By Ophelia Garrett
Biden recently told reporters he doesn’t know where he’s going or what he’s supposed to do. He “gets told.” Yes, ladies and gentlemen, you read that correctly. Our President officially admitted to being a puppet.
Last week, a reporter asked Biden about his midterm campaign schedule during a visit to a sandwich shop in Pennsylvania with Democrat Senate candidate John Fetterman.
The president appeared confused when reporters asked him why Democrats like Raphael Warnock in Georgia and Tim Ryan in Ohio indicated they did not want to appear with him on the campaign trail. He replied, “They’re — they’re — what are you talking about?”
“I don’t know if I’m going to be able to get out in Nevada,” he continued. “And in Georgia, they asked me to come down. We’re trying to work it out now.”
Earlier before departure, a journalist had approached Biden on the White House lawn asking why there were so few Democrats running during the midterm. “That’s not true,” Biden snapped. “There have been 15. Count, kid, count,” referring to the fifteen Democrats Biden has been with in public appearances.
When asked how he felt about how Democrats would do in the midterm elections, Biden replied, “I’m feeling good.”
“I’ve got about 16, 18 requests around the country, so I don’t know who’s going where. I get told,” –Joe Biden