US President Gets Lost On Stage & Talks Gibberish…Yet Again

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President Joe Biden

Yet again, Joe Biden has been filmed getting lost on a stage and speaking complete gibberish.

This is the US President, leader of the free world….or so we’re supposed to believe

Summit News reports: Biden was in Pittsburgh jabbering about the $25.3million reconstruction of the Fern Hollow Bridge which collapsed in January.

“By Christmas, God willing, I’m coming to walk over this sucker,” Biden told the crowd, referring to the fact that the rebuilding of the bridge still isn’t completed.

For some reason Biden’s team thinks this is something to be lauded as a great achievement.

He gibbered about his infrastructure bill, the cost of which he can’t recall, so he just blurted out several numbers, hoping one would be correct:

Answers on a postcard as to what the hell he’s on about here:

At one point he claimed his grandfather was “an all American football player”:

He told Democratic candidate John Fetterman’s wife that she was going to be great in the Senate, which many pointed out was probably because she is basically the candidate in the wake of Fetterman’s own decline following a stroke.

A reporter asked Biden if other Democrats are making a mistake by saying they don’t want Biden to campaign for them, to which he replied with unintelligible nonsense.

“No. They’re by 16 there. I’ve already gone in for yet, and a lot more grass. Another 20 or so. I’m gonna be going,” Biden appeared to say.

9 Comments

    • Here’s some news for you I was best man for a American immigrant whose surname I won’t repeat here but it was his dad’s job to tell the President when to press the red button. It s someone else now, but its still someone else’s job.

  1. Brain damaged from nuclear testing sites. Its very common amongst Americans of all ages. But you know they’re all the same so they think they’re normal. Australians have all of my life called them septic tanks rather than yanks.

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