Joe Biden’s awkward mask-related senior moment tells more than a story about a forgetful old man

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U.S. President Biden signs the "Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act", in Washington

WASHINGTON, DC – Before U.S. President signed the bipartisan infrastructure bill on Tuesday, he had quite a senior moment. Keeping in mind, the President is fully vaccinated and was outdoors, he remembered that he didn’t have his mask on. He then shuffled to the podium, looked for it then for whatever reason, stopped looking for it.

“Oh, my mask,” Biden could be heard saying.

What it shows is that even the President of the United States doesn’t even fully understand the complicated and ever-changing COVID-19 policies set forth by the Democrat party and signed into policy by the Centers for Disease Control.

It shows that in some ways, the facemask, while protective from COVID-19 and other airborne viruses and bacteria is also a scripted status symbol of the progressive elite. In the end, none of the senior officials wore a mask, and rightfully, they shouldn’t.

The incident also highlights the President’s growing list of ‘senior moments’ that allows opponents to suggest that he is in cognitive decline.

Mild cognitive impairment is a natural stage of life for the elderly. It signals an expected decline associated with normal aging, but can also be an early warning sign of dementia.

“If you have mild cognitive impairment, you may be aware that your memory or mental function has “slipped.” Your family and close friends also may notice a change. But these changes aren’t severe enough to significantly interfere with your daily life and usual activities,” the Mayo Clinic details. “Mild cognitive impairment may increase your risk of later developing dementia caused by Alzheimer’s disease or other neurological conditions. But some people with mild cognitive impairment never get worse, and a few eventually get better.”