BREAKING: Joe Biden Falls During Air Force Graduation, Injuries Unknown

On Thursday, President Joe Biden fell while attending the U.S. Air Force Graduation ceremony.

In the now-viral video, Biden can be seen shaking the hand of a cadet while on stage before walking off. Biden seemingly slipped on his own feet as he fell with a loud thud on the stage in front of the thousands assembled for the graduation.

Multiple members of his Secret Service detail as well as a Air Force officer ran to the 80-year-old president in an effort to help him to his feet.

Following this, Biden appeared to hobble back to his seat with no discernable limps from the fall. Given that Biden took quite the fall for an octogenarian, he could very well have ended up badly injured. As of this report, it is unknown if he sustained any injuries.

 

Biden has been known for his repeated falls and slips while in office. Last month, while attending the G7 Summit in Japan, Biden nearly toppled over while going down a flight of stairs.

The aging Democrat has also been spotted repeatedly tripping over himself while climbing the stairs of Air Force One on multiple troubling occasions.

As Biden actively campaigns for a second term in office, more and more Americans are beginning to realize that his age is a problem. If elected to a second term in office, Biden would be 86 by the time he leaves the White House.

The possibility of a tumble such as this to take the president out of commission will only increase with age and voters should take the 80-year-old's age into consideration when casting their ballots in November 2024.

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