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Why is Joe Biden so afraid of his staff? Shouldn't they be working for him instead of the other way around?

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Once again Biden tells the press he can't take any more questions (other than the pre-arranged ones he already took) because he will get in trouble with his staff.

If he is afraid of those who work for him, how can he be expected to stand up to Putin, Xi and Kim?


 

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They'll take away his pudding?

Seriously, the guy is a sad figure. Jill the Enabler. America suffers with it as the world openly laughs at Biden's ramblings.

The only positive in this is that Xi, Putin, and the little fat man in North Korea may die of laughter.
 

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Is it Libya? Or is it Syria? Joe doesn't know the difference multiple times.
 

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Says someone who can't get Trump out of his head. :auiqs.jpg:
Oh, that's right. He's faded away into a dignified retirement, like other Presidents.

:auiqs.jpg:
Like Barry Hussein....oh wait.
You're trying to equate the post-presidential behaviors and activities of the two?

This is a mental illness.
You said “faded away”. Barry never went anywhere, Dumbass.
 

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Says someone who can't get Trump out of his head. :auiqs.jpg:
Oh, that's right. He's faded away into a dignified retirement, like other Presidents.

:auiqs.jpg:
Like Barry Hussein....oh wait.
You're trying to equate the post-presidential behaviors and activities of the two?

This is a mental illness.
You said “faded away”. Barry never went anywhere, Dumbass.
You're still trying.

Get help.
 
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Says someone who can't get Trump out of his head. :auiqs.jpg:
Oh, that's right. He's faded away into a dignified retirement, like other Presidents.

:auiqs.jpg:
Like Barry Hussein....oh wait.
You're trying to equate the post-presidential behaviors and activities of the two?

This is a mental illness.
You said “faded away”. Barry never went anywhere, Dumbass.
You're still trying.

Get help.
What’s wrong? Don’t like your words thrown back in your face?
 

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Says someone who can't get Trump out of his head. :auiqs.jpg:
Oh, that's right. He's faded away into a dignified retirement, like other Presidents.

:auiqs.jpg:
Like Barry Hussein....oh wait.
You're trying to equate the post-presidential behaviors and activities of the two?

This is a mental illness.
You said “faded away”. Barry never went anywhere, Dumbass.
You're still trying.

Get help.
What’s wrong? Don’t like your words thrown back in your face?
Oh, okay, that's all you're doing. You're not being serious. You're not trying to be accurate.

That's good. Because that was disturbing.

Phew!
 
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Says someone who can't get Trump out of his head. :auiqs.jpg:
Oh, that's right. He's faded away into a dignified retirement, like other Presidents.

:auiqs.jpg:
Like Barry Hussein....oh wait.
You're trying to equate the post-presidential behaviors and activities of the two?

This is a mental illness.
You said “faded away”. Barry never went anywhere, Dumbass.
You're still trying.

Get help.
What’s wrong? Don’t like your words thrown back in your face?
Oh, okay, that's all you're doing. You're not being serious. You're not trying to be accurate.

That's good. Because that was disturbing.

Phew!
Yep, that’s what I’m doing....proving you to be an idiot.
 

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Once again Biden tells the press he can't take any more questions (other than the pre-arranged ones he already took) because he will get in trouble with his staff.

If he is afraid of those who work for him, how can he be expected to stand up to Putin, Xi and Kim?



Someone must have zapped him because he didn't answer the question...
 

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Once again Biden tells the press he can't take any more questions (other than the pre-arranged ones he already took) because he will get in trouble with his staff.

If he is afraid of those who work for him, how can he be expected to stand up to Putin, Xi and Kim?


Lucky for drooler the media adores him and lets him know the questions before they are asked. Does he drool in his gruel?
 

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Once again Biden tells the press he can't take any more questions (other than the pre-arranged ones he already took) because he will get in trouble with his staff.

If he is afraid of those who work for him, how can he be expected to stand up to Putin, Xi and Kim?


Biden really makes it clear that he is a follower, not a leader, and is trying his best to obey the commands of those who are really making the decisions.

Even at the very start of the question and answer period (41:25 here)...

"I will take some of your questions, and I am told, Jonathan, that I should recognize you first..."


At 44:25 he mentions getting in trouble with staff if he doesn't ask the questions in the right order.

He is not showing humility; he is showing weakness, and he is a puppet of the Deep State and other countries.

Goodness grief, at 43:30, he says he wants to work with Putin to address Climate Change. Really? After approving the Nord Stream 2 pipeline?
 

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The CCP is scary. He has every right to fear the CCP and let’s face it...they are his owners
 
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Once again Biden tells the press he can't take any more questions (other than the pre-arranged ones he already took) because he will get in trouble with his staff.

If he is afraid of those who work for him, how can he be expected to stand up to Putin, Xi and Kim?


Biden really makes it clear that he is a follower, not a leader, and is trying his best to obey the commands of those who are really making the decisions.

Even at the very start of the question and answer period (41:25 here)...

"I will take some of your questions, and I am told, Jonathan, that I should recognize you first..."


At 44:25 he mentions getting in trouble with staff if he doesn't ask the questions in the right order.

He is not showing humility; he is showing weakness, and he is a puppet of the Deep State and other countries.

Goodness grief, at 43:30, he says he wants to work with Putin to address Climate Change. Really? After approving the Nord Stream 2 pipeline?
All staged questions he has in advance.
 

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