On Monday, President Joe Biden posted his State of the Union speech notes on Twitter for everyone to see, drawing criticism and mockery from his political opponents.
On Tuesday, President Biden will present his State of the Union address to Congress in the House Chamber at the U.S. Capitol.
There is an included reminder in his notes to “PAUSE,” with Republican critics saying that they hope he does not say “pause” out loud.
Getting ready. pic.twitter.com/UhERyDuxTO — President Biden (@POTUS) February 6, 2023
Republicans took this as an opportunity to shed light on Biden’s presidential mishaps.
Was this speech delivered to you from the balloon?
— Brandon Straka (@BrandonStraka) February 6, 2023
Make sure you don’t read the word inside the brackets Mr. President. — Matthew Kolken (@mkolken) February 6, 2023
Lol no one takes you seriously
— JT Lewis (@thejtlewis) February 6, 2023
Why doesn’t have instructions for you to breathe and blink?
— Louis Marinelli (@LouisJMarinelli) February 6, 2023
Joe Biden is scheduled to deliver his second State of the Union address on the Capitol’s House floor, where members of Congress from both the House and Senate will be present in person.
A massive fence was erected around the Capitol complex starting Sunday amid objections to a barrier on the southern border by Democrats.
This has elicited further backlash, with some claiming that Democrats are content with leaving the southern border unsecured, yet they are quick to erect fences in areas of Washington D.C. without a second thought.