(Patriot.Buzz) – In a recent gaffe further confirming he is not mentally fit to run the most powerful country in the world, Joe Biden made a head-scratching statement when he said he had been talking to a dead person.
At an event in Las Vegas Biden mentioned he had recently had a chat with Francois Mitterrand, the French president from 1981 to 1995 who has been dead for almost three decades.
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When he made the comment Biden was trying to get folks fired up before Nevada’s Democratic primary and in the middle of explaining why a second round with Trump at the helm could spell trouble.
He also shared a tale he is fond of about a sit-down he had with current French President Emmanuel Macron at a G7 meet-up in England not long after Biden moved into the Oval Office.
“I sat down and I said, ‘America’s back,’” Biden remembered. “And Mitterrand from Germany – I mean from France – looked at me and said…”
Biden then seemed to lose his train of thought for a moment before getting back on track to add: “Well, how long are you back for?”
Afterward Biden said the “Chancellor of Germany” was curious about how both Biden and America would react if thousands of folks busted into Britain’s House of Commons and took out two “bobbies,” or British cops, to block a Prime Minister from getting elected.
Biden is up against author Marianne Williamson and some other little-known candidates in Nevada’s Democratic presidential primary. He clinched Nevada back in November 2020 by a whisker – less than 3 points. Now he is back in Nevada trying to hype up voters for this year’s presidential election.
Nevada is known for its casinos and welcoming spirit, and often keeps America guessing at election time. It is home to a mix of working-class citizens and big Latino, Filipino, Chinese American and Black communities.
Nevada also has a clear country-city split, with the lion’s share of voters and political clout parked in the biggest counties that have bustling places like Las Vegas and Reno.
🇺🇸Biden recalls his recent meeting with French President François Mitterrand at a G7 meeting in 2021.
One issue, HE DIED IN 1996 pic.twitter.com/ws9NsBXAwB
— Mario Nawfal (@MarioNawfal) February 6, 2024