Biden’s Latest Gaffe Was So Bad The White House Had To Doctor The Transcript

(Republican Party News) – President Joe Biden has a very lengthy list of senior moments, the vast majority accrued over the course of his three-and-a-half years as commander-in-chief. These incidents have raised valid concerns over the status of his cognitive ability and whether or not he’s truly fit to be sitting behind the Oval Office desk. I’d say the answer is a big no, but hey, what do I know, right?

While a few of these “senior moments” have been pretty bad, Biden’s latest has taken things to a whole new level, causing the White House to have to go back and edit the transcript several times. I’m not sure how much more evidence one needs to see to believe that it’s time for the 25th Amendment to be invoked, but I’d think at this point it’s a no-brainer.

Yes, I know that would mean Vice President Kamala Harris would take over the presidency. While she’s definitely not the most intelligent person on the planet — pretty much sitting on the opposite end of the spectrum — she’s at least not suffering from dementia. Sad to say, but that alone makes her a significantly better person to occupy the office than Biden.

C. Douglas Golden wrote in a report for The Western Journal that on Monday, a transcript of the president speaking required a total of no less than eight different corrections, featured strikethroughs and brackets. The gaffes came during a campaign speech delivered on Sunday before the Detroit branch of the NAACP.

“I don’t feel tired, I feel inspired!” Biden proclaimed in an attempt to convince the crowd he wasn’t an elderly, senile old man. Just moments later the president’s get-up-and-go, got-up-and-went, along with any semblance of coherence.

Barely a minute later the president remarked, “And when I was vice president, things were kind of bad during the pandemic, and what happened was Barack said to me, ‘Go to Detroit and help fix it.’ Well, poor mayor, he spent more time with me than he ever thought he was going to have to.”

“Biden, as you may recall, was the vice president from January 2009 to January 2017; the coronavirus pandemic struck the U.S. in 2020,” Golden says in the article.

“And when I was vice president, things were kind of bad during the pandemic [recession],” the White House transcript read.

This was just the beginning. Things got much worse.

He made a comment concerning the organization awarding him with the lifetime achievement award, saying, “Folks, I’m humbled to receive this organization [award], which defines the character and consequence of what we do. I’m always grateful to Derrick Johnson, the leadership for the NAACP.”

At 2:40 into the speech another big goof popped up as the president stated, “Look, folks, I just came from Atlanta, where I delivered a commencement at Morehouse College. (Applause.) It was truly inspiresing [inspiring]: over 400 young Black men who will do extraordinary things.”

There was a three minute break before, at the 5 and a half minute mark, he bumbled, “On my watch, more Black Americans have health insurance than ever in all of history. I protected and expanded the Affordable Care Act, saving millions of families $800,000 in prem- — $8,000 [$800] in — a year in premiums.”

Even more embarrassingly, Biden then seemed to suggest that his administration was going to go hot and heavy after those who are responsible for low rents, remarking, “We’re increasing access to capital to start business and loans to buy homes. We’re cracking down on corporate landlords who [to] keep rents down. Our policies are resulting in historic lows of Black unemployment. Black small businesses are starting up at the fastest rate they have in 30 years. We’re opening the doors to generational wealth. In fact, the racial wealth gap is its lowest level in 20 years.”


The next painful “oof” moment comes almost eleven minutes into the speech when he says, “[Donald Trump] brags about getting Roe v. Wade overturned. He not only denies reproductive freedom but worsens the mortality rate for black moms, who have [are] nearly three times more likely to die from pregnancy complications than a white woman.”

Golden goes on to write in the article, “That was just ungrammatical, however. At least all of them were words. The next strikethrough, also in regards Trump, came at 13:10: ‘Just listen to him. He calls the irrectionists [insurrectionists] who stormed Capitol Hill ‘patriots.’ He says, if reelected, he wants, quote, ‘every’ one of them pardoned.'”

Biden then repeats the ridiculous “bloodbath” false narrative while also somehow getting the word wrong: “But that’s not Donald Trump. Donald Trump has said, if he loses again in November, there will be, quote, ‘bloodshed’ [‘bloodbath’]. What in God’s name are we talking about here? This is the United States of America.”

I know what you’re thinking. Please, dear God, let it end soon. Please.

Lucky for you, we only have one more goof up to talk about.

“Earlier this month, I posthumously awarded [slain civil rights leader] Medgar Evers the Presidential Medal of Freedom, our nation’s highest civilian honor. (Applause.) His spirit endures. The NAAC [NAACP] spirit endures,” Biden concluded.

Clearly, this man has issues that need to be addressed, mentally speaking. He’s not fit for duty. Come on. Biden can’t even deliver a short address to a small gathering. And yet, at this very moment, he’s leader of the most important nation in the world, the bastion of liberty.

Heaven help us if he gets a second term.

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