Joe Biden has been strangely quiet for a President in his first month of office.
His clear desire to stay out of the limelight has many experts wondering if something is wrong.
Even the media is beginning to catch on to the big Joe Biden problem.
Just this week, the mainstream media hit White House press secretary Jen Psaki with an extremely uncomfortable question about Biden’s ability to serve as President of the United States.
In fact, the press hit Psaki so hard, she ended up all but admitting that Joe Biden is in no shape to sit in the Oval Office.
But this comes as no surprise to many medical experts who remarked on Biden’s mental acuity long before the November election.
And it’s worth noting that America has yet to see Joe Biden hold an unscripted news conference without a teleprompter.
Some Biden partisans say he’s been “too busy” or that it’s still very early in his presidency – but both Barack Obama and Donald Trump held solo press conferences within their first twenty days.
In fact, the media screamed and howled anytime President Trump went more than a couple of days without a news conference or question-and-answer session with the media.
Now, even Biden’s most loyal and ardent supporters in the media are starting to get annoyed with his disappearing act.
Much to everyone’s shock, Joe Biden’s biggest fangirl, CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, asked Psaki, “By this time in their presidencies, both President Donald Trump and President Obama had held solo press conferences. Are there plans for President Biden to hold a solo press conference any time soon?”
In a stunning response, Psaki admitted that while there are plans for Biden to hold a news conference someday, it’s most likely not anytime soon.
Of course, the real reason why Joe Biden won’t speak in unscripted settings is because he can’t.
White House insiders say Biden can barely keep it together when he’s reading from the teleprompter.
Recently, Biden gave remarks honoring the 500,000 lives lost from the Communist Chinese coronavirus when his brain short-circuited and he began muttering pure gibberish.
This was a continuous issue during the campaign which, clearly, voters did not find all that concerning. Or, if they did, knew it was only a matter of time until Vice President Kamala Harris would replace him.