President Biden has been stumbling through the first month of his presidency, averaging nearly a gaffe per workday, as the nation watches him dodge questions on his possession of classified documents.
The liberal media is quick to write off these blunders as harmless mistakes, but for patriotic Republicans, these gaffes are a concerning pattern, According to Fox News.
At a recent joint event with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Biden told reporters, “I want the record to show I don’t know what questions I didn’t answer.” This confusion was evident throughout January, as Biden appeared to forget the name of Martin Luther King III’s wife and struggled to remember the name of the Secretary of Defense.
Despite these troubling signs, Biden continues to push forward on his progressive agenda, focusing on border security, Ukraine, the January 6th riot, and infrastructure.
But even these speeches have been marred by continued gaffes, such as his incorrect calculation of the amount of fentanyl it would take to kill 1,000 people in the country.
At a speech on the border with Vice President Kamala Harris, Biden struggled to keep up with his own thoughts, asking, “I’m following with great… uhh… How do I say it?” Harris had to step in to help him finish the sentence.
For Republicans, these gaffes are more than just embarrassing moments, they are a sign of a President who is not fit to lead. They raise serious questions about Biden’s ability to make sound decisions, both domestically and internationally. It’s time for the liberal media to stop making excuses for the President’s behavior and start holding him accountable for his actions.
In the end, it’s not just about the gaffes, it’s about the well-being and safety of our great nation. Republicans must stand together and fight for the principles and values that make America great, and that starts with demanding accountability from those in power.
As we paraphrase the phrase from Biden’s old neighborhood, the rest of the world is not a patch on our jeans. If we want to do what’s best for America, we need to hold our leaders accountable and demand better.