Liberal Radio Host Raises Alarm, Says Biden Has Dementia: ‘I Saw Him Talking to a Ghost’

Liberal radio host Charlamagne tha God has raised the alarm about Joe Biden’s mental state by warning that he believes the Democrat president has dementia.

Charlamagne tha God made headlines during the run-up to the 2020 election for his infamous interview with Biden.

It was during this interview that Biden made the “you ain’t black” comments while arguing that African Americans should vote for him over President Donald Trump.

During Friday morning’s “The Breakfast Club” radio show, the state of President Biden’s mental health stirred up a debate between Charlamagne tha God and his co-hosts.

One co-host suggested that the commander-in-chief get tested for dementia.

The back-and-forth began when host Charlamagne tha God and co-host DJ Envy rattled off a list of reasons why they feel Biden is losing his grip on reality.

They argued that he should consider retiring as a one-term president.

“Don’t y’all think it’s ambitious of Biden to be announcing his future plans?” Charlamagne asked the two guests on the show.

The guests were gar-left former MSNBC host Tiffany Cross and ex-CNN commentator Angela Rye.

It was reported earlier this month that an announcement from Biden of a second White House run seemed imminent.

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DJ Envy, whose real name is Raashaun Casey, immediately agreed.

He continued by suggesting that Biden should be tested for “dementia” before any re-election bid announcement, which sent his co-host into a fit of giggles.

Both Cross and Rye appeared taken aback and rejected the duo’s implications that Biden isn’t fit for office.

“Have you seen something that suggests that he has dementia?” Cross asked.

I saw him talking to a ghost!” Charlamagne fired back.

“He spoke to a ghost!” DJ Envy agreed.

“He spoke to a person that wasn’t there.”

“This is silly. This is silly. This is silly,” Rye said.

Charlamagne didn’t elaborate on whether or was referencing something he saw personally when he met Biden or in the media.

The radio hosts may have been referencing the September incident when Biden repeatedly called out for Rep. Jackie Walorski in the crowd of a White House event.

Biden was looking into the crowd for Walorski one month after she was killed in a car crash.

Not only did Biden make a public statement when she was killed but he also called her family personally to offer condolences.

The infamous gaffe spurred speculation over Biden’s mental capabilities.

DJ Envy listed off several other reasons he believes the president is suffering from dementia, including frequently appearing confused and reading cue cards as part of his speeches.

“To me, it looks like he has early signs of dementia,” DJ Envy said.

Cross and Rye, both vocal anti-Trump leftists, tried to shut down the conversation by explaining that Biden’s gaffes are normal for a busy, high-ranking official.

“Well let me ask you think, would you rather have Biden with dementia or Trump with all his issues,” a fed-up Cross asked.

“They’re two wings on the same bird,” Charlamagne said matter-of-factly.

The group continued debating briefly before ultimately agreeing that any president, regardless of age, should be mentally evaluated before assuming “the highest office in the land.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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