In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR


Biden Schedule || Friday, March 26, 2021

10:20 am || Receives the President’s Daily Brief
2:10 pm || Receives the Weekly Economic Briefing
6:15 pm || Departs White House
7:10 pm || Arrives Wilmington, Delaware

All times Eastern
Live stream of the White House briefing at 12:30 pm


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6 thoughts on “Biden Schedule || Friday, March 26, 2021”

  1. I am not sure why they bother briefing him. Now that he has done his press conference, his handlers can keep him hidden from sight for at least another two weeks before the complicit White House press corps begins to pretend to ask where he is. Bet this will be a long stay in Delaware while Nancy and Chuck and Kamala continue to conspire to destroy our country.

  2. Hey, after anyone “answers” 10 questions, we earn a few days off, right?

    Best description of the presser: The triumph of low expectation.”

    Yep, that’s it.


  3. I watched and listened to young people laugh at him, make bad jokes, insult him, all because he’s not the man he used to be.
    I don’t defend what is being done to the majesty and importance of the Presidency, nor do I accuse Biden of being anything other than a mentally challenged senior.
    The anger, the bad jokes, the outrage should be directed at the people who put him in this position and try to keep him there.
    Joe Biden is not fit to be POTUS, and I say that with sadness that any senior should be a victim of stolen intelligence, or cognitive reasoning. This isn’t a new or awful disease, but something that millions of families have to deal with when their elders lose their way.

  4. Biden has dementia issues but he has not lost his cognizance 100%. Based on his cognizance that is still functional, biden chose to run for the presidency. That was his decision and that decision is ultimately his and his alone. All his words, all his actions since moving into the Oval Office are ultimately his responsibility. He may get input from his handlers and, for sure, his handlers exploit that part of his cognizance that is senile but biden is working and cooperating with them using the functional cognizant part of his brain.

    Therefore, his words and actions deserve to be criticized. From a humanitarian point of view, yes we must feel for anybody who has lost part of their cognizance but as long as they retain sufficient cognizance to say, carry out and make decisions based on their life-long political beliefs and practices, they must be held accountable and responsible.

    I feel for that part of biden that is senile but I don’t feel for that part of him that, by using the working cognizant side of his brain, is doing great harm to our country.

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