Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is the king of “gaffes,” but recently, his “mental moments” seem to occur in every carefully scripted appearance.
His latest plan: “get our kids to market swiftly.”
“…to get our people to work and our kids to school safely. To get our kids to market swiftly. To power clean energy revolution in this country, we need to modernize America’s infrastructure,” said Biden.
Journalist Sara Cara recently ripped into this faux pas:
Former Vice President Joe Biden unveiled a new bold plan on Tuesday to ‘get our kids to market swiftly.’ Of course, it was another one of his famous gaffes but at first, I thought it was part of his efforts to cut back on gas emissions.
Seriously, however, his continued gaffes are raising concern about his health and whether or not he’ll be able to debate President Donald Trump.
Only 54 percent of Americans believe he can actually debate President Donald Trump and it appears Democrats are so concerned that they are coming up with any excuse to keep him from doing so, as reported.
Other Biden gaffes have been the brunt of jokes on social media. In one major gaffe he described his 1962 encounter with a gang member who went by the name of ‘Corn Pop.’ In the same video, he rambled on about his blonde hair on his legs and how children liked to touch his glistening hair.
Earlier this month, Biden revealed what he plans to do on his “first day as president,” and it’s a direct shot at President Donald Trump.
The former vice president took to Twitter to announce that if he wins November’s election, he will rejoin the World Health Organization on his first day in the White House.
“Americans are safer when America is engaged in strengthening global health,” Biden said following news of the Trump administration’s move. “On my first day as President, I will rejoin the WHO and restore our leadership on the world stage.”
Trump has been adamant that he wanted to see overwhelming reforms by the WHO if it wanted continued support from the United States.
After failing to meet his demands, the president announced this week that the United States is officially withdrawing from the World Health Organization.
“The United States’ notice of withdrawal, effective July 6, 2021, has been submitted to the U.N. secretary-general, who is the depository for the WHO,” a White House official said.
In early June, the president announced that he was planning to “terminate” the relationship between the WHO and the U.S.
“Because they have failed to make the requested and greatly needed reforms, we will be today terminating our relationship with the World Health Organization and redirecting those funds to other worldwide and deserving urgent global public health needs,” Trump said.
Trump also tore into China over the course of his remarks, slamming the communist nations’ conduct on a number of fronts including trade, the coronavirus, and its recent crackdown on Hong Kong.
“The world is now suffering as a result of the misfeasance of the Chinese government,” Trump said.
“Chinese officials ignored their reporting obligations to the World Health Organization and pressured the World Health Organization to mislead the world when the virus was first discovered by Chinese authorities,” he said. “Countless lives have been taken and profound economic hardship has been inflicted across the globe.”
Back in April, Trump announced the halt in funding, arguing he did not want to send taxpayer money to WHO after their “botched effort” in handling the pandemic and cozy relationship with China, where the coronavirus originated.