Joe Biden is a fan of ice cream and during his 2020 campaigning, and later in office, he has made side trips to an ice cream shop wherever he travels. Alzheimer’s Association, the California Central Coast Chapter, explains in a tract titled “Caregiver Tips & Tools: The Power of Ice Cream”, that,
“Dementia…causes an increase in frustration with all kinds of events. It would be great if those afflicted could notice their feelings of frustration building up and then engage in self-soothing behaviors, as most of us would”.
However, they don’t have the awareness needed as dementia has “taken those coping skills away”. But ice cream is one of those “coping” aids.
Joe Biden, oddly, opened a news conference last week about a transgender, a woman portraying herself as a man, who shot up a Christian school and killed six, with a monologue about ice cream.
BREAKING: Fox News cuts to Joe Biden expecting him to speak on the Nashville shooting, instead finds him ranting about eating Jeni’s chocolate chip ice cream.pic.twitter.com/6rJsFL2dAN
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) March 27, 2023
“My name is Joe Biden. I’m Dr. Jill Biden’s husband. And I eat Jeni’s Ice Cream, chocolate chip. I came down because I heard there was chocolate chip ice cream. By the way, I have a whole refrigerator full upstairs. You think I’m kidding, I’m not”, he said.
Why is Joe Biden so much addicted to ice cream? In an article in PJ Media,
Joe Biden’s obsession with ice cream has been front and center since his basement-gimp campaign days. It’s humanizing and disarming, his handlers must assume, much like dressing up child-grooming behaviors with rainbows and story hours. And in recent days, Biden has been playing up his food fetish more than ever.
“Dementia…causes an increase in frustration with all kinds of events”, instructs the Alzheimer’s Association in a tract called “The Power of Ice Cream”. “It would be great if those afflicted could notice their feelings of frustration building up and then engage in self-soothing behaviors, as most of us would”. But, “They simply do not have the awareness of such feelings or the coping skills to deal with them. Dementia has taken those coping skills away”. Instead, says the association, a frustrated dementia patient may become angry or agitated.
What’s a handler to do to keep the putative president vaguely presidential? Ice cream to the rescue! Advises the Alzheimer’s Association:
Ice cream has the power to immediately elicit soothing feelings at the very first taste of a single spoon-full. It erases all the negative feelings related to the frustration and continues to stimulate pleasure receptors in the brain with every new scoop. And dementia (here is the best part!) allows one to fully enjoy the treat, with no concerns for calories, weight gain or dietary needs, completely guilt free! For people with dementia, ice cream is far more effective and safer than Prozac, or any other “happy” drug on the market!
Such stagecraft is not at all unprecedented when a failing Democrat must conceal a medical condition in public. Who could forget Hillary’s nasty cough-drop trick? While running for president in 2016, the candidate developed a nagging cough that would strike when she was in the middle of a sentence. So, Hillary would pop a lozenge and suck on it until the tickle was subdued. But then, how to get the cough drop out of her mouth discreetly so she could speak clearly? Luckily, her handlers figured out a routine where Hillary would sip from a glass of water and simultaneously expectorate the lozenge into the glass for some lackey to dispose of.
We can expect to see a lot more ice cream as Biden’s brain function continues to deteriorate. Check out the videos below of Biden touring a semiconductor plant in Durham, NC. Then buy all the stock in Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams that you can afford.
GUIDE: "Yes, sir, down the ramp…your mark is gonna be the blue one to the left. You got a blue mark."
BIDEN: "I'll stay in my blue mark." pic.twitter.com/XSmxEgUr2z
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) March 28, 2023
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