Did Joe Biden actually die in 1988?

News broke recently that when Joe Biden was at Walter Reed Hospital he needed nurses to do a few things for him:

  1. Go to his home to get his pillows
  2. Whisper in his ear
  3. Breath into his nose

I’m not a male nurse like Gaylord Focker but don’t those 3 things sound like something a nurse/loved one would do when someone is about to go up to the great Spirit in the Sky? You want the dying person to be comfortable so you get pillows for them. Family and friends whisper things like, “I love you,” “Thank you for being the best dad, son, brother, etc.” Breathing into someone’s nose would be in a CPR situation, although odd, for sure.

The backstory is that Biden was at Walter Reed in 1988 after 2 brain aneurysms. In a 2007 book, he wrote this about his time in the hospital:

“Maybe I should have been frightened at this point, but I felt calm,” he wrote. “In fact, I felt becalmed, like I was floating gently in the wide-open sea.”

Feeling like you’re floating gently in the wide-open sea?? That’s what someone does when they’re crossing over the rainbow bridge, isn’t it? DID BIDEN BITE THE DUST 1988???? Is the pale man we now only see in videos a ghost, or maybe Star-Wars-style hologram? Has 1988 Joe Biden gone “back to the future” for one last chance to not lose a presidential election? All of this might explain when he’s had some major gaffes over the years, and even possibly wearing a “vest posey.”

Where is Doc when you need him?

-Out of the Wilderness

Published by Ben Wilder

Since 2005, I've called Nashville home. I'm the leader of the pack, which includes a 13-year-old beagle and an 11-year-old blue heeler mix. My days include writing, video editing, and other fun activities. Thanks for checking out my blog, I hope you enjoy it!

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