G. McConway
September 12, 2023

KJP Has Biden's Microphone Cut Off

Rambling Joe Biden was at it again.

While Joe Biden was in the midst of yet another nonsensical answer during a press conference, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre jumped in, ended the presser, and Biden's microphone was cut off, reported Fox News.

At the time, Biden had taken about five questions, had talked for about 25 minutes, and was clearly struggling to both stay awake as well as keep his thoughts straight.

Time to Go

Biden and President Xi have not spoken in almost a year, so a reporter asked if the US-China relationship has been strained.

Biden stated that he had met with Chinese officials in India, adding that Xi "has his hands full right now because of rampant unemployment among China's youth."

Biden then stated, "I don't know about you, but I'm going to bed."

Biden then quickly pivoted into another rambling answer, stating, "We talked about stability, we talked about the Third World, excuse me, the Southern Hemisphere has access to change. It wasn't confrontational at all…"

While Joe was still talking, his microphone got cut, then Jean-Pierre told the media, "Thank you, everybody. This ends the press conference. Thanks, everyone."

Biden also got everyone's ears up when he paused to look at a list on the podium, followed by "I'll just follow my orders here," in a very nasty tone…

Anyone that thinks this man is in charge is out of their mind.

I see these social media influencers trying to get people pumped up about voting for Biden and Biden running for re-election and I cannot help but laugh.

How can anyone be energized for the Democrat Party and Joe Biden after seeing that hot mess?

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