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Confused and “Paralyzed” Biden, As Reports On Kabul Bombing Came Rushing in


Confused and “Paralyzed” Biden, As Reports On Kabul Bombing Came Rushing in


Today we lost 13 of our beloved brave warrior’s thanks to the utter incompetence of Joe Biden. The 13 US service members were killed when a suicide bomb went off at the Kabul airport.

In addition, 20 more military members are injured, 10 of whom are in critical condition.

We didn’t hear a peep out of the so-called “president” for 7 hours. His wife still hasn’t publicly offered any condolences at the time of this publishing.

Melania has, though.

Many people were wondering why on earth Joe wouldn’t have said something – anything – a tweet of sorrow, or offer prayers – anything.

But it was just “radio silence.”


And when he did finally give his speech today, he was lethargic, disengaged, and appeared totally out-of-it (more so than usual).

Well, now, we may know why that is.

OANN reporter Jack Posobiec, who is known around the internet world for having very good, very reliable White House sources, shared some info that appears to shine a light on why Joe was silent and then looked lost and defeated 7 hours later.

According to Jack’s source, Biden was in a “fugue” state, totally out of it, and paralyzed over all the rapid changes that were going on and the barrage of news reports.

Here’s what Jack said: “It’s like Biden is in a fugue state. Paralyzed. Totally MIA over rapid changing news” – per WH official”

Now, there is a rather loud – and growing louder – chorus of Americans out there who are demanding that Joe Biden resign.

People are convinced that he is not mentally fit to serve…and after what we’ve all seen unfold over the past 8 months, but mostly these past 8 or so days, I can’t say I blame people for feeling this way.

It appears now, that Joe’s ineptitude is getting people killed.

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