We can’t stop the Biden Collective at this point from destroying our nation, so it is best to just laugh and point. Joe Biden’s foreign trips are great because they give him the chance to show the world how weak and pathetic the Democrat-controlled United States is.
Biden’s antics abroad include his “long, loud, and impossible to miss” bottom burp while meeting the Duchess of Cornwall at the time and his allegedly soiling himself in an audience with Pope. When I heard that this so-called President was going to Japan to pretend to be the leader of the world at the G7 Summit, I rubbed my fingers together with excitement.
The hilarious humiliations are pouring in.
We discovered right away that Biden no longer tries to hide his excruciatingly precise cheat sheets. He now displays them in full view of the world. My colleague wrote this:
Joe Biden accidentally revealed a cheat sheet that contained notes on his G7 meeting.
The cameras captured a long document that gave a glimpse of specific instructions given to the 80-year-old president, including what to say and when.
On closer inspection, however, it is clear that the “talking point” sheet was actually a pre-written, complete transcript.
So, the president of the United States read his script in his chair like a good little boy. If he stumbles over a word in the script, a nice voice will always be there to help him get back on track.
Here are the “TALKING POINTS” Biden is using at the G7 Summit in Japan pic.twitter.com/kqmhQPu3Wq
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Biden’s tendency to stumble is a constant concern. In Japan, his handlers seemed to be on top of the situation. You must, however, watch the video showing the Bidens’ meeting with Prime Minister Kishida and his wife. You’ve probably seen this scenario if you have ever helped your grandmother pick up your grandfather from a long hospital stay.
The Bidens emerged from their limo with faces drawn in stress, as they faced the dangers ahead. Joe extends his hand to Jill before starting his walk. It would be touching, if Joe were just enjoying his golden retirement years and not pretending to become president. Jill takes Joe’s hand, and they proceed slowly to the Kishidas.
The couples greeted each other when they finally came face-to-face. Then Jill went alpha, aggressively shaking hands with the prime minister while her husband did an awkward bow/put-up-your-dukes move as she blocked him from greeting Mrs. Kishida. The Japanese couple struggled to get the aging president in position for photos. Joe put his hand out again before he walked. Jill led him while she talked.
Watch the 1:50 mark where Biden grabs the wife of the prime minister by the arm, and flashes his most charming leer. She endures awkwardly for a few seconds, before disengaging visibly. Then she nearly trips when she tries to put some daylight in between her and the president. The woman’s body language speaks volumes.
It wouldn’t have been a Biden visit if it didn’t include at least one near-catastrophe involving a flight or stairs. Biden had to descend eight steps during a trip to the Itsukushima shrine. The alleged president, after assessing the task at hand, gathered his strength and began the descent. He then stumbled a bit before breaking into a hilarious jog.
Biden against the stairs. Biden 0 stairs 1 pic.twitter.com/UHPDxKS5G6
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Nick Arama, who runs our sister website Red State, has an excellent roundup of other smaller incidents that indicate the onset of dementia. Team Biden, however, has shortened this trip — originally planned to include a jaunt to Australia and Papua New Guinea – so that Joe could come back to America and pretend to bargain a deal on the debt ceiling with Congressional Republicans. As our fearless leader returns Sunday to the capital, we can only remember the staggers and flatulence that might have occurred, along with the blank looks of confusion.