It’s one thing to live in the White House with a president you don’t agree with politically. Regardless of which side of the aisle they’re on, having someone in the nation’s highest office who has sporadic moments of forgetfulness in public is something entirely different, and it should genuinely worry people in both major political parties given the enormous amount of power that leader holds.
Raising similar concerns about the current Oval Office occupant, however, has become taboo in media circles, with the exception of the rare instances where a reporter was brave enough to draw attention to President Biden’s propensity to lapse into incoherence and occasionally seem lost and out of it. This is because after four years of relentless media/Democrat “remote diagnosing” and questioning of then-President Donald Trump’s mental health and fitness to lead, raising similar concerns about the current Oval Office
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That's how the Biden White House is attempting to explain away Joe Biden's inquiry about the whereabouts of Republican Representative Jackie Walorski who passed away in early August. pic.twitter.com/kL6pswJfGC
At a conference on hunger and nutrition earlier this year, Biden called out for former Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind. ), searching the room for her in an effort to recognize her work as the co-chair of the House Hunger Caucus, but it seems he forgot that Walorski and two aides tragically perished in an Indiana car accident in August.
News secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was questioned several times about what transpired during the White House press conference that was held a few hours after Biden’s error. Jean-Pierre insulted our intellect by avoiding the questions, saying that Biden was looking forward to visiting Walorski’s family during a bill signing in her honor that will take place on Friday and that Walorski was “on top of mind.”