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Joe Biden: DREAMers become Americans before Americans become Americans

August 31, 2019

  Poor ole Uncle Joe. I think we are finding out why the former President did not want him to run for President and why he refused to endorse him. It has been a tough few weeks for Barack Obama’s former Vice-President. It has gotten to the point where he is showing signs of sundowning, his handlers have had to cut down on his evening schedule in an attempt to hide it, and he felt the need to assure his listeners he was not going nuts. (That is never a good sign…)

  In addition to the normal gaffes we have come to expect from Joe Biden he has forgotten where he was, during what time frame he was Vice-President, and what he was doing during a medal pinning ceremony. And now he seems have become confused while trying to make a point about DREAMers. Here is what he had to say:

“And these kids who come and they end up doing well — they become Americans before a lot of Americans become Americans,” Biden said.

There was an awkward laugh from the audience so Biden pushed back with, “No! I’m serious!”

  That makes no sense whatsoever, I suppose he was trying to say sometimes these children do better than American children in school but lost his grasp on the English language and his point for a second and did not recover properly. Have you ever noticed how many time Joe Biden has had to say “I’m serious” after he makes what he believes is a profound point of some kind?

 It is actually sad to see a man so addicted to glory, prestige, and power that he does not understand when it is time to give it up and shame on those closest to him for enabling him–perhaps they too are addicted to the same.

malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Bruce Booher permalink
    August 31, 2019 11:05 am

    No Steve, it actually does make sense. You see, Biden became President before a lot of Presidents became President.

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