In his most recent gaffe of the day, former Delaware Senator Joe Biden commented at an event marking the end of Ramadan that “There have not been many senators from Delaware. It’s a small state. Matter of fact, there’s never been one.”
This comes just days after Biden short circuited while attempting say the word “kleptocracy.”
It’ll be amusing to see how this particular gaffe is spun, as the so-called “fact checkers” have increasingly been acting as “excuse makers” for Biden. When Biden appeared to shake hands with the air after a speech in April before wandering around the stage, Politifact told us not to believe our own eyes, and informed us that Biden was actually just gesturing to the audience.
Ironically, while those sort of gaffes are apparently just figments of our imagination, Biden’s factual errors are actually just harmless gaffes. When Biden said in a speech not long after taking office that “we didn’t have [the COVID vaccine] when we came into office” (the first shot was administered before he took office), the Washington Post’s “fact checker” explained it away as a “verbal stumble.”
In this case we’ll probably be “informed” that Biden just meant to say that he was the first President from Delaware. It would at least be in character for the man that has mistakenly referred to VP Harris as “President” on at least four occasions.
Matt Palumbo is the author of The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros
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