The days of Joe Biden capably stringing together occasional coherent sentences are behind us.
Joe lost his mind many years ago.
Now, somehow we’re all supposed to believe this man is capable of running the United States of America?
At this point, I’m not sure Joe can even find the bathroom on his own.
Worse yet, he has not once given an honest response to questions about his corrupt son, Hunter Biden.
At a recent press event, a Fox News reporter asked Joe whether he still believed the accusations against his son were the results of “Russia disinformation” and a smear campaign.
Biden laughed and then began to leave the stage, before turning around and responding: “Yes, yes, yes.”
He then said to the reporter: “You’re a one-horse pony.”
Well, at least he didn’t call him a “lying dog-faced pony soldier…”
Fox News has more on Biden's constant mockery of questions about his son:
President-elect Joe Biden on Tuesday laughed off a question about the federal investigation of his son Hunter, in what's become part of a pattern for him to mock or belittle reporters who broach the topic.
As Biden ended his press conference Tuesday, Fox News reporter Peter Doocy shouted a question on whether he still believed the stories by the New York Post and other outlets about his son's business affairs were a "Russian disinformation campaign and a smear campaign."
Biden chuckled, then said, "Yes! Yes! Yes! God love you, man. You're a one horse-pony," meaning to say "one-trick pony" for the repeated questions on the subject.
Biden, who has not named his pick for attorney general, added he would allow his Justice Department to be "totally on its own" about any judgments on the matter.
After a speech last week, he was asked by Doocy when he learned about the investigation into his son. Biden sarcastically replied, "Thanks for the congratulations, I appreciate it."
Biden had sharp words for Doocy during his primary campaign, at one point sarcastically calling him "classy" for asking about the birth of Hunter's illegitimate son in Arkansas. He also told Doocy he could handle coverage about his small crowd sizes compared to his primary rivals, calling himself a "big boy."
Media outlets largely parroted unverified claims in October that the New York Post's reporting on the contents of Hunter Biden's laptop was based on "Russian disinformation." But CBS reporter Bo Erickson did ask Biden about it at the time and received a curt response.
"I knew you'd ask it. I have no response," Biden said. "It's another smear campaign. Right up your alley, those are the questions you always ask."
The FBI and Justice Department officials agreed with acting-Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe that the laptop containing emails about Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings, including in Ukraine and China, was not part of a Russian disinformation campaign.
The New York Post has more on Biden's constant go-to excuse for his son Hunter, 'Russian disinformation:"
President-elect Joe Biden said Tuesday that the federal tax probe targeting his son Hunter Biden’s murky financial dealings is “Russian misinformation,” and called the reporter who asked for comment on the probe a “one horse pony.”
As he walked off stage after a press conference in Wilmington, Del., Biden was asked by Fox News if he still believed The Post’s exclusive reporting on the contents of his son Hunter Biden’s laptop was “Russian misinformation,” in the wake of reports that some of those damaging emails were part of the federal probe.
“Yes, yes, yes. God love you, man. You are a one horse pony, I tell you,” he responded.
The Post in October revealed correspondence between Hunter Biden and his business associates, which showed him trying to land lucrative deals in China and Ukraine by trading off his famous father’s influence, in some cases involving the elder Biden directly.
During the press conference, the former veep was pressed on whether he has spoken with potential candidates and his team about the investigation into his son’s overseas business dealings.
“No, no, I guarantee you I’m going to do what I said,” Biden responded.