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Biden Caught ADMITTING He Doesn’t Know What State He Is In!

Have you ever wondered why Joe Biden’s staffers don’t take him seriously? Just why is it that they mute his speeches or turn the tv off when he is speaking? Well, here is one classic example…

President Biden delivered some remarks just before signing a proclamation to restore national parks and monuments last Friday afternoon.

First of all, Biden coughed as he was attacking Trump and proceeded to yet again struggle to read his teleprompter. However, at one point he veered off script and that’s when things went completely south.

Biden took the time to recall a bizarre story regarding a little girl who had a teddy bear that he had encountered while he was still stumping during his presidential campaign.



“I gotta tell you a quick story,” Biden started off, having a smug look on his face. “When I was running for office, I’m embarrassed I can’t remember exactly which state I was in, but a gentleman and I think it was his wife and a little girl who said ‘could I talk to you?’ – And she had this… it looked like a teddy bear and she said ‘could I talk to you?’ – She wasn’t sure what to call me since I wasn’t elected yet.”

Biden continued, “She said ‘I want to give you something. I want to give you some bears ears…she said ‘you gotta promise me, you gotta promise me you’ll protect the bears ears.”
Joe Biden said he was confused by the little girl’s request so her dad chimed in and said “you know, a national park.’ [Bears Ears National Monument in Utah]

Okay…….I think we are just going to just have to file this in “things that never happened.” To even the most casual observer, if this little gitl made such an impression on the now-president Joe Biden, then surely he would remember the state he was in.

Of course, this all begs the question: what, exactly, would be considered an acceptable thing to forget while you are on the campaign trail? Well, a street, for one thing. There are obviously millions (or even billions) of streets in the United States of America. How about the name of an events center? Yep, that would be acceptable, simply due to the fact that yet again there are probably a lot of those locations in our country. What of the specific name of a town? Yes, there are plenty of towns in our country, so there is definitely a possibility that one could forget it. But a state? Are you kidding me? In the words of this empty suit we call the president: “C’mon man!”

 



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