Watch: Biden Makes A Strange Comment About God And Royalty

The corporate media is in damage control mode as Joe Biden wraps up a banner week of demonstrating his continuous mental decline. This week, Axios had a piece ready that attempted to justify the president’s linguistic gaffes. Ironically, despite the humorous framing, the report managed to make a few quite significant admissions.

Biden’s recent utterance of “God save the queen, man” is now under question.

President Biden frequently utilizes old-fashioned sayings that even his own staff finds difficult to understand. When he concluded his statement on gun violence this week, he once more used the phrase “God save the queen, man.”

You have to adore the notion that a US politician concluding a speech by idly begging for the queen is merely using a “old-timey expression.” I have grandparents. Although you may anticipate individuals from the South to be even more into folklore, I’ve never heard them say that. Why exactly did Biden say what he did? The objective is that no one is aware.

The paper in question then revealed this passage, which is an amazing gem. This is undoubtedly among the most astounding things I’ve ever read in the political news.

“Republicans occasionally use Biden’s odd proverbs to imply that the president, who is 80 years old, is mentally deteriorating. Even some of Biden’s aides are unsure of what he means by the unusual words he has been using for years.”

You see, it’s simply those nefarious Republicans who are using Biden’s deliriums as a weapon. It’s not like he’s genuinely senile and suffering from significant mental degeneration, you know. There has to be immediate action taken to prevent the GOP from pouncing and seizing so much.

And stop saying that Biden only uses “unique expressions.” No, he speaks incoherently and erratically at the most inopportune moments. This particular 80-year-old does that frequently, which is one of the reasons why he has no business holding the office of president.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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