Doctors Share Possible Reasons for Biden’s Behaviour at Public Events

Due to his history of freezing up at public engagements, medical professionals are beginning to suspect that President Joe Biden (81) may be suffering from Parkinson’s disease.  His ‘freezing’ has happened several times in the last few days.

Earlier this month, at the G7 conference in Italy, Biden wandered off from his position to speak with paratroopers who had taken part in a skydiving display.  Giorgia Meloni, the prime minister of Italy, walked over and grabbed him to bring him back to the group.

Biden seemed to freeze up in mid-June at a fundraiser in Los Angeles.  Former president Barack Obama grabbed Biden’s wrist and escorted him off the stage.

Karine Jean-Pierre, press secretary for the White House, spun these incidents as instances of poorly produced, intentionally misleading videos.

During a Juneteenth ceremony at the White House, Biden also seemed to freeze, according to footage shared on X by Trump supporter and cosmetic surgeon Dr. Sheila Nazarian.

She wrote about Biden’s health and how he seemed frozen, with symptoms including limited arm motion while walking, less frequent blinking, and frozen facial expressions, suggesting a possible central nervous system condition like Parkinson’s.

Nazarian said she wouldn’t talk about it if it involved a private individual. But it’s a danger to national security when people think our president is weak. It impacts everyone, and our current situation calls for a strong, commanding leader.  

According to neurologist Dr. Ziad Nasreddine, who developed the most reliable cognitive test, a slur in speech is a sign of Parkinson’s disease, which affects the amounts of hormones in the brain that control movement.  Another red is Biden’s tendency to constantly mix up or forget dates and people’s names.

Biden made a gaffe in February when he incorrectly claimed that Egypt’s Abdel Fattah El-Sisi was the President of Mexico.

Another embarrassing stumble on his part was Biden’s calling Emmanuel Macron, the current president of France, Francois Mitterrand, the country’s previous leader who passed away 28 years ago.

Biden confused former German chancellor Angela Merkel and deceased Helmut Kohl, who died in 2017.

 After Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease is the most prevalent neurological illness among those aged 65 and over.