“Bloke… Couldn’t Find His Way Home After Dark” – Sky News Australia Holds Live Blog on Whether Joe Biden Could Pass a Cognitive Test

Sky News in Australia has more courage than the rest of the media combined.  They point out the obvious.  There is no way Joe Biden could pass a cognitive case right now. 

The News outlet held an open forum on the subject.

The free world is being run by a “bloke who most probably couldn’t find his way home after dark,” says Sky News host Alan Jones.

This evening, Sky News’ top commentators will examine the devastating lockdowns across Australia, pick apart the latest social issues, and hold leaders to account as the nation battles the Delta coronavirus variant.

Hosts will provide a common sense approach to the issues which really matter and discuss them with a stellar lineup including former Queensland Premier Campbell Newman, NSW One Nation Leader Mark Latham, and Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce.

The Skynews continues:

Sky News host Alan Jones says there is “no way” President Joe Biden would pass a test on his cognitive ability or memory impairment.

“The disturbing thing here is the free world depends on the United States as the unfree world gains momentum,” Mr Jones said.

“And the free world is run by a bloke who most probably couldn’t find his way home after dark”.

For some reason they see things better ‘down under’.  

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