Sean Hannity declared on Wednesday, March 10, that something is “going on with the president of the United States,” and that the mainstream media should recognize it.
The host of “Hannity” questioned how serious President Joe Biden’s cognitive problems are and whether they are impacting his ability to lead the administration effectively.
“We will ask the question the media mob is afraid to ask, but they know is happening: What is going on with the president of the United States of America, Joe Biden?” on his show, Hannity said. “Is there something medically wrong here?”
Biden’s press aides ushered reporters away as they yelled questions at a confused and unresponsive president on Tuesday, according to Hannity. The incident occurred on Biden’s 48th day in office, during which he still had not held a solo press conference.
The host admitted that he thinks the president is being kept hidden from the press in order to avoid revealing a “weak and struggling” leader.
“We the people have a right to know. I’ve had enough of people telling me, ‘Hannity, you need to be more compassionate to Joe.’ I actually do have compassion, it’s painful to watch,” Hannity said.
“This is supposed to the leader of the free world. This is supposed to be our commander-in-chief. It’s the hardest job on Earth, which is why the media mob and Big Tech should not have created what I described as the ‘candidate protection program.'”
“Either he’s up for the job or he’s not,” Hannity said again.
“This matters big time for the entire world. You want to talk about compassion? I would argue compassion should have come from all the people around Joe Biden that knew of his struggles and worked overtime to hide and cover up all of this and purposely hide vital information about a presidential candidate from you, the American people,” he said.