Biden struggles 'to remember names and dates' makes US look weak to Putin, Xi, and Kim Jong Un, Hannity says
JOE Biden has trouble remembering “names and dates” and is making the US look weak to rival leaders Vladamir Putin, Xi Jinping, and Kim Jong Un, Sean Hannity has claimed.
The Fox host in his opening monologue on Tuesday night claimed that he does not believe the president is “steering the ship” and that his administration is trying “to hide it from the rest of the world.”
He also slammed Biden, 78, as an “ever weak, frail, cognitive mess,” branding him “sippy cup” and claiming that he does little work
Hannity even claimed that the president “has trouble walking” after he slipped while walking up the steps of Air Force One in March.
He said that he does not believe Biden has a weight-lifting routine, as claimed by the White House, and accused him of losing “his train of thought mid-sentence.”
“Yeah, Putin, President Xi, Kim Jong Un, the mullahs in Iran, they see what you see, not good,” Hannity said at the top of his show.
“Joe now has trouble remembering names and dates, he struggles with complex details. He often loses his train of thought mid-sentence.
“Quickly now becoming irritable and at times it appears that sippy cup is having trouble even walking.”
Hannity also referenced a quote from Senator Chris Coons, a long-time Biden confidant, which said that the president does not say anything during meetings but sits with his chin in his hand listening.
“I don't know exactly who is steering the ship, but it's not that guy and it's obviously not going well and they are trying to hide it from the rest of the world, but we can see through it,” Hannity alleged.
“Look at the country in just a few short months. Inflation, 4.2 percent, the highest in 13 years. Steel, that's up a whopping 30 percent. Copper, 32 percent. Lumber, great, you want to buy a two by four, you're paying now 130 percent more than anywhere last year.”
The host said that “power-hungry Democrats” would never give Trump any credit for battling the coronavirus pandemic because of the “corrupt media mob” and that Biden is “not very active.”
“Constant weekend trips to Delaware, we assume sleeping, and Joe seems unwilling and unable and incapable of rising to the occasion,” Hannity warned.
“This is getting to be a real, clear, obvious danger.
“The media mob trying to put a spin on Joe Biden's obvious struggles, Americans, we can see with our own eyes what's happening," he continued.
“He's very moody, gets very confused by acronyms, and needs extensive preparations for any public event.”
Hannity also claimed that “Biden's public schedule can seem notably light compared to his predecessors” and pushed back at stories on his exercise regime.
“It is extremely doubtful that Joe is capable of such a routine,” he said.
“Remember, we were the ones that told you we were told by everybody that the wind blew him over three times.
“It was a very windy day as he was climbing the stairs to Air Force One, not once, not twice, but three times the wind blew him over, very windy day.
“According to Press Secretary Jen ‘circle back’ Psaki, Biden, well, has so much energy and vigor she claimed she can barely keep up with Joe.”
Hannity’s comments come after Biden was blasted by Ted Cruz as "weak" for his handling of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.
“Because it is his weakness, his appeasement, his moral relativism and ambiguity, his lack of backbone to stand up and stand with Israel that is causing this war in the Middle East,” Cruz said on Hannity’s show earlier this month.
“Rather than lecturing [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu, rather than being arrogant and attacking our friends, he ought to say America stands unequivocally with Israel.”
The president has had several gaffes since taking office including his fall while boarding Air Force One, accidentally calling his VP Kamala Harris the president, and mistakenly saying “saloon” when talking about hair salons.
Former President Donald Trump has repeatedly claimed that Biden is not mentally sound.
In the lead-up to the election, Trump said that Biden is unable to “put two sentences together.”
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