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    • Once again, I hate to be "that guy" with the conspiracies....but is anyone else skeptical of the Parkinson's thing?

      It seems like this big "don't look over here" thing. I've lived and or been very close to folks that suffered and died from both Parkinson's and Dementia. And again, I am not a doctor and I know there are a variety of symptoms that cover both, but there's very little that seems like the former and so many, many more that seem like the latter.

      What a mess.

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      • I am not sure if he has Parkinsons or not, but he has something. And the fact that they only said he doesn't have Parkinsons, tells me, he probably has something. Otherwise, why wouldn't they just say he doesn't have any neurological disorder?

        It's like they are just picking the one specific disease that they can answer negative to, in the hopes that everyone infers that for everything. And a lot will infer that.
        "When life hands you lemons, make lemonade." Better have some sugar and water too, or else your lemonade will suck!

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        • I’ve witnessed people diagnosed with Parkinson’s who have slightly different symptoms.

          However, a doctor on Fox the other day mentioned not only dimentia, and Parkinsons, but also Lewy body dimentia.

          After a quick google, I found that the Lewy Body Dimentia symptoms match Biden, perhaps better than the others.

          Somebody needs to help the poor man (America too).

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          • Understanding subtypes of Parkinson's can improve clinical trials and help people with Parkinson's make decisions about their care plan.


            Each person’s experience living with Parkinson’s is different. In addition to differences related to personal circumstances and living situations, no two people will have the same motor symptoms, non-motor symptoms, or rate of progression.

            The differences in how people experience Parkinson’s symptoms are sometimes referred to as phenotypes. Due to the diverse phenotypes of Parkinson’s, many people, including researchers and movement disorder specialists, consider Parkinson’s to be more than one disease.


            I don't know what Joe Biden may or may not have. But it is clear he is not up to being the President of the United States nor has he been for some time. The question as to who is really running the Biden administration has been in play throughout Biden's Manchurian presidency.

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            • Since we are diagnosing Biden, here is some information on the different diseases mentioned.

              Lewy body dementia (LBD) is one of the most common types of dementia, after Alzheimer’s disease. It usually affects people aged 50 or older.

              Lewy bodies are clumps of protein that can form in the brain. When they build up, they can cause problems with the way your brain works, including your memory, movement, thinking skills, mood, and behavior.

              There are two types of LBD:
              • Dementia with Lewy bodies often starts when you have a hard time moving your body. Within a year, you start to have thinking and memory problems that are similar to Alzheimer’s disease, along with changes in behavior. You also might see things that aren’t there, called hallucinations.
              • Parkinson’s disease dementia first causes movement problems. Trouble with memory happens much later in the disease.

              Right now, there’s no cure for Lewy body dementia. But there are ways to ease symptoms for a while. Scientists are also getting better at understanding the differences between LBD and other conditions. Lewy body dementia vs. Alzheimer’s

              These diseases are similar in a lot of ways, but there are some key differences in their symptoms and the timing of symptom onset.

              LBD may not cause short-term memory loss like Alzheimer’s. People with both conditions have trouble with thinking, alertness, and paying attention. But in LBD, those problems come and go. The disease can also cause hallucinations, often in the first few years of LBD. People with Alzheimer’s usually don’t have hallucinations until the later stages.

              People with LBD also often act out their dreams and make violent movements when they’re asleep. It’s called REM sleep behavior disorder. Sometimes, it’s the first sign that someone has LBD.

              Lewy body dementia vs. Parkinson’s

              LBD and Parkinson’s disease both cause movement problems, such as stiff muscles and tremors. But most people with Parkinson’s don’t have problems with their thinking and memory (dementia) until the very later stages of their disease. Sometimes, they don’t have it at all. In the type of LBD known as Parkinson’s disease with dementia, these problems begin much sooner. People with LBD also need different drugs for their condition than the ones that treat Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s.

              How common is LBD?

              LBD affects more than 1.4 million people in the U.S. It makes up about 5% of dementia cases in older people.​


              Learn about the causes, symptoms, and treatment for Lewy Body Dementia, one of the most common types of dementia.

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              • Looks like Biden is safe as long as they can protect him from making another high profile mistake. He didn’t meet with the German leader because it was past his bedtime.

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                • Originally posted by SB Shock View Post
                  Looks like Biden is safe as long as they can protect him from making another high profile mistake. He didn’t meet with the German leader because it was past his bedtime.
                  Opening ceremonies now. More to come...

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                  • Attorney General Ken Paxton @KenPaxtonTX



                    The White House has formally announced that Biden will veto the Republican bill that seeks to prevent noncitizens from voting.​

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                    • Originally posted by pinstripers View Post
                      Attorney General Ken Paxton @KenPaxtonTX



                      The White House has formally announced that Biden will veto the Republican bill that seeks to prevent noncitizens from voting.​
                      That’s not news to the informed voter that pays attention. Many citizens don’t pay attention or don’t care. It’s obvious, why the southern border has been opened up.

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                      • "You Just Want to Slap The #### Outta Some People"

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                        • Jill and Hunter Biden both sit in on White House meetings.

                          While he is regularly at the White House residence and events, it's unusual for the president's son to be in and around meetings his father is having with his team.

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                          • Originally posted by Shockm View Post
                            Jill and Hunter Biden both sit in on White House meetings.

                            https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/whi...ate-rcna159975
                            Probably makes obtaining classified information to peddle overseas a lot more efficient then the way they did it when Biden was a senator and the veep. Joe is probably no longer able to actively particiapte in that endeavor effectively.
                            Last edited by 1972Shocker; 1 week ago.

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                              • Originally posted by WstateU View Post
                                This dude has been covering for Biden for more than 4 years. Now he acts like he knew Biden mental state all along. So what does that make him? These media folks never look to enlighten the population with facts. They generally are there to steer the population to believe whatever the Democrats want us to believe. Sad thing is that almost half of the country take their word as gospel.

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