On the occasion of America’s 245th birthday, will Dementia Joe Biden attempt another moving interpretation of the Declaration of Independence?
Who can forget his momentous speech last year before the Super Tuesday primaries (or, as President Biden called it, “Super Thursday”).
“We take these truths for granted,” Biden said. “All the men and women created by – you know, you know the thing …”
He keeps trying. In May, Biden went as far as “life, freedom” and then ended with “et cetera”. No mention of the following sentence: “pursuit of happiness”. Ask yourself why.
What would the Founding Fathers think on Independence Day if they could watch Dementia Joe incoherently babble one press conference after another?
King George III might not look so bad after all.
Over time, Biden seems more and more… not all there. It confuses the Libyan and Syrian nations – three times in 94 seconds. He describes his Secretary of State as his “Minister of Foreign Affairs”.
He confused, once again, the Tuskegee experience with the Tuskegee aviators. He believes Maine Senator Susan Collins is from New Hampshire.
He called Maxine Waters “Maxine Walters” and then urged the 82-year-old to run for the Senate. (Was he confusing “Walters” with Rep Val Demings, who runs in Florida, not California?)
Asked about Afghanistan on Friday, Biden said: “I think I met uh the Afghan government here at the White House in the oval…”
It was last week. And he barely remembers it? When reporters tried to ask him a follow-up question, he dismissed them.
“I wanna talk about happy things, man.”
He lies, over and over again, with aplomb. His great-grandfather was a coal miner. On January 6, “literally criminals… killed a policeman”. Where are the fact checkers now?
Former President George W. Bush spoke of “the soft bigotry of low expectations” for minorities.
Recently, Dementia Joe informed us that grocery stores in black neighborhoods often do not sell “fresh vegetables”. He said Hispanic women do not receive COVID-19 vaccines because “they fear being vaccinated and deported.”
Imagine if former President Donald Trump said that. Imagine if Orange Man Bad said a tenth of what Dementia Joe got away with.
Biden can’t even read from the teleprompter or his prepared notes. He called the cartels “casings”.
He called the participants “rushing”. The applications become “apts”. Families are “famines”.
Here is a compilation of some of his recent mistakes with a prepared copy. All dialogues textually guaranteed:
“To support developing companies in countries … By harassing all the potential of uh those who harass … We rallied our fellow Democrats to make concerted commitments, concerted commitments … this singles agreement, signals to the world … You know uh I uh I think I thank everyone… We are moving forward on a major majority basis… the so called reconciliation progress process… I would like to take uh thank you Gayle… ”
The gay pride event at the White House was typical. Dementia Joe tried to introduce his gay transportation secretary, but couldn’t remember Pete Buttigieg’s name.
Next, Biden mentioned HHS Assistant Secretary Rachel Levine – “the first openly transgender person confirmed in the US Senate.”
Not by the Senate, but “in” the Senate. And yes, he said “transgender”.
Next Dementia Joe spoke about the community being celebrated.
He first described it as the “LBTTLGBTQ plus community”.
Then he called it the “LBLGBTQ-plus community”.
Then it was the “LGBT Special Q plus” community.
Then it was “LGBT community plus community plus”.
Here are some of Joe’s latest Greatest Hits:
“Please visit wecandothis dot hhs dot governor gov excuse me. “
“This year, you know, 21 large unconfined fires were burning. This year, there are 36 that are not confined and are burning.
“The National Ocean The National Oceanographic Ocean Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA.”
“It is now the most common variant in America and here.”
“A judgment is coming out that you might be able to communicate the vaccine on uh uh uh uh new variant to your pet, so I’m saying that’s not totally facetious…”
“And so what I have because uh let me be clear.”
“Improve the electricity grid to be even more energy efficient and resilient and to extreme weather conditions to be able to cope with extreme weather conditions and the climate crisis.” “
“This year we’re going to offer a retention incentive that will ensure federal wet uh uh uh uh firefighters earn at least $ 15 an hour.”
“They come with the combustion engine. It was necessary to be able to put gasoline in the engine of the car the tank. Well guess what you had to build gas stations.
“The Clean Energy Tax cuts clean energy and tax cuts for American families and more. “
“This work, this work, the work that is going to be created here.”
“Five every 50 years, 50% of our bridges are over 50 years old.”
“Our takeover has created an average of $ 600,000 – six dollars, I wish they would probably wish those 600,000 jobs to be paid $ 600,000 a year.”
“Well, afternoon is approaching here. The sun is coming out.”
“Power outages have cost the US economy so far, you know we know that, but you add up it doesn’t sound like a big deal.”
“It’s already a lot, it’s already clear, we are on the right track, we are on the right track.”
Are we on the right track? Do you think the Founding Fathers would agree on this July 4th? I think they might instead say:
“May God save the king!”
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