If it’s a day that ends with Y, Joe Biden is bound to be gaffing. Now, a supercut of his latest gaffes is going viral.
The video, posted by the Washington Examiner on Sunday, only included recent moments, and yet was over three minutes long.
There was, for instance, Biden’s assertion that gas prices are “gonna go up” and that he “can’t do much right now. Russia’s responsible.”
From the aggravating to the weird, there was Biden’s talk during a speech hailing the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act.
“I bet everybody knows somebody somewhere along the line – that in an intimate relationship, what happened was the guy takes a revealing picture of his naked friend, or whatever,” Biden said.
Then there was the confusion when he was speaking at an event to celebrate women’s history month.
“There’s been a little change in the arrangement of who’s on the stage because of the first lady’s husband contracting COVID,” Biden said, without realizing he was the first lady’s husband.
“That’s right. She’s fine,” Biden said after someone off camera reminded him of what he was saying.
“It’s me that’s not together. The second lady– the first gentleman,” he added, referencing that it was Vice President Kamala Harris’ husband, Doug Emhoff, that tested positive for COVID. “How about that?”
Then there was his State of the Union speech.
“We are cutting off Russia’s largest banks from the international financial system, preventing Russia’s central bank from defending the Rush-um roomle — ruble,” Biden said during one portion of the speech.
“We spent months building coalitions of other freeny-loving nations in Europe and the Americas — from America to the Asian and African continents,” he said during another noteworthy part of the affair.
Then he noted that “the costs, the threats to America, and America to the world, keeps rising.” Whatever that meant.
Did he actually know what the words on the teleprompter meant? That’s sadly going to be the question whenever Joe Biden speaks — a disgraceful state of affairs, given he’s our president.