On Monday, Joe Biden attempted a campaign speech without a teleprompter. He tried to quote the Pledge of Allegiance but instead delivered his own jumbled version. “I pledge allegiance to the United States of America, one nation, indivisible, under God, for real.”
Steve Guest is the Republican National Committee’s rapid response director, and he has once again proven that he’s on top of things concerning the Democrats:
As is usual after any of his gaffes and blunders, Biden is being mocked on social media. One Twitter user has said, “He makes AOC look like a Mensa member.”
While that’s harsh, it doesn’t change the fact that the United States of America can’t have a president who messes up the Declaration of Independence, and even the Pledge of Allegiance, which kids have already memorized.
Some Twitter users have commented, saying that even 4-year-old and 5-year-old kids can do better than him.
Months ago, it was the Declaration of Independence that he botched. This time, it’s the Pledge of Allegiance. Here’s what he said during the Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident. All men and women created by the—you know, you know, the thing.”
Well, it’s no wonder that he replied, “Probably not,” to a Trump supporter who told him to “go home” because he didn’t “have a chance” of beating President Trump after spending “too long in the basement”.
Although Biden was cut off by his security detail before he could finish his sentence, he can clearly be heard in the clip beginning his sentence with, “Probably not,” before he was led away.
After The Exposure Of Biden’s Serial Lying Problem and his gaffe-filled campaign, it would have seemed weirder if he was still confident about winning the election on November 3rd.
But still — what do the Democrats even see in him?