Biden Nearly Takes a Tumble Down Air Force One Stairs, Just Days After Report Reveals Secret Plan to Prevent Him From Falling

by J Pelkey
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On Tuesday, upon his arrival in Wayne County, Michigan, Joe Biden had a close call when he nearly stumbled while disembarking from Air Force One.

Shortly after this incident, a recent report from Axios revealed there is a covert mission aimed at preventing accident-prone Joe Biden from experiencing such falls.

According to the report, insiders within the White House are quietly working to safeguard Joe Biden’s balance and prevent mishaps.

It’s worth noting that Old Joe doesn’t use the traditional long staircase to board and disembark Air Force One, but instead uses a much shorter staircase. And he still almost fell.

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The details of this scheme, initially revealed by Axios, provide insight into the minds of resident Biden’s handlers who are keenly aware of how detrimental his missteps — and even outright falls — have been to his chances of reelection. Nearly three out of four Americans believe that Joe is too old to serve a second four-year term.

According to the plan, Old Joe must remain committed to maintaining a physical exercise regimen aimed at enhancing his posture and balance. He works with Drew Contreras, a medical expert with ties to the Obama administration, to implement “proprioceptive maintenance maneuvers,” although the specifics of this workout remain unclear.

Additionally, he has been provided with tennis shoes featuring sturdier tread, and in recent months, he uses the smaller staircase for boarding and disembarking Air Force One instead of the traditional long staircase, which he has tripped on at least twice in recent years.

From Axios:

Biden’s balance difficulties are likely the result of what his physician has diagnosed as “a combination of significant spinal arthritis” and “mild post-fracture foot arthritis.”

  • Biden works out many mornings with physical therapist Drew Contreras, who also worked with former President Obama.
  • Biden’s doctor has recommended exercises for balance, which he called “proprioceptive maintenance maneuvers.”
  • What the maneuvers entail is unclear.
  • “I have never heard the term ‘proprioceptive maintenance maneuvers.’ It is not a clinical term in standard use,” said Professor James Gordon, associate dean and chair of the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy at the University of Southern California.

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