James Woods Obliterates Biden over Rambling Comments about 'Presidents'
'Good, because we certainly don’t have one now'
Following Joe Biden's incoherent ramblings about Vice President Kamala Harris, where he said, “… we have a female Vice President of United States of America who’s going to be — we’re going to have some presidents pretty soon," actor James Woods called out the obvious.
“Good, because we certainly don’t have one now," Woods said.
“We’re gonna have some presidents pretty soon.” - Joe Biden— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 24, 2021
Good, because we certainly don’t have one now. pic.twitter.com/irPCgIbqju
You know, I can say as much as I want — from the time my two daughters were born — that you can do anything a man can do. It’s one thing for somebody to say that and keep pounding that in the head of your five granddaughters as well. But guess what? Until they see it, until they watch, it becomes real then. That’s why, by the way, she’s — and happens to be in Asia for me right now — but that’s why we have a female Vice President of United States of America who’s going to be — we’re going to have some presidents pretty soon.
Biden's refusal to answer questions and his overall abysmal performance as a president has seen criticism from both sides of the aisle.
Biden recently exited a pandemic press conference, leaving reporters with unanswered questions about his administration’s disaster in Afghanistan.
One reporter yelled:
“Do you know how many Americans are left in Afghanistan?” as Biden proceeded to quickly leave the room.
Neon Nettle earlier reported Biden’s news conference, which NBC News's “Special Report was covering,” was abruptly cut short as reporters started asking some tough questions.
NBC News abruptly cut away as Biden began taking questions.
Biden concluded his statement, saying:
“And I’ll keep you informed every day as we move forward."
NBC News’ Kate Snow appeared to nod as seemed to be taking instruction given in her earphone, then cut in, “All right.
"We’ve been listening to President Biden with dual challenges on a Sunday talking about Tropical Storm Henri, all the preparations being made, also talking about Afghanistan."
Biden walks away from the podium after talking about vaccines and mask mandates for 15 minutes.— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 18, 2021
Not a single question.
No mention of the crisis in Afghanistan.
Last week, Biden's communications director, Kate Bedingfield, claimed he "never shies away from taking questions."
But earlier this year, WH press secretary Jen Psaki admitted Biden “takes questions nearly every day he’s out from the press."
However, she admitted she doesn't encourage Biden to field spontaneous questions from journalists.