President Biden has flubbed his speech in Texas, leading to a healthy dose of online ridicule.
Biden was in Houston speaking to a FEMA vaccination facility.
When going through the list of officials he was expected to mention, he had noticeable trouble. Confusing the title of Senator John Cornyn of Texas. Then getting Representative Sheila Jackson Lee’s name wrong.
Despite what the transcript says, a video of the event proves how bad the flubs were.
Another mistake: Democratic Rep. Lizzie Pannill Fletcher of Texas goes by “Fletcher.”
When Trump speaks, he speaks with vigour but when Biden speaks, he speaks with uncertainty. Like in Texas today @JoeBiden said "what am I doing here? Am gonna lose track here", he does that pretty much everytime.
— Anario Bright Micheal Obiefula (@brightersonic) February 26, 2021
He is the president in name only. So who is making the actual decisions? pic.twitter.com/jkcjkWZL7b
— Ezra Levant 🍁 (@ezralevant) February 27, 2021
Joe Biden: “What am I doing here?”
Becoming the laughingstock of the world.
— thebradfordfile (@thebradfordfile) February 27, 2021
This man is not well. #elderabuse https://t.co/UIaN8s7hUb
— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) February 27, 2021
“What am I doing here” is a good question pic.twitter.com/nW8l5dSpIS
— markmaycott (@markmaycot) February 27, 2021
Joe Biden Speaks in Houston, What Follows Should Make You Question Everything – RedState https://t.co/8woRFY2taQ
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) February 28, 2021
A conservative commentator called “Bonchie” whose comments were shared by Trump Jr. said these mess-ups go beyond a small stutter.
“This man’s mental capacity is rapidly declining. Watch videos of Biden from five years ago and he is a different person,” the commentator said.
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