President Joe Biden is going viral for all the wrong reasons after accidentally revealing his note card which adds to the suspicion that he’s not really calling the shots.
Kate Hyde, a writer and commentator, noted that Biden accidentally flashed the back of his notecard containing child-like instructions to greet people in the room and to sit down.
One side of the card was written in what appears to be his own handwriting, while the other side had text with step-by-step instructions on what to do while in the room.
“YOU enter the Roosevelt Room and say hello to the participants,” the note card instructs Biden. “YOU take YOUR seat.”
Anyone that needs a reminder to sit down shouldn’t have access to the country’s nuclear launch codes!
The instructions continue for Biden, telling him to give brief comments for two minutes before the press leaves.
The card tells Biden to ask a question of Liz Shuler, the president of the AFL-CIO, who made a virtual appearance in the meeting.
“YOU thank participants,” the card concludes. “YOU depart.”
Critics online swarmed after the images were released.
Popular Twitter user and podcast host Comfortably Smug tweeted, “Holy s*** This is unreal”
Greg Price, a conservative digital strategist, sarcastically said, “Joe Biden isn’t senile, guys. His handlers just have to give him step by step directions for every single thing that he does.”
Sadly, this is not even the first time that Biden has been caught using a notecard that walked him through in a child like manner, telling him what to do every step of the way. In late March, Biden was photographed with talking points on what to say about Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“Biden had to have ‘I was not articulating a change in policy’ written verbatim on a notecard so he wouldn’t screw it up… and he still screwed it up,” the GOP’s Jake Schneider tweeted.
The president has had a tendency to screw up key talking points which are later walked back by his staff, perhaps part of what these overly detailed notecards are hoping to prevent.
During that same press conference where Biden got busted with Putin talking points, the commander-in-chief was asked point-blank about several foreign policy gaffes relating to Russia.
While in Europe in late March, the president appeared to tell U.S. troops that they were headed to Ukraine, suggested that the U.S. might retaliate with a chemical weapon if Russia used one first, and alluded to the possibility of regime change in Russia.
Each time, the White House had to issue clarifications after the president’s comments — but when Fox News’ Peter Doocy asked Biden about the clarifications, he appeared to be completely unaware that his team had amended any of those statements, asking Doocy, “What’s getting walked back?”
Doocy asked Biden if he was “worried that other leaders in the world are going to start to doubt that America is ‘back’ if some of these big things that you say on the world stage keep getting walked back?”
“What’s getting walked back?” Biden responded.
“Just in the last couple days … it sounded like you told troops they were going to Ukraine, it sounded like you said it was possible the U.S. would use a chemical weapon, and it sounded like you were calling for regime change in Russia, and we know …” Doocy said before Biden interrupted.
The president interjected, denying that had happened at all, “None of the three occurred.”
This man should not be allowed anywhere near our nuclear launch codes.