During this week’s highly covered speech at the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health, Biden demonstrated his peculiar memory loss, leaving many wondering if he’s fit for the job of commander in chief.
After thanking a series of legislators for showing up at his speech, the president was caught searching the crowd for someone, after which he’d asked about a Republican congresswoman who died in early August this year.
White House covers for Biden embarrassing himself by addressing late Congresswoman Jackie Walorski
Unfortunately, either Biden never caught wind of Walorski’s death, or he’s a bit too comfortable making jokes on behalf of deceased congressmembers; either way, his remarks were definitely misplaced.
"Jackie are you here? Where's Jackie?"
Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN) died in a car accident in August pic.twitter.com/cHc3b7zPmE
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) September 28, 2022
Naturally, the White House reacted immediately, playing babysitter to our president who can barely hold a speech all by himself, let alone interact with prominent political figures without his signature cue cards.
When pressed on the president’s remarks about “Jackie,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre boldly declared he was merely paying tribute to her decades of work in congress, which is obviously a lie.
Conservative Twitter wasn’t happy to see that Jen Psaki was replaced by someone even more inept at their job. Many claim her statement to have been a sad, sloppy attempt at glossing over what is a clear indicator that Biden’s cognitive functions have declined.
Today Biden forgot about the tragic passing of Jackie Walorski. It’s disgraceful and embarrassing! He can’t remember anything! THIS is the leader of the free world?? Terrifying!! We deserve MUCH better!!
— Ronny Jackson (@RonnyJacksonTX) September 28, 2022
Some of Biden’s supporters on Twitter suggested the president had actually been looking for Democrat Rep. Jackie Speier from California, which doesn’t make sense, as she wasn’t a prominent figure in the initiative.
Fox News also reported on the story, confirming a video tribute for Walorski was set to play during the event; it was shown almost minutes before President Biden and his White House staff were present.
Even though this would be nothing to take note of normally, the fact that Biden’s constantly getting himself into these situations is concerning, to say the least.
That’s especially true if we take into account how adamant the White House is in claiming the president’s mental health is perfectly fine.
Tucker Carlson on Karine Jean Pierre saying it's not "all that unusual" for Joe Biden to forget that Rep. Jackie Walorski is dead:
"What is unusual is to have a completely senile President, and it's a problem."
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) September 29, 2022
This growing number of press conference gaffes is exactly what’s drawing so much criticism to the administration.
The entirety of America, save for the Biden administration, is divided between those who believe he’s fit to be president and those who know he isn’t.
It’s been less than a month since the president declared he would defend Taiwan with all his might, only to turn his back on the Taiwanese people minutes later.
Sadly, a recap of Biden’s actions in August showed the president had signed an official condolence letter regarding Walorski’s death, confirming that Biden is no longer the sharpest tool in the shed.
This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.