It’s the weekend, so it’s time for the newest installment of Biden’s Blunders, where we have fun at the expense of our nation’s 46th president, Joseph R. Biden.
Hey, do you guys notice that Biden is rarely alone when he speaks? When his handlers allow him to speak in public, that is, which isn’t very often. That’s a real shame because he would give me more Biden blunders than I could handle…but I digress.
Whenever Biden appears in public, he is often closely shadowed by either his wife or Vice President Harris, like he was on Tuesday when he gave a speech following the Derek Chauvin verdict.
It is concerning that the president of the United States can’t be trusted to speak in public without some moral support nearby.
Recently, Biden mumbled something so indecipherable that only a toddler could make sense of the garbled words that came out of his mouth.
From what I could make out, Biden said something along these lines: “absolutely determined to trunalimumdeprzure meet merfeathenrazasaur to get the job done.”
That’s our president, folks. Sleepy Joe often jumbles his words, speaks in a soft tone, shouts at random moments, and says stuff that leaves heads scratching.
In Biden’s first press conference last month, Biden had a notebook he kept referring to and at times was reading directly from pre-written notes.
His train of thought trailed off several times and at one point he completely blanked out and stood speechless for several seconds.
The most bizarre moment of the press conference was when President Biden was asked a question about guns and instead of answering that question, he launched into a rambling answer about infrastructure.
Biden was asked by a reporter about guns and his answer was…to build bridges?
It is moments like these that must scare the living crap out of Biden’s handlers. They need to shield him from his mumbling ways as often as they can.
And, oh boy, are they going to be nervous next week Wednesday when Sleepy Joe gives his first State of the Union Address.
At least he will have Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi sitting behind him for support.
I am personally very excited about Biden’s first address to Congress.
He is guaranteed to deliver me mounds of material to work with for next week’s Biden’s Blunders.
Check back with FreedomWire next week for our coverage of Joe Biden’s first address to Congress on Wednesday.
We will have the highlights and lowlights for you as well as our analysis of the speech.
And, of course, check back with FreedomWire next Friday for the next installment of Biden’s Blunders. It is sure to be a good one, so you aren’t going to want to miss it!