Donald Trump “cognitively impaired”

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“Trump sounds cognitively impaired every time he speaks.” That is the headline of one article. Here’s another: “Mehdi Hasan has questions if Trump is cognitively impaired.” Another: “Trump’s gaffes should raise questions about his fitness for office.”

Finally — finally — we see these types of headlines. Perhaps some of these pundits read Palmer Report because we were the first to point out Trump’s worsening mental health.

But now — suddenly — we’re seeing a bevy of headlines about it. And we should because just this week alone, Donald John Trump has shown that his brain is not all right. Trump has started to make daily gaffes. The gaffes cannot be explained away, no matter how much Republicans might wish it so. I mean, the man forgot whom he ran against!

He forgot there ever was a World War Two! The fact is Trump is not morally fit to run. He’s not emotionally fit to win. And now, he isn’t mentally fit to run, either. That is three strikes, and you’re out.

It’s taken the media far too long to hone in on this. Think about it. Imagine if Joe Biden had forgotten he ran against Trump. Imagine if Joe Biden had forgotten World War Two.

We’d have seen solemn pundits, faces ash-white, going on and on about what this means for America. It really is insulting the differing treatment these two people get. It is up to us to keep this in the news. The media — some of them anyway — are finally asking a few of the right questions; let’s make sure they keep it that way.

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