Many people have questioned Joe Biden’s competency as president. His mental gaffes and confusion have everyone worried.
And the White House doesn’t want you to see this stunning video of Joe Biden losing his mind.
Joe Biden became the first sitting president to turn 80 years old just last month.
With such a historic milestone being passed, conservatives raised fresh concerns over the President’s mental sharpness.
And calls for him to undergo a mental exam are only increasing after Joe Biden embarrassed himself on national television.
At an event honoring Kennedy Center Honorees at the White House, Joe Biden fumbled through a speech and even forgot which century he’s living in.
During his speech, President Biden mentioned one of the candidates, singer Gladys Knight, recalling a concert she gave in Delaware.
“She’s performed on the biggest stages, but a point of personal privilege, I think her performance in 1919 at the 100th anniversary of the Delaware State Fair was pretty special,” Biden said, without correcting himself.
Both Biden and Knight were not even born in 1919, therefore the president was most likely referring to a Gladys Knight concert in Delaware in 2019.
“Down at the fair, they speak like y’all do down in Atlanta, you know what I mean?” Biden continued with a Southern drawl.
Biden also incorrectly referred to Knight as the “Express of Soul,” when he should have said “Empress of Soul.”
“I speak for all of America when I say, ‘We’d rather live in your world than be without you in ours,’” he said to Knight, as the audience applauded.
“I told her I think I have about every one of her songs on my phone,” he added, “Because I remember them. She was only 12 when she was making them.”
Biden similarly struggled while paying tribute to Cuban-born singer Tania Leon, referring to her as “Tiana” throughout his speech.
Other honorees included actor George Clooney, whom Biden jokingly referred to as “Amal Clooney’s husband” and attempted to flatter Clooney’s mother by saying she “looks more like his sister.”
The president also praised Bono and the members of U2, comparing them to his favorite Irish poets.
“At a moment when there’s too much hate, too much anger, too much division here in America and, quite frankly, around the world, we have to remember today, as their song goes, ‘We’re one, but we’re not the same. We get to carry each other,’” he said.
Biden’s latest gaffe comes after on the heels of a recent flub he made in September where he asked a crowd “where’s Jackie,” asking where Rep. Jackie Walorksi (R-Ind) was.
The problem? She had been dead for over a month and he had even released a statement mourning her passing.
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