Biden has another ‘where am I?’ moment

Biden has another ‘where am I?’ moment
Biden wandering out of range (Image via Twitter)

The good news, if this can be called good news, is that he didn’t fall this time on the steps of an aircraft. The bad news is that Joe Biden, just have disembarked from Air Force One in preparation to be flown to the White House, gets confused and begins wandering away from Marine One before he is good-naturedly restrained.

There is no audible dialog in the video, but RedState provides readers with a play-by-play:

At the beginning, he seems to be greeting people in his typical robotic fashion but then tries to just wander off. The secret service jump in and attempt to usher him back to Marine One, which he’s supposed to be boarding. Instead of just turning around and going, he then looks to have a back and forth with the agents until Kamala Harris walks over, speaks to him, pats him on the shoulder, and points him in the right direction. That’s when Biden finally meanders toward the helicopter and boards.

Maybe this is nothing? Perhaps it’s just his thing to walk in the wrong direction toward a blank tarmac, something he also did during the campaign. But if we are honest, none of it feels normal. Even in what you would consider typical activity, Biden just looks like he’s out of it. His gate is short, and you’d think a light wind would knock him over because he’s so uncoordinated (wait, that’s what the White House claimed happened when he fell two days ago).

Something similar happened last September when then-candidate Biden stepped off a private jet and pointed to his right, as though greeting a familiar figure. As the camera panned back, however, the viewer got a glimpse of the air strip beyond, which was largely empty. So who was he waving to? Did he see something that the rest of us don’t, and if so is that cause for further alarm?

LU Staff

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