Democrats Might Put Joe Back in the Basement After This One

Just a day removed from the worst debate performance in American history, Joe Biden showed up for a campaign rally in North Carolina and it went just about as bad as it could have.

The Biden campaign brought out rappers Fat Joe and E-40 to perform for the crowd before Biden came out to put them to sleep.

Hilariously, the rapper’s lyrics included lines like “Go stupid! Go dumb! Go stupid! Go dumb!” – which may have actually just been a cue for Biden to take the stage.

That would make sense considering when the top Democrat did finally come out, things certainly went dumb – FAST.

 

Just like he did for the debate, Biden stumbled through his entire speech which was supposed to “energize” voters.

He did things like refer to Roe V Wade as “roverovrovoverover” while his brain glitched out.

Biden did, however, tell the truth for a change by admitting that he can’t “speak well, debate well, or walk well,” falling short of telling the crowd that he also can’t think well.

Then, Biden proceeds to scream angrily into the crowd which ultimately results in him nearly coughing up a lung.

I’m not sure whose idea it was to let Joe get back on a stage after that debate performance, but all things considered, they might be better off keeping him locked away in the basement like they did for 2020.

Watch the video here to see the disastrous Biden campaign event.


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