Psst, Obama, How Do You Run the Country?

We’re all in big trouble as a nation when Joe Biden doesn’t know how to do his job. He’s the President of the United States of America, yet he has no clue as to what he’s supposed to do.

On most days, he doesn’t even know his job title. He’s referred to Kamala Harris as president on more than one occasion.

On the days where he does know his role, he’s meeting with Barack Obama to get pointers. After all, being a president is hard – and Biden is clueless.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed what we already knew: Biden needs help. Only, she actually said that they have a “collegiate relationship undefined by the traditional roles of president and vice president.”

Ha. That means that Biden has likely been asking for Obama’s advice for everything. It begs the question of whether Obama is actually running the country through Biden. It’s the third term without all of the stress and the attention of the media.

Psaki has said that Biden has been in “regular contact” with the former president on a “range of issues.”

How much contact? Well, considering that Biden hasn’t even reached 100 days in office and he’s gone to the former president about multiple issues, it’s clear that Biden is over his head.

This is what we get for electing the oldest president to date at the time of inauguration. The media questioned his mental capabilities, yet he was still elected simply because he was not Trump. This is what we get for electing a man who has spent decades as a Congressman without making any notable changes to improve the country.

Biden is quickly learning the hard way: being a senator and a VP is not the same as being president.

Should we be concerned? Absolutely. Jen Psaki wants to play it off as though it’s no big deal. She went on to say that she would expect that it will continue throughout Biden’s presidency.

Did Richard Nixon constantly rely on the opinions of Dwight Eisenhower? Did Gerald Ford rely heavily on Nixon? Did George Bush look to Ronald Reagan? The answer is no in every situation.

The president should be able to stand on his own two feet. He should be able to make presidential decisions without constantly having to refer to a previous president. After all, that’s what he has Congress for. It’s why he has advisors. Yet, Biden is always going to lean on Obama.

It’s why so many Americans wonder who the real person calling all the shots is. Is it Barack Obama? Is it Kamala Harris? We don’t know…and that’s why it’s scary to see Joe Biden signing executive orders and establishing policies that are hurting the country. He’s already created a crisis at the border – so was that Obama’s doing or Harris’ doing? We might never know.

The only thing that Biden has accomplished so far is being a figurehead for the Democratic Party. He’s not capable of thinking for himself – that’s been obvious with the way that he depends so heavily on teleprompters. It’s also why he has yet to host a presidential press briefing. He simply cannot handle it.

Things are only going to get harder from here. At some point, Biden is going to have to turn to someone other than a former president to make decisions. He will have to work with Congress. He will have to listen to the needs of the American people.

We’re speaking, so he just has to listen. For starters, he can learn that we don’t want millions of migrants entering the country. That should be a good starting point.

We need leadership, and Biden isn’t giving it to us.

We didn’t vote in Barack Obama as our 46th president. By some miracle, we ended up with Joe Biden. If he doesn’t know how to do the job, he needs to speak up and step down.