Say what? Biden the babbler-in-chief
If you listen to enough of Dementia Joe Biden’s incoherent babbling, you invariably begin to ask yourself one question: What if Donald Trump had ever said any of this stuff?
If you listen to enough of Dementia Joe Biden’s incoherent babbling, you invariably begin to ask yourself one question:
What if Donald Trump had ever said any of this stuff?
Let’s go straight to the audio. All dialogue guaranteed verbatim.
First sound, from last Friday, at a military base. Joe is on stage with a service family, and he turns his leering attention to a young girl who appears to be of elementary-school age:
“Margaret Katherine, I uh love those barrettes in your hair, man. I tell you what, I look at her, she looks like she’s 19 years old, sittin’ there with her, like a little lady with her legs crossed.”
Yikes. Even if he were thinking that, why would Biden blurt it out publicly?
He’s been all over the country these past two weeks, garrulously yapping like Grandpa Simpson. In Ohio, he was talking about, I think, corporate profits. Yet again, Biden was unable to calculate percentages, which is just basic arithmetic:
“Now, so you got over 50% goin’ to stock buybacks and the other pecent, I think it’s 42% ah g-g let me see, 56 it’s 40 uhhhh no it’s 38% goes to um dividends.”
More Joe Biden fun with numbers starting with his quote of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s supposed prediction:
“He firmly believes that China before the year 3035 is gonna own America because autocracies can make quick decisions.” (Does a thousand years seem “quick” to you?)
“Just a little over a year ago, March 10 220 and 2020….”
“Twenty-five thousand Chinese troops in the area, outnumbering US and Korean troops 2 to 3, excuse me 3 to 2.”
“In the 10-year period between 14 and 24, excuse me between uh 10 and 20, 2010 and 2020.”
“When I was sworn in there were 10 million fewer jobs in America and lot here in Ohio.”
Biden was in the Senate forever, so he must know all the world leaders, right? At the White House, he first mentioned “the prime minister of Korea,” and then introduced him: “We’re joined today as I said by President Moon of Korea.”
President Moon shouldn’t take it personally though. Just ask the Israeli leader nicknamed Bibi.
“Folks, I’ve just spoken with Prime Minister Netanyahu….”
Followed moments later by, “My conversation with President Netanyahu, I commended him….”
He also visited FEMA headquarters and struggled to read from his prepared notes:
“Duh there’s you know there to be you know beginning this effort ta for 2021 is uh I think we’ve learned a few lessons from last year as well. There’s help as so we we there, you know, being there to help uh clear roads, rebuilt uh main streets uh and so that families can get back to their lives – that’s what FEMA does every single day.”
Can we quote you on that, Mr. President?
As we all know, Biden believes in the free market – “campetition,” as he calls it. He is also a student of history. Last week he mentioned D-Day, specifically, “the beaches of Normanty.”
He quoted the Declaration of Independence: “’Endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights life liberty et cetera.”
Biden blamed low vaccination rates among blacks events in the 20th century “like what happened uh the you know the Tuskegee Airmen and all those tests.”
It seems he confused the Tuskegee experiments (not treating blacks for syphilis starting in the 1930s) with the proud Tuskegee Airmen of World War II.
Biden’s a Renaissance man, you know. He has a classical education, and that includes being able to recite poetry.
“I told you earlier that expression by the poet. They also stand who only they also serve who only stand and wait.”
Another perennial Biden problem: acronyms. He mentioned DARPA “which is Defense Applied Application Research.”
Actually, that would seem to be DAAR. What DARPA stands for is Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Here are a few more Bidenisms from the past two weeks:
“You know America’s been forged in the basel in the fires of war.”
“If he were here, he’d be here as well.”
“And the Eighth Army unloaded artillery while phosphorous on the Rangers’ former and phos- phosphorous phosphorous on the Rangers’ former position….”
“That approach recognizes that we do all do better.”
“That’s why I proposed the American Jobs Plan and the Americans Family Pan.”
“The struggle for posterity prosperity and progress.”
“And those who were left were exhausted outnumbered and dangerly and dangerously short of ammunition.”
In Ohio, Joe droned on about recent advances in medicine, and how certain diseases are “on the cusp” of being, if not cured, at least managed more successfully. One disease in particular Biden singled out:
“You know, if we don’t do something about Alzheimer’s in America, every single, solitary hospital bed that exists in America, as the nurses can tell you, every single one, will be occupied in the next 15 years with an Alzheimer’s patient, every one, costing us in excess of a trillion dollars.”
Not heart disease, or cancer or diabetes. No victims of violence or drug overdoses, just … Alzheimer’s. Why does this one affliction concern Biden above all others?
What if President Trump were saying any of this?