CHEAT SHEET: Biden Uses Card with Answers for Questions about Russia Gaffe


President Joe Biden was seen using a card with prepared answers on them to respond to questions from reporters about last weekend’s blunder in which he implied that the U.S. wants to get Putin out of power.

Several reporters asked the president to address his comment, “For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power” in reference to Russia President Putin.

Biden told them that he is not “walking back” his comment, but rather that all he meant is that he’s morally outraged about Putin’s actions – not that the United States is seeking regime change.

“If you weren’t advocating for regime change, what did you mean? Can you clarify?” a reporter asked in response.

“I was expressing the moral outrage I felt toward the actions of this man,” Biden claimed, at the cure of his prepared answer card. “I was not advocating a change in policy.”

The cheat sheet also gave Biden answers for a question about NATO.

During the press conference, Biden also claimed that three gaffes he made over the last weekend never happened.

“Just in the last couple of days, it sounded like you told U.S. troops they were going to Ukraine; it sounded like you said it was possible the U.S. would use a chemical weapon; and it sounded like you were calling for regime change in Russia,” Fox News’ Peter Doocy said to the president.

“None of the three occurred,” Biden responded. “None of the three. You interpret the language that way.”

(YWN World Headquarters – NYC)


  1. Politicians often have notes or teleprompter, etc. At debates they give them pens and legal pads.
    How quickly we forget the loony handwritten notes by the immoral lying adulterer, “NO COLUSSION!!” yes misspelled, and many others

  2. What did I mean? I didn’t mean anything. I never mean anything. I wasn’t articulating a change in policy and anyway I don’t articulate very well.

  3. When I read/hear the things this senile idiot says and does, I think what terrible avairos have I done to deserve this corrupt piece of garbage as my president. I definitely need to do teshuva and daven for Moshiach b’mehairah! Hashem yirachaim aleinu

  4. All other issues aside, there is nothing noteworthy about organizing one’s thoughts in writing, especially if one expects to be under pressure, and especially if one is prone to saying things other than what one means.