Serious question: If leftists want to get into a fight with conservatives over whether President Joe Biden or former President Donald Trump is exhibiting more evidence of senility, do they think this will work out well for them?
Apparently so. On Saturday, at a rally in Nebraska, Trump mixed up the name of the candidate he endorsed for Senate in Ohio, J.D. Vance. Instead, he called him “J.D. Mandel,” confusing the candidate’s last name with the last name of his closest challenger, Josh Mandel. Whoops.
Articles were written. #DementiaDon trended on social media. To progressive Twitterati, it was like the gaffe of the century.
So, in case you missed it, here it is: #DementiaDon in action:
Trump: We’ve endorsed Dr.Oz. We’ve endorsed JP right? JD Mandell. He’s doing great pic.twitter.com/wkP3KetanL
— Acyn (@Acyn) May 1, 2022
#DementiaDon is trending because Trump mashed up the names of the candidates he is endorsing. We warned years ago that Trump shows clinical signs of advanced dementia. Please read: https://t.co/kfi6oJP1Ez
— Duty To Warn 🔉 (@duty2warn) May 2, 2022
It’s not JD Mandel. It’s not JP Mandel. It’s not Yo Semite.
Trump’s cognitive disorder is getting worse. It’s hereditary & Fred Trump had it. Whether it’s #DementiaDon or just #StupidTrump, he’s still a criminal who tried to overthrow the government. https://t.co/ceDFWJ6PLs
— BigBlueWaveUSA 2022 #StandWithUkraine 🇺🇦 (@BigBlueWaveUSA) May 2, 2022