It’s no secret. President Joe Biden isn’t all there. It was so painfully obvious during his campaign that his handlers hid him in his basement to limit the damage he caused every time he opened his mouth in public. The not-so-subtle use of teleprompters to make him appear cognizant at virtual events and during basement speeches were always a disaster.
But now that Biden’s puppet masters have managed to squeak him into the White House, their effort to keep pretending he’s capable of matching his own socks in the morning is not only embarrassing on the world stage, it’s dangerous.
Why else would nearly three dozen of Biden’s fellow Democrats send him a letter asking him to give up his sole authority to launch a nuclear strike? That’s disturbing.
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Of course, “fact-checkers” at USA Today are saying that request was missing some context. Really? How will more context make anyone feel better about knowing members of Biden’s own party are concerned he might fumble the nation’s nuclear football? I mean.. The man is not all there!
During a mistake-riddled speech in Texas on Feb. 26, Biden became awkwardly confused as he struggled to read his prepared script.
“Representatives uh, Shirley [Sheila] Jackson Lee (D-TX), Al Green, Sylvia Garcia, Lizzie Pinnela, uh, excuse me, uh, Pinell, and uh, what am I doing here? I’m gonna lose track here…”
In January, New York Post columnist Miranda Devine noted how Jill Biden had to prompt her husband during an interview with the American-Spanish language Univision TV when he “forgot words.” Devine said it is clear Biden is “cognitively impaired.”
“It waxes and wanes but he is still very foggy,” she added. “No one really knows how much he’s processing. You worry about those behind the scenes pulling the strings.”
Bernardi further alleged that Biden is clearly suffering from dementia and it obviously “not up to the task he’s been sworn in to do.”
“It’s all rather pathetic,” Bernardi said, “but even usually smart people are blinded by the nonsense put out by the mainstream media. They believe every perceived sin of Donald Trump while they seem intent on canonizing St. Joe.”
Any bets Bernardi’s commentary had anything to do with Facebook’s decision to block all posts from any Australian publisher from being seen anywhere in the world, and blocking all users in Australia from seeing any news content, even from non-Australian publishers?
“Next month, in my first appearance before a joint session of Congress, I will lay out my ‘Build Back Better’ recovery plan,” Biden said on Jan. 14.
No, he won’t.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki didn’t even have to “circle back” on that one. She already told reporters last month that, while Biden “looks forward” to making the address, the White House hasn’t scheduled when that will take place.”
“Obviously the president looks forward to speaking to a joint session,” Psaki said. “We just don’t have a date yet for when that will be and obviously it will look different because of COVID and because we want to be safe and project that the safety and our responsibility of projecting that to the American public.”
Where was this concern of wanting “to be safe and project that the safety and our responsibility of projecting that to the American public” during the second failed effort to impeach Donald Trump?
COVID isn’t a reason. It’s an excuse. Biden “obviously” won’t be making any “appearance before a joint session of Congress” because that would “obviously” be another unmitigated and utterly humiliating disaster.
Of course, the Democrats may be floating another excuse, in case the COVID excuse doesn’t fly.
The acting chief of the Capitol Hill Police is tossing out the “it’s too dangerous” theme to explain why they don’t want for Biden stumbling through a televised address to congress.
“We know that members of the militia groups that were present on January 6th have stated their desires that they want to blow up the Capitol and kill as many members as possible with a direct nexus to the State of the Union, which we know that date has not been identified,” acting Chief Yogananda Pittman told members of Congress. It’s so reassuring when the acting chief of Capitol Police doesn’t know the difference between a State of the Union Address and a president’s address to a joint session of Congress.
In the meantime, loyal “fact-checkers” for Newsweek and USA Today have made sure everyone knows that — while every president since Ronald Reagan has delivered an “Address Before a Joint Session of Congress” in their first year of their first term — there is no set date for which a president is supposed to give a State of the Union address…. Which is a completely different event. But, whatever.
It’s all semantics. They’re stalling. They need to come up with an excuse to explain why Biden won’t be speaking in public. In the meantime, Joe Biden has clearly been moved into the White House basement.
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