Mr. President – Don’t forget to breathe.

That was the concise headline broadcast on DailyMail.com earlier today after President Joe Biden was caught yesterday holding a ‘cheat sheet’ during a meeting with wind industry executives in the White House.

The notecard reads, in part:

“YOU walk into the Roosevelt room and say hello to the attendees.”

‘YOU take YOUR seat.’

‘YOU make brief comments (2 minutes)’

“YOU thank the participants”

‘You go’

Maybe they should have reminded him to breathe.

What makes this card so unusual, bizarre, and downright earth-shattering is how specific the President’s choreography is.

Does the leader of the free world really need to be instructed to take his own seat?

He’s the president for God’s sake—there’s only one seat in the room for him.

What makes this card so unusual, bizarre, and downright earth-shattering is how specific the President’s choreography is.

If you don't trust your manager to walk into a room and sit down, I guess you don't trust him to run world affairs either.

If you don’t trust your manager to walk into a room and sit down, I guess you don’t trust him to run world affairs either.

This raises several troubling questions, not the least of which is this: If the president’s own staff doesn’t trust him to walk into a room and say hello, then why should the American people trust him to say hello? discharge the responsibilities of his office?

Being President of the United States is arguably the toughest job in the world.

What does it say about Biden that his staff doesn’t believe he can successfully complete the most basic of tasks like – salute a room and then leave?

If you don’t trust your manager to walk into a room and sit down, I guess you don’t trust him to run world affairs either.

It’s no surprise that a growing chorus of Democrats “increasingly sees him as an anchor who should be released in 2024,” according to the New York Times.

Moreover, this is not an isolated incident.

At the White House Easter Egg Roll, a staffer dressed as an Easter Bunny interrupted the President as he spoke to the media – waving his hands in front of his face and pulling him away.

Before her Memorial Day getaway, First Lady Jill Biden nudged her husband and chased him away from reporters. On the beach in New Jersey, the president’s daughter gave him the hook.

At the very least, everyone around the president gives us the distinct impression that he is not master of himself and that he must be managed closely.

Not to mention the physical missteps – the president tripped several times on the stairs of Air Force One and, of course, fell off his bike.

There are also obvious material mistakes he made that undermined America’s standing in the world.

When the president walks away from the teleprompter, his staff must gasp in horror.

When answering questions ahead of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, Biden sadly said, “It’s one thing if it’s a minor incursion, and then we end up arguing over this. do’s and don’ts, et cetera”.

“Are you allowing Putin to make a small foray into the country? asked a shocked reporter.

What does it say about Biden that his staff doesn't believe he can successfully complete the most basic tasks like greeting a room, sitting down and then leaving?

What does it say about Biden that his staff doesn’t believe he can successfully complete the most basic tasks like greeting a room, sitting down and then leaving?

The president laughed, ‘Good question. That’s how it looked like, isn’t it?

White House staff were quick to backtrack on those remarks — as they have done many times since, but the damage to America’s credibility was already done.

Are we all so oblivious to signs of President Biden’s struggles?

Critics and the media mocked President George H. W. Bush when he inadvertently read the phrase “Message: I care” after receiving a cue card from his staff.

President Donald Trump has been harshly criticized for appearing to walk shakily down a ramp after delivering a keynote address at West Point.

Reacting to the moment, CNN’s Chris Cillizza wrote, “Why does the Donald Trump-West Point ramp story really matter?”

Let’s see if Cillizza weighs in on this one.

The media was more than happy to invoke the 25th Amendment and call for the removal of President Trump from office at nearly every point in his administration.

And while President Trump has done many things that were deeply troubling and questionable, where is the same level of skepticism and concern about the clear issues plaguing our current President?

This incident also reveals an indictment of our media and a blatant example of their extreme bias.

If you can’t cover a presidency because you hate Republicans so much you’re willing to give a Democratic administration a pass, then you don’t belong in the media.

Not to mention the physical missteps - the president tripped several times on the stairs of Air Force One and, of course, fell off his bike

Not to mention the physical missteps – the president tripped several times on the stairs of Air Force One and, of course, fell off his bike

Now the American public deserves to know.

Because the 2020 presidential campaign took place amid the COVID pandemic, the American public saw very little of President Biden at campaign events.

We don’t know how long he’s been like this.

Why should the American public trust President Biden to lead us if his staff doesn’t even trust him to act normally in public?

President Biden is an unsuccessful president in almost every way.

He is less popular than President Trump during this period of his presidency. Inflation and the price of basic goods like food and gas are at historic highs not seen since before I was born.

He catastrophically withdrew from Afghanistan, leaving innocent people to die.

Nothing is happening in the country that shows America is now a better place to live than before Biden was elected.

Americans are more divided, more angry and less optimistic about our future than at any time in modern history.

These are extremely serious times, and we need an extremely serious and capable person to steer us in the right direction.