President Joe Biden’s bizarre behavior is continuing for a second day in a row.
The president visited the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) headquarters to discuss the federal government’s response to Hurricane Ian.
At the conclusion of his remarks, he turned to his right and started to walk away from the lectern.
However, FEMA Administrator Deanna Criswell — who was standing mere feet from him — attempted to get his attention as she said, “Mr. President.”
Criswell and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas then awkwardly followed Biden as he wandered off into the room and shook hands with FEMA employees as though he was a champion receiving adulation before he heads off to slay his foes.
Watch the moment below:
Biden wanders away from the podium as FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell attempts to lead him in another direction. pic.twitter.com/2G3OKlsog7— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) September 29, 2022
This came a day after Biden asked about the whereabouts of the late Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.), who died in a car crash in August.
In case you missed it:
"Jackie, where's Jackie?," Joe Biden says about Rep. Jackie Walorski who died in a car accident a few months ago. pic.twitter.com/khdiesmEsx— Greg Price (@greg_price11) September 28, 2022
Shortly after those comments on Wednesday, Biden held another event at the White House, and First Lady Jill Biden was seen guiding him off stage.
He could be seen asking the first lady something. It was not clear what was said. But she was heard saying, “You go down this way.”
She then led the way.
Jill Biden has to direct Joe Biden away from the podium: "You go down this way."— Washington Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) September 28, 2022
Biden still looks confused and wanders around pic.twitter.com/ITosEEbjtj
And to make matters even stranger, as Florida was being pounded by a hurricane Wednesday evening, the president was attending a Democratic fundraising event.
It is not new for Biden to wander off stage and appear confused about where he is supposed to go.
However, it is somewhat alarming that the head of FEMA — which is playing a major role in the response to one of the strongest hurricanes to hit the U.S. — could not get the president’s attention when she was just feet away from him.