Joe Biden, mentally unstable as ever, barely has any idea what’s going on. He has no concept of how to pick up on social cues from others and often rambles on to crowds of deaf ears. In other words, he’s a national embarrassment and a far cry from the feeling of strength Donald Trump consistently portrayed while President.
President Joe Biden elicited a couple of laughs and even more eye rolls on Thursday while he recounted a campaign story about U.S. Ambassador Ken Salazar and understanding “prejudice.”
Biden’s comments came during a Thursday ceremony at the White House celebrating Cinco de Mayo, which Salazar, a former Democratic senator from Colorado and former President Barack Obama’s first secretary of the interior, attended.
The cognitively deficient president launched into a story about when the pair were campaigning together for Obama at an event in Colorado with, as Biden described it, a gathering of roughly “1,000 people across the track.”
President Joe Biden marked Cinco de Mayo by honoring the impact that Mexican Americans and other immigrant communities have had in the United States as he hosted a White House party with Mexico’s first lady as the guest of honor. https://t.co/DdvQbbJBnk pic.twitter.com/3bsXgabDqk
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“We’re about to walk out, and we’re at a beautiful, renovated railroad station and a railroad that is no longer functioning as an interstate railroad. It was magnificent.”
“‘He said they’re Latinos, so you got to be get up yet to be respectful,’ like I’m not going to be respectful,” Biden continued. “And he said, ‘You don’t understand about prejudice. You don’t get it.'”
He claimed that Salazar pointed out that his “family’s been here for 400 years.”
“Well, mine’s not been here that long. I don’t think it’s anywhere — anyway, so we talked a little bit longer, and he kept talking about ‘be careful,'” the president rambled.
“And this beautifully renovated station. I mean, it was gorgeous, and it was about the size of — I don’t know, it’s from here to the far hedge and about halfway into the crowd about 30, 40 feet wide — and there was nothing in there, except there was a little wallpaper, and there were these brass plaques about every six or eight feet around the entirety of the reception room, and I said, ‘I think I generally understand.'”
“I said, ‘Turn around and take a look at what they say. It says, ‘No Irish allowed.’ No Irish allowed because it was renovated exactly what it was in 1869,” Biden finally concluded. “So I don’t really know.”
What in the world is this man talking about?
Author: Ann Taylor