Yesterday we learned that Joe Biden is being treated for Alzheimer’s, which would certainly explain the increasingly frequent public displays of his dementia. In an effort to allay peoples’ fears that the illegitimate president has rotting giblets for brains, Biden went on MSNBC for a softball interview in which he claimed the U.S. fought a war in 1960.
MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace opened the interview by mentioning all the thing in the headlines, but omitted the growing scandal involving Biden’s crackhead son Hunter and, spoiler alert, would not ask Joe anything about it.
Instead, Wallace wanted to focus on the Supreme Court decision that ruled Affirmative Action is unconstitutional. Wallace couldn’t understand why it’s wrong to give preferential treatment based on race and Joe agreed that the SCOTUS is “not normal. Biden then explained things in one of his signature incoherent rants:
“This administration, th th zis court has gone beyond that and uh and uh I just find it uh, I don’t know how to express it, find it so out of sorts with the basic value system American people. And I think across the board the vast majority of the American people don’t agree with the lot of decisions this court’s making,” said Biden.
A vast majority of Americans think racism and baby killing are part of our basic values? Maybe in the democratic party, but not in the rest of the country.
Joe then went completely off the rails when Wallace said that the SCOTUS ruling on the Constitutionality of things was “anti-democratic.”
“The Constitution says, ‘We hold these truths to be self-ev all men and women are created equal endow by their creator,’” claimed Biden.
The Constitution most certainly doesn’t say that. Even the Declaration of Independent doesn’t say that. That’s a Joe Biden original.
Biden then capped off this insanity with an incredible piece of history revision.
“The idea that there’s no rye to privacy in the Constitution, giving states power that we fought a war over in 1960,” said Biden.
What war did the United States fight in 1960? The Korean War was over in 1953 and the U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War wouldn’t start until 1965. Maybe Biden was just off by a century and was talking about the Civil War but that was in 1861.
True to form, Wallace did not challenge Biden on his Constitutional misquote or his false allegations of war in 1960.
Biden then further confused the dates when he claimed he made his “Anti-MAGA” hate speech in 2020 when he was running for president. In fact, that Hitler-esque speech was made last year.
Finally, because Joe can’t do anything without making it weird, he just got up and started wandering around the studio:
The purpose of the softball interview is to score a bunch of points without being challenged. When Biden does these, and it’s the only kind of interview he does, he manages to make a complete ass out of himself. Some of that comes from the fact that he’s an unremarkable person, but mostly it’s the dementia.