Jill Biden leads POTUS off stage – hours after he asked where the dead congresswoman was

Wednesdays can be tough for everyone. It’s the middle of the week. And sometimes it’s hard to see the end of the tunnel. You feel tired and ready to get on with the week. Sometimes you want to take a nap in the middle of the day. Sometimes you just call it into work.

And President Joe Biden seems to have been hit particularly hard this Wednesday.

During an event Wednesday afternoon, the 79-year-old president appeared to need directions on where to go.

He was seen asking First Lady Jill Biden something, it was not clear what was being said. But she was heard saying, “You go down here.”

She then went ahead.

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However, he stopped, looked around and appeared confused, then followed the First Lady.

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That’s a lot better than the optics we got last week – and at other times – when the President of the United States was forced to communicate using some sort of sign language to figure out where to go.

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But today’s example is not good given what happened a few hours earlier when he appeared to ask where a dead congresswoman was.

“Representative Jackie, are you here? Where’s Jackie?” Biden asked, adding, “She’s not supposed to be here.”

It is possible that the President was referring to another congressman. However, observant observers noted that he appeared to be referring to Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.), who died in a car accident in August.

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The incident happened during the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health. And according to a statement by Biden after Walorski’s death, she was involved in planning the conference.

Pour one out for White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, who had to explain why the President asked where a dead congresswoman was.

There is no good answer. But Jean-Pierre had… words. And in doing so, she also confirmed that he was talking about Walorski and that he knew that she had died.

“He had already planned to welcome the congressmen’s family to the White House on Friday,” Jean-Pierre said, noting that legislation would be signed in Walorski’s honor. “She was paramount to the President. He very much looks forward to speaking with them about their remarkable legacy in public service when he sees their family.”

When the reporter repeated Biden’s words verbatim, Jean-Pierre said, “I completely understand. I just explained that she’s at the top of the list.”

Those were definitely sentences, Karine. But they only made a really unpleasant incident worse.

If Russian President Vladimir Putin was first in line for the President, would he then have asked: “Vladimir, are you here? Where is Vladimir?”

We don’t just have one president who regularly gets lost on stage. But we have one who asks where people are that he knows are dead. And a president who sets US policy, who just says things as he walks and looks around, that’s what Jean-Pierre says too.

You can find excuses for Biden to get lost on stage. Things happen.

But with the number of times he appears completely lost and confused or loses his train of thought or yells straight-forward gibberish, and now today’s ad, is it really fair to ask: Is Biden ready for the job?

These are not incidents of stuttering. They’re not embarrassing pictures where he may or may not be sniffing a young girl’s hair. These are not manipulated videos. There just aren’t any good explanations for why he’s so often lost physically and mentally when he’s in top form.

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