On Wednesday night, Joe Biden finally got to deliver one of his own – a speech that looked back on the president’s accomplishments and pitched ahead to his future agenda. However, Joe Biden’s cognizance and sanity make a lot of people wonder.
The speech looked different than in years past, with COVID-19 keeping the audience confined and putting a larger emphasis on the television audience at home – likely Biden’s biggest audience of the year outside of his inauguration.
His speech yesterday made it clear that, like any other mediocre actor, he is completely dependent on teleprompters to deliver his lines. And even then, Sleepy Joe is so tired he frequently drops syllables and words as he trails off during his sentences. Then, when he perks up again, he often becomes more emphatic in his unintelligible statements. One such emphatically unintelligible moment came when Biden declared: “Now we’re on Mars discovering vaccines gave us the Internet and so much more!”
We aren’t exactly sure how to properly punctuate this bumbled declaration. Are we on Mars discovering vaccines? Did discovering vaccines give us the Internet? When did vaccines get discovered, exactly? Were they hiding somewhere? Weren’t they invented centuries ago?
Does Biden bother to comprehend what his handlers are telling him to say, or is half his brain on autopilot while the other half takes a nap during events like this?
Here is the exact moment at around the 42-minute mark of the C-SPAN coverage.
Watch it here: C-SPAN/Youtube