GOP congressman claims President Biden is “mentally unstable,” wants to indict First Lady Jill Biden

In the last presidential election, many Republicans said that Joe Biden should not be president because of his age and that he could end up a victim of dementia if he keeps going. North Carolina Republican Representative Madison Cawthor said Joe Biden was not mentally stable and publicly attacked the president’s wife, saying she was cruel to her husband.

Most of the time, Trump has built his presidential campaign based on allegations against Joe Biden. Until now, he has not stopped attacking the new president. Last month, 14 Republicans signed a letter asking President Biden to take a cognitive test to demonstrate that he is mentally capable of leading the country. This move was led by Ronny Jackson.

He claims that it is clear from every move of the president that something is wrong. Trump took the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in 2018 and the test showed signs of mild Alzheimer’s disease.
Republican Representative Madison Cawthorn also recently said that Joe Biden is “mentally unstable.” He also said that Jill Biden is cruel to her husband.

Mr Cawthorn said there was some form of degradation of Biden’s mind and that someone was behind the president, someone pulling the strings. However, he did not provide any evidence to show that there was in fact another person leading the United States.

However, it seems that President Joe Biden and Jill Biden do not take these accusations into account because they have been together for so many years and have gone through a lot of difficult situations.

The two met in 1975. Three years before Joe met Jil, he went through a tragedy. His first wife, Neilia Hunter, and their daughter, Naomi, died in a car accident.
At first Jill didn’t know if their relationship would have a future because he was 9 years older and completely different from the boys she had met before, but after they went to see the movie A Man and a Woman, Jill she was very excited about her time with Joe.

At first the two saw the relationship as “fun” but things moved on and Joe was ready to take the next step.

Initially Joe did not introduce Jill to his two sons, Beau and Hunter, but after they met they got along very well, even the two children were the first to tell Joe that he he should marry Jill.
Joe said he asked her 5 times in marriage until she said “yes.”

Jill always answered “not yet” because she was attached to Joe’s two sons and wanted to be sure that the marriage would work. She did not want the two boys to lose their second mother. On her fifth marriage proposal, Jill said “yes” and the two married in 1977 in New York City.

Joe and Jill Biden, alongside Beau and Hunter went on their honeymoon and were very happy and in 1981 Ashley was born. Jill then decided not to teach at school so she could focus on the education of her 3 children, but then she returned to teaching.

Although Jill and Joe went through a lot, she continued to pursue her passion, teaching and managed to keep two jobs. Even Michelle Obama was impressed with Jill and said she thought it was great how Jill managed to get two jobs.
Mary Doody, a former assistant dean at Delaware Technical Community College, said Jill always wanted to succeed on her own and never wanted to be known as Joe Biden’s wife.