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I See Dead People by Joanne Seward

The latest goofs, gaffes, and gobbledegooks uttered and demonstrated by the leader of the free world, President Joe Biden, at a recent campaign fundraiser in New York, claims to have spoken with the late Francois Mitterand from France, who died in 1996 and Helmut Kohl, who died in 2017, about the “attack” on the Capitol in DC on January 6, 2021. 


This is nothing new as Biden has stumbled and mumbled his way throughout his presidency even during his time as vice-president and it seems to be escalating. Biden is currently 80 years old and is the oldest sitting president to seek re-election in the upcoming General Election in November. Should he win, he will be pushing 87 at the end of his second term.  Sadly, he also could not remember the death date of his son, Beau, from brain cancer at the age of 42.  


So taking a peek back in time and suffering from his "foot in my mouth disease," here are some notable goofs, gaffes, and gobbledegooks he is known for.


1. "Am I doing this again? My memory is just not that good like Justice Roberts." Roberts missed a beat while according Obama his presidential oath of office. Afterward, Obama, who was standing nearby, cast a disarming glance over to his direction and managed to deliver a hard poke into Biden. 2009


2.  "I'm told Chuck Graham, state Senator, is here. So, stand up, Chuck, let'em see ya. Oh, God love you. What am I talking about? I'll tell you what, you're making everybody stand up, pal." Biden sees him in a wheel chair. 2008


3. In Milwaukee, Biden has told a story repeatedly about having a conversation with a former Amtrak conductor that he has flown over 1 million miles on Air Force Two as VP, but it was much less than he traveled on Amtrak. The story is untrue as the conductor retired in 1992 and died in 2014, two years before Biden reached the one million miles. In telling the story again recently Biden stated that he wouldn't mention his name, "because I am going to get him into trouble."  2024


4.  Speaking to a crowd in Milwaukee he told them that he physically watched a January 2022 bridge collapse in Pittsburgh although it had crumbled hours before he arrived. 2022


5. Speaking to the same crowd he claimed, "my father never had a chance to go to college." His father attended Johns Hopkins University. 


6. Asked when were the years he served as VP, he could not remember.


7.  Biden recently, discussing the Israel-Hamas war, he referred to Egypt's leader Abdel Fattah as the “president of Mexico." 2023   


8. At an event, Biden called for Representative Jackie Walorski (R-IN) to come forward to speak. "I want to thank all of you here, including bipartisan elected officials like Rep. McGovern, Sen. Braun, Sen. Booker, Rep. - Jackie, are you here? Where's Jackie? I thought she was going to be here - to help make this a reality." The congresswoman had been killed in a car crash in August. 2022   


Clearly, these misstatements, memory faults, impaired physicality, extended hesitations, staring into space, squinting as if he needed stronger sunglasses (indoors) and disorientations within his physical space are worrisome. But most importantly, Biden is on a world stage with a vast audience listening and watching. And not everyone watching is our friend. There could be the possibility that this behavior could open up a vulnerability for the US on a grand scale on various levels. Biden has proven to be a weak leader masterly manipulated by his puppeteers Obama, Schumer, Pelosi and others behind closed doors while being funded by George Soros.  


There now exists a collective breath holding to see where this is all going, how it plays out and what measures will be undertaken to assure the safety, well being and protective actions automatically afforded to all Americans.


So, stay tuned!

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