Joe Biden was dusted off and hauled out of the basement and plopped on the campaign trail in Pennsylvania, where he was stumping for sickly lug John Fetterman and some crooked clown running for governor. All Joe had to do was say their names correctly and call out what they were running for.
He wasn’t able to do even that!
Dementia Joe got confused again.
“Please, please, elect the attorney general to the senate,” Biden said with his mouth agape before realizing he messed up. “Elect that big old boy to be governor!”
We all know that Bidden is not feeling fine when he’s on stage and the teleprompter is far away.
But the look on his face while he is making the blunder is even scarier:
In fairness Fetterman probably doesn’t know what office he is running for either these days.
Here’s Fetterman in his first appearance after having a stroke in May:
John Fetterman is not okay. pic.twitter.com/3xiQwiBaT3
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) August 15, 2022
The AG is running for governor and the “big guy” (the obese man who just had a stroke) is running for the Senate.
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