Biden Gives Remarks On The 12th Anniversary of DACA


Hello everyone! Let’s dive into the latest political spectacle that’s got everyone talking.

On Tuesday, President Joe Biden took to the podium to announce his amnesty plan, but what unfolded was another troubling display of his cognitive struggles. As he attempted to introduce his Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Biden seemed to forget Mayorkas’ name, despite him standing right there, smiling.

The White House eventually released the official transcript of Biden’s remarks, adding fuel to the fire. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tried to dismiss these concerns by calling the videos “cheap fakes,” but the transcript doesn’t lie.

Biden’s words were captured as, “And thanks to all the members of the Congress and Homeland Security Secretary — I (inaudible) — I’m not sure I’m going to introduce you all the way — (laughter) — but all kidding aside, Secretary Mayorkas, as well as Secretary Becerra and advocates and families for law enforcement, faith leaders, everybody who is here.”

This isn’t the first time the White House has been slow to post transcripts of Biden’s remarks, especially his. The transcript of Biden’s Tuesday remarks surfaced on Wednesday, while those for First Lady Jill Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were posted within hours. This pattern raises eyebrows, especially when Biden’s remarks seem to be delayed more often than not.

Fox News’ “Gutfeld!” seized the moment on Wednesday night, with Greg Gutfeld addressing the “cheap fake” narrative head-on. Gutfeld showed the clip of Biden’s apparent lapse and sarcastically asked if it was digitally altered, emphasizing that it was all too real. He humorously noted, “No, sorry kids, that’s real! That’s the leader of the free world! I wouldn’t let him lead a conga line at a nursing home,” eliciting laughter from his audience.

Gutfeld took aim at the Left, suggesting that their loud protests against these videos might indicate they’re the ones actually guilty of such practices. He pointed out that as we’re told Biden is mentally sharp behind closed doors, we’re also told the videos of him stumbling are hoaxes. This irony wasn’t lost on Gutfeld, who mocked the situation by saying, “So as we’re told Joe is as sharp as the inside of a soup can lid, always behind closed doors of course, we’re also told that all the videos of Joe stumbling and slurring are an elaborate hoax.”

He drew parallels between the current narrative and past hoaxes used against former President Donald Trump, such as the debunked “fine people” hoax from Charlottesville. Gutfeld argued that these falsehoods were used to paint Trump and his supporters in a negative light, creating a foundation of misinformation that has persisted for years.

Using the term “dementiacrats” to describe Democrats, Gutfeld also listed other debunked narratives, including claims about Trump suggesting bleach to cure COVID, the infamous Steele dossier, and the “Don’t Say Gay” bill in Florida. He reminded viewers of the many hoaxes that have shaped political discourse, particularly those surrounding Hunter Biden’s laptop, which was dismissed as Russian disinformation ahead of the 2020 election.

As we enter what Gutfeld calls “another hoax season,” it’s clear that the battle over truth and perception in politics is far from over. Whether you agree with him or not, Gutfeld’s monologue highlights the ongoing tension and distrust in American politics, leaving us all wondering what’s next in this never-ending saga.