Joe Biden instructive note card from staff: YOU enter the room, ‘YOU take YOUR seat’

The leader of the free world can’t even make his own decisions.

A recent image of President Joe Biden’s note card has gone viral online because it shows a new level of meticulous guidance given to the free world’s leader.

“YOU enter the Roosevelt Room and say hello to the participants,” the note card instructs Biden. “YOU take YOUR seat.”

The document titled “Offshore Wind Drop-By Sequence of Events” tells the president to “enter the Roosevelt Room and say hello to participants.”

During a meeting Biden held regarding the Federal-State Offshore Wind Implementation Partnership on Thursday at the White House, Drew Angerer of Getty Images took a picture of the note card.

Biden’s further instructions state that he has two minutes to make succinct remarks before the press disperses.

The 79-year-old Biden was also advised to keep his remarks “brief,” with the notes spelling out two minutes, and ask Liz Shuler, president of the AFL-CIO, a question after the media leave the room.

His age has raised some concerns in some Democratic circles looking ahead to the 2024 election. The list on the card concludes, “YOU depart” and “YOU thank participants.”

Earlier in March, Biden was spotted carrying a cheat sheet containing talking points related to his comments on Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Additionally, he was seen holding a cheat sheet with headshots of journalists in attendance that he intended to call on during his first press conference as president last year. Statistics related to the infrastructure bill were also presented.

Republicans and conservatives who frequently questioned Mr. Biden’s mental capacity and made fun of his use of such cheat sheets released photos of the cheat sheet from the meeting on social media.

Sean Hannity of Fox News tweeted;