Tucker Carlson has issued a warning about Joe Biden after the Democrat president’s cheat sheets were exposed and revealed his handlers give him child-like instructions.
During a Thursday press conference at the White House, the cameras captured photos of the notes Biden was reading from.
Biden accidentally held the card back to front, revealing what was written to the reporters in the room.
The child-like simplicity of the instructions has left many deeply disturbed and demanding answers.
The cheat sheet, presumably written by Biden’s mysterious unelected handlers, told the president where to sit, when to speak, and what to say.
Carlson responded by warning Americans that he believes Biden is not really in control.
“This is kind of a sad story, none of the details will shock you, they will only confirm what you already knew, but, still, as a news program we feel duty-bound to tell you that today in the White House, Joe Biden was photographed with a card in his hand, a card of instructions,” Carlson began during a segment on his Fox News show.
“These are the kind of instructions you would give to a child.
“This is essentially elder abuse at the hands of his handlers, Ron Klain.
“The card contains a series of step-by-step instructions for Joe Biden as if he literally had no idea where he was.
“Now, these are not complex.
“It literally reads this, this is verbatim: ‘YOU enter the Roosevelt Room. YOU take YOUR seat. YOU thank the participants. YOU depart.’
“What are we to make of this?”
Carlson invited renowned physician Dr. Marc Siegel onto his show to discuss the revelation and what it may indicate about Biden’s state of mind.
“Dr. Siegel, thanks for joining us, I’m not quite sure what to say, but you are the physician,” Carlson said.
“What is your response to this?”
“Yikes, Tucker,” Siegel responded.
“You know, I always say I haven’t examined the president, but somebody thinks he needs this note card, don’t they, his staff? ‘You take a seat, you ask one question…’ — this explains why only one question he takes — ‘…then you depart.’
“Let me tell you something,” the Professor of Medicine at the NYU Langone Medical Center continued.
“There is something called executive function, and I talked about that last time we discussed this.
“Let me tell you what executive function is, according to all the neuroscience journals that I looked at: Plan, focus your attention, remember instructions, juggle multiple tasks, plan your actions, time management, organizational skills, and memory.
“All of the things that, if you didn’t have them, they would put it on a note card for you.
“They would control you with it.
“And you know what? Guess what he is?
“He’s the chief executive.
“Another word: cognition — means thinking, means knowledge,” he said.
“And why did the President not have a cognitive test last year during his physical?”
On Hunter Biden’s laptop was an email exchange between Tucker Carlson and the president’s son.
Tucker asked Hunter for a recommendation for his son on a college application.
The two lived near each other and their wives are friends.
Tucker knows members of the Biden family well.
You don’t ask a stranger to write a letter for your son to help him get into his dream college.
During a November 17, 2021 appearence on Guy Benson Show, Carlson said:
“I know a bunch of members of his family and some a couple of them very well.
“And I knew for a fact that certain members of the family were very concerned about his cognitive ability.
“They didn’t expect him to get the nomination.
“Nobody did. And he got it and they were freaked out about it.
“That’s…I’m not speculating.
“I know that for a fact.
“So I knew that the family believed he was in cognitive decline.
“So there’s that and that’s news. That’s news,” Carlson said.
— CSPAN (@cspan) June 23, 2022
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) June 23, 2022
‘YOU take YOUR seat’: Very specific cheat sheet reminds Biden how to act 🤦🏻 https://t.co/x6002YcPeM
— Jon Nicosia (@NewsPolitics) June 23, 2022
Biden’s instruction card said:
“YOU enter the Roosevelt Room and say HELLO to participants.”
“YOU give brief comments (2 minutes)”
“Press departs (t)”
“YOU ask Liz Shuler, President, AFL-CIO, a question. Note: Liz is joining virtually.“
“YOU thank participants.”