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Biden Shows Off His Step-By-Step Instruction Card – And It Makes Joe Look Like He’s “Unable” To Serve As President

We’ve often seen just how closely Biden’s handlers control his public appearances. At one point, they hid in an Easter Bunny costume, just keep tabs on him!

But it appears to be worse than we think. A recent photo revealed a closeup of his “note” card, prepared for his staff.

Oh, boy.

From Fox News:

Photos taken at a White House meeting with cabinet members show specific directions listed for President Biden…

“YOU enter the Roosevelt Room and say hello to participants,” the first bullet point read. “YOU take YOUR seat.” […]

Once when the “Press departs,” Biden was then told, “YOU ask Liz Shuler, President, AFL-CIO, a question,” with a note that Shuler was “joining virtually.”

This is pretty embarrassing. A high-resolution photo showed the back of Biden’s notecard for a recent meeting.

His staff apparently wrote down detailed instructions for what he was supposed to do, during the meeting.

Including directions about walking into the room, saying hello, and taking his seat.

It even told him who to talk to and when to get up and leave.

The directions covered actions that any reasonable person in control of their faculties should know how to do naturally.

You don’t need to tell someone to take a seat and say hello unless they are five years old.

Or… so old that they have lost this basic ability.

More and more, Biden comes off like a nursing home patient who can’t even take care of himself.

This is supposed to be the Leader of the Free World. And he has to be told when to sit and speak!?

Numerous people, including medical professionals, have called for Biden to take a cognitive exam.

Yet Democrats, even his own staff, have refused. They continue to push the narrative that Biden is perfectly fine—that it’s wrong to even ask the question.

These same people, though, are writing out instructions for Biden like it’s his first day at kindergarten.

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