Sean Hannity Attacks Joe Biden’s Mental Fitness Despite Tucker Carlson Previously Saying Tactic Won’t Work

Sean Hannity has attacked Joe Biden’s mental fitness just two weeks after Tucker Carlson said that this tactic was a “mistake” and would not help Donald Trump beat Joe Biden in the election.

Hannity laid into Biden on his Monday night Fox News broadcast for briefly forgetting Sen. Mitt Romney’s name as well as for a recent incident where Biden mistakingly said he was running for senate, not president.

“Maybe somebody on the staff might want to remind the ever forgetful Joe that he is running for president. He’s not running for senator,” Hannity said. “He keeps forgetting, forgets the day of the week, forgets what office he’s running for. He is running for president, not senator. Somebody remind him!”

He went on to say: “He is obviously not capable of leading. He has been hiding the entire campaign, and the corrupt media mob is covering for him.”

However, Hannity may have not gotten the memo, as two weeks ago, Carlson said “it was a mistake to spend so much time focusing on Joe Biden’s mental decline.”

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Sean Hannity is pictured at Del Frisco’s Grille on April 2, 2018 in New York City. He has said on his show that he believes some parts of the U.S. should end the lockdown in place due to the coronavirus.
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Carlson said the Trump administration’s attempts to paint Biden as “senile” or suffering from dementia are the wrong tactic and even conceded that the 77-year-old Democrat came across well at the debate.

“Trump isn’t going to win this race by calling Joe Biden senile,” Carlson said. “Nor, by the way, is Joe Biden going to win this race by calling Donald Trump a racist, as he repeatedly did last night. That slander didn’t work four years ago. It will not work now. Because personal attacks rarely work, they rarely determine election outcomes. That’s obvious if you look at the results, but it’s easy to forget it—and many did.”

“As a political matter, the main thing we learned last night is that it was a mistake to spend so much time focusing on Joe Biden’s mental decline,” Carlson said on September 30. “Yes, it’s real. Yes, Joe Biden is fading, we’ve showed you dozens of examples of it for months now.

“But on stage last night, Biden did not seem senile,” he continued. “If you tuned in expecting him to forget his own name—and honestly, we did expect that—you may have been surprised by how precise some of his answers were. Not all of them, but enough of them. Trump isn’t going to win this race by calling Joe Biden senile.”

Another person who seems to have not gotten the memo either is Donald Trump himself.

This morning, the President took aim at his opponent’s mental stability once again in a tweet lambasting Biden for mistakingly saying he was running for senate.

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Dentist hopes to return to work in early June | News

If you keep eating all your quarantine candy, soon you may need your dentist.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, dentists who are not performing life-saving operations are out of a job.

“Our offices in Saginaw we’ve missed some 1,500-dental cleaning,” said Dentist Donald Sabourin.

Sabourin said he is anxious to get back to work but it going to take a lot of preparation.

“The CDC has said dental hygienist have the highest potential of exposure, just below respiratory therapists,” Sabourin said.

Margret Gingrich with the Michigan Dental Association said it will be hard to work because dentists can’t practice social distancing.

“We can’t have patients wear masks because we can’t see inside the mouth,” Gingrich said.

Gingrich said the dental association is advising dentists to make all staff and patients wear masks and take extra sanitizing precautions.

“Even our sterilizers double sterilize and have been doing that since the 1980s,” Gingrich said.

Sabourin said his office won’t use their lobby. He said they are installing special equipment so that patients can call in from the parking lot.

“What we call extra oral suction units. That will be above the patient’s head removing the extra aerosol that comes off the patient’s mouth as we’re doing procedures,” Sabourin said. “It’s kind of above and beyond what the CDC recommends.”

Another issue many dentists are having is the shortage of PPE after donating supplies to first responders.

“We have sent a letter to Governor Whitmer requesting to be put on the list when she received the FEMA PPE. And we’ve been told we’re on that list,” Sabourin said.

Sabourin hopes to receive the supplies and return to work by early June.

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    National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Denmark

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    Hiroshima University, Japan

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    Ajou University, South Korea

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    Florida State University

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    Washington State University Vancouver

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    University of Utrecht

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    University of California, Irvine

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    University of Bern

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    University of Mannheim, Germany

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    Columbia University

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    National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health, Japan

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    University of Akron

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    George Mason University

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    Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

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    University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan

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    Tel Aviv University

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    University of California, Irvine

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    Technion – Israel Institute of Technology

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