Joe Biden had a very bad day on Tuesday. The Democrats have been throwing him out there a lot more, not seeming to care about exposing his cognitive issues much anymore as those issues have been getting worse. It’s not helping them in the run-up to the election. Now there are so many things that he says wrong in any one event that when he does multiple events — as he did on Tuesday — it’s a challenge to keep track of them all.
We covered Biden’s event in Florida with Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) which was just a mess, in which he said that his son had died in Iraq, then said he died of cancer and Wasserman Schultz had to beg people to clap for Biden. He also forgot what FEMA stands for, forgot the name of the Hurricane he just went to Florida for last month, and he made up an imaginary conversation with the “inventor of insulin.”
But Biden also did an event for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist. That didn’t go well either. By the time they got to that event, it looked like he could barely string words together. It truly looked like elder abuse. I’m not sure what he’s saying here, but he doesn’t seem to know what century, let alone what year he’s in.
Biden was also completely incoherent here.
He also admitted that we’d gone through “hell” in the last six months. That was under him, but he didn’t seem to understand that.
But he also told one heck of a lie during a private event for Crist, topping Rep. Tim Ryan’s lie about a police officer being killed on Jan. 6. Biden claimed two were killed and that “thousands broke down the doors.”
It’s really on the ballot. How can you say you are not supporting autocracy and your (inaudible) democracy when you call the people who storm the Capitol and kill — end up two cops dying, so many people hurt by the thousands broke down the doors of the House and the Senate — how can you say, when you refer to them as “patriots,” that you are a democrat with a small “d”?
No police officers were killed on that day and there were not “thousands” of people. But this is why people don’t know the truth because people like Joe Biden and Tim Ryan keep lying about it.
Biden lied and said none of the Republicans had condemned the attack on Paul Pelosi when a number have done so, including President Donald Trump and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).
Biden also set an ominous tone about having to “deal” with election deniers and ends with an unintelligible sentence.
Well, what happens is, if we don’t move on, deal with the state and local officials — you know, there are 350 deniers, Charlie. Three hundred and fifty people on the ballot — on the Republican ballot, from everything from state house races to the secretary of state, to governors, to senators, et cetera. Three hundred and fifty. Why do we become?
We’ve already heard him pushing that election questioning must be stopped as he blamed that and Republicans for the attack on Paul Pelosi. He reportedly is going to demonize those “350 deniers” in a speech on Wednesday night. Is he really doing that while at the same time trying to decry rhetoric in regard to Paul Pelosi? This is more dangerous stuff from Biden.
If he wants to stop election questioning/denial, maybe he should start with himself and all the folks on the left.
At this point, he should resign. He just isn’t capable of keeping up. They’re likely to start trying to pull him after the election. But all this is on them. They put us in this situation. We should not forget this going in to vote and we should not forget this afterward when they try to pretend they’re just discovering the problem with him. This is one of the main reasons we should vote them all out — because they cared more about holding on to their power than what was best for the country.