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If there weren’t countless reasons already, President Biden’s recent trifecta of dangerous gaffes on the world stage prompted Fox News’ Tucker Carlson on Monday to say, “If there was, in U.S. history, ever a time to invoke the 25th Amendment, it is now.”
The president’s temper continues to shorten as both he and his presidency age, often reducing any meaningful response to scolding reporters, which is seemingly acceptable as long as one is a Democrat. Were a Republican to do the same, it would be regarded as an affront to all media and a departure from civility and decorum. See former President Trump and his mean tweets that, more often than not, were rooted in the truth.
Carlson recalled that on one strange night in Miami, the site of the first Democratic primary in 2019, Joe Biden seemed detached and unable to focus.
“When Biden did manage to focus his attention, he seemed highly annoyed. Whatever the cause, Democratic primary voters were not impressed by his performance. Joe Biden’s numbers dropped 10 points overnight. Now, the Biden campaign has never explained what exactly happened to Joe Biden that night in Miami, but whatever it was, it never got fixed. It continues. From that day until now, probably the most authentic feature of Joe Biden’s public performances has been his anger. It seems to come over him in waves.”
Carlson remarked that not much has changed since then, and said the president “is a man who is losing the ability to regulate his emotions.”
During his monologue on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” the host detailed some of the more telling exchanges in a series of clips seen above, as detailed by Fox News:
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN YELLING AT REPORTER: Focus on this man (Trump) and what he’s doing, that no president has ever done—no president!
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN CHASTISING REPORTER: No, I haven’t taken the test. Why the hell would I take a test? Come on, man. That’s like saying, you know, before he got in this program, you take a test where you’re taking cocaine or not. What do you think, huh? Are you a joke?
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN AT PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: I’m not out of time. You spoke overtime and I’m going to talk. Here’s the deal. Here’s the deal. The fact of the matter is, look at what’s happening here.
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN SNAPS AT SAVANNAH GUTHRIE: Well, that’s not true. You’re saying things, you do not know what you’re talking about. No one said that. Who said that? Who said that?
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN TO MAN AT TOWN HALL: You said I set up my son to work in an auto company. Isn’t that what you said? Get your words straight Jack.
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN EXCHANGE WITH PETER DOOCY: That’s a great asset. More inflation. What a stupid son of a b—-.
In the aftermath of Biden’s recent tour in Europe, the president was asked about his confusing statement on the U.S. response to a possible chemical weapons attack on Ukraine by Russia, Fox News reported.
REPORTER: And to clarify on chemical weapons: If chemical weapons were used in Ukraine, would that trigger a military response from NATO?
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: It would trigger a response in kind; whether or not you’re asking whether NATO would cross, we’d make that decision at the time.
Carlson responded, “Biden is leading the U.S. toward war and so it’s fair to assess the effect on the rest of us of his mental and emotional conditions, not simply about age, Biden is 79. Biden is clearly unable to speak with precision and when you’re president of the United States and the world hangs on your every word, when your words constitute American policy, when you can change American policy, particularly America’s foreign policy, simply by saying so, it is essential that you speak the words you intend to speak, that you not get carried away because you’re mad and say something you don’t mean that might threaten the long-term interests of this country, threaten the families and the children of the rest of us and our future, but he is. ”
The host also played a clip where Fox News’ White House correspondent Peter Doocy at least attempted to pin down Biden on his aforementioned trifecta of rhetoric.
Fox News noted the exchange:
PETER DOOCY: It made it sound like, just in the last couple of days, it sounded like you told U.S. troops they were going to Ukraine. It sounded like you said it was possible the U.S. would use a chemical weapon and it sounded like you were calling for regime change in Russia and we know–
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: None of the three occurred.
PETER DOOCY: None of the three occurred?
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: None of the three.
PETER DOOCY: Mr. President?
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: You interpret the language that way.
Although Peter Doocy is perhaps the only White House correspondent who doesn’t tee up softball questions for the president, he and every other journalist in the room seem to have forgotten the art of the follow-up question.
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