Joe Biden Gaffe Raises Additional Questions About Mental Fitness – America’s oldest-ever president has raised new questions about his mental fitness in the wake of a random outburst of “God Save the Queen, man” at the end of a speech at the National Safer Communities Summit in West Hartford, Conn.
The comment was random, considering that he spoke in front of a group supporting gun control.
President Joe Biden’s random remark sparked an uproar online.
“I have seen countless ― and I mean countless ―drunk people say something totally obscure like ‘God save the Queen’ and then jaunt around like a Joe Biden just did in an effort to play it off as if they were sober. He’s truly incapacitated,” tweeted political strategist Evan Berryhill.
Talk show host Chris Plante tweeted, “Joe Biden ended his speech by saying ‘God save the Queen’ for absolutely no reason. WOW! He is brain damaged beyond repair.”
Others speculated that Biden was experiencing a flashback to the 1970s.
“Everyone is puzzled about this. He sees himself as a Fenian so maybe it is a memory bubble from his younger years (‘hey man’) when the Sex Pistols caused a stir with their sarcastic anti-monarchy ditty ‘God Save the Queen’,” journalist Miranda Devine tweeted.
Biden’s Week of Gaffes
Joe Biden spent the week blurting out incomprehensible random statements that led observers to ask what was wrong with the president.
Days earlier, at an event sponsored by the League of Conservation voters, Biden talked about how his administration would soon have a unique public works program.
“We have plans to build a railroad from the Pacific all the way across the Indian Ocean. We have plans to build in Angola – One of the largest solar plants in the world. I could go on but I’m going off-script and I’m going to get in trouble,” Biden said.
In another speech, Biden managed to slaughter his 2020 campaign slogan “Build Back Better” as “Build Back Biden.”
Biden’s Greatest Hits
Biden’s comments frequently leave people questioning his mental connection to the real world.
Last September, Biden had people scratching their heads when he asked where Rep. Jackie Walorski was even though the White House had sent condolences a month earlier after she was killed in a car crash.
“I want to thank all of you here, including bipartisan elected officials like Representative [Jim] McGovern, Senator [Mike] Braun, Senator [Cory] Booker, Representative Jackie — are you here? Where’s Jackie? — I think she was going to be here,” the president said.
When Biden was in Ireland in he made a few comments that had observers noting his anti-British sentiments. He also needed his son, Hunter, to keep him focused because he frequently seemed spaced out and confused.
During a stop at a pub in Dundalk, Ireland Biden, seeking to talk up his Irish nationalism, said: “’This was given to me by one of these guys, right here, was a hell of a rugby player. He beat the hell out of the Black and Tans.’”
The Black and Tans were a brutal component of the Royal Irish Constabulary during the Irish War of Independence a little over 100 years ago.
He was attempting to give tribute to his distant cousin Rob Kearney, who played for the Irish national rugby team when it beat the New Zealand All Blacks Rugby Team at Soldier Field in 2016.
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