Joe Biden is an embarrassment to the United States.
In a few short years, the White House resident has turned the country into the world’s comedy program.
A skit produced by Saudi MBC TV depicts Biden wandering aimlessly to shake someone’s hand who isn’t there and tripping on the Air Force One steps.
In the skit, Kamala Harris cluelessly watches Biden’s gaffes.
Trending: What Was In Those Bush Sr. Funeral Envelopes? The “First Arrest” To Shock The World Revealed?
Saudi MBC TV comedy program made a skit on Joe Biden.
— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) March 23, 2023
It’s sad because it’s 100% accurate.
How many times have the Air Force One steps tripped up Biden?
We have this famous stumble:
Watch: Joe Biden Falls Repeatedly Climbing the Steps of Air Force One!
And we have this one just last month:
Joe Biden Stumbles and Falls AGAIN Going “Up” The Stairs On Air Force One!
Biden stumbles and falls going UP the Air Force One steps…AGAIN! 2/22/23!
— DailyNoah.com (@DailyNoahNews) February 22, 2023
And the most recent Biden stumble that happened in Montgomery a few weeks ago:
Watch out for the stairs! pic.twitter.com/Qo7faNqRfS
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) March 6, 2023
Then, we have Biden shaking hands with the air.
Watch it Happen AGAIN: Biden Shakes Hands with the Air; Currently in Saudi Arabia
Joe Biden tried to shake hands with empty air again. Only 30 more months, guys. pic.twitter.com/udJLFzGvnq
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) July 14, 2022
— Koustuv 🇮🇳 🧭 (@srdmk01) April 23, 2022
But the comedy skit from Saudi TV isn’t a surprise.
According to reports, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman mocks Biden in private and questions his mental state.
From FOX News:
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdom’s 37-year-old ruler, has reportedly mocked President Biden in private while questioning his mental state, a move that could fracture U.S.-Saudi relations at a time when the partnership is being tested following a move by OPEC+ to cut oil production and harsh criticism of the regime by American lawmakers.
The Wall Street Journal reported that several people inside the Saudi government said the prince preferred former President Trump and has seemed unimpressed with Biden since his days as vice president while also making fun of his gaffes.
Prince Faisal denied that Prince Mohammed had privately made fun of Biden or told aides he favored his predecessor.
“These allegations made by anonymous sources are entirely false,” Faisal said. “The kingdom’s leaders have always held the utmost respect for U.S. presidents, based on the kingdom’s belief in the importance of having a relationship based on mutual respect.”
Join the conversation!
Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!