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Rudy Giuliani Swiftly Mocked After Lamenting Biden's 'Worsening Cognitive Impairment' On Twitter

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Rudy Giuliani is at it again, taking the opportunity to criticize the Biden administration in the wake of the fall of Kabul.

His comments come as United States troops continue Operation Allies Refuge, the ongoing military operation to airlift at-risk Afghan civilians, U.S. embassy employees, and Special Immigrant Visa applicants from Afghanistan.

Writing on Twitter, Giuliani said the "catastrophe in Afghanistan" serves as evidence of President Joe Biden's "inability to make correct decisions about foreign policy."

He added:

"Combined with almost daily demonstrations of worsening cognitive impairment, this national security problem can no longer be covered-up."

Giuliani was swiftly criticized, with many pointing out his own history of cognitive issues.



They also pointed to former President Donald Trump, whose often baffling behavior Giuliani has often been keen to defend in his capacity as the ex-President's legal adviser.



Additionally, others reminded Giuliani that the security situation in Afghanistan can be traced back to Trump, who was in charge of the armed forces at the time that plans to withdraw from Afghanistan were decided.



Giuliani has in the past claimed that Biden has dementia, as he did during an appearance on Fox News last autumn.

At the time, Giuliani, without citing any actual evidence, said that medical professionals had told him that Biden is displaying signs of "middle-level dementia."

Strangely, Giuliani suggested Biden "can't do the Prologue" to the United States Constitution:

"He can't recite the Pledge of Allegiance and he's fine? He's been in the Senate for 160 years… he can't do the Prologue to the Constitution of the United States or the Declaration of Independence, to any of them."
"He can't do numbers. Wow, are the numbers are screwed up."

The Consitution does not have a "Prologue." What Giuliani should have said: The Preamble.

In September 2020, ABC News reported that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) withheld intelligence warning of Russian disinformation attacks attacking Biden to promote "allegations about the poor mental health."

The intelligence bulletin, titled "Russia Likely to Denigrate Health of US Candidates to Influence 2020 Election," said American intelligence determined that Russian operatives are sowing disinformation to convince the American electorate that Biden has dementia and would be unfit to serve in office.