UNFIT?: Biden Needed Cue Cards for WHAT?

(TheLastPatriotNews.com) – Joe Biden had to use cheat cards during his meeting with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak in London in a new embarrassment for the White House and a sign that even when meeting with a friendly ally, Biden can’t maintain a train of thought and hold a conversation without staff prepared notes.

On Monday, Biden stopped in the UK capital on his way to the summit meeting of the US-led NATO alliance in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Besides Sunak, the president also met with King Charles III in London.

During his tea and meeting with the British Prime Minister, Biden was photographed using “cue cards,” The Daily Mail reports, as cited by Newsmax.

Biden declared the UK to be America’s “closer friend and greater ally,” which the report construes as an attempt to assuage his “anti-British” reputation in the British Commonwealth.

“We’ve got a lot to talk about. I think we’re doing well. We’re moving along in a way that’s positive. But our relationship is rock solid,” the president told the UK leader.

However, a close-up photograph from their tea meeting shows Biden has a handwritten card with the heading “NATO.”

It also featured five numbered topics below that included references to items such as “F-16” and “Turkey.”

Newsmax points out that the 80-year-old president has been caught multiple times before using cheat sheets during his White House term.

Photos and video footage of his cue cards certainly haven’t helped ease the nation’s worries about Biden’s mental and cognitive acuity and, respectively, his fitness to serve and perform the presidential duties.

In a similar recent case, a Biden note card was photographed in a headshot of Los Angeles Times reporter Courtney Subramanian during a press conference.

The newspaper denied giving Biden the question ahead of time, but what was written on the card was almost the same as the question that Subramanian asked.

In another embarrassing case, in June 2022, Biden accidentally showed reporters a cheat sheet giving him precise directions on handling a White House meeting.

Those included instructions on what to do, where to go, and where to sit, namely, “enter the room, greet the guests, take his seat, wait for the press to enter, give brief comments, wait for the press to leave, ask a virtual guest a question, thank the participants and then leave the room.”