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New Swing State Ad Claims Joe Biden Is ‘Sharp As A Knife’

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The Biden campaign released a new ad in Pennsylvania featuring a steel worker praising Biden as “sharp as a knife.”

This comes amid ongoing concerns about Biden’s mental acuity.

“I love to tell the story about meeting President Biden, because when you meet him… this guy is as sharp as a knife!” the ad states. “They have nothing else to attack, because they can’t attack the things that he’s doing that are so good for this country,” Burgess continues as images of Biden meeting with workers cut in and out.

“I see people going back to work, jobs coming to the area, infrastructure being fixed up. Joe Biden gets things done, that’s just who he is.”

The ad attempts to rebut criticism of Biden’s cognitive abilities by highlighting his work meeting with laborers.

However, some analysts see this as a defensive move and argue that Biden continues to show signs of confusion in unscripted interactions.

They note the significant age gap between Biden and Trump, at 81 and 77 respectively, translates to differences in their cognitive functioning and ability to engage with people spontaneously.

“If you have to run political ads saying that your candidate is ‘sharp as a knife,’ he’s not sharp as a knife,” Outkick founder Clay Travis said. “And the guy can’t really even handle walking into a Wawa. He was trying, did you see the video where he’s trying to close the box and then he orders the milkshake at the wrong place? This came on the heels of his last trip to a gas station where he’s the only person wearing sunglasses and nobody seems to want to interact with him at all.”

“Look, there’s four years that separate Trump and Biden. That’s true. Biden’s 81, Trump is 77. There’s about 20 years that separate their ability to walk and interact with people in unscripted situations,” he added.

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