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Joe Biden delivered some remarks today on the Wuhan coronavirus response.

But once again he seemed to have difficulty reading his teleprompter.

First, he misread “shedding” as “shredding.”

Biden: Vaccinated Americans are “shredding their masks” pic.twitter.com/WLvDHrVenu

— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) June 2, 2021

Then Biden seemed to slur or shorten his words, “Now how do we keep beaing this virus,” seeming to drop the “t” in “beating.” Then he goes on to read “May 4” as “May four” rather than May Fourth.

As I’ve previously recommened, Biden’s handlers need to enter numbers into the teleprompter phonetically — as in, “May fourth” pic.twitter.com/ZFkzFMmfNf

— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) June 2, 2021

But perhaps the worst response was the one that was actually clear.

Biden was asked if he thought he was being tested by Vladimir Putin. His response? “No.”

Biden on if he thinks Putin is testing him w/ repeated cyberattacks: “No” pic.twitter.com/uHaDL4CsXC

— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) June 2, 2021

Now, if he truly doesn’t believe he’s being tested by Putin, then he’s incredibly ignorant and he failed the test.

Putin has been testing him since he came in.

Putin tested him by massing troops on the border with Ukraine and Biden backed away from sending ships to the Black Sea as a warning. Putin tested him by challenging him to a debate and Biden backed away. Putin tested him with pressure on Nord Stream 2 and Biden completely caved, waiving sanctions, basically allowing it to be completed. Meanwhile, Biden did all that while making America Last — cutting the Keystone XL Pipeline and stopping oil and gas drilling leases in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. He couldn’t do more if he were working for Russia directly.

Now we’ve had cyberattacks by Russian criminals. Experts have said that’s a common tactic from Russia to use criminal gangs to have some plausible deniability when they do launch cyberattacks and they believe Putin is testing Biden in the run-up to the summit with Russia in Geneva. First, they hit oil with Colonial Pipeline, causing shortages and rising prices, and got a ransom

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