It’s no secret that Joe Biden probably isn’t the one making the big decisions in his administration.

The last several years have proven that the man is not exactly at the top of his game mentally.

At best, his age has caught up with him.

At worst, he has dementia.

I’m not sure which one it is, but I do know that people with dementia often snap at those around them due to frustration with their condition.


During Biden’s disastrous press conference on Wednesday, many correctly pointed out that he didn’t appear at his best.

One moment you may have missed though was a testy exchange between Biden and his press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.

Biden was trying to clarify his answer to a question from a reporter asking about sending humanitarian aid to Gaza.

As he responded, a nervous looking Jean-Pierre attempted to interrupt him and close down the interview.

Biden turned to her and quickly responded, “Don’t!” before continuing to talk to the reporter.

Jean-Pierre responded, “Sorry, sir.”

The look on the faces of Jean-Pierre and Anthony Blinkin told the real story.

They both seemed very nervous about Biden talking to reporters.

Check this out:

As we’ve seen in the past, Jean-Pierre and others have a history of ‘leading’ Biden during public speaking events.

During the same interview, jean-Pierre attempted to get Biden out of another uncomfortable moment where he got testy with a reporter.

The Gateway Pundit provided part of the transcript:

“Do you think it was necessary for you to come here?” a reporter asked.

Biden got snarky with the reporter: “What do you think? I’ll let you answer that.”

“What about getting people out?” another reporter asked of the American hostages held by Hamas.

“The answer is we’re gonna get people out, but I’m not going into any detail with you now—” Biden said before Karine Jean-Pierre jumped in and saved the day.

“Alright, we gotta wrap up,” Karine Jean-Pierre said.

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