President Joe Biden struggled to put his pen in his pocket on Tuesday prior to signing a series of executive orders to combat systemic racism…but that wasn’t all…

President Biden brought a pen with him from the podium and sat down at a small desk at the Whtie House to sign the executive orders.

He tried several times vainly to put away his personal pen in his interior suit coat pocket before opening up his coat to examine the problem.

“Excuse me. Trying to put my pen away here,” he apologized to reporters watching him in the room.

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Poking his finger at the pocket, it appeared that it was still stitched shut.

He chuckled, prompting what sounded like Vice President Kamala Harris to ask, “What do you need?” The president then put the pen in his pants pocket before reaching for the ceremonial pens to sign the executive orders.

Joe Biden’s mental capacity is rapidly declining yet the media chooses to ignore his obvious signs of dementia.

Biden reappeared an hour later and struggled to make it through his Covid speech.

Biden jumbled his words as he called out a lawmaker who refuses to wear a mask and warned about Covid variants coming from the UK and South Africa.

“One Congressman pointed out, he used very colorful term to say, ‘wearing a mask, I tell them to kiss my ear, I’m not going to wear a mask.’ Well, guess what, not very American. The fact is, you want to be patriotic, you’re gonna protect people,” Biden said.

Kiss my ear.

Biden is declining on the world stage and the media continues to ignore his obvious dementia.

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