Biden Gives Speech Before the North America’s Building Trades Union


Biden’s latest speech at the North America’s Building Trades Unions event was an absolute disaster.

The president had a serious brain malfunction where he struggled even to form coherent sentences. Not only that, but he also suggested he wanted to punch former President Donald Trump. Talk about being a hot-headed mess.

And it doesn’t stop there. Biden struggled to read off the teleprompter in a bizarre Ron Burgundy-like moment. Like a malfunctioning robot, he repeated the phrase “Four more years?” before awkwardly pausing and attempting to start a chant with the audience. But instead of sounding genuine, it came off as forced and cult-like as the audience obediently chanted back, “Four more years!” Seriously, who does that?

But the most frustrating part of it all was the White House’s attempt to cover it up. The official transcript of the event conveniently omitted Biden’s stumble, attempting to make it seem as though it never happened. But thanks to the wonders of technology, we have the video evidence to prove it did.

It’s both sad and concerning to see the leader of our country struggling so blatantly in front of a crowd. It’s almost as if someone could easily slip anything into the teleprompter and Biden wouldn’t even realize it. Can you imagine? It’s like playing a game of teleprompter roulette, wondering what he’ll say next.

But as funny as it may be, it’s not a laughing matter. This man is the president of the United States, and his mental state is deteriorating before our very eyes. How much longer can we ignore the fact that our president is not fit to lead?

Of course, Republican Senator Ted Cruz couldn’t resist commenting on the situation. And who could blame him? When the leader of the free world can barely put a sentence together, it’s a real cause for concern. But hey, at least he got a good chuckle out of it.

Ultimately, we can only hope this will serve as a wake-up call for the American people. It’s time to put politics aside and start addressing the elephant in the room. We deserve a president who is capable of coherent thought and speech, not one who can barely read off a teleprompter.