posted on Aug, 8 2020 @ 09:21 AM
I don't think Biden intended to insult God or those who believe in God... but in some ways what he did was worse than that.
Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi both claim to be devout Catholics... that's fine. Anyone can claim to be any religion they want in this country. I don't go
around voting in national elections for a preacher. I can find a good preacher any time I want one. I have plenty of churches around me and plenty of
televangelists on TV to choose from. The problem I have is that both wear their religion on their sleeve. They both are quick to claim Catholicism
when it suits their purpose, as in they are speaking in front of people who are either religious or who question their morality, but ignore the
religion the rest of the time. That's not religious; that's a con job. I see people like that every day just going to town. They know the words, but
they do not know God. Religion is just a mask they wear to deceive others.
I really think Joe's issue was less this time about his religious shortcomings than about his cognizant issues. The quote he was trying to use was not
even really religious. It didn't come from the Bible; it came from the Declaration of Independence:
"We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights; that
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."
Political correctness and dementia do not play well together. Biden added in the words "and women" and that broke his memory chain. Now, I firmly
believe that the use of the word "men" implied mankind... all races, both genders, all humans... and I would not have an issue with someone
inserting the words "and women." That is just clarifying an implication. But when he did that, his memory chain broke.
Dementia is an inability of the brain to effectively make new neural connections. Short-term memory and concentration is affected first. Both rely on
the ability for new neural connections to form. A person with advanced dementia can actually appear normal when doing things they have already
established neural connections in. A person can often still drive a vehicle; as long as nothing unusual happens or immediate decisions must be made,
they can do just fine relying on the decades-old connections that have made driving "second nature." But navigation... that's a different story! A
person must remember where to turn, where to go straight, read signs and interpret location... and that is simply beyond the ability of someone who
cannot make new neural pathways.
The same goes for "turning a phrase," which is what Biden tried. He used established neural pathways to remember the quote from the Declaration of
Independence, but he could not make the changes he wanted to effectively. That is what I mean by breaking the memory chain.
Once that chain was broken, Biden apparently switched to trying to find the next key in his memory chain: the mention of a creator. In doing so, he
skipped the part about equality and went straight to creator, but since the memory chain was broken he lost place and simply added in "the thing." At
the time, even if he knew "the thing" was the "creator," he could not get the word to come out.
That actually gives me some insight into how his mental processes work. He has a deep-seated understanding of ensuring that he includes women...
likely from his decades of political (in)experience. He knows that he needs to mention God in some form to placate that group of voters. But he seems
to have skipped right over "equal." In his mind, using the words "and women" and "creator" are more important than using the word "equal."
I find that pretty telling. He considers women and he considers the religious, but he apparently does not consider them "equal." That also sort of
ties into recent gaffes he has made, such as saying people aren't black if they question voting for him, black and poor appearing to be synonymous in
his thoughts, and stating that black folk are "monolithic." Those are actual racist statements, as they indicate a deep-seated belief that there are
important differences between the races that prevent them from actually being equal.
In short, Joe Biden is showing us all, through Freudian slip after Freudian slip, that he is a racist at heart. The dementia is laying his inner
personality bare for all to see. It will continue to get worse, until all the base instincts and desires that most of us keep safely tucked away
inside come to the surface. We see that occasionally now as he talks at length about physical violence. Eventually, of course, his brain will no
longer be able to even follow more recent memory chains - he will "see" people long dead from his childhood and think he is living in the times he
remembers - and finally be unable to maintain bodily functions.
What is truly amazing is that this senile old man (dementia is the modern diagnoses for what was once called senility) still has support to be
President of the United States. That is shocking to me, regardless of whether or not he can win (which I doubt he can). The fact that he is viable is
bad enough and indicates that even if Donald Trump wins we have only staved off national destruction by four short years more. No country can
continue, no country can prosper, no country can survive when the people are determined to rip it asunder.
I'd still like those four years though.