Biden Humiliates Himself And America At D-Day Event

While in France for the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings during World War II, President Joe Biden, 81, continued to display his seniority. This served as a sobering reminder that Biden had already been born when the historic operation took place.

First Lady Jill Biden escorted Biden out of the ceremony, as has become customary for public appearances, while Macron stayed behind to greet survivors of the D-Day landing.

During his remarks, Biden also discussed the number of Russians who have died in the most recent conflict in Ukraine.

“It is evident that the Secret Service agents are uneasy.”

However, Biden’s decision to hang out by the motorcade with the door open presented a security danger in addition to being awkward.

“This is really, really awful. Entering or leaving a motorcade is the riskiest moment when wearing protection. As soon as possible, you want to get the protectee in or out,” a presidential security expert source told Blaze News. “You typically attempt to conduct a covered motorcade. We refer to this as unveiled. The Secret Service agents are obviously uncomfortable, as you can see.”

The Wall Street Journal published a lengthy article describing how Biden is also slowing down in important private meetings, which coincides with the newest indications of age. Democrats have strongly condemned the report, despite the inclusion of Republicans and Democrats who have recently met with Biden.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer commented on the article, saying, “In my meetings with President Joe Biden, I have found him to be impressive in wielding influence to make progress on important bipartisan priorities.” “But you don’t have to trust me, just see his legislative results, which is why the GOP is trying so hard to discredit him.”

According to a Journal piece, the White House interviewed Democrats, closely monitoring them and exerting pressure to ensure that they only had positive things to say about Biden.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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