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DISGRACE: Someone Has to Remind Joe Biden to Stand Still and Quit Mumbling for Picture with Atlanta Braves Team – White House Cuts the Feed

Joe Biden has ONE public event on his agenda today.

Joe was going to meet with the World Series Champions the Atlanta Braves in the White House.

During the ceremony, the team stood for a photo but Joe kept mumbling and shuffling around while the team stood for their photo.

Someone finally had to tell Joe to hold still for the photo and raise up the Atlanta Braves jersey he was holding in his hand.

This was Joe Biden’s only public event today.

His handlers know his limit.

So… Will any Atlanta Braves player be “brave” enough to speak out on Joe Biden’s obvious mental decline? Or are we all going to continue to play pretend?

I think we know the answer to that.

WATCH: Someone has to remind Joe Biden they’re going to take a picture as the players instruct Biden to hold his jersey up for the photo. pic.twitter.com/TjWweuInBh

— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 26, 2022

The White House cut the feed to the ceremony when Joe Biden started mumbling and walking around.

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