(PatrioticPost.com)- Last week, President Joe Biden raised eyebrows after he searched the audience for a Republican Congresswoman who had died nearly two months earlier.
During a White House conference on hunger, nutrition, and health, last Wednesday, old Joe decided to set aside his teleprompter remarks to recognize Republican Congresswoman Jackie Walorski.
The president scanned the crowd looking for the Indiana Congresswoman, asking if she was there before finally concluding that Walorski decided not to attend the White House event.
Yes, Jackie Walorski didn’t attend because Jackie Walorski and two of her staffers were killed in a car accident in early August:
"Jackie are you here? Where's Jackie?"
Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN) died in a car accident in August pic.twitter.com/cHc3b7zPmE
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) September 28, 2022
That afternoon during the daily press briefing, White House reporters were aghast that the same president who released a heartfelt tribute to Jackie Walorski after she was killed was now searching the audience for her as if she was still alive.
In what was likely a first for the Biden White House briefing room, reporters grilled press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, repeatedly trying to get a straight answer on why the President of the United States was searching the crowd for a dead woman.
The poor, incompetent Jean-Pierre, unfamiliar with press pushback, twisted herself into knots trying to explain away the latest example of the president’s cognitive decline, doing her best to make it seem like Biden hunting for a dead woman was perfectly reasonable.
Newsbusters’ Curtis Houck chronicled every painful moment of it on Twitter, posting video clip after video clip of the reporters’ questions and Jean-Pierre’s astonishingly lame excuses.
Watch the videos HERE.
This shocking Biden Moment came just days after old Joe raised eyebrows in a speech at the National Education Association headquarters in Washington DC.
During the speech, Biden paused while discussing the House Republicans’ recently unveiled “Commitment to America” campaign platform to acknowledge a woman in the crowd, telling the audience that he and the women “go back a long way,” adding, “She was 12, I was 30.” And if that wasn’t bizarre enough, Biden went on to say the women “helped me get an awful lot done.”
"She was 12 and I was 30."
– Joe Biden pic.twitter.com/bmit4z9oqa
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) September 23, 2022