Many Americans did not think Joe Biden would make it through four years as President.
Almost two weeks into his presidency and Biden is confirming everyone’s worst fears.
And now Joe Biden took a trip to the hospital that raised one question about him resigning.
Joe Biden barely left his basement to campaign during the 2020 election.
The fake news media and advisors claimed it was due to coronavirus precautions.
But many saw through that ruse and realized Biden’s handlers wanted to keep him out of the public eye as much as possible so no one noticed his clear mental and physical decline.
Now in office, Biden’s kept up a very stage-managed nine to five presidency where he rarely appears in public and only takes a brief set of questions from a list of a selected group of reporters so Biden can deliver short, prepared answers and then retreat into hiding.
Ten days into his presidency, Biden made his first trip outside the White House when he traveled to Walter Reed to stage a photo op with troops that were injured in the wars he voted to send them to.
“I’ve been at Walter Reed a lot,” Biden told the press. “I spent almost six months there myself as a patient. And in addition to that, as Vice President, every single Christmas, we spent all of Christmas Day at Walter Reed. These kids are amazing. And thank God, there’s not as many people to visit. So all the people I’m seeing today are being treated, more of them are amputees… are people who, in fact, are retired…but they’re real heroes.”
Biden’s scant public schedule and unwillingness to leave the White House are once again raising questions about how long he will serve as President.
When Biden named Kamala Harris as his running mate, many Americans figured Biden was just a stalking horse candidate and that if they won, Biden would quickly step aside and allow Harris to assume the presidency.
The fake news media tried to wave that off as “disinformation” or a “conspiracy theory.”
But Biden’s first few days in office raised more questions about how long Biden will serve as President as opposed to putting them to bed.
Even though his handlers limited public appearances, Biden radiates the impression that he is not all together there.
On multiple occasions he’s still referred to Donald Trump as the President.
In other appearances he’s looked confused about the executive orders his handlers prepared for his signature.
Biden’s limited travel schedule and tightly controlled public appearances are not because Biden’s handlers want to project a sense of “normalcy” about the presidency.
It’s because they are afraid that if Biden spends prolonged time in public exposure, Americans will quickly realize he is not capable of discharging his duties as Commander-in-Chief.
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