NFL Quarterback with head injury kept off field; Why can't we sideline Biden?
"Do you see what the assistant coach near the water cooler's holding? They call it the nuclear football…"
Miami Dolphins quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, recently suffered two concussions.
After a clean MRI, the team still decided to hold him out of the Week 5 game against the Jets.
Tua’s future in football is uncertain.
In February of 1988, Joe Biden was rushed to Walter Reed Hospital. Surgeons operated to fix a leaking brain aneurysm.
In May of ’88, Biden suffered a pulmonary embolism. Surgeons repaired it.
We’re talking about two life-threatening events Biden faced.
The long-term implications of those events are obvious.
Anyone with eyes to see knows the President is now in cognitive decline. His bewilderments, gaffes, and non-sequiturs would, in any other person, initiate a medical diagnosis of gross impairment.
And the diagnosis would prompt a doctor to strongly recommend rest and removal from stress.
Aside from personal danger, the Miami quarterback is making decisions that would only affect his team’s play on the field, were he allowed to return to action.
Joe Biden happens to be making decisions, every day, that deeply affect America and the rest of the world.