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Teleprompter: 1, Biden: 0, as the Mumbling President Attempts to Talk About His Failed Economy


Let’s just admit it. Watching Joe Biden‘s near-daily battles with scripts written for him by handlers is not dissimilar to our inability to turn away from crash sites; both are hard to look at but we can’t not watch.

In Biden’s case, while we know he’s going to go incoherently off the tracks virtually every time he speaks, we watch anyway — as if we can’t believe this guy is still the president of the United States.

Such was the case on Friday when the president, who turns 80 on Sunday, attempted to speak about his disastrous economy during a meeting with business and labor leaders. So how brutal was it?

This train went off the tracks before it left the station. Here’s Joe, in all of his mumbling glory:

This week we saw the growth in prices and business pay for goods and services come down, as well. Gas prices are down but it’s gonna take time to get inflation back to normal levels if we keep our job market strong so we can see setbacks along the way; I don’t doubt that, but thus far we’re in good shape. But, we’re laser-focused on that.

Wait, huh?

I whipped out my super-duper Biden decoder ring and I still can’t figure out what he said, much less what he was trying to say. Moreover, it was obvious that Biden saw nothing wrong with that word-salad dumpster fire, but for the sake of the country, shouldn’t the American people be able to understand what their president is trying to say when he speaks? Is that asking too much, my Democrat friends?

Just me, or was that special ed quality stuff, right there?

Biden ran into similar teleprompter (brain-functioning) problems in mid-October when he tried to talk about the miserable state of the economy — for which he is largely responsible — with similar results. The Republican National Committee dished up a few examples of how that went down:

There’s not a single solitary Biden man that is as old, uhh, younger than any Biden woman.

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