Images Reveal Pre-Scripted Questions On Biden’s Press Conference Cheat Sheet

Puppet president can’t even field questions without a helping hand

Photographs captured during Joe Biden’s Wednesday joint press conference with South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol revealed Sleepy Joe is answering scripted questions when dealing with the media.

The “press conference for dummies” cards only further support accusations of the 80-year-old Democrat being a puppet president who can barely mentally function.

In the photos captured by Getty photographers, a “Reporter Q&A” cheat sheet can be seen reading, “Question #1,” alongside an image and description of Los Angeles Times reporter Courtney Subramanian.

The card also broke down the last name Subramanian for Biden to pronounce correctly, reading, “Soo-bruh-MAIN-ee-an.”

Under the reporter’s bio is a word-for-word transcription of the question she’d be asking, and there are several cards in Biden’s hands so we can infer the entire briefing was scripted.

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The pictures caused a stir online, with Biden critics slamming the senile POTUS.

Townhall posted a video of Subramanian reading the question alongside the images showing Biden’s script.

Today News Africa Chief White House Correspondent Simon Ateba claimed many people are now wondering how Biden could debate when he can’t even do a press conference without assistance.

NewsBusters managing editor Curtis Houck said the White House press corps has some explaining to do regarding the staged event.

Fox News anchor Sean Hannity claimed Biden is “losing it in front of the whole world.”

Another Twitter user accurately pointed out the entire establishment would have been outraged if a GOP politician such as Donald Trump had been caught using cheat cards.

Joe Biden has already solidified his legacy as the most mentally incompetent president in U.S. history and the corrupt political establishment is still forcing the animated corpse to run for office one more time and potentially serve another six years into the future.

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