Biden Suffers Memory Loss About Obama

President Joe Biden recently revealed on Sunday that things got “kind of bad” when he was vice president during the pandemic, even though the virus hit more than three years after he left office via NY Post.



It has been noted that the 81-year-old Biden, who completed his eight years as Barack Obama’s veep in January 2017, suggested he was still in post at the time of the outbreak during a campaign event with the NAACP.

“When I was vice president, things were kind of bad during the pandemic and what happened was, Barack said to me, ‘Go to Detroit! Help fix it,’” Biden said.

“Well, the poor mayor, he’s spent more time with me than he ever thought he’s gonna have to!” the president added.

It is not clear which event Biden was actually talking about, though the then-VP claimed in 2011 that the Obama administration had saved America’s auto industry from “the brink of extinction” following the 2008 financial crisis.

Biden’s most recent mistake followed his commencement speech at Morehouse College in Atlanta, where he was caught on camera applauding the valedictorian who called for an “immediate and a permanent cease-fire” in his speech. The president has pushed for a respite in the fighting in Gaza but has held steady in his support for Israel in its war against Hamas, something that has roiled many progressives.

Ahead of Biden’s remarks, some faculty and students at the historically black, all-male institution vowed not to attend the ceremony in protest. Others turned their backs to the commander-in-chief as he spoke of the ongoing conflict.

“I support peaceful, nonviolent protest,” Biden told the graduates, prompting several to turn to face away from him.

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