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Biden Says ‘Send Me To Congress’ In Latest Viral Flub




President Joe Biden appeared at Strath Haven Middle School in Wallingford, Pennsylvania yesterday for a campaign event. During remarks delivered by Biden at the event, the President made yet another mistake that has gone viral since it was first uploaded to Twitter.

The President told supporters gathered at the Strath Haven Middle School, “Pennsylvania, I have a message for you! Send me to Congress!”

The video of this statement has received millions of views in less than 24 hours, with internet users questioning the cognitive ability of the President following the flub. See that mistake by Biden in Wallingford included below,

Biden also made another mistake during this speech while attempting to discuss the events of January 6th. While speaking about Congress, Biden bizarrely referred to January 6th as July the 6th. The President can be quoted as saying, “The U.S. Capitol — the same building where our freedoms came under assault on July the 6th!”

See a clip of that moment below,

The New York Times covered the widespread concern about Biden’s health in an article posted this week, which claimed that 61% of Biden’s own supporters now say that the President is “just too old” to be an effective President.

The New York Times reported,

The survey pointed to a fundamental shift in how voters who backed Mr. Biden four years ago have come to see him. A striking 61 percent said they thought he was “just too old” to be an effective president.

A sizable share was even more worried: Nineteen percent of those who voted for Mr. Biden in 2020, and 13 percent of those who said they would back him in November, said the 81-year-old president’s age was such a problem that he was no longer capable of handling the job.



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