Biden Rewrites History Again in Latest Gaffe

Sky News host Rita Panahi says President Joe Biden is “rewriting history yet again” after an awkward gaffe from the U.S. President.

Earlier this week, President Biden appeared to forget the answer to a question, and then stated he wanted to bring Osama bin Laden to “the gates of hell.”

This is not consistent with previous accounts. “There’s a reason why he normally has cue cards with answers to questions submitted by pre-selected journos,” Panahi said.

In fact, Biden advised against the Osama bin Laden raid according to previous reports. If we had listened to him, the 9/11 leader might still be hiding out in Pakistan planning his next jihadi attack.

Pinahi said, “If Obama had listened to you, Robert O’Neil from SEAL Team Six woulnd’t have shot Osama bin Laden.”

She said, “Old sleepy Joe is rewriting history again.” The Biden “freezing” scene alone is worth the watch. It’s not your internet buffering. It’s buffering Biden.

By the way, this clip isn’t from the leftist mainstream American media. It’s straight from down under from Sky News Australia. They don’t hold back and prop up Biden like U.S. media does.

Check it out and see why the world can only shake their head at the latest Biden gaffe.


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