Will Joe Biden even last his full term?

It’s time for Weekend at Biden’s, the mid-week edition, because the incoherent babbling is coming at us faster and faster.

It’s time for Weekend at Biden’s, the mid-week edition, because the incoherent babbling is coming at us faster and faster.

As Dementia Joe explained recently, “You know, as the first lady, I’m Joe Biden’s husband.”

He said that. Since our last check-in, he also mentioned his experience in the food industry – “My deceased wife’s father-in-law was a restauranteur.”

Did you catch that? His “deceased wife’s father-in-law” would be… his father. It was just another day at the long-term care facility at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

All dialogue guaranteed verbatim.

“And the question is whether or not we should be in a position where you uh um are why can’t the the the experts say we know that this virus is in fact uh um uh is is is gonna be an excuse we we we know why all the drugs approved are not temporarily approved but permanently approved.”

The above was at the CNN “Town Hall” prime-time slobberfest last week. Fewer than 2 million Americans even bothered to watch it, which was good news for the Biden regime. The fewer voters know about Biden’s mental condition, the longer they can prop him up.

He recently touted the record turnout in the 2020 election:

“All told more than 150 Americans of every age, of every race, of every background exercised their right to vote.”

Wow, 150 Americans! But then, Joe 2021 always has a problem with numbers.

“For example you have over 600,000 people out there signing, 6 million people signing uh I better check those numbers uh uh uh….”

Last weekend Dementia Joe campaigned for the Democrat candidate for governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe.

He forgot the name of the college where “Dr.” Jill works. He confused the states of Arkansas and Alabama. He misread a reference to Virginia’s “economy” as “comedy,” then said McAuliffe had created “200 million” new jobs before correcting it to 200,000.

“He’s been there before,” Dementia Joe said of McAuliffe. “He knows what to do. He knows how to get things gun.”

I assume he meant to say “done.” But Biden said “gun.”

He’s increasingly incapable of reading even simple words in his speeches. He calls local projects “land projects.” He pronounces talent “calent.” He called the world’s leading soft drink company “Coca Gola.” He talked about “big agliculture.”

Relocate became “relo-coke-cate.” A non-compete contract is rendered “non-complete.” Coalition is “cor-a-lition.” He reads economists as “economs.” Income is turned into “inform.”

The DEA becomes the “DE.” The CDC is renamed “the CD-Fee.” Robert Byrd’s beloved KKK is the “Klu Kluck Klan.”

He’s also now repeating, not just words, but phrases, over and over again. Not a joke, not a joke. Reduce inflation gets three repeats. He said “today” five times in a row.

He claimed that any effort to end the massive recent voter fraud has, as he put it, “never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever been tried before.”

Under Biden, inflation has become a major problem. Fortunately, Dementia Joe has as firm a grasp on economics as he does on everything else.

“You’re in a position where you’re trying to build a house. Try to find 2X4’s and lumber. Well guess what? People stopped working cutting lumber, they stopped doing it because they they the unemployment was so down now all of a sudden there’s this need because people are coming back and guess what instead of paying 10 cents you’re paying 20 cents.”

Twenty cents for a 2X4? I’ll take two!

This was how Biden introduced German Chancellor Angela Merkel: “And now the second largest longest serving chancellor since Helmut Kohl … She’s been there for four years, er, four presidents.”

Here, in no particular order, are some of Joe’s most recent Greatest Hits:

“And we also remember all those who lost this year that we lost and families lost to other causes.”

“As a result a pairing a pair of heat a pair of hearing aids can cost thousands.”

“And we know uh and now uh we knew that we needed to launch a wartime effort to get the uh America vaccinated.”

“I think it’s a fitting moment to take a look at our economy where we were six months ago what we’ve achieved since then and what I believe uh uh we’ve uh I I I believe where we’re headed.”

“Child care child care is cutting poverty in half by 40%.”

“We remain we retain personnel and capacities in the country and we maintain some authority excuse me the same authority.”

“Actually, crime is down. Gun violence and murder rates is up.”

“Companies must do all they do to do everything they do to compete for workers.”

“Or or or or a the neighbor or when you go to church or when you’re no I I I really mean it there are trusted interlocketeers.”

“Now just this year not just for the next but not just this year but for decades in the future it’s not temporary.”

“Everybody talks about how you know this virus came this this this uh the the drugs that are designed to kill the virus came along so quickly.”

“Republican-led state legislatures wants to allow partisan poll watchers to intimidate voters and imperil and impartial uh poll watchers.”

“And the chair of the FCC uh uh Leon uh excuse me uh Lena Kahn acting chair of the FTC.”

“More than 26 million children from the hardest-pressed working families didn’t get any full payment for the child credit for child care for child tax credit.”

That’s all for today. I’m thirsty. Waiter, could you bring me a Coca-Gola?

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