By
G. McConway
|
November 19, 2022

Biden G20 Cheat Sheet Raises More Questions About Biden’s Mental Health

A cheat sheet written for Joe Biden to get him through the G20 summit has raised even more questions about Biden’s mental health.

Biden accidentally revealed the sheets while being caught on camera leafing through the book.

He was literally given step-by-step instructions on basic things, such as when to sit, stand, and when he was permitted to talk.

YOU

Biden’s orders were all highlighted in red so he could not mistake what was meant for him or someone else.

A typical line read, “YOU will sit at the center” and “YOU will deliver opening remarks (5 minutes).”

This is not the first time we have seen such directions given to Biden for public events.

This is when Biden is at his most vulnerable, where his aides are not at his hip and can shuffle the media out of the room.

I have run major events at hotels, and I have never seen directions given as though they were written for a 5-year-old before.

There are cues, sure, but not to this detail that the individual needs to clearly be reminded to the minute detail.

I am sure the White House will say this is typical for all presidents during these types of events.

But if that is the case, why have we not seen documents like this during other administrations?

During a recent interview, Biden stated that concern over his age is reasonable, stating, “I think the best way to make the judgment is to watch me.”

We are, and we don’t like what we see.

Source: New York Post

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