We’re all in alot of trouble.
Joe Biden doesn’t have a brain left in his head, and it’s just obvious.
Biden seemed completely out of his mind during his first presidential press conference.
Sean Hannity spoke in depth about Biden’s confusion on Fox News.
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Hannity said that Biden appeared “dazed and confused” during the entire speech, stopping several times mid-sentence.
Hannity also criticized Biden for having to use cheat sheets.
Ultimately, Hannity asked all Americans to question whether or not Biden was even running the White House at this point.
Hannity Calls Biden "Dazed and Confused" at First Presidential Press Conference
Here's the Entire Segment from Hannity
HANNITY: Our enemies are watching, this is embarrassing. Have you ever seen an American president rely on a book of cheat sheets before? To ever answer a simple question at a press conference? It is pathetic. It’s embarrassing. And let's be clear, the compliant media mob wasn't exactly throwing Joe any tough curve balls. They were incredibly polite and kind.
Hannity also asked who was really running the White House, saying that if President Biden is not up for the job, he should not be doing the job.
Hannity and others pointed out Biden's overdependence on cheat sheets.
Hannity wasn't the only one who noticed Biden's confusion.
More from the New York Post:
President Biden appeared to repeatedly lose his train of thought early on in his first press conference as commander-in-chief Thursday, asking reporters if they wanted him to go into detail in his answers, forgetting questions and relying heavily on cue cards from a binder he brought along.
The president took ten questions at the 62 minute presser, repeatedly consulting his binder before calling on the next reporter.
The three-ring binder also held the opening remarks he delivered at the start of the briefing, as well as notes on topics of major concern he was likely to be asked about.
The first awkward moment occurred while the president was answering a question on the crisis at the southern border from PBS journalist Yamiche Alcindor.
After speaking for four minutes about the migrant surge, the 46th president remarked, “And the other thing we’re doing, I might add,” before cutting himself off to ask, “Am I giving you too long of an answer? Because if you don’t want the detail …”
“I don’t know how much detail you want about immigration,” he continued, going on to say, “Maybe I’ll stop there.”
The commander-in-chief then took Alcindor’s follow-up questions, in which she asked about the deliberations for migrants being permitted to stay as well as the filibuster.
After answering Alcindor’s question on migrants, Biden needed to be reminded again about the filibuster query.
The president spoke for another two minutes about the Senate, where Democrats are ramping up their push to abolish the legislative rule requiring 60 members to end debate on most topics and move forward to a vote, before losing his train of thought again.