As President Joe Biden makes his way around Europe – he proves to the world exactly what the American Right has been saying: Joe ain’t all there in the head.
It is time for another edition of Biden’s Blunders, where we have fun at the expense of our nation’s 46th President, Joseph R. Biden.
This is a special Tuesday edition of Biden’s Blunders, because there have been too many Biden blunders from the G7 in England to wait until the weekend.
Joe Biden has been a walking embarrassment this week in Europe; the man is no longer with us.
To start with, Biden attended a round table discussion with world leaders that was being led by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Johnson introduced those in attendance, including the President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa.
Sleepy Joe than interjected by admonishing BOJO for not introducing the president of South Africa, even though Johnson already had introduced him.
Boris Johnson then replied, “And the president of South Africa, as I said earlier on,” Johnson replied. Biden replied: “Oh, you did.”
“Yes, I certainly did,” Johnson told Biden.
The other world leaders laughed at Biden, and Biden awkwardly joined them not realizing that the leaders weren’t laughing with him but were laughing at him.
So, Biden was off to a bad start.
And it only got worse from there.
Then Biden wondered off into a cafeteria that he wasn’t supposed to be at and appeared dazed and confused. A reporter asked him a question before first lady Jill Biden had to intervene and grasped his arm and pulled him away from the cafeteria.
If you didn’t know who Joe Biden was, you would think the man had gotten loose from the nursing home and his wife was a nurse who rescued him.
Then the President said that he was going to “get in trouble with my staff, but go ahead,” during a press conference following the summit.
Why does Biden care what his staff wants him to do? He is the president and they work for him. This is yet more proof that Biden isn’t running his own administration.
Biden then confused Syria with Libya…three times.
The problem is the two countries are 1,400 miles from each other.
Biden said, “For example, in Libya, we should be opening up the passage to be able to go through and provide food assistance and economic assistance — I mean, vital assistance to a population that’s in real trouble. … The rebuilding of Syria, of Libya, you know, this is, they’re there. … I’m hopeful that we can find an accommodation where we can save the lives of people in, for example, in Libya.”
No, Joe, wrong country.
But wait, there is more!
Biden was asked by a reporter whether he stood by past comments in which he referred to Russian President Vladimir Putin as a “killer.”
At that moment someone should have been checking his pulse, because it appeared that the President had a stroke on live TV.
Then Biden came out of his coma to say, “The answer is, I believe he has in the past essentially acknowledged that he was — there are certain things that he would do or did do. But look, when I was asked that question on air, I answered it honestly, but it’s not much of a — I don’t think it matters a whole lot in terms of this next meeting we’re about to have.”
Wow, what a brilliant answer.
But, hey gang, this guy is the most popular president in history…
And as of this writing, President Biden’s European excursion is still going on, it isn’t over yet, so this might not be the last Biden’s Blunders of the week.
So, check back throughout the week for a possible bonus edition of Biden’s Blunders, where we’ll have even more fun at the expense of our nation’s 46th President, Joseph R. Biden.