Video: Joe Biden’s Upper Wears Off In PA, Leading To Perhaps His Most Senile Speech Yet

Joe Biden’s handlers decided to send him out on the road for a rally on Friday following his disastrous State of the Union Address Thursday night.

Somehow, things managed to get much worse on Friday. After an ill-advised impromptu presser on the tarmac of Joint Base Andrews, the president traveled to Pennsylvania for a campaign rally. Let’s just say the upper wore off, leading to perhaps his most senile speech yet.

Joe Biden asked the audience to send him to Congress.

Joe Biden: “Pennsylvania, I have a message for you: Send me to Congress.”

Joe Biden was never a US Representative and left the Senate in January 2009.

Biden then told the crowd that our freedoms came under attack on July the 6th? Huh?

Next up is the president’s patented “lean in and whisper” technique, coupled with yet another bout of brain breakage.

This is a variant of the anecdote Biden has told a few times in the recent past. As he tells it, world leaders are so terrified of Trump that they are telling the current president that he has to win the election. Once again, though, Biden manages to screw things up, stating that they are saying “you can’t win again.”

Perhaps that was a Freudian slip?
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1 month ago

They meant you. Joe. Not Trump.