Bossy Babysitter Jill rescues wandering Joe Biden at G7 as onlookers laugh

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First lady Jill Biden, described sarcastically by some as the “White House babysitter,” once again came to President Joe Biden’s rescue during the G7 summit this weekend.

Video footage of what happened showed that the pair was walking away from a seated gathering when the president got distracted — or “lost,” as some put it — by a question posed to him by a bystander who or may or may not have been a journalist.

“How are your meetings going in Cornwall, Mr. President?” the bystander asked.

The president stopped walking, turned toward the bystander, and asked, “I beg your pardon?”

After the bystander repeated the question, the president replied, “Very well.”

Just as he finished replying, the first lady could be seen rushing to the rescue.

“Come on!” she exclaimed as she swiftly grabbed his hand and began dragging him away from the bystander like a mother dragging her child away from the candy store — and all as the crowd of people around them burst into laughter.


It’s not clear when and where exactly the video was recorded, except that it was somewhere in Cornwall, England, the location of this year’s G7 summit.

By itself, the incident would likely usually merit shrugs and laughter. But coupled with the numerous other incidences of the president behaving “lost,” confused, and/or distracted, the incident this weekend raised concerns.


Critics also wondered why the first lady had looked as if she’d been in such a rush to stop her husband from answering a simple question.


But some pushed back on these complaints by arguing that he’d simply stopped to answer a question — and that there’s nothing abnormal about this.


While both sides have valid points, there’s no denying that it’s become a habit for the president to get distracted to the point that his wife has to tell him to “pay attention.”

And yes, this really happened …

In the middle of a brief speech delivered before her husband’s official first speech to U.S. troops stationed abroad Wednesday at the Royal Air Force Mildenhall in Britain, the first lady had to turn around to exclaim, “Pay attention, Joe!”

The comments provoked laughter on the assumption that she was joking. But the president’s dementia-like aloofness, endless gaffes, and noted memory lapses left many wondering if she truly had been joking.

After stepping up to the podium to deliver his own speech, the president briefly forgot to tell the airmen to be “at ease.” When he remembered a couple of minutes later, he offered a bizarre explanation for why he’d forgotten.

“I keep forgetting I’m president,” he pithily said.

It’s stuff like this that makes people legitimately wonder whether Biden is all there. Even Ben Shapiro has claimed the president is allegedly “not fully there.”


Shapiro is no fringe conspiracy theorist. He’s a highly respected conservative commentator and radio show host — one who sees what appears to be the clear writing on the wall.

Of course, the sycophantic mainstream press sees things differently. In their eyes, the president is practically James Bond:


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