Leaked Notecard at Press Meeting Reveals Brandons Humiliating Instructions


At his Monday press appearance, Vice President Joe Biden had a nervous breakdown. After being grilled repeatedly, he continued to deny the reality of his multiple recent misstatements, which the White House had to painfully walk back, and he lashed out.

The sight of the handheld notecard his White House handlers supplied him to tackle tough Putin Q&A talking points was one of the most humiliating aspects of his press conference.


The White House seemed to have had enough of Biden’s constant gaffes and provided him with a cheat sheet to ensure he didn’t make any mistakes. He made a blunder.

The handout reveals that he was provided a nearly exact response to a query posed by a reporter. The following were the responses:

“I was expressing the moral outrage I felt towards the actions of this man.”

“I was not articulating a change in policy.”

When he was asked about it, he said “No.” It was because he thinks it was ridiculous. He added that no one believes that USA will be taking down Putin. 

He also added that the only war that is disastrous as an intended one is the unintentional. He emphasized that the least he wanted to do is to engage in a land or nuclear war with Russia.

“I was expressing my outrage at the behavior of this man. t’s outrageous, it’s outrageous. And it’s more an aspiration than anything, he shouldn’t be in power. There’s not — people like this shouldn’t be ruling countries, but they do. The fact they do, doesn’t mean I can’t express my outrage about it,” Biden grumbled. 

It’s the equivalent of having a cheat sheet in front of you for a test and still failing it. Even in a fictitious presidency, Biden is no longer capable of acting like the president.