Oh Joe, Biden Claims He Speaks to Dead People

Well, Joe Biden is at it again, proving what a complete and utter embarrassment America has become with him at the helm!

During a recent on-stage appearance in Las Vegas Joe told the crowd that he had spoken with French President Francois Mitterrand back in 2021 during the G7 summit.

However, Mitterrand has been dead since 1996 – NEARLY 30 YEARS!

Biden claimed that during the meeting he sat down and said, “America’s back,” suggesting that with him in charge rather than Trump the U.S. was stronger (LOL).

Joe said, “And Mitterrand from Germany, I mean from France, looked at me and said, uh, s-said, you know, what, why, how long you back for?”

 

The media immediately tried to cover for Biden and suggest it was no big deal that he got the name of France’s president mixed up but it really just reaffirms what a walking disaster this man is and how his cognitive decline is only getting worse.

Ironically enough, Biden brought up this story to the Nevada crowd while trying to convince them of “how dangerous” a second Trump term would be – even if the TRUE danger is having a commander in chief who thinks he’s talking to dead people!

If by some miracle Biden manages to be reelected in 2024, he will be 86-years-old by the end of his second term and one can only imagine how far gone his mind will be by that point!

Watch the video here to see what a joke our president is.


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