Fox News’ Peter Doocy asked President Joe Biden this morning why he was going to Arizona but wouldn’t visit the border. “Because there’s more important things going on!” Biden replied. The more important thing was investing billions of dollars in a new enterprise. What new enterprise? Building chips. What kind of chips? You know the thing.
So, what was the “more important thing” than doing what should have been his first priority–the defense of the United States?
Visiting a Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (TSMC) plant, where Biden claims they are “investing billions of dollars in a new enterprise.”
Another Taiwanese chip plant that only employs Taiwanese…. Except for the janitorial positions.
At one point Joe Biden struggled to read his teleprompter.
Biden’s cognitive decline is rapidly accelerating.
“It will construct a second fab here in Phoenix to build chips, three nano chips, three nano chip, chips that are three nano. Anyway, you know what I’m saying. Nano Nono, I don’t know,” Biden said with one eye open.
“TSMC has announced a second major investment,” Biden said. “They will construct a second fab here in Phoenix to build chips- three nano chips- three nano chip- chips that are three nano- any- you know what I’m saying,” Biden said giving up finishing the line correctly to laughter from his audience. “Nano, nono, I don’t know,” the president added.
Taiwan company is building a humungous microprocessor plant in North Phoenix at I-17 and 303. Will be operational in a year or two with a large chunk of real estate for future expansion.
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