Who is really running the show Joe?
It sure as hell can’t be Biden, and that is becoming increasingly apparent. He looks lost all the time, fumbles his words, forgets what he is talking about, and outright says things that don’t make sense.
The few times he is coherent he is usually heard mumbling how he “will get into trouble” if he continues to speak on some topic reporters have pressed him on.
Who is he trying to please though?
Who is he going to be in trouble with?
Biden’s constant remarks about being in trouble just raise a whole bunch of questions, and I am glad that people are starting to notice.
This isn’t just a once or twice off handed remark he has made in the past……he seems to be constantly saying it, and that is what is so alarming.
Here’s what people are saying:
SUPERCUT: Biden Is Always In Troublehttps://t.co/UByIDWuJX4
— Vince Quill (@VinceQuill) June 16, 2021
Fox & Friends asks if a Biden joke revealed a sinister conspiracy: "Hold the phone. He said 'if I take any more questions I'm going to get in trouble.' He is the most powerful man in the world. Who is he going to get in trouble with? Who's — what's going on there?" pic.twitter.com/bJDR682LpM
— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) April 28, 2021
Biden always thinks that he's going to "get in trouble." pic.twitter.com/AbQjlwp1hF
— The First (@TheFirstonTV) June 15, 2021
Here is a recent report from The New York Post pointing out the issue:
“Now, why don’t I take some of your questions? And I’m told, Jonathan, I’m supposed to talk — recognize you first,” he said.
Then at the conclusion of the news conference, Biden was walking away from the lectern when a reporter said he wanted to ask about his relationship with European allies.
“I’m going to get in trouble with my staff. Yeah, go ahead. But pretend that I didn’t answer you,” Biden said, chuckling.
The question posed was about why he still continued the steel and aluminum sanctions imposed by the Trump administration and what he planned to do about them.
Biden responded: “A hundred and twenty days. Give me a break. Need time,” before walking off.
It was reminiscent of Biden telling members of the media that “I’m not supposed to be answering all these questions” last month following White House meetings on the coronavirus vaccine and the infrastructure plan.
That exchange came a week after White House press secretary Jen Psaki admitted that she doesn’t like Biden to spend too much time with the media.
Why is Joe Biden always afraid of getting in trouble?
HE'S THE PRESIDENT!
— ACT For America (@ACTforAmerica) June 14, 2021
Joe Biden always say he is going to get in trouble with his staff. WHY?
— Francesca 🇺🇸 (@FranMFarber) June 14, 2021
Fox News had an earlier report pointing out the same thing:
President Biden said he would be “in trouble” if he continued to take questions from reporters during a rare back-and-forth with the press Tuesday afternoon.
After speaking about new federal health guidelines for mask-wearing for vaccinated and non-vaccinated individuals, Biden answered a few shouted questions from gathered reporters at the White House.
“I’m sorry,” he said, after listening to questions about his own mask-wearing and a potential summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. “This is the last question I’ll take, and I’m really gonna be in trouble.”
It wasn’t clear what Biden meant, although he’s known for self-deprecation over his history of gaffes.