Joe’s cheat sheets had photos of reporters to call on circled and numbered

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New photos reveal several cheat sheets used by President Joe Biden during his Thursday press conference. One had the headshots and names of reporters he was directed to call on.

The president also used notes to assist with facts about U.S. infrastructure. As Bill O’Reilly said, he doesn’t know what he’s saying or talking about.

The press pool at Thursday’s briefing, the first one held by Biden since taking office 65 days ago, was limited to 25 reporters.

Biden only took questions from a list of journalists whose names and outlets he read from a cue card. A photo of the card shows circled numbers around select reporters.

He never called on any conservative journalists, including Peter Doocy of Fox News.

In the early stages of the 62 minutes presser, in which Biden fielded 10 questions, the president appeared to repeatedly lose his train of thought, forgetting questions and asking reporters if they wanted him to give detailed answers.

Many of his responses were aided by notes he kept inside a three-ring binder.

He’s older than we thought:

Bill O’Reilly grades Joe:

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5 COMMENTS

  1. The president’s press conference was hard to watch. Now I hope everyone sees what we tried to tell them about Basement Biden.

  2. Binders? Mittens Romney is not amused.
    Uncle Joe should be a football coach with his notes discipline where no one can see it.
    Notes? We don’t need any stinking notes.

  3. There were multiple huge indications that Biden was unfit for the job, related to his massive corruption and senility. But America allowed the election coup. America deserves this. America needs an extremely damaging and bitter period to recover from this suicidal mission, if it is possible. Recovery would leave America a secondary and battered nation. China is now the #1 nation on Earth.

  4. We officially have someone with the mental capacity of a 7 y/o running the country. Names with Pictures, are these people serious?

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