During an interview on Thursday with CNN host Jake Tapper, former Vice President and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden appeared to lose his train of thought while attempting to discredit his nickname “Slow Joe” which was given to him by President Donald Trump.
“Just look at us, okay?” Biden said to Tapper. “Just look at us. Who seems to be in shape? Who’s able to move around?”
“Who’s, I mean, this idea of, you know, ‘Slow Joe,’” Biden said with a laugh. He then began to lose his train of thought. “I, anyway, I, I shouldn’t laugh about it because, uh, anyway, Donald Trump, uh, just look at us both, watch us, and determine whether or not you think, uh, um, I’m misleading anyone, not you personally, but the public, you know, look at me, judge me based on—”
Back in August, Biden had another embarrassing moment as he tried to prove his mental fitness.
“Anyway, I am uh, I am very willing to let the American public judge my physical and mental fil- my physical as well as my mental fil- fitness,” Biden said during an interview as he struggled to say “fitness.”
Another brain fart for Biden came earlier this week when he appeared to forget that the abbreviation “MI” stands for Michigan. Biden seemed to think it meant military.
Check out what the Daily Wire reported:
Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden falsely claimed on Wednesday while speaking in Michigan that thousands of American soldiers had been killed by the coronavirus, which originated in China, despite the fact that real number is less than 10.
“Military COVID infected: 118,984,” Biden said while reading off of a note card. “Military COVID deaths: 6,114.”
As of today, a total of seven members of the U.S. Military have died from the coronavirus while the total number of infected is 40,026.
A look at photos that were available from the event shows the note card that Biden was reading, which stated: “MI COVID Infected: 118,984. MI COVID Deaths: 6,814.”
Biden—speaking in Michigan—apparently did not understand that “MI” was an abbreviation for the state that he was in, not an abbreviation for “Military.”
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