least half the nation’s economy now operates on services for the disabled and the disadvantaged. So it’s natural to feature a severely disabled man in the Oval Office.

I say put Biden on Workman’s Comp. Publicly. With pride.

Let’s have a National Day of Recognition for Our Leader with Dementia. Send him on a quick tour of nursing homes. Wheel him into day rooms full of residents. Have him exclaim, “I’m with you. I am you. I suck on ice cream. I can’t remember names. I start one sentence and then I’m in the middle of another sentence.”

Don’t try to hide what the White House reporters know. Bring it all out into the open. Celebrate it. Interview those journalists:

“Yes, now that you mention it, Joe said Barack Roosevelt was the sitting president. I laughed and then he laughed. I don’t know what he was laughing at, but he was very happy. That’s an important quality in a President.”

“It was amazing. Quite lovely, in a way. We were on Air Force One, and Joe said the stewards below decks in the engine room were checking the torpedo specs. He was like a child. Innocent. Looking at the world through fresh eyes…”

“He told me the vaccine was a like a rose. There were tears running down his cheeks. He really wants to save this nation from the virus. It was beautiful. He’s not thinking from A to B. He’s free of all that. He’s like an astronaut on a long journey in space. He wants to take us there with him. We’re on the cusp of a new era. This is beyond AI. This is something very different.”

“When Joe talks to me off the record, it reminds me of…he’s giving us clues to another dimension. We shouldn’t ignore those clues. We have to study them and decode them. Once, he said he was going to create a new department in the military. To enlist 20 million mentally disabled Americans. To put them on the front lines in battle. Their random actions would confuse and distract the enemy. You see, they would all suddenly graduate from being victims, to heroes. Removing the stigma. It puts everything in new perspective.”

A disabled president for a disabled nation.

Of course, there are moments when Joe lashes out at reporters, underlings, and the American people at large. This is to be expected. He is afflicted, and the afflicted are disturbed. Literally. We must understand and show empathy. If one of Joe’s edicts rubs us the wrong way, well, he might have issued it in a moment of anger. At the very least, we need to go along. Obey. Show our willingness to concede “space” to the less fortunate. That is, the differently abled. Because, when you stop and think about it, who really knows what Joe knows? He is out there trailblazing along routes we can only pretend to understand.

He may see a far destination we can’t grasp. In his unique processes, he may be guiding us to some Great Ice Cream Truck. As adults, we’ve violated many principles of Nature. Joe will take us back to the fundamentals of share and care.

You remember those childhood days, don’t you? When you and your brothers and sisters lived in perfect harmony? One for all and all for one. Without a trace of envy, spite, or jealousy. O those days, that time. Yes, it must be what Joe is thinking about.

Even if the oatmeal is dribbling down his chin, even if he can’t navigate from the limousine to the fairgrounds without thinking he’s the principal of a girl’s boarding school about to launch an unannounced inspection of the dorm rooms, even if he thinks Beijing is a corporation registered in Delaware, he has his finger on the pulse of a distant star, toward which we are all traveling, blinded by his light, but faithful within its glow.

“I’ll take the shot in the arm, nurse. I’ll take three. For Joe.”

There’s a real chance the dangerous shot will turn you into something like Joe. Or worse.

But that’s a tribute.

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Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

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