Who’s controlling President Joe Biden? It’s not like the man has intimated that he needed permission from whomever to do or not do something once or twice. It’s become a trend, whether he’s trying to be “cute” or not and sends a bad message to other countries, possibly some who would rejoice at the weakening of the U.S.
At the conclusion of remarks to union leaders in the East Room of the White House on Wednesday, Biden wound up doing it once again — indicating that he’s been told to do something.
“I’m supposed to stop and walk out of the room here,” Biden said.
Here’s video of the president’s comments:
Biden at the end of his prepared remarks: "I‘m supposed to stop and walk out of the room." pic.twitter.com/10dljS5Zef— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 8, 2021
How many times do we have to hear him say something to the effect of ‘I’m not supposed to take questions’ or ‘They gave me a list of who to call on’ or ‘They’ve prepared my puddin’ cup for me?’
Okay, that last one was a joke, but Biden’s absolutely said the other two.
You get the point. Even if Biden is trying to be endearing or he simply says those things because the people who “handle” him don’t think he can get through any kind of public event without assistance, that crap has got to stop.
It sends the wrong message in turbulent times, no matter how much the Biden regime wants to deny that we’re in them.
H/T: Fox News