President Joe “Multiple Gaffes” Biden fired out a new volley of “senior moment” blunders – including a claim that his son Beau died in the Iraq War.
This happened in a brand-new embarrassing speech as Biden was trying to campaign in favor of the Democrat Party in Florida, ahead of next week’s midterm elections.
Upgrading His Best Friend Congresswoman
Empty Shelves Joe’s latest gaffe charge came on Tuesday while he was campaigning in greater Miami.
He did so alongside Democrat Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, with exactly a week left before the 2022 midterm elections, The Daily Mail reported.
Schultz is running for reelection to the US House of Representatives in Florida’s 23rd congressional district; yet, in just one of his multiple gaffes, Biden “promoted” her to a US senator.
The Democrat president touted the Florida congresswoman as his greatest friend inside the “United States Senate” at present, as well as his greatest friend in the Senate back during his eight years as the US vice president from 2009-2017.
“So Debbie, thank you, kiddo,” Sleepy Joe declared after upgrading Schulz.
In his speech today, Biden:
– Said Debbie Wasserman Schultz worked in the senate
– Forgot what FEMA stands for
– Forgot the name of Hurricane Ian
– Said "the war in Iraq" is to blame for inflation
– Claimed he met the man who discovered insulin
– Busted out the southern accent pic.twitter.com/gvq4uPj8Bp
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 1, 2022
So Joe Biden said a lot of stupid things in Miami
— Brendon Leslie (@BrendonLeslie) November 2, 2022
Biden: "Inflation is a worldwide problem right now because of a war in Iraq… Excuse me the war in Ukraine. I'm thinking of Iraq because that's where my son died." pic.twitter.com/rdAuk5jOiN
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) November 1, 2022
Lost a Son in Iraq, Low Inflation, Spoke to ‘Inventor of Insulin’ in 1929
Biden’s bizarre allegations during his speech in Hallandale Beach, a suburb 20 miles north of the Miami downtown, didn’t end there, though. Perhaps his most remarkable gaffe was that his elder son Beau Biden died in America’s war in Iraq.
Even though that’s not the first time, he made such a claim, Sleepy Joe sounded categorical he lost Beau Biden in Iraq.
In reality, his son died at the age of 46 of brain cancer in Maryland in 2015, six years after serving in the Delaware Army National Guard in Iraq and after serving as the state’s Attorney General.
Last month, during remarks at Camp Hale, Colorado, Biden made the same mistake of claiming Beau perished in Iraq.
To top it all off, Sleepy Joe confused the current war waged by Putin’s Russia in Ukraine with America’s former war in Iraq, which led him to apologize and say he kept thinking about Iraq because his son died there.
Biden’s embarrassing mixup came after he was trying to argue the sky-high inflation his administration brought about in the United States was actually a global phenomenon “because of the war” in Ukraine, a questionable proposition at best.
Empty Shelves Joe then claimed the US had the lowest inflation among major developed countries; whereas in reality, in the G-7 group, only Britain and Italy have worse inflation rates and those are only slightly higher than America’s
To wrap his gaffe-packed speech in Miami, Biden made another blunder as he claimed to have met the inventor of insulin; never mind the diabetes drug was patented in 1929, a good 13 years before Sleepy Joe was born.
“I spoke to him, okay?” Biden said, as he was touting his administration’s efforts to reduce medication prices for US consumers.
Joe Biden keeps saying his son died in Iraq. His son died six years after he returned from Iraq. This is not a small lie. And he keeps repeating it: pic.twitter.com/Kpx3xUrsMV
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) November 2, 2022
President Joe Biden had a noteworthy gaffe Tuesday, while campaigning for Florida gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist in the Miami suburb of Hallandale Beach. https://t.co/apmCbb3YOh pic.twitter.com/nnyqayBJtO
— Newsmax (@newsmax) November 2, 2022
This article appeared in The State Today and has been published here with permission.
Biden says he 'spoke to' man who 'invented' insulin, who died before president was born https://t.co/P1elqJCl8n
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 2, 2022