I mean wtf joe .........r u losing your shit....... or what..........i think joe was thinking he was still at #studio 54.......... doing coke....... and a bartender......where the fuck did he pull that number from .....his ass .....you should be ashamed for voting for this doddering douche .....i mean donald was crazy .........but not fucking useless........all the ant donald supporters raged on him ...but this is fucking epic folks .....beyond stupid .....i think he was having flashbacks from the seventies .......you know some of these bastards never left that club it was that good ..........
unsure about that, Joe? President Biden, 79, claims US has FIFTY-FOUR states as concerns continue to mount about his cognitive abilities
- President Joe Biden again found himself blundering on the big stage when he claimed he'd been to 54 states on Friday
- Biden was attending a rally for embattled Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman, who also recently made several verbal gaffes during a debate
- The president said he 'went to 54 states' to stop pharmaceutical companies from driving drug prices while lamenting Big Pharma
- Fetterman has seen his razor-thin lead shrink since his debate, and his health after a stroke has been put into question
Biden, 79, remarked on how his administration has improved healthcare in the country and mistakenly said 'we went to 54 states' to stop pharmaceutical companies from driving drug prices.
'And, by the way, if they do, that means — not a joke, everybody; that’s why we defeated it in 2018 when they tried to do it. We went to 54 states,' Biden said. 'The reason is people didn’t realize that the only reason anybody who has a pre-existing condition can get healthcare is because of that Affordable Care Act.'
'So I may not say everything perfectly sometimes, but I'll always do the right thing if you send me to Washington, D.C.' Fetterman said.
Biden has made a series of worrying gaffes throughout his time as president, most recently zoning out completely when asked by reporters if his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, wants him to run for president again.
'I have not made that formal decision but it's my intention . . . my intention to run again. And we have time to make that decision', the president began.
'Dr. Biden is for it?' the MSNBC interviewer asks, only to be met with silence.
'Mr. President?' the reporter prods, to virtually no reaction from Biden.
'Dr. Biden thinks that uh, my wife thinks that uh, that I uh, that, that we're, that we're doing something very important,' Biden finally states, while managing to avoid directly answering the question.
He also embarrassingly mispronounced new UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's name when speaking about him at a Diwali event, calling him 'Rashee Sanook.'
Sunak, a 42-year-old multimillionaire former hedge fund boss, will become the country's youngest leader in modern times and its third in less than two months as his Conservative Party endures a period of considerable turmoil.
Fetterman's debate performance shocked some viewers and voters alike, and sowed concerns among party leaders.
Chris Cuomo said he 'struggled' and Barack Obama's former senior adviser said Fetterman 'did not help' his cause.
'Hi, goodnight everyone,' Fetterman said as he began the night's highly anticipated match-up.
In advance of the debate Fetterman's campaign had tempered expectations, saying there would be 'awkward pauses' and 'delays and errors,' because the Democrat would be reading closed captioning due to his auditory processing issue.
At one point Fetterman was asked to clarify his position on fracking, as moderators pointed to a 2018 interview where the lieutenant governor expressed broad opposition to the practice, but not a ban.
'I do support fracking - I don't, I don't - I support fracking, and I do support fracking,' he answered.
Charlie Dent, a former Republican congressman for Pennsylvania, said he was 'astounded' and 'stunned' by Fetterman's poor performance, while Alyssa Farah Griffin, Donald Trump's former communications director, said she found it 'painful to watch'.