Bungling Biden Wanders Aimlessly Off Stage During High Stakes Talks

While Biden is notorious for his many gaffes during speeches, he’s also gained great notoriety for his repeated gaffes on the world stage.

And he’s just committed another major league gaffe, at the G7 Summit, no less.

Per a startling report from the New York Post, Biden apparently found it appropriate to wander aimlessly away from other world leaders, turning his back on them in the process.

In fact, Biden was so out of it that he only rejoined the world leaders after being pulled back by the Italian prime minister, Giorgia Meloni.

“Mamma mia, Giuseppe!

President Biden started to wander off during a skydiving demonstration at the G7 summit in southern Italy Thursday, with the host nation’s prime minister Giorgia Meloni pressed into action to pull him back toward the group,” the Post reported.

Yikes.

So much for reassuring allies of American stability.

After all, if Biden can’t even remember to not turn his back on world leaders, how is he expected to remember anything else significant and of consequence?

“As the leaders of the world’s wealthiest democracies applauded the evening parachuting presentation, the 81-year-old US president’s attention visibly wandered away from where the others were looking …

Biden appeared to miss the action happening right in front of him as he shuffled a few steps away from his fellow heads of government, turned the other way and appeared to say something to an officer packing a parachute,” the Post continued.

“Visibly wandered.”

One can only imagine what Biden was distracted by, but it is pretty clear he was hardly on top of the high stakes negotiations occurring at G7.

In particular the negotiations that directly relate to the ongoing war in Ukraine.

It’s also particularly embarrassing that Biden had to be corrected by another world leader, who clearly remembers the importance of not turning her back on others.

“At that point, Meloni walked over to Biden – doing so backwards so she was still facing her fellow leaders – and touched the president’s right arm to let him know it was time to rejoin the group.

The rest of the leaders then awkwardly gathered around Biden for a photograph, for which the president slipped on his signature aviator sunglasses,” the Post added.

So, Biden forgets to face world leaders, but he remembers to slip on his aviator shades, as if he were filming Top Gun 3.

Hardly. Knowing Biden, he’d steer the plane straight into the ground.

Turning his back on world leaders is one of the many gaffes Biden has made on the global stage, further throwing his basic capacity to function, never mind lead a nation, in question.

For instance, last fall, Biden managed to irk the Brazilian president through failing to shake his hand … a slight made further embarrassing by the fact Biden also collided with a flagpole.

He’s also routinely mixed up critical facts while referring to world leaders by the wrong name.

In short, he’s making quite a disaster of the United States on the world stage, further magnified by the border crisis.

One thing is for certain: It is increasingly clear that a vote for Biden is effectively a vote for Kamala in November.

One can only hope that sensible individuals will recognize that fact, and vote accordingly.

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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