Joe Biden appeared to have another dementia-induced outburst while presenting an economic speech at a Town Hall meeting in Virginia on Thursday.
“Talk about being deprived of your pride!,” Biden shouted, clenching his teeth and shaking his fist. “LOOK AT YOUR CHILD. CHILD! You know needs it! And you can’t afford it!”, Biden exclaimed, making zero sense whatsoever.
Take a look at this awkward moment:
BIDEN: "TALK ABOUT BEING DEPRIVED OF YOUR PRIDE! LOOK AT YOUR CHILD! YOUR CHILD!" pic.twitter.com/8jb0G99r2W— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) January 26, 2023
Joe wasn’t the only one who scratched his head during the speech. He also claimed erroneously that we are not in a recession and that the economy is doing wonderfully.
BIDEN: "They've been telling me since I got elected their gonna be in a recession. EVERY time we've gone, we've gotten better." pic.twitter.com/aUf2ok3Yy1— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) January 26, 2023
At another point in his speech, Biden informed the audience that he will veto any law sent to him by Republicans. “Not on my watch; I will veto everything they send us,” he declared.
Later, he proceeded on another weird outburst in which he repeated himself multiple times.
“We’re the United States of America. And nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing is beyond our capacity… We’ve never failed to accomplish a goal we’ve set. Never. Never Never!”.
BIDEN: "We're the United States of America. And nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing is beyond our capacity…We've never failed to accomplish a goal we've set. Never. Never Never!" pic.twitter.com/15WDrKism5— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) January 26, 2023
The Democratic narrative has altered in recent days to blame the GOP for whatever economic challenges our country may face (even though Joe Biden is the literal President).
Karine Jean-Pierre, Biden’s press secretary, erroneously stated on Monday that Republicans were “forcing Americans” to pay more at the pump:
BREAKING: Karine Jean-Pierre falsely claims Republicans are “forcing” Americans to pay higher gas prices pic.twitter.com/AA2dM68PeT— Clayton Keirns (@CKeirns) January 23, 2023
Will this message be remembered? I suppose we’ll find out in future economic polls.