Joe Biden Bumbles Through an Interview and Then Looks Lost in a Black Church

It’s 2024 and Joe Biden is still sitting in the White House illegitimately, after the 2020 election was stolen from the American people. The good news is that it’s 2024 and we’re less than two weeks out from the start of the primaries, so the end of Biden’s reign is in sight.

Too bad he can’t stop embarrassing the country for a few months just to spare us the cringe.

Biden rang in the New Year with an “interview” on ABC, and it went about as well as expected. Not that we’re 100% sure this is actually Joe Biden. It could be one of his body doubles. His facial features have changed so much since the onset of his dementia that we’re never really sure if it’s actually Joe on camera. He looks very different in this case.

 

A hilarious clip of Joe Biden in a black church the other day has also emerged and all we can say is: Cringe! For a guy who says he grew up in a black church and a synagogue and a mosque and in a Puerto Rican barrio, Joe Biden sure does look uncomfortable in a black church.

Mark Dice runs through the latest Biden embarrassments in this video and also explains how gross CNN’s New Year’s Eve coverage was, without actually showing it. Check it out:


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