Does Joe Biden think he’s still in 2008?
It appears so based on his recent statements during a speech on climate change.
Biden seemed to struggle with the idea that climate change is an existential threat to humanity and suggested that his administration would take action “by 2020.”
This slip-up in the timeline raises the question: Does Joe Biden think it’s still 2008 and he’s Vice President?
During his speech at the Lucy Evans Baylands Nature Interpretive Center and Preserve
During a recent speech in Palo Alto, California at the Lucy Evans Baylands Nature Interpretive Center and Preserve in Palo Alto, California Joe Biden stated that by 2020 all the lands in the United States that the government controls will be conserved by 30 percent and at the same time climate emissions will also be reduced in the climate change crisis.
This statement reflects a misunderstanding of the current year.
This incident follows another gaffe where he mistakenly announced “God Save The Queen” during a speech on gun control in Connecticut.
These slip-ups might be attributed to Biden’s occasional difficulty finishing words or phrases, often trailing into incoherence.
Furthermore, a March White House press sheet shows that the Biden administration intends to conserve thirty percent of national bodies of water and lands in the United States by 2030.”
This information contradicts Biden’s claim of achieving the goal by 2020, further highlighting the confusion in his statements.
Perhaps this confusion about timelines and factual inaccuracies is a cause for concern about Biden’s ability to lead effectively for another five years in office.
Additionally, there have been reports of adjustments made to the staircase on Air Force One to accommodate his mobility, indicating potential health-related challenges.
In conclusion, the repeated misstatements and confusion surrounding timelines raise doubts about whether Joe Biden is fully aware of the current year.
All presidents flub speeches or make gaffs. However, the number of gaffs and misstatements attributed to President Biden appears to grow more frequent and more concerning.
Those who support his 2024 campaign must think hard about how Biden will behave on the campaign trail and in the debates if he becomes the Democrat nominee for President in the 2024 election.