Joe Biden Farts and Then Can’t Figure Out Why Everyone Is Laughing at Him

Joe Biden’s handlers dragged him to a campaign event at Mary Mac’s Tea Room in Atlanta, GA, last weekend so he could pander to a small room of black voters. The crowd suddenly burst out in raucous laughter before Biden even began his speech, however.

They weren’t laughing because of anything Biden said, but rather because he ripped two enormous farts that could be heard through the entire venue.

We fully realize that this story is probably not the most urgent political news of the week. Let’s face it—we all fall victim to a surprise fart now and then. This story is important for a couple of reasons, though.

First, the incident is indicative of how rapidly Joe Biden is mentally and physically declining. Biden clearly has no idea that he just farted—twice—in a room full of people.

Second, the story serves as a metaphor for every single thing that the Biden White House has done over the past three and a half years.

 

Don’t expect Dolby-quality sound in this video. The camera is fairly far away from Joe Biden when it happens. However, the farts were loud enough that the entire room heard them, and everyone bursts out laughing.

Biden then gets that dazed and confused look on his face that is so characteristic of his dementia these days, and then gives the crowd a bizarre salute. The entire room can hear the farts because the crowd—like at so many Joe Biden events—is incredibly small.

Watch and listen:


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