Our current Congress has the oldest members in history.
But, But…weren’t our Founding Fathers a bunch of old dudes?
They just looked old…and they were probably the youngest.
Today the average Democratic senator is 65, while the average Republican senator is 63.
O’Biden became the oldest president of the United States at 77, and 77% of Americans believe he is simply too old for a second term.
And dementia is a completely avoidable threat to national security if we hold elected officials accountable.
Ironically (or NOT) the RAND Corporation’s National Security Research Division published its annual report to note potential risks to national security.
AND their researchers found that aging politicians may be a danger to the US.
- O’Biden has the codes to our nuclear weapons, allegedly, but cannot recall what he had for breakfast.
- Mitch McConnell has repeatedly been freezing amid conferences…and everyone looks the other way.
- Diane Feinstein relinquished the rights of her own estate because she does not trust her current mental health…but she insists that she can perform her duties in Congress.
And then there’s John Fetterman…
We’ve seen Biden make countless remarks about his handlers telling him where to go, who to call upon, and what to say.
And yet even though these people work for us, they refuse to leave office.
The Oldest Members
The RAND study also said aging US politicians have “difficulty remembering new information, poor judgment, impulsivity, disorientation, and behavioral changes.”
Does that remind you of anyone?
But let’s not stop there.
Because the RAND report (funded by the Pentagon) also says that those with dementia are very vulnerable and may be targeted by an adversary.
It is not possible for someone with this degenerative condition to hold onto classified information, let alone make informed decisions on behalf of the nation.
And when you consider these are the same people who make the rules about “insider trading” in stocks, is it any wonder why they all seem to become multi-millionaires on a salary of $178,000?
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They’ll thank YOU later.
And tell them:
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