Climbing Stairs To Board Air Force One Biden Fell… then He Fell Again… And Then Again [VIDEO]

Posted by on March 20, 2021 12:03 am
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On Friday, President Joe Biden stumbled and fell repeatedly while walking up the stairs to board Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland.

A video went around showing President Biden, 78, tripping about halfway up the steps leading to the plane.  He got his footing back but then he stumbled again, down he went.  And then while attempting to regain his balance, lunch bucket Joe fell for a third time down to one leg. He stood back up and climbed the rest of the stairs without incident.

I don’t like the man even a little bit but I hope he was not hurt.  That’s the difference between conservatives and leftists.  Leftists would have wished Trump died.

The 78-year-old thief-in-chief had his hand on the railing as he tripped twice going up the steps before he fell over the third time as he flew up the stairs of the idling aircraft at Joint Base Andrews.

After recovering from the stumble, Biden took a brief pause to brush the dirt off of his knee and probably figure out where he was before finally making his way to the top.  He then gave a salute before walking into the cabin of the plane to take off for Georgia.  It was the old “I meant to do that” trick.

Kate Bedingfield, the White House communications director said that Biden was not injured.  I am thankful for that.

“I know folks have seen that President Biden slipped on his way up the stairs to AF1, but I’m happy to report that he is just fine and did not even require any attention from the medical team who travels with him,” she tweeted. “Nothing more than a misstep on the stairs.”  Yeah, but what about his dementia?

Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre later told reporters traveling aboard Air Force One that Biden is “doing fine.”

“All I can tell you is he’s doing fine. He’s preparing for the trip today,” she told the pool reporters. “All I know is … he’s doing fine, he’s doing great.”

“It’s pretty windy outside. It’s very windy. I almost fell coming up the steps myself,” she said.  Yeah, okay, it’s because of the wind.

On Friday morning, the president left the White House aboard Marine One and then he stumbled on Air Force One to take a trip to Georgia, where he is expected to arrive at Dobbins Air Force Base, and then he will visit the Centers for Disease Control and Emory University.  Not to worry, because he probably won’t remember anything by the time he gets back.

Meanwhile, progressives on the president’s staff called in the White House puppeteer to restring the Oval Office for when the president returns.

The White House said Biden will be delivering remarks from Emory University after meeting with Asian-American leaders “to discuss the ongoing attacks and threats against the community.”  Of course, the president will blame white supremacists for the attacks even though there isn’t an ounce of evidence showing that to be the case.  I think by early summer aggressive’s blame white supremacists for humidity.

Biden fell back in November and he told a story to the press that didn’t seem too plausible at the time, saying that he had just gotten out of the shower and was walking through what he called an “alley” in his bedroom and he pulled the tail of his dog who wanted to play and that caused him to slip on the rug and he fractured his foot.  A rumor went around that Secret Service agents swooped in to protect the president and wrestled the dog to the ground.

Biden once mocked former President Donald Trump after videos went around of Trump walking cautiously down a ramp at West Point.  Trump himself explained what happened at another rally where he said that the ramp was put up for him to leave at the end of the event and it was on a steep decline, and he was wearing black shoes that were slippery on certain surfaces.  But at least Trump didn’t fall once, twice, or three times a Biden.

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