Biden Suffers Massive Blunder in Middle of CNN Townhall, Difficult to Understand What He’s Even Saying

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78-year-old Joe Biden slipped into utter nonsense once again while speaking publicly.

This latest blunder occurred while speaking to CNN’s Don Lemon during a scheduled town hall.

Biden was asked whether 12-year-old children should receive the COVID vaccine.

This brain-buster push Biden “into a verbal hole that took him the better part of a minute to climb out of,” Westen Journal’s Kipp Jones comments.

Biden responded, “I’ve heard you speak about it, because you alway — I’m not being solicitous, but it’s, but you — you’re always straight up about what you’re doing.”

Biden continued, “And the question is whether or not we should be in a position where, you, uhh, umm, are, why can’t the — the — the experts say, ‘We know that this virus is in fact, uhh, umm, uhhh, is, is — it’s going to be — or, excuse me, w — we, we know why all the drugs approved are not temporarily approved but permanently approved.'”

Watch the cringeworthy moment:

Western Journal commented:

It was a nice assist from Lemon, who wouldn’t dare ask Biden why he is incapable of speaking coherently from time to time. Could you imagine if the president had been talking to a journalist?

Biden, who rightly has his cognitive health questioned regularly, was so unintelligible that he might as well have been speaking in a foreign language. This episode was particularly prolonged and alarming, though.

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