SAVAGE: Biden’s Latest Gaffe About What Decade MLK And RFK Were Assassinated Was Shown No Mercy

Written by Wes Walker on August 21, 2019

Maybe he should change his campaign slogan to ‘enjoy the decline’.

And do we need to start asking questions about how the Power of Attorney would extend to Executive Orders? It’s getting bad out there.

2020 Democratic front-runner Joe Biden mistakenly said during a Tuesday speech that the assassinations of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. happened “in the late ’70s.”

Comparing present times with how things were when he was young, Biden said, “Just like in my generation, when I got out of school, when Bobby Kennedy and Dr. King had been assassinated in the ’70s, the late ’70s when I got engaged.” Kennedy and King were murdered within months of each other in 1968.

Biden then seemingly reverted back to the correct decade, referencing the cultural trends that roiled the country in the 1960s. He married his first wife, Neilia Hunter, in 1966.
Source: Washington Examiner

Then he ‘threatens’ President Trump:

That’s some big talk, Joe. Are you so sure you can back it up? Better men than you have tried.

If we seem underwhelmed, let’s just say we’ve been around long enough to know that ‘the empty truck makes the most noise’.

What’s social media saying about your LATEST in a LONG line of screw-ups?

This one seems ‘gracious’ to Sleepy Joe, but it’s positively LETHAL.

Old AND losing it. It’s a two-fer!

The follow-up response was pretty solid, too.

Old, irrelevant AND losing it. That’s a pretty strong start.


Even friendly fire from the Left:

(Although calling Trump ‘senile’ is a tough claim to make, especially after his very thorough medical exam.)

Here’s another Canadian mocking him (the first guy was from Ottawa), and showing support for Trump: