Joe Biden Tells Reporters “I’m Not Supposed To Be Answering All These Questions”
After answering a couple of questions from reporters on Wednesday about the gas shortage and the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, Joe Biden started to leave the room, even as reporters continued asking him questions. Biden stopped on his way out and said, “You guys are bad. I’m not supposed to be answering all these questions. I’m supposed to leave. But I can’t resist your questions.”
Biden answered another question about infrastructure and then left.
Since Joe Biden has become President, he’s created a crisis on the border, inflation has surged, job numbers have been terrible, the deficit is screaming upwards, the Israelis and Palestinians are fighting again and gas shortages have hit. We could go on from there, but everything is falling apart under Joe Biden’s leadership. Under normal circumstances, the President would be trying to reassure the American people and show the world he’s up to the challenge. However, Joe Biden has been largely missing in action, just as he was during his presidential campaign. That’s a deliberate strategy.
The average lifespan of an American male is 75.1. Joe Biden is 78 and he’s not a young 78. He’s physically weak and mentally foggy. He can sometimes hold it together for a little while, but he’s not strong enough and sharp enough to handle a real back and forth with the press, much less the presidency. In Joe Biden’s prime, he was a mediocrity. A not particularly bright empty suit, who got by on glad-handing and a big smile. Now, you take that as a starting point and add dementia into the mix and you have someone who shouldn’t be anywhere near the White House unless the old folks home cranks up a bus to take everyone on a tour.
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