The most transparent President this country has ever had – Joe Biden – threw an apoplectic fit when finally confronted with a challenging question five months into his Presidency. “You are in the wrong business,” – the alleged President snapped at the CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins.
Biden just yelled at CNN's @kaitlancollins:
"What the hell— what do you do all day?… If you don't understand that, you're in the wrong business." pic.twitter.com/XNF4LMKYzr
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) June 16, 2021
Joe Biden may have been correct in the sense that when you dare to ask him substantive questions while working for CNN, you are indeed in the wrong business. CNN’s area of expertise is to report Joe Biden’s ice cream flavor of the day. Biden’s meltdown, however, did not go over well with Olivia Nuzzi, the left-wing New York magazine writer, who tweeted:
If you’re the most powerful person in the world and you can’t field questions from the media without losing your temper, maybe you’re in the wrong business.
— Olivia Nuzzi (@Olivianuzzi) June 16, 2021
If the media that conspired to get you elected, and is heavily invested in carrying water for you, gets mad at you, then as a US President, you are indeed in the wrong business. Here are some other telltale signs that being the President of the United States may not be your line of work:
- You claim that you don’t have a Covid vaccine after taking one just a month earlier.
- You don’t know the name of your Secretary of Defense.
- Your UN Ambassador hates your country.
- You came to a state to inspect the damage from a natural disaster, and you don’t know why.
- You don’t remember the name of the House Minority Leader.
- Every one of your Covid predictions is wrong.
- Your Vice President ignores your orders.
- You have problems with basic geography.
- You are afraid of your staff.
- You have trouble boarding Air Force One.
- You give the leader of the country you accuse of cyber attacking your critical infrastructure – a list of 16 critical infrastructure entities you declare off-limits for Putin to attack, as opposed to others that aren’t?
Biden says he gave Putin a list of 16 areas of critical infrastructure that "should be off-limits" for cyberattacks, including the energy sector and water supply
He says they agreed to have experts in their countries "work on specific understandings about what's off-limits" pic.twitter.com/K8oKdAFZ2J
— CBS News (@CBSNews) June 16, 2021
The list could go on, but it might be safe to just call job- fit in question and stop here.