If you asked 50% of the country, maybe even a little more than that, they will tell you they think something isn’t right with President Joe Biden.
100 Percent Fed Up Reports that White House doctors and Joe’s wife First Lady Jill Biden refuse to explain what’s happening to Joe, or even discuss the topic.
Well, Don Trump Jr. may have a an answer for you on that, at least he thinks he does.
This week on Instagram, Donald Trump Jr. shared some information about how ice cream is “good for dementia.” Now I’ve honestly never heard of that before, but it turns out he’s accurate on what he’s saying. It actually is good for dementia patients, and even works better than medicine some folks report.
Trump Jr. wrote, “It all makes sense now…” along with a short blurb about how “ice cream is far more effective and safe than Prozac for people with dementia.”
The information Trump Jr. shared is from an article published on the Alzheimer Association CA Central Coast Chapter #45 website under “Caregiver Tips and Tools”
Yes, ice cream. It takes all of your worries away. It is soothing and delicious, and personable: everyone has a favorite flavor! Ice cream brings people with dementia to happier, warmer times when the treat was shared with friends and loved ones at special, joyous occa- sions. Ice cream has the power to immediately elicit soothing feelings at the very first taste of a single spoon-full. It erases all the negative feel- ings related to the frustration and continues to stimulate pleasure receptors in the brain with every new scoop. And dementia (here is the best part!) allows one to fully enjoy the treat, with no concerns for calories, weight gain or dietary needs, completely guilt free! For people with dementia, ice cream is far more effective and safe than Prozac, or any other “happy” drug on the market!
If you are caring for a loved one with dementia, find out what flavor is their absolute favorite and NEVER RUN OUT OF ICE CREAM! If you have dietary concerns, use brands that observe your dietary needs. There are plenty of diabetic friendly brands available. Ice cream can also be found in low fat, low cal, sugar free and lactose free varieties. Whatever kind or flavor you use, always have plenty of it handy always. Ice cream is an essential part of your dementia care tool-kit, like a Swiss army knife that’s invaluable for many occasions.
At the height of the CCP virus pandemic, Democrat Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) appeared on the James Cordon show where she explained how she’s been spending her time during California’s tyrannical lockdown.
When asked by Cordon how much ice cream she eats, she responded, “As much as possible” She explained, “I enjoy it, I like it better than anything else. And I don’t know why, but it seems to agree with me. I have a lot of energy.”
“I don’t know what I would’ve done if ice cream wasn’t invented,” the smiling and seemingly relaxed Pelosi said.
So what about Nancy Pelosi you might ask?
On April 21, the Daily Caller revealed that a whopping $11,000 ice cream expenditure was discovered on the campaign’s FEC filing.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign has spent nearly $11,000 on Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s favorite ice cream, which she has come under fire for after showing off her collection in an interview.
According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC), Biden’s campaign has spent $10,600 on Pelosi’s favorite ice cream as donor gifts between May 2019 and March 2020. The description for the ice cream in the FEC filing says “donor gifts.”
Only 3 days ago, when asked about the unpopular notion that vaccine mandates coming from our federal government might be a possibility, Nancy deferred and instead, talked about a time when she ate “too much ice cream.”
While we can’t say for certain that ice cream is being used by Nancy Pelosi or Joe Biden to treat dementia, there certainly seems to be a pattern with two of the most powerful people in DC—their repeated bouts with confusion—and their love for ice cream.
Thanks to our friends at The Gateway Pundit for contributing to this article.