‘Sir, there is something on your chin’: Aide hands Biden note to wipe his chin after 50 minutes

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The president of the United States and leader of the free world needed an aide to tell him via a written note that there was schmootz on his chin.

The aide tried to inconspicuously inform President Joe Biden of the schmootz after the president had already spent an estimated 50 minutes at a virtual roundtable Friday with it glowing brightly on his chin like an orange beacon.

View a zoomed-in screenshot of the schmootz below:

(Source: White House YouTube)

But the effort to keep it on the down-low failed for two key reasons.

One, the aide needed to write the note in gigantic letters that were easily visible to media photographers.

“Sir, there is something on your chin,” the note clearly read.

Look:

Second, right after reading the letter, the president promptly wiped the schmootz off his chin in dramatic fashion.

Meanwhile, Vice President Kamala Harris could be heard speaking in the background about the wildfires out west.

Watch and listen:

With this spectacular ordeal now over, many questions remain.

Question 1: What was the schmootz? Was it drool? Was it pumpkin pie? Was it sweet potatoes? Was it a literal corn pop (and not the Corn Pop from his past)?

Question 2: Did he just eat it!?

Note what the latter Twitter user wrote about the president wiping his butt and joking about drinking baby blood. While an exaggeration, the tweet was based on reality.

While answering questions from reporters earlier in the week, the president quickly said something that sounded like “my butt’s been wiped.” It’s since been confirmed that wasn’t what he’d said, but it’d still sounded like he’d said that.

As for drinking baby blood, he’d twice specifically accused Republicans of believing he sucks the blood of children.

During a CNN town hall, he said that the valid allegations from Republicans that Democrats bear some blame for the Jan. 6th riot at the U.S. Capitol are equivalent to conspiracy theories about him sucking the blood of children.

After returning to the White House following the town hall, he was then confronted by a reporter about the “defund the police” movement in the Democrat Party.

“That is not the Democrat Party’s position. I am the Democrat Party. I am the president. So is the speaker of the House, so is the majority leader. We are not defunding the police, and have not,” the president replied.

His point was that the Democrat Party’s top officials are against defunding the police, meaning the Democrat Party is by default also against it. The reporter pushed back on this dubious argument by asking about everybody else in the party.

“Are there people in the Democrat Party who want to who want to defund?” she asked.

In response, the president tossed out the blood-sucking accusation again.

“Are there people in the Republican party who think we’re sucking the blood out of kids?” he said.

Returning to the schmootz incident Friday, before media photographers released a photo of the note, many had also predicted what was written on it.

Look:

FYI, there’s been a whole lot of egg on Biden’s face, particularly in regard to the Trump coronavirus vaccine that he’d been so distrustful of last year.

Vivek Saxena

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