A photo is worth a thousand words.
We all KNOW that Biden is not his own man.
Whether we are talking about his Manchurian Presidency, his lack of persona, constant deference to his aides, or his entire Trump hating platform—one thing is clear: he is not his own man, he doesn’t have any of his OWN ideas.
Reports and images are now surfacing of Biden’s note cards during The G7 Summit of Biden’s notecards and I can tell you one thing: they sum his whole platform up PERFECTLY.
Check it out:
— Stefanie Daubert 🇺🇸 (@Stefild) June 13, 2021
Trending Politics pointed out the contents of the flash cards:
A closeup photo from OAN at the G7 conference shows exactly what President Joe Biden and his handlers are putting on his pathetic flash cards.
Biden has proven to be a total embarrassment on the world stage this past week and it now appears that he is trying to pin America’s current problems on former President Donald Trump. He is also so incompetent that he needs a notecard to tell him what to say!
Biden’s performance has been a massive flop. While speaking on Tuesday, Biden degraded into a gibberish laced rant. It is very hard to understand what he was trying to say.
“And uh, I’ve said before and I apologize for the – Oh, I didn’t Jake Sullivan from the State Department [inaudible],” Biden said with his Secretary of State by his side. “I’m leaving out a lot of people here I apologize. I’m going to get in trouble. But, anyway, we’ll get back to that. But um we um you know…”
How embarrassing. #BabblingBiden wandering around G7, seemingly confused, as world leaders laugh at him. Corrects Boris Johnson introducing the leader from South Africa when he already did, they laugh at him again. https://t.co/S6lnlq52rl#feeble #senile #tragic #sad #dementia https://t.co/ff5MFWMbbP
— @ ThunderGodThor everywhere but Twitlandia (@FotherKyleHam) June 16, 2021
The New York Post reported that flash cards made an appearance again, this time at the meeting with Putin:
At one point, Biden also appeared confused about whether he would be fielding questions, asking Secretary of State Antony Blinken, “I’m not sure how this will work. One at a time?”
It was unclear what Biden’s notes said, but he’s been photographed in the past holding a chart with the names and faces of reporters, apparently marked with numbers showing in which order he planned to call on them during his first news conference in March.
During that White House event, Biden also had a printed card that said “Infrastructure,” followed by a list of bullet points and notes on topics including “China,” “Bridges” and Roads.”
Despite the prepared talking points, Biden mistakenly said the US ranked 85th globally in the quality of its infrastructure before correcting himself to say 13th.