Biden’s Latest Speech Goes Exactly As Expected

What should the rest of the world think of Joe Biden’s incoherence?

Even though some in the media are only now acknowledging its existence, it has been a problem for a while. As my colleague, Sister Toldjah, previously discussed, other people have also noticed the issue. For example, the Germans, aware of Biden’s need for early night, arranged for a meeting with the German chancellor early evening; however, Biden had already gone to bed, so Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in place of Biden. The Germans were aware of the administration’s refusal to even inform us, the American people. Take a moment to consider that. It’s likely that our adversaries are also aware, particularly the Germans.

He’s also blown off dinners with other leaders at these public gatherings, as Sister Toldjah recounted. I recently wrote about how he blew off the other leaders at the G7 dinner. The explanation provided? Karine Jean-Pierre, press secretary for the White House, asserted a “jam-packed schedule.” Still, other leaders who had similar schedules were there. But Biden would be more vulnerable at a casual dinner without notes or a teleprompter.

Now, Biden is in Washington, D.C., entertaining NATO allies. Tuesday marked Biden’s first international speech since the controversy surrounding his debate performance and the subsequent calls for his resignation. He spoke about NATO’s 75th anniversary.

Firstly, it’s important to observe that he seems to be credited with something that former President Donald Trump advocated for. Biden boasted that certain NATO members were making larger financial contributions to their commitments, relieving us of some of the financial load.

Then came a feast of word-dropping, mangling, and slurring.

“The alliance took action even before Russia’s attacks on Ukraine began,” stated Biden. “I command US reinforcements on the eastern flank of NATO.”

Before Ukraine, he slurred something that seemed to be “eastern,” lost an “on,” and what’s a “vomb”?

Biden’s decision to ease sanctions, along with his “gaffe” of suggesting that the United States wouldn’t take a strong stance against a “small invasion,” probably encouraged the Russian strike.

Even though he talks a lot about Ukraine, he struggles to pronounce it correctly.

I can comprehend this one, but it seems like he’s repeating the same old pattern of running phrases together.

Then this one has me puzzled.

I believe he stated, “Autocrats who undo global warming by and large check nearly 80 years and counting.” What?

He attempted to pull off a corny joke about pleading with the Secretary-General to continue. Some found it strange that he claimed to have begged Stoltenberg’s wife to “extend your service.”

Then he attempted to shake hands and make some complimentary remarks to the Secretary-General, but he was still staring at his teleprompter the entire time he was trying to deliver those few short words.

Still, he made it off the stage this time by following Stoltenberg and another person who indicated the steps.

How, then, did Reuters cover this story?

“With his address, which he delivered in a strong and assured voice, devoid of any verbal blunders or evidence of hesitation that characterized his debate performance, the White House is hoping he will turn the page on speculation.”

Biden isn’t going to be backing down from this anytime soon, so maybe they were listening to something else.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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