President Joe Biden remains on Washington Free Beacon Death Watch™ as he continues to test positive for COVID-19, a virus that has killed more than 620,000 Americans on his watch—the vast majority of them over the age of 65. (Biden will turn 80 in November.)
This week our geezer in chief attempted to articulate coherent words while celebrating the demise of al Qaeda terrorist Ayman al-Zawahiri, who was ripped to shreds by an R9X Hellfire missile, winner of the Free Beacon Man of the Year award in 2019.
Biden remained in isolation at the White House, where he lamented that he wasn't allowed to drive a car as "vice president," and struggled with the video conference technology that rose to prominence during the pandemic. "You're on mute I can't hear you," he mumbled during a meeting with cabinet members.