(PresidentialHill.com)- Reports show Dmitry Medvedev, an ally of Vladimir Putin, has ridiculed Joe Biden on Telegram over an expected bid for a second presidential term, stating that he ‘could start a third world war due to distraction. Of course, progressive dementia is not a barrier to re-election to the presidency of the United States.’
Medvedev is not the only one who believes Joe Biden has dementia issues.
According to a Rasmussen poll conducted in June 2020, 20 percent of Democrat voters believed that Joe Biden, the party’s presumptive nominee at the time, was suffering from dementia. A majority of likely voters believed it was crucial for him to address the issue publicly.
Overall, 38 percent of voters believed he has dementia. Twenty percent within his own party held the same opinion compared to 66% of Republicans and 30% of independent voters.
Reports show the former Russian president and prime minister Dmitry Medvedev, 57, is now Putin’s deputy on the Kremlin’s powerful security council.
The former Russian prime minister is notorious for his lengthy rants on his Telegram channel, having previously threatened nuclear war via the messaging app.
This is not the first time the Russian has attacked Biden. Previously, Medvedev referred to Biden as a strange grandfather with dementia.
Medvedev stated via Telegram that ‘old Biden’ appears to be seeking a second term.
He then posted a list of what he thought were Biden’s current problems.
First, Biden confuses names and dates and gets lost in his own office.
He keeps secret documents in the garage of his home.
He spent over $100 billion on a collapsing Ukraine.
Biden dumps all the economic problems of the United States onto Russia.
And last, Biden may start a Third World War due to distraction.
According to a report, Medvedev served as president from 2008 until 2012, when Putin was constitutionally barred from running for office. After implementing new laws, he resigned so that his predecessor could return.
If Putin is forced out by the war in Ukraine or ill health, the former president could return to the office.