Saturday, December 31, 2022

WATCH: Joe Biden’s Senior Moments of The Year 2022 -AND- Year in Review: Biden's Top 10 Blunders of 2022

WATCH: Joe Biden’s Senior Moments of the Year 2022
'End of quote. Repeat the line.'
Dear readers,
Thank you for tuning in each week to watch our video compilations of President Joe Biden's most troubling senior moments. When we started this series in July, we honestly weren't sure if there would be enough content to keep it going on a weekly basis. We needn't have worried so much, as Biden has consistently engaged in behavior that would in any other context oblige his family members to check him into an assisted living facility for incompetent seniors.
This week's installment is a curated selection of our favorite Biden senior moments from 2022. The time he read "end of quote" and "repeat the line" off the teleprompter. The time he talked about visiting "54 states" and the "District of Combia." Some of our favorite Bidenisms, including "bonsda cacampls," "cumdefiresducfrsh," and "May God prect our troops." And who could forget the president tried to converse with a dead congresswoman?
We hope you enjoy this stroll down memory lane. That's all for now.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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Year in Review: Biden's top 10 blunders of 2022
Not since the verbal miscues of George W. Bush 20 years ago has America had as blunder-prone a president as Joe Biden.
The 46th president's record of slip-ups dates back for decades, and he even called himself a "gaffe machine" long before taking office. As such, 2022 was no exception to the rule, with Biden issuing verbal slip-ups on a near-weekly basis.
Though there are too many to recount on such a short list, the Washington Examiner dug through and found what we felt were the top 10 Biden blunders of the year. In no particular order, they are as follows.
"Repeat the line"
The president endured a major teleprompter fail in July when he accidentally read instructions rather than doing what those instructions told him to do.
"End of quote. Repeat the line," he said at a White House event.
Though a White House staffer claimed Biden was saying, "Let me repeat that line," the damage was done, and another slip-up entered the history books.
"I... have cancer"
During the same month, the president raised eyebrows by appearing to say he had cancer during a speech in Massachusetts.
The president was speaking in Massachusetts to announce $2.3 billion in new funding to combat climate change when he detailed a story from his childhood about air pollution.
"That's why I and so damn many other people I grew up [with] have cancer," Biden said. "For the longest time, Delaware had the highest cancer rate in the nation, but that's the past."
Biden's latest presidential bill of health noted that prior to entering office, he had a number of cancerous lesions removed. He was also diagnosed with asthma as a child, which kept him from serving in Vietnam. But he does not have cancer today.
During the same speech, Biden referred to a male Massachusetts lawmaker as "she" and said Glasgow was in England rather than Scotland. --->LOTS MORE HERE
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