Biden Demonstrates “Flight Of Ideas” AGAIN - Refers To Ongoing War In Iraq Because “That’s Where My Son Died”. The Blame Game Continues.

By Ken on
 November 2, 2022
By Ken on

President Joe Biden, misspoke during a speech in Florida on Tuesday, November 1, 2022, speaking about the ongoing “war in Iraq” and also claimed it was where his son died. In fact, his comments seemed to be a “flight of ideas” on subjects that he needed to place blame, off of his own administration, and on to someone elsewhere.

Biden stated –

“Inflation is a worldwide problem right now because of a war in Iraq and the impact on oil and what Russia’s doing, excuse me, the war in Ukraine,” then catching his error he added… “I’m thinking of Iraq because that’s where my son died,”

-President Joe Biden

The truth however, is that, although Beau Biden served a tour in Iraq, he did not die there. At the age of 46, the younger Biden, died in 2015 at Walter Reed National Medical Center in Maryland, after fighting brain cancer, six years after he served in Iraq. The senior Biden frequently blames the burn pits in Iraq for causing his son’s brain cancer. This was the second, recent such gaff, for the president referring to his son’s death in Iraq.

During a speech in Colorado, earlier this year in October, Biden made the same claim. He stated -

“I say this as a father of a man and won the Bronze Star, the conspicuous service medal, and lost his life in Iraq,”

-President Joe Biden

Biden also blamed the cost of groceries is high “because Putin cuttin’ off grain supplies.”

Then, insisting they planned to shut down the government, if the president refused to cut or eliminate the programs, Biden spent most of his speech, accusing Republicans of trying to cut or eliminate the Social Security and / or Medicare programs.

And, though Republicans deny any plans to cut them, Biden has repeatedly utilized the familiar Democrat attack before the mid-term elections, of invoking fear regarding the GOP possibly reducing the funding to these social programs.

In follow-on comments, during his speech about the future of government programs, such as Social Security and Medicare in Florida, the president commented on inflation and the war in Ukraine. Then referring to Republican Sen. Rick Scott, he asked-

“A senator from Florida going after Medicare and Social Security!?” “Who the hell do they think they are?”

-President Joe Biden

Seemingly, he turned from the lost facts on his son, to blaming Putin yet gain for the high cost of groceries,  dramatizing what he said was an eminent government shutdown, then blaming Republicans for supposedly attacking two notable social programs, and building his emotion fever into outright anger (his way of emphasizing his real concern) at Republicans, in general for needing some “enlightenment”. See his closing well wishes.

Essentially, Biden was all over the page, with his “blame everyone else” game, spending most of his speech expressing anger toward Republicans. In a final dig at his political opponents, Biden concluded his speech with the following well wishes-

“God bless you all. God protect our troops and God give our Republican friends some enlightenment,”

-President Joe Biden

A good example of poor memory, relational skills and cognitive impairment, this speech in Florida is yet another example of Joe Biden’s lack of a valid skill set to lead the American people. When left to himself in speeches, even those that he has pre-prepared for, he is painful to watch or listen to. If he weren’t such an embarrassment to himself and this country, one could almost feel sorry that his wife and party continue to use and abuse him in this way. Victim or not, history will remember Biden for his many losses and the losses of those who “ran” him.

“Some people believe holding on and hanging in there are signs of great strength. However, there are times when it takes much more strength to know when to let go and then do it.”

-Ann Lander
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