Joe Biden makes another alarming gaffe and correction: ‘I think we can win back the House!’

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Democrat Joe Biden committed another gaffe, when he enthusiastically declared that if he’s elected Senator (I mean, President), the Dems “can win back the House!” (screenshot)

Another day, another epic gaffe for former Obama vice president Joe Biden. This time, Biden giddily declared that if he wins the presidency, then “I think we can win back the House!”

The Democrats won control of the House of Representatives during the November 2018 midterm election.

Biden made the gaffe on the campaign trail Monday, when he gleefully chirped: “Together, I think we can win back the House!”

Biden then corrected himself by stammering: “We’re gonna keep the House, increase it, and flip the Senate.”

(Source: C-Span)

This latest slip-up is fueling growing concern among Democrats that Biden is not mentally fit to be President. Being POTUS is an extremely demanding job — mentally, psychologically, and physically.

While Democrats constantly mock President Trump for some of his awkward statements, he recently earned a perfect score on a mental-fitness test that screens for memory loss and early dementia.

Trump scored 30 out of 30 on the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MOCA) test, which screens for mental impairment symptoms that precede dementia.

Joe Biden has not taken a mental-fitness test.

Biden apparently thinks that tech censorship is the way to counter growing concerns among voters over his deteriorating mental health.

This week, left-wing social-media monopoly Twitter caved to the Biden campaign’s whines to label a video of a slurring Joe “manipulated.”

Unfortunately for Biden, there are countless other videos (that are totally unedited) showing him slurring his words and getting confused. You can’t censor everything on the Internet — even if you’re a Democrat.

Separately, Biden said he wishes that President Trump would “just be quiet” about the coronavirus.

Biden said: “I wish he would just be quiet, I really mean it. That’s an awful thing to say about a president. But be quiet. Just let the experts speak and acknowledge whatever they suggest to him is what we should be doing.”

Biden then politicized the coronavirus to smear Trump by saying the President is politicizing the virus.

Biden said: “He turns everything into what he thinks is a political benefit for himself, and he’s actually imploding in the process. But there’s a lot of innocent bystanders being badly hurt.”

So if a sitting president should “be quiet” about the coronavirus, then Joe must think former president Barack Obama should also “be quiet” too, right?

Last week, Obama received widespread praise on Twitter for urging the public to wash their hands and “stay calm.” It’s the same advice that President Trump was ridiculed for tweeting.

Meanwhile, neither Biden nor Obama are in any position to criticize a presidential administration for its handling of a public-health crisis.

In 2009, Obama waited for six months after the swine flu (H1N1 virus) had killed more than 1,000 people and infected millions of Americans before taking proactive measures to counteract it.

In contrast to the media’s vicious attacks criticizing Trump’s calm handling of the coronavirus, the Left and their media minions said nothing about Obama’s deadly inaction.

Trump camp rips Twitter for labeling video of slurring Joe Biden ‘manipulated’


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