Not only did Joe Biden not really win the 2020 presidential election, but he hasn’t even been calling the shots since he was sworn-in as commander-in-chief on January 20, 2021.
Somebody is in charge, but it’s certainly not the former VP. That much should be clear even to most Dems, at this point.
On Thursday afternoon from the White House, Joe once again proved he has no business being the most powerful man in the world.
From Fox News:
President Biden raised eyebrows on Thursday as he began taking questions from reporters for the first time since the Kabul terror attacks.
Hours after two suicide bombings outside the airport that left at least 13 U.S. servicemen dead, Biden broke his silence and offered a somber message to the nation amid the military withdrawal from Afghanistan.
While it has become normalized for the president to rely on a list of pre-selected reporters, he made a rather stunning admission in the process.
Joe Biden says that he "was instructed to call on" specific reporters for questions.
Who is calling the shots here? pic.twitter.com/K24AH81g1L
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 26, 2021
And here’s more from the day…
REPORTER: Do you feel like there was a mistake made [having the Taliban secure the airport perimeter]?
BIDEN: No, I don’t…it is in the interest…of the Taliban, that in fact ISIS-K does not metastasize beyond what it is…it's in their interest that we are able to leave on time. pic.twitter.com/0pcwn7k2yC
— JM Rieger (@RiegerReport) August 26, 2021
Lightning strikes outside White House right before Biden begins his remarks. pic.twitter.com/SWpQMrNexA
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) August 26, 2021
This is what weakness looks like. pic.twitter.com/a7vqlqYUhU
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) August 26, 2021
H/T: Right Scoop