Joe Biden got caught hiding this massive campaign-ending health issue

Former Vice President Joe Biden walked on stage for the third Democrat Presidential debate as one of the top-tier candidates.

But one gaffe could change everything.

And Joe Biden got caught hiding this massive campaign-ending health issue.

During a debate over health care plans, Julian Castro attacked Joe Biden’s plan to impose a so-called “public option” as insufficiently socialist.

Castro attacked Biden for making Americans buy into his plan instead of automatically enrolling.

Biden tried to defend his government healthcare takeover by claiming what Castro was saying wasn’t true.

But that’s when Castro went in for the kill.

Castro asked Biden if he already forgot what he said two minutes ago – a clear shot at Biden’s declining mental faculties.

The Daily Mail reports:

‘That’s a big difference, because Barack Obama’s vision was not to leave 10 million people uncovered. He wanted every single person in this country covered. My plan would do that. Your plan would not,’ he said.

Biden defended his plan: ‘They do not have to buy in. They do not have to buy in.’

And then Castro attacked him hard, implying he had forgotten what his plan involved in a not-so-subtle hint at the concerns among some Democrats about Biden’s age.

‘You just said that two minutes ago. You just two minutes ago they would have to buy in,’ he said.

‘Are you forgetting what you said two minutes ago? Are you forgetting already what you said just two minutes ago? I can’t believe that you said two minutes ago that they had to buy in and now you’re saying they don’t have to buy in. You’re forgetting that,’ Castro added.

Biden’s old age, constant gaffes, and inability to remember basic facts or get through a speech without stumbling over his words concerns many Democrats.

This debate – where Biden was called out for age by a fellow Democrat – shows the attacks on Biden’s growing senility are starting to take hold.

We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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52 Comments

    • Generally speaking many Democrats are misinformed or uninformed , so trying to engage them in an intelligent and rational conversation is not possible.

    • I dissagree with Tulsi Gabbard and Alexandria Orcasio Cortez politically. I do however find them both attractive. The only two Democrats I would consider sending time with.

  1. Many Many Gaffes, lies, made up stories and a lot of signs of dementia. I know what it is I dealt with it for over 3 years and he is definitely showing signs. However, Casto’s attack on Biden and the very disrespectful way it was done, and Castro was WRONG. Biden did NOT say what Castro said he did. He was way out of line. Even if Biden did say it that was not the time and place to approach it. He, Castro is definitely not our Presidential pick for sure. He is a self centered, arrogant disrespectful corrupt jerk in plain English.. He needs to be taught some manners.

  2. “Biden’s old age, constant gaffes, and inability to remember basic facts or get through a speech without stumbling over his words concerns many Democrats.

    “This debate – where Biden was called out for age by a fellow Democrat – shows the attacks on Biden’s growing senility are starting to take hold.”

    If elected president, Joe Biden would be the oldest president ever elected. In 1980, that’s what they were saying about Ronald Reagan. In 2016, Donald Trump became the oldest person ever elected president.

    A doddering figurehead? That’s the way we Democrats saw Reagan!

    “I just came into political consciousness when Reagan was Pres…Many hated and satirized him …That he was old and obviously not all there somehow worked to his advantage.

    “At end of his years Reagan seemed like an irrelevant figure always on vacation. He should have credit for recognizing the new Soviet generation of leadership, but his economic legacy pervades to this day and ultimately stifled his successor, Bush1″

    –SIlverSpringlib on Salon.com

    I was in high school during the Carter Administration, and in college during the Reagan years. Your observations are fairly accurate, especially when you write:

    “That he was old and obviously not all there somehow worked to his advantage.”

    Part of Reagan’s “charm” with the public was coming across as a kind, grandfatherly figure. Some of us saw through it, though. A female friend in college commented, “Oh, I think he’s awful!”

    You write: “At end of his years Reagan seemed like an irrelevant figure always on vacation.”

    That describes his second term as a lame-duck President, and that was especially true in the aftermath of the Iran-Contra scandal. But it is an eerily accurate depiction of his entire time in office.

    In 1984, my friend Greg commented that it seems like Reagan doesn’t do anything: we see him talk to reporters, make a few jokes, and then go inside the White House.

    Greg then began to paint a picture of Reagan going inside the White House, cozying up with a cup of chamomile tea, sitting on a rocking chair, pulling a shawl over himself…

    I broke up laughing: “It sounds like you’re describing a Norman Rockwell picture!” I exclaimed.

    “Well, look at who we’re talking about…” Greg responded.

    “He should have credit for recognizing the new Soviet generation of leadership, but his economic legacy pervades to this day and ultimately stifled his successor, Bush1″

    A politically liberal friend of my father’s commented once that Reagan forced the Soviet Union into an arms race they knew they couldn’t win, and thus brought them to the bargaining table.

    I’ll give Reagan the credit for having met with the new Soviet generation of leadership.

    During the 1980s, Dennis McKinsey, an agnostic schoolteacher in Ohio, was publishing Biblical Errancy: a newsletter pointing out biblical errors and contradictions, while giving equal time for Bible believers and/or apologists to respond.

    Dennis McKinsey commented in 1987 (to a Christian who had written in) that it’s possible to discuss our deeply held and cherished beliefs with our ideological opponents without resorting to personal attacks:

    “Just ask Reagan and Gorbachev!” he exclaimed.

    “…his economic legacy pervades to this day and ultimately stifled his successor, Bush1″

    Since Reagan, Republicans have embraced tax cuts as the solution to all social ills.

    When Republican Dan Lundgren ran for governor of California against Gray Davis in 1998, his television ads had him declaring, “I’m going to cut your taxes.”

    Lundgren lost, and one political observer said he ran what would have been a good campaign a decade earlier: in *1988* !

    Thom Hartmann eloquently responds to both the religious right and the conservative call for tax cuts in his 2003 book, What Would Jefferson Do?, by pointing out that our tax dollars provide us with roads, schools, and an infrastructure we tend to take for granted.

    “…That he was old and obviously not all there somehow worked to his advantage.

    “At end of his years Reagan seemed like an irrelevant figure always on vacation.”

    During the first few years of the Clinton Administration, my friend Ruth (pro-life feminist and pro-life Democrat) and I were attending Feminists For Life meetings together here in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 1994, Ruth said that when she told some friends of hers who were fellow Democrats but more liberal than herself about the recent news that Reagan had Alzheimer’s, they immediately responded:

    “Oh, we’ve known that for years!”

    • News flash Vasu: A) President Reagan was one of the best things to ever happen to our great country, and B) President Trump is giving Reagan a run for his money. Just sit back and watch the next 5 years unfold.

      • YES you are wright and Trump will be there for 5 more years if the Dem,s do not steal votes or rig it for them they need watching real close

        • All the republicans need to stop the illegal aliens from voting, is to put a couple of ICE agents at each polling booths.

          Especially in the sanctuary cities.

          Donald Trump 2020.

  3. I’ve come to realize that people like Julio and others assume things were said or just make shut up. Find one speech which President Trump said Medicare for all. He may ha e said expanded medicaid in reply to a question as something to look into but not everyone will qualify for Medicare because they never paid in enough quarters to qualify. Now Julio, the doesn’t mean 25 cent pieces we call a quarter. I’m talking about periods of time. The dilemma President Trump has is people that have not and will not ever contribute want a slice equal to the total contributors. To qualify 20 straight quarters = to 5 straight years to be vested and qualify for Medicare at 65. Myself, I’ve paid in this year 160 consecutive quarters. You freeloaders will get MEDICAID, not Medicare. Somehow in this drugged up place people think that is okay or shouldn’t be a problem. That way of thinking ends reality and chaos will follow. I’m okay because a major crash is coming. The system is over loaded by liberals and once the collapse happens, you who haven’t contributed won’t get anything. People talk about country’s like Norway or the UK as having public healthcare for all. Why do most of them who can afford it come to the states to take care of real health issues? Check out their taxation levels.

    • And their population levels. No country with a population the size of the US can ever support something like free healthcare for all. Because nothing is ever free, nothing! And people do not seem to realize this fact. It is the same with the forgiveness of student debt. It is crazy to think that the US can support something like that. But then again we are dealing with people who have been told over and over again that the Democrats will give them the sun, the moon and the stars. And it will never happen. Nothing that Lizzie and Bernie talk about will ever happen, because all the programs MUST go through Congress and despite the what the Dems say, there is no Congress that will approve it all. This is why they are so upset that President Trump is keeping all his promises. It make them look like the liars they are and they really don’t like it!

  4. Joe Biden if he’s elected the Democrates would have a puppet on a string he would sign anything they put in front of him. He’d be a good candidate to put in office what a conspiracy for Democrates

  5. BIDEN is SENILE and Open to be ERADICATED by the UBER COMMUNISTS ….But the ” GIVE IT AWAY QUEEN” Kamala having GIVEN IT AWAY for POLITICAL FAVORS so many to SO MANY is still best at STREET HOOKING than Campaigning

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