British reporter: President Biden ‘needs a retirement home and a bowl of soup’

It’s not a secret at this point that President Joe Biden, 78, is not the same politician — cognitively speaking — as he was 10 years ago, or even a few years ago. His constant gaffes, perpetual confusion, and inability or refusal to face the press more than proves it.

His decline isn’t only being witnessed by American voters, either. A host at Sky News — a popular British news channel — recently observed that she believes the American president “needs a retirement home and a bowl of soup” on the heels of a string of recent gaffes made during important speeches. 

Panahi held nothing back in her criticism of Biden’s very public decline, saying his “utterly incomprehensible decisions” should be cause for concern for America.

“He has no business being in the White House,” the British reporter added.

The seemingly ailing president has been widely criticized by many, including Republican Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX), who also happens to be a physician and former White House doctor for several presidents.

According to Fox News, on several occasions, Jackson has called for Biden to undergo the same type of cognitive assessments previous presidents have taken, including former President Donald Trump, as Jackson firmly believes Biden is not fit to carry out his duties as the president.

“We can’t sit on this any longer,” Jackson told Fox’s Sean Hannity in June. “He’s not physically or cognitively fit to be our president right now.”

Jackson, along with 13 of his fellow GOP lawmakers, went as far as penning a letter directly to the president in which they implored him to take the cognitive test to prove that he’s fit to run the most powerful country on the planet.

“We encourage you to follow the example set by President Trump by undergoing a cognitive test as soon as possible and immediately making the results available for the American people,” the Republican lawmakers wrote. So far, Biden has yet to comply.