The Biden gaffe-machine is revved up and on the trail. There are some new video clips out that pound home just how increasingly senile Biden is becoming. The debate this week should be massively interesting if not entertaining. In viral clips on social media, Biden compared President Trump to a notorious figure in the Nazi Party, struggled significantly to make multiple points during an interview, and remarked that he was elected to the U.S. Senate “180 years ago.” The last point feels factual… really.
The gaffes occurred on MSNBC Saturday with host Stephanie Ruhle. “Well, uh, I’m not sure anybody that hadn’t already made up their mind they’re for Trump [inaudible], but who knows,” Biden told Ruhle. “But that’s, you know, he’s sort of like Goebbels, you say the lie long enough, keep repeating, repeating, repeating, it becomes common knowledge.” This guy doesn’t even know who Goebbels really was… it’s now just a leftist slur that ironically applies much more to those on the left.
UNHINGED: Joe Biden compares President Trump to Joseph Goebbels pic.twitter.com/GRYqN8UkTb
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) September 26, 2020
Not only was Biden his usual gaffetastic self… he also seemed to not be able to remember what he was talking about. He had to get prompts from Ruhle to continue. Pathetic.
“For example, the Paycheck Protection Act, you know, one percent of the money’s gone out,” Biden stated (wrong by the way and extremely incoherent). “One percent. One percent of the, uh, the—that’s not the Paycheck, the, the, the, um, uh, the, uh, the bill for small, for major, for small businesses—”
“Mainstream lending,” Ruhle interjected.
“Mainstream lending, one percent’s gone out,” Biden continued.
This guy couldn’t find his way out of a box much less lead America.
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 26, 2020
Let’s see… Biden couldn’t seem to figure out where he was, what he was talking about, or… wait for it… who he was talking about or to. At one point, he said the name “John” without any clear reference, before changing directions. Biden said, “One thing I gotta, we gotta communicate, John, Joh—, look, the whole notion of what’s going on here is we cannot let, have an excuse for him to avoid what needs to be done.”
John? Joe Biden is doing an interview with Stephanie Ruhle pic.twitter.com/oR0xc2Qy9d
— Tommy Pigott (@TCPigott) September 26, 2020
This is just embarrassing and actually abusive to Biden. He should be home being taken care of rather than making a fool of himself on the national stage like this.
Biden began by praising mayors for taking care of Americans’ practical day-to-day needs, and for being on the front lines during fires, floods, health emergencies, and school shootings. “That’s why I’ve made it a priority my entire career to work closely with you,” he said with a smile, “from the time I got to the Senate 180 years ago,” he added, giving a short chuckle.
“You know?” he added. “As well as my tenure as vice president.”
Biden served as a Democratic senator from Delaware from 1973 to 2009. The line prompted the Trump War Room to suggest that Biden had “misread the teleprompter.” I doubt he misread it. Biden came into the Senate 37 years ago. There’s no way to misread that. I might add he looks pretty good for being 220-years-old by the way.
WATCH: Joe Biden misreads the teleprompter: "I got to the Senate 180 years ago" pic.twitter.com/tPtHHtNlcq
— Trump War Room – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) September 26, 2020
And yet, as big of a dumpster fire as that interview was, the leftist media totally ignored it and waxed poetic over Biden and his incoherency. Go figure. And the Biden devolvement continues before America’s eyes.