Another big mistake by Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, at a campaign event at the Constitution Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Sept. 20, fueled concerns about his mental health.

This time he estimated that 200 million Americans had already died from the CCP ( Chinese Communist Party ) Virus when the actual figure is ten times less. This amount is equivalent to two-thirds of the entire population of the country.

“It’s estimated that 200 million people will die, probably by the time I finish this talk,” said Biden, who at 77 has made so many mistakes that he is causing voter concern about his apparent mental decline.

In another of the recordings from the same day, Biden doesn’t appear to be looking very well, and after reading for 15 minutes he left the room without taking questions from the journalists.

“Watch as Biden struggles to find his words until he’s able to latch on to the teleprompter,” tweeted OAN reporter Jenn Pellegrino.

“This is after he took off all of yesterday and half of today. He read for 15 minutes before exiting, taking no questions,” Pellegrino concluded.

The week before, Biden also drew attention to the procedure he used to interact with journalists, at the end of a 10-minute speech in Wilmington, Delaware.

In this case, he selected from a list those he would answer questions from, apparently the list also included a map with the location of the previously selected journalists, who possibly had questions reviewed by Biden’s campaign.

“I’ll be happy to take some questions now if that’s OK. Let me get my list…” Biden said that as he read his papers. “Here he goes with his list again. He was given the questions and answers in advance,” suggested the user @RedPillMaC, who attached the video to one of his tweets.

Just another week earlier, Biden increased the number of U.S. military service members killed by the CCP Virus almost a thousandfold.

“Military personnel infected with the COVID [CCP virus]: 118,984. Military COVID deaths: 6,114. Friends, every one of these lives mattered,” Biden said at a rally in Warren, Michigan, according to The Washington Free Beacon video, released on Wednesday, Sept. 9. The actual number of military deaths was seven.