Joe Biden had a town hall meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio, this week. He was greeted kindly with signs of “Trump Won” and other friendly gestures by the wonderful Ohioans. He went on to partially fill a small room with people that seemed mildly interested in what he had to say. CNN’s Don Lemon hosted the meeting and during the exchange, continuously looked perplexed at some of Biden’s statements. Of course, there was some mumbling and incoherent sentences involved. But, there were also some very weird statements made during and after the town hall meeting. One of the weirdest involved drinking blood. Why would a supposed world leader be speaking of such things?
Biden and blood drinking
In all fairness, Biden has already had more than his fair share of weird ramblings during press conferences, meetings, and pretty much anytime he’s near a microphone. He whispers and shouts nonsense frequently. This is usually chalked up to the fact that perhaps he’s not mentally sound. Alarming sure, since he is supposed to be the leader of the free world. But, giving his history, we’ve learned over the past six months to just nod and ignore most of what he says. But when he starts talking about drinking the blood of children, that gets some attention, as it should. What a strange statement to make. He even mentioned it again to reporters once he returned to DC.
Other Biden gaffes of the week
This could almost be a weekly write-up. What creepy/weird/random things has Biden said this week? In this installment, not only does Biden talk about drinking blood, he also alludes to the fact he’s waiting for the real president to show up. “Hail to the Chief” played as he walked to the podium to speak on the “Crime Victims Fund Act”. But after the song stops playing, he says “Every time I hear that I wonder when he’s coming.” In the same speech, he also claims to have been the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee 150 years ago. Backstage, his handlers are cringing because he simply can’t stick to the script.
The rest of the world is laughing at the United States right now. We are at a huge disadvantage with the so-called “leadership” our country is under. If a man, who is supposed to be the leader of the greatest nation in the world, can’t even speak without mumbling, whispering, or stammering incoherent babble, what does that say about his power to make good decisions? We are in trouble and it’s getting worse by the day. What a sad state for America. The greatest country has been reduced to being the laughingstock of the world.