Much has been spoken, written, and/or recorded concerning President Joe Biden’s physical and mental abilities to perform his duties in the Oval Office.
Joe Biden is an older 78 year old man who has been having cognitive issues, even during the campaign.
In order to hide Biden’s inability to have impromptu conversations with adults in general, his team would isolate him in his Delaware basement and would frequently call a media lid on his schedule before lunch.
As president, Biden makes frequent gaffs which make for good social media activity, but really are more alarming than humorous.
This explains why President Joe Biden has not held a press conference in 96 days or an interview since August 18th.
The Republican National Committee’s research team tweeted about it Monday.
Joe Biden hasn’t held a press conference since July 15—95 days ago.
His last interview was on August 18—more than two months ago.
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 18, 2021
Fox News figured out that Joe can’t even be on time for White House speaking events that don’t require him to answer questions. Our nation’s Chief Executive Office is late an average of 20 minutes per feeble attempt. For example, Biden on Wednesday was reportedly 38 minutes late to address why many American children will not receive the toys they wanted for Christmas.
When Joe has taken questions, they have been reserved for “approved” leftist reporters, one at a time, in an apparent attempt to keep Joe from becoming disoriented.
Biden has participated in highly scripted town hall events, which still resulted in some stammering and incoherent answers. On Monday, the White House communications team announced Biden will participate in another town hall, this time with CNN’s anchor Anderson Cooper.
CNN is reporting:
President Joe Biden will participate in a CNN town hall on Thursday in Baltimore, where he’ll take questions as his administration continues to sell his ambitious legislative agenda to members of Congress and the nation.
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper will moderate the live broadcast event, which will air at 8 p.m. ET on CNN and last 90 minutes. A CNN spokesperson said an invitation-only audience will be present at the town hall and the network will follow all local and state Covid-19 guidance and regulations to ensure a safe event. The town hall’s location will be announced in the coming days.
Biden’s town hall comes at a critical time for his administration.
The President has spent months delivering speeches across the country trying to sell the public on his infrastructure plans. And this week, Biden is meeting with lawmakers to negotiate both aspects of his infrastructure proposals — a sweeping economic package to expand the social safety net and a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill.
During the failed withdrawal from Afghanistan, many people around the world were again asking if Joe Biden had lost control. He was even unapologetic about leaving Americans behind after recently telling ABC News he would not leave one.
Senator James Risch (R-ID) asked Secretary of State Antony Blinken in September if Biden is really the man in charge of his administration.
“There’s real questions right now as to who’s making the decisions,” Risch stated in a committee hearing.
“We know for a fact that the President of the United States is somewhat disadvantaged here, in that someone is calling the shots. He can’t even speak without someone in the White House censoring it or signing off on it.”
“The president speaks for himself,” Blinken replied. “Anyone who tries to stop him from saying what he wanted to say, speaking his mind, would probably not be long for their job.”
For me, personally, I don’t watch any of President Biden’s live events, but having said this, he should be speaking publicly and answering questions from all the media. Our founders ensured we had freedom of the press so they keep politicians in line, which is crucial today considering the secretive Marxist nature of the Biden administration.
I don’t expect much to change, which means we are in for three more long years.