Biden Cognitive Decline Raises Questions with Social Media Court Blunder

President Joe Biden’s cognitive decline made waves during the recent presidential debate, but it seems the White House may have more than one member facing mental struggles.

A blunder on Biden’s social media accounts showcased a mix-up between a federal district court in Louisiana and the Supreme Court. The @POTUS account’s deleted post drew attention, especially coming hot on the heels of Biden’s debate performance that left Democrats and the liberal media squirming, with some even suggesting he step down from the presidential race.

The now-removed post lamented a “Supreme Court ruling” on the pause of Liquified Natural Gas exports, before being corrected by eagle-eyed users to reflect the actual source as a federal court in Louisiana. The ensuing social media storm didn’t hold back, with jabs at the apparent confusion reigning in the Oval Office.

In a classic case of covering tracks, a revised post sans the word “Supreme” has since taken the original’s place, clarifying the court mix-up.

Meanwhile, the mishap that sparked the initial post was the blocking of a Biden administration plan by a federal judge in Louisiana. The plan aimed to delay new liquified natural gas export facilities, much to the chagrin of 16 Republican-led states who successfully challenged it.

The ruling made it clear that stalled LNG projects could mean lost revenue, stifled investments, and a helping hand to America’s adversaries in the global market for natural gas. On the flip side, the administration and environmental groups argued for curbing new LNG export terminals to reduce natural gas production and carbon emissions, which they claim harm the environment.

Despite disappointment at the court verdict, the White House stands by their commitment to informed decision-making based on economic and environmental analysis supported by science.

Written by Staff Reports

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