Handlers Make Sure Joe Gets What He Needs

It seems that even in private, President Biden can’t seem to string a coherent sentence together without the help of trusty notecards.

Former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy recently revealed that the Commander-in-Chief relies on these crutches, even in small meetings with close advisors. This begs the question, is Biden really fit to lead our nation?

According to McCarthy, when he met with Biden behind closed doors, the president could barely deviate from the few notecards he had in front of him. It’s no surprise then, that Biden struggles to get through his rambling speeches and press conferences without stumbling over his words or forgetting key details. It’s clear that the man just can’t keep his thoughts straight without a little reminder written down for him.

At 81, Biden is already the oldest president in history, and it’s starting to show. As McCarthy pointed out, the Biden we see now is not the same man he once knew. It’s quite concerning that the leader of the free world is relying on crutches to get through his day-to-day duties.

And this reliance on notecards doesn’t seem to be limited to private meetings. Reports have surfaced that Biden even brings these cue cards to his closed-door fundraisers with donors as well as other speeches and meetings. It’s no wonder donors are becoming concerned about his age and mental capacity. How can we trust the leader of our nation to make important decisions when he can’t even remember key details without a little help?

But the White House seems to be in complete denial about Biden’s deteriorating mental state. When confronted with McCarthy’s comments, Biden’s spokesperson Andrew Bates simply took a jab at the former Speaker’s own use of notes during meetings. But this isn’t about McCarthy, it’s about the President of the United States. And it’s clear that he is struggling to keep up with the demands of the job.

The American people deserve a leader who is sharp, alert, and able to think on their feet. Instead, we have a president who can barely string together a sentence without his trusty notecards.

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